First, there was Lloyd Inwood, tall, slender, and finely knit, nervous and dark.
Paul and Lloyd seemed born to rivalry with each other, and I to be peacemaker between them.
If Paul memorized one canto of "Marmion," Lloyd memorized two cantos, Paul came back with three, and Lloyd again with four, till each knew the whole poem by heart.
Lloyd Inwood, entering at the same time, elected to take the same course.
Lloyd met her first, but within twenty-four hours Paul saw to it that he also made her acquaintance.
In the evening Captain Lloyd, the Surveyor-general, so well known from his examination of the Isthmus of Panama, invited Mr.
Captain Lloyd took us to the Riviere Noire, which is several miles to the southward, that I might examine some rocks of elevated coral.
Billy Murphy, and Joe Lloyd
, and all the survivors of the old guard, got around me and their arms around me.
Professor Lloyd Morgan gives the following definition of "instinctive behaviour":
Though this can only be decided by comparison with other members of the species, and thus exposes us to the need of comparison which we thought an objection to Professor Lloyd Morgan's definition.
Arrange to leave Waterloo by North German Lloyd special," he wired, "9.
I do not ask to set foot aboard a finer steamship than the Uhlan of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, to meet a kindlier gentleman than her commander, or better fellows than his officers.