I says look at my hat -- if you call it a hat -- but the lid raises
up and the rest of it goes down till it's below my chin, and then it ain't rightly a hat at all, but more like my head was shoved up through a jint o' stove- pipe.
Pennsylvania, nevertheless, in a time of profound peace, from the existence of partial disorders in one or two of her counties, has resolved to raise
a body of troops; and in all probability will keep them up as long as there is any appearance of danger to the public peace.
said D'Artagnan, "will he pretend to raise
Meanwhile, the young girl was waiting to be spoken to, in such emotion that she dared not raise
It is the purpose of the Mahars thus to raise
a force of our own kind to combat the growth and menace of the new empire of which I have come to seek information.
Presently they found it, and it was the work of but a moment to raise
it to the sill of the low window, so that soon the twenty stood beside their chief within the walls of Leybourn.
Van Baerle, therefore, had devised a contrivance, a sort of pulley, by means of which he was able to lower or to raise
his jug below the ledge of tiles and stone before his window.
Me for that same lady," accompanied MacDonald's markers for two thousand and for an additional thousand-dollar raise
No more shall valor raise
thy love to match the blood of kings.
They had to raise
enormous stones, massive pieces of wrought iron, heavy corner-clamps and huge portions of cylinder, with an object-glass weighing nearly 30,000 pounds, above the line of perpetual snow for more than 10,000 feet in height, after crossing desert prairies, impenetrable forests, fearful rapids, far from all centers of population, and in the midst of savage regions, in which every detail of life becomes an almost insoluble problem.
large beds of the same hybrids, and such alone are fairly treated, for by insect agency the several individuals of the same hybrid variety are allowed to freely cross with each other, and the injurious influence of close interbreeding is thus prevented.
One farmer said that it was "good for nothing but to raise
cheeping squirrels on.