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The same waves wash the moles of the new-built Californian towns, but yesterday planted by the recentest race of men, and lave the faded but still gorgeous skirts of Asiatic lands, older than Abraham; while all between float milky-ways of coral isles, and low-lying, endless, unknown Archipelagoes, and impenetrable Japans.
"On'y he'll lave the panels out o' th' doors sometimes, eh, Seth?" said Wiry Ben.
"Bodderation, Adam!" exclaimed Wiry Ben; "lave a chap aloon, will'ee?
"Grow a beard on your own chin, darlint, and lave my razors alone.
Wid your good lave we'll dhrink to the Ould Rig'mint - three fingers - standin' up!" And we drank.
“Oft in the full descending flood he tries To lose the scent, and lave his burning sides.”—Thomson.
You percave the little spalpeen is summat down in the mouth, and wears his lift hand in a sling, and it's for that same thing, by yur lave, that I'm going to give you the good rason.
He thought I had been kind to him, and said to a fellow-student of mine, 'Tell the Doctor I lave him me bones, for I've nothing else in the wide world, and I'll nos be wanting 'em at all, at all, when the great pain hat kilt me entirely.' So that is how they came to be mine, and why I've kept them carefully, for, though only a poor, ignorant fellow, Mike Nolan did what he could to help others, and prove his gratitude to those who tried to help him."
"Faith, the Major's big enough to choose for himself," Sir Michael said; "he'll ask ye when he wants ye"; or else he would turn the matter off jocularly, declaring that "Dobbin was too young to keep house, and had written home to ask lave of his mamma." Nay, he went farther, and in private communications with his Major would caution and rally him, crying, "Mind your oi, Dob, my boy, them girls is bent on mischief--me Lady has just got a box of gowns from Europe, and there's a pink satin for Glorvina, which will finish ye, Dob, if it's in the power of woman or satin to move ye."
I niver DID think to see t' day that I mud lave th' owld place - but I doubt it's nigh at hand!'
MEMBERS of Blackrock Lave Net Salmon Fishermen Association took their boat and nets on dry land yesterday to publicise their protest against plans to restrict their fishery.
Lave and Taboo will be a string of 15 short films, set to music by queer songwriters and composers and directed by Condon, Barker, and 13 other gay and lesbian filmmakers, both established and emerging.