Then his round eyes rolled to the large white lettering on the window above his head, and then strayed to the next table, at which sat only a navvy
with beer and cheese, and a young girl with red hair and a glass of milk.
Equally right or wrong is he who says that Napoleon went to Moscow because he wanted to, and perished because Alexander desired his destruction, and he who says that an undermined hill weighing a million tons fell because the last navvy
struck it for the last time with his mattock.
He stood there, in Norfolk jacket, pigskin puttees, and all the rest of the fashionable get-up out of a bandbox, sneering at me covered with filth and grease to the eyebrows and looking like a navvy
Up stepped Robert Metcalf, a navvy
on the sight with his magnifying glass to light the flame from the sun, and the locomotion was ready for this first historic journey.
This is especially if the individual with this rare cancer is a US Navy Veteran, who worked in the engine room, in the machine shop on board a US Navy ship, or as part of a maintenance crew left onboard their ship for an overhaul, or retrofit at a US Navvy
A one-V navy, sea patrol, A two-V navvy
, British prole, But I'll bet you have too much savvy to claim you saw a three-V navvvy.
AFIRST World War battle bus and an 1918 Erie steam navvy
are some of the classic vehicles on show at Beamish's Great North Steam Fair.
However, they were more commonly referred to as 'navigators' which was shortened to navvy
which has become synonymous with a negative image.
Tenders are invited for Equipment Rental Navvy
The centre spread of Lot-o'-Fun had 40 pictures plus a couple of hundred words and across those pages marched drunks and tramps and surprising characters like Wotto the War Artist and Ned the Navvy
He worked as a navvy
, he taught in schools, and lectured as a university extension lecturer.
If a middleaged woman swears like a navvy
at him he will know he is emulating student behaviour to perfection.