said Tom, who had often thought he should like to resemble Sir John Crake.
Oh, well, I can do that, then," said Tom, not with any epigrammatic intention, but with serious satisfaction at the idea that, as far as Latin was concerned, there was no hindrance to his resembling Sir John Crake.
The Mystery Writers of America Cookbook packs in over a hundred recipes from mystery authors, and lends an element of investigate mystery into the finer art of cooking, whether you're planning a sinister dinner party or looking at the unlikely idea of crab crakes
that comes from a Chinese-Korean American who writes historical mysteries.
Channels (as per iss/226/62-(42-s) ismc 100 (size 100 x 50) note: material should be new, free from rusts, scales, blisters, crakes
, laminations or other defects.
, gallinules, and coots (Rallidae) are a nearly cosmopolitan group of marsh- and swamp-inhabiting birds.
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The little river Wellbrook, the ditches and ponds, the crakes
and snipe and herons, the elms and mulberry trees, Paul Pindar's deer park, the inmates of Bedlam and the starving paupers of Angel Alley, Peter Street, Sweet Apple Court, and Swan Yard had all gone, and gone now too are the millions and millions of people who passed through Broadgate and Liverpool Str eet stations day in, day out, for an entire century.
RARE spotted crakes
- relatives of the moorhen and coot - have been seen in Somerset, Dorset and Cheshire on their way to Africa from their breeding grounds in the marshes of Europe.
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