But avast, he added, tapping his forehead, you haint
no objections to sharing a harpooneer's blanket, have ye?
The Lambels have been gradually finishing and improving the porch ever since, adding gutters the first summer and then recently painting its ceiling "haint
blue." But everything else is white.
Yn yr ail bennod: gyda'r haint
wedi clirio a dal yn simsanu ar ol cyfaddefiad Emyr, mae Carys yn dianc i Ogledd Cymru i gwrs ysgrifennu Tudur George.
According to Southern traditions, painting porches, doors and windows with haint
blue can fool ghosts into thinking you are surrounded by water.
Say yes I'll be here when the mornin' comes Be right here and I ain't gonna run I bought this house now you know I'm boss Ain't no haint
gonna run me off.
been livin right, an de ol ones comes back to tell we.
Indeed, the biggest and most important Jewish newspaper in prewar Poland was Haint
: it was Zionist and also appeared in Yiddish.
They use the term "Alabama ghost music" - a haint
is a spectre/ghost - to describe what the instrument-swapping members produce, delving into some lost traditions to excavate old songs which are begging for revitalisation.
Eventually, the airwaves splashed the inevitable--that Boris Karloff imitator working in his 'lab late one night" or the good old boy who "ain't gonna let no haint
" run him off.
An interesting tradition in the Old South recommends painting porch ceilings and window frames with a particular shade of light blue, called "haint
blue," to discourage nest building.
binding him & it is miserable & mighty.
He is as emotional as ever, a characteristic that Chloe connects with his tangibility, his reality: "Don't seem like a haint
or a dream would be fainting and crying much as you do" (336).