Their last names were unpronounceable
, so they were called Pavel and Peter.
While writing this book, fully a quarter of a century since, it occurred to us that the French name of this lake was too complicated, the American too commonplace, and the Indian too unpronounceable
, for either to be used familiarly in a work of fiction.
But the bow was lost upon Bruno, who had run out of the room, even while the great feat of The Unpronounceable
Monosyllable was being triumphantly performed.
It was in this park that that fellow with an unpronounceable
name made the attempt upon the Russian Czar's life last spring with a pistol.
Rose began with great spirit, and kept on gallantly for a couple of chapters, getting over the unpronounceable
names with unexpected success, she thought, for her listener did not correct her once, and lay so still she fancied he was deeply interested.
I have used the word king in describing the rulers or chiefs of the Bantoomian swarms, since the word itself is unpronounceable
in English, nor does jed or jeddak of the red Martian tongue have quite the same meaning as the Bantoomian word, which has practically the same significance as the English word queen as applied to the leader of a swarm of bees.
Have you forgotten the yellow-looking foreign woman, with the unpronounceable
Within that semblance of structure, however, and as the title of the collection suggests, is something beautiful and often dark, something unpronounceable
The phase when he changed his name in 1993 to that unpronounceable
love symbol - The Artist Formerly Known As Prince - is reprised in the centrepiece of a purple Love Symbol-shaped stage displaying eye-popping costumes and screens showing footage from his tours and TV performances, as strobe lighting rains down.
and changed his stage name to an unpronounceable
'love symbol'-and thus was referred to as 'The Artist Formerly Known As Prince.
IT says much about the pulling power of Wayne Rooney that Everton can draw a sell-out crowd against opponents not just unknown but unpronounceable
In 2010 ash clouds from an unpronounceable
volcano in Iceland brought aviation in the UK to its knees.