Then would the tears stand in poor Hepzibah's eyes, or overflow them with a too abundant gush, so that she was fain to betake herself into some corner, lest Clifford should espy
him,'' said De Bracy; ``I see the waving of a knight's crest, and the gleam of his armour.
On the tenth day, she chanced to espy
the mouth of a cavern within which (though it was bright noon everywhere else) there would have been only a dusky twilight; but it so happened that a torch was burning there.
At least there were high dames well known to her, and wives of honored husbands, and widows, a great multitude, and ancient maidens, all of excellent repute, and fair young girls, who trembled lest their mothers should espy
We have violated law upon law until we stand amidst ruins, and when by chance we espy
a coincidence between reason and the phenomena, we are surprised.
We know there the quantity of milk our neighbour takes and espy
the joint or the fowls which are going in for his dinner.
com)-- Terry Espy
, President of Momentum group, a commercial real estate brokerage and development firm, today announced the lease of 5 South Water Street, Wilmington, NC, a 4,584 sf restaurant best known as the Water Street Restaurant and most recently Delphina Dos.
recently left the UO to become senior vice president for research at the University of Arizona.
Though all hold differing views with Clinton politically, they are unanimous in their belief that Schaffer got a bum deal and was wrongly sentenced to prison for trying to illegally influence Clinton's former agriculture secretary, Mike Espy
Jack Shepherd (television's Wycliffe) delivers a superb performance as the doubting clergyman, the Rev Lionel Espy
was convinced they were right, so he proposed to test the theory, even suggesting he be paid only if the experiment worked.
It centres on Rev Lionel Espy
, played by Jack Shepherd, whom most people will instantly recognise as TV detective Wycliffe.