References in classic literature ?
In his forays into the North Atlantic the East Wind behaves like a subtle and cruel adventurer without a notion of honour or fair play.
Or rather, it may be presumed, that bearing in mind the wholesale forays made upon them by their nautical visitors, they consider the property of the latter as a fair object of reprisal.
Make forays in fertile country in order to supply your army with food.
The consequence is numberless disputes and conflicts between them and the bee hunters: and often a party of the latter, returning, laden with rich spoil, from one of their forays, are apt to be waylaid by the native lords of the soil; their honey to be seized, their harness cut to pieces, and themselves left to find their way home the best way they can, happy to escape with no greater personal harm than a sound rib-roasting.
In those days I read not only all the new books, but I made many forays into the past, and came back now and then with rich spoil, though I confess that for the most part I had my trouble for my pains; and I wish now that I had given the time I spent on the English classics to contemporary literature, which I have not the least hesitation in saying I like vastly better.
This is the first-of-its-kind university campus within DIP and marks DI's foray into the education sector.
The Returned was gripping stuff from start to finish, so we have high hopes for their next French foray.
At the end of the foray, there will be a barbeque and "mushroom munch" - with wild fungi for those who want to try them.
Bhartiya Group announced the joining of Shailesh Pathak as an executive director with responsibilities for the group s foray into new ventures in city development and affordable housing as well as PPP initiatives.
For an incredible 83 years, June Foray has left a tremendous imprint on the entire entertainment industry," said Executive Producer Tiffany Ward.
India-based Aditya Birla Group is planning to inject more money into its banking foray.
The Lepiota grangei was discovered during a fungal foray walk led by fungi expert David Mitchel and wardens from Brecon Beacons National Park authority at Craig-y-nos Country Park, Penycae.