It's the last thing you young fellahs think of learnin'.
"Well," said he, at last, "we've gone and done it, young fellah my lad." (This curious phrase he pronounced as if it were all one word--"young-fellah-me-lad.") "Yes, we've taken a jump, you an' me.
There are times, young fellah, when every one of us must make a stand for human right and justice, or you never feel clean again.
The more you knew of that country, young fellah, the more you would understand that anythin' was possible--ANYTHIN'1.
Little by little the scene on the quay became more animated; sailors of various nations, merchants, ship-brokers, porters, fellahs, bustled to and fro as if the steamer were immediately expected.
The porters and fellahs rushed down the quay, and a dozen boats pushed off from the shore to go and meet the steamer.
'But don't she hate Arabs, and Turks, and Fellahs
, and people?'
grass when you get near Challenger, for this young fellah and I have a bit of a weakness for the old dear."
"You're ill, young fellah, that's what's amiss with you," said Lord John.
"Is this the fellah
who was taken when you swam for it?" he inquired, relapsing into his drawl.
Les precipitations du mois d'avril ne vont pas soulager la saison agricole ni les cultures deja installees dans les zones Bour, estiment les fellahs
En sa qualit[euro]u[c] de pr[euro]u[c]sident de lae1/4aoassociation des jeunes fellahs
, il a encourag[euro]u[c] les adh[euro]u[c]rents [euro]u planter lae1/4aoolivier pour donner un [euro]u[c]lan [euro]u un nouveau type de culture dans le Hoggar.