domiciles


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On approaching old Marheyo's domicile, its inmates rushed out to receive us; and while the gifts of Mehevi were being disposed of, the superannuated warrior did the honours of his mansion with all the warmth of hospitality evinced by an English squire when he regales his friends at some fine old patrimonial mansion.
Athos closed the doors carefully, confiding the keys to Grimaud, who had chosen his domicile beneath the shed itself, which led to the cellar where the casks had been deposited.
If you can prove that his grapnel removed any portion of your roof, you had better rest your case on decoverture of domicile (see Parkins v.
And somehow the splendid common domicile, familiar, domestic, and resonant, also resembles a theater, with actors clicking over bridges and, in straggling processions, tripping along fondamentas.
One evening Tess and Clare were obliged to sit indoors keeping house, all the other occupants of the domicile being away.
The tree was hollow to an extent of about fifty feet in diameter, and from its flat, hard floor I judged that it had often been used to domicile others before our occupancy.
And then the dismal monotonous walk recommenced, until, exhausted, he regained the chamber and his bed, his domicile by choice.
The travelers were cordially welcomed to this quaint domicile and invited to pass the night there, which they had planned to do.
Fully equipped, except for a blanket, I followed Chal-az from his domicile into the dark and deserted alleys of Kro-lu.
ologies and 'isms, as well as lighter subjects, with Anne, in the becushioned parlor of that domicile.
I don't believe you like my little domicile," he remarked, as they started off homeward.
Sedley, had his domicile, and in this asylum the good old gentleman hid his head with his wife and daughter when the crash came.