Well then, let me tell you, brother," said Sancho, "I haven't got the 'Don,' nor has any one of my family ever had it; my name is plain Sancho Panza, and Sancho was my father's name, and Sancho was my grandfather's and they were all Panzas, without any Dons or Donas tacked
on; I suspect that in this island there are more Dons than stones; but never mind; God knows what I mean, and maybe if my government lasts four days I'll weed out these Dons that no doubt are as great a nuisance as the midges, they're so plenty.
But the wind was contrary, the sea bad; they tacked
and kept offshore.
Dantes, though almost sure as to what course the vessel would take, had yet watched it anxiously until it tacked
and stood towards him.
The partnership with Jonathan Burge was not to be thought of at present--there were things implicitly tacked
to it that he could not accept; but Adam thought that he and Seth might carry on a little business for themselves in addition to their journeyman's work, by buying a small stock of superior wood and making articles of household furniture, for which Adam had no end of contrivances.
A rear view of the stranger might have suggested the idea of a spreading vine tacked
against a garden wall.
It was rather a small place tacked
on in the manner of a lean-to to the garden side of the house.