The word 'nicest,' as you used it, did not suit him; and you had better change it as soon as you can, or we shall be overpowered with Johnson and Blair
all the rest of the way.
We'll come out at Blair Park in ten minutes," one of the men announced.
But Swiftwater Bill failed to see why he should not go into Oakland by way of Blair Park, and so decided.
But I fancy there were times when she thought it rather hard that the daughter of a roving adventurer--as she considered him--like Blair
Stanley should disport herself in silk dresses, while her own daughters must go clad in gingham and muslin--for those were the days when a feminine creature got one silk dress in her lifetime, and seldom more than one.
Moist climate, coral reefs, sharks, Port Blair
, convict-barracks, Rutland Island, cottonwoods--Ah, here we are.
Turning to the right at the cemetery, they climbed the Piedmont Heights to Blair
Park and plunged into the green coolness of Jack Hayes Canyon.
went on to study at St John's College at Oxford University.
PRIME minister Tony Blair
, who celebrates his 50th birthday tomorrow, looks set to continue as a trendsetter for middle-aged people who still see themselves as young and dynamic.
First of all, the CEO has got to get him or herself mentally prepared, but then he or she has to engage the board in the search," says Blair
who has been CEO for 11 years.
Yes," said Blair
, a former inspector general, now assigned to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Resource Management as a program analyst.
Reid and Callahan were just two of the many faculty and staff members at Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism whom Blair
won over-and quickly Though Blair
transferred to Maryland as a sophomore from Liberty University, a small Christian school in Lynchburg, Virginia, he didn't pause to test the waters-hesitation be damned, he dove right in.
She made me go to summer school to keep me off the street," Blair