dennet

dennet

(ˈdɛnɪt)
n
a one-horse, two-wheeled light carriage, fashionable in the 19th century
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Have you not heard, Father Dennet,'' quoth one boor to another advanced in years, ``that the devil has carried away bodily the great Saxon Thane, Athelstane of Coningsburgh?
An please your reverence,'' said Dennet, ``a drunken priest came to visit the Sacristan at Saint Edmund's ''
Well, then,'' answered Father Dennet, ``a holy brother came to visit the Sacristan at Saint Edmund's a sort of hedge-priest is the visitor, and kills half the deer that are stolen in the forest, who loves the tinkling of a pint-pot better than the sacring-bell, and deems a flitch of bacon worth ten of his breviary; for the rest, a good fellow and a merry, who will flourish a quarter-staff, draw a bow, and dance a Cheshire round, with e'er a man in Yorkshire.
That last part of thy speech, Dennet,'' said the Minstrel, ``has saved thee a rib or twain.
Nay, then, e'en tell the story yourself, my masters,'' said Dennet, turning sulky at these repeated contradictions; and it was with some difficulty that the boor could be prevailed on, by the request of his comrade and the Minstrel, to renew his tale.
Miranda Gorman, 37, of Dennet Road, Prescot: four-month suspended prison sentence.
See Walter Isaacson, Benjamin Franklin: An American Life (New York, New York; London, United Kingdom; Toronto, Ontario; Sydney, Australia; and Singapore, Malaysia: Simon & Schuster, 2003), 313; Jared Sparks, The Life of Benjamin Franklin; Containing The Autobiography, With Notes and a Continuation (Boston, Massachusetts: Tappan and Dennet, 1844), 408.
See Charlotte Smith, Elegiac Sonnets and Other Essays, 2nd edition (Chichester: Dennet Jaques, 1784), Eighteenth Century Collections Online, accessed 24 July 2012.
Daniel Dennet, an eminent cognitive scientist and philosopher of the mind, is perhaps best known for his accounts over the years of the role of deception as an important dimension of intentionality in animal and human behavior.
Esthwaite is still the Mecca for pike fans where Andrew Dennet, fishing lures from the boats with an Esthwaite guide, took a fine-conditioned specimen of 25 lb.
Our research is related to an emerging, and potentially very important, literature on labor economics investigating whether reduced mobility among homeowners is impairing adjustment in the labor market that might prevent the unemployment rate from falling as much as it would otherwise (see, for example, Aaronson and Davis [2011], Bricker and Bucks [2011], Donovan and Schnure [2011], Modestino and Dennet [2012], Molloy, Smith, and Woznak [2011], and Valletta [2010]).
Dennet Oregon, a Wounded Warrior from the Afghanistan War, and U.