His impudence still rankled when I came into the dining room at tiffin time.
So when next day at tiffin he bent his head toward me and said that he had met my late Captain last evening, adding in an undertone: "He's very sorry you left.
Indeed it is Julia Mills, peevish and fine, with a black man to carry cards and letters to her on a golden salver, and a copper-coloured woman in linen, with a bright handkerchief round her head, to serve her Tiffin
in her dressing-room.
In this romantic position Osborne and Amelia found the interesting pair, when they entered to announce that tiffin
In my agent's office, where I went to complain at once, they protested with apol ogies they couldn't understand how the mistake arose: but Schomberg when I dropped in later to get some tiffin, though surprised to see me, was perfect ly ready with an explanation.
The convinced way he surveyed the empty chairs made me feel as if I had intruded upon a tiffin of ghostly Presences.
Leaving this town directly after breakfast, we pushed forward again, over a rather worse road than yesterday, if possible, and arrived about noon at Tiffin
, where we parted with the extra.
Wesley Moyer's stallion, Tony Tip, was to race at the June meeting at Tiffin
, Ohio, and there was a rumor that he would meet the stiffest competition of his career.
It was after tiffin
, and Miss Caruthers was holding her usual court under the deck-awnings.
THE venue that was once home to Turners at 69 is set to become an Indian restaurant Tiffin
, described as "a casual down to earth eatery", opens on Harborne High Street in February.
Bruce Wayne has now trecked to his local Chipotle in Tiffin
for 428 days in counting to order at least one entrAaAaAeA@e from the restaurant menu.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Prize Articles Tiffin