Nay, more, I consider it as the only form of building in which happiness is attainable, and were I rich enough I would instantly pull Combe down, and build it up again in the exact plan of this cottage.
Then, and then only, under such a roof, I might perhaps be as happy at Combe as I have been at Barton.
And then he woke again to his detested fate, and found himself sitting, humped together, in a windy combe
of quarry refuse - darkness thick about him, thin flakes of snow flying here and there like rags of paper, and the strong shuddering of his body clashing his teeth like a hiccough.
Going to the south-westward towards the rising country that is now called Combe
Wood, I observed far off, in the direction of nineteenth-century Banstead, a vast green structure, different in character from any I had hitherto seen.
From here they ascended the great ridge of the hills up the valley Combe
, the projecting shoulder of the Downs covering their march from the town.
, "of an Irish porter to a warehouse, who forgot, when sober, what he had done when drunk; but, being drunk, again recollected the transactions of his former state of intoxication.
5 hectares) of gardens and woodland, Combe
Grove Manor Hotel also provides tennis courts, a 21 bay golf driving range and outdoor pool.
brought a new word into Scottish football's vocabulary this week when he was "de-registered" in order to free up space for a possible new signing able to play against Inverness in the semi-final at Easter Road tomorrow.
From the first of January 2011, Combe
Boutaud de la Combe
, a French national, has extensive experience in the world of public information, according to an STL statement.
Boutaud de la Combe
is the co-author of two books, "Lettres de loin en loin", published in 2008, and "Haiti parmi les vivants", published in 2010.
Incorporated served as financial advisor and Sullivan & Cromwell LLP served as legal advisor to Combe
in connection with these transactions.