quop

Related to quop: quip

quop

(kwɒp)
vb (intr) , quops, quopping or quopped
English to pulsate, to throb
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hen quop Wowen: 'Iwysse, worpe as yow lykez; I schal kysse at your comaundement, as a knyzt fallez, And fire, lest he displese yow, so plede hit no more.
quop pe wyghe, 'Iwysse I wot neuer; If hit be soothe pat ze breue, pe blame is myn awen.
pou art not Gawayn,' quop pe gome, 'pat is so goud halden, bat neuer ar3ed for no here by hylle ne be vale, And now pou fles for ferde er pou fele harmez
What, is pis Arthures hous,' quop pe hapel penne, 'pat al pe rous rennes of pur3 ryalmes so mony?
At Quop, a largely Bidayuh village about 10 miles from Kuching, the cemetery next to the church has been in use by Anglicans since the 1850s.
But I also know that sanctions without outreach--condemnation without discussion--can carry forward only a crippling status quop.
Nay bisshop,' quop pat body, 'enbawmyd vvos I neuer Ne no monnes counselle my clothe has kepyd vnvvemmyd Bot pe riche kynge of reson pat rizt euer alowes And loues al pe lawes lely pat longen to trouthe.
Arriving at Kuching in late 1864, Sewell oversaw the establishment of the estate between the Quop and Sarawak rivers and the felling of the thick forest there.
On the arrival of the new Headmaster, he was transferred in November 1939 to Quop as priest in charge of the Bidayuh district, with responsibility also for the Iban houses in the Merdang and Entingan area.
He could find humor, as he did often, in the human condition, demonstrated in these words from his report to the Borneo Mission Association for 1940, recording a sudden and violent tropical storm which rocked the wooden structure of the church at Mambong, near Quop, during evensong.
The second album, containing 49 photographs, is labeled "1939-40--Kuching, Quop, Bintulu, Anap.
The late Dato Sri William Nais was born on February 2, 1912 at Kampung Quop, Kuching.