steale

steale

(stiːl)
n
a handle
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All such sleight sylly things as I might steale Witt, that thou threwst away at every meale (When first I knew thee), with good husbandrie, Able to serve us till the day we die.
Byline: CALUM STEALE COMMENT Scottish Police Federation
Contractor name : STEaLE HOLDAHL MASKIN OG TRANSPORT AS
they can suddenly cause be brought vnto them, all kindes of daintie dishes, by their familiar spirit: Since as a thiefe he delightes to steale, and as a spi|rite, he can subtillie & suddenlie inough transport the same.
For Arthur, in this state "[...] every sence the humor sweet embayd, / And slombering soft my hart did steale away" (FQ 1.9.13, my italics).
For an English-mans suit is like a traitors bodie that hath beene hanged, drawne, and quartered, and is set up in severall places [...] And thus we that mocke everie Nation, for keeping one fashion, yet steale patches for everie one of them, to peece out our pride, are now laughing stocks to them, because their cut so scurvily becomes us.
Written by E.L James, it chronicles the unbridled sexual rendezvous between a young woman, Anastasia Steale, and a gorgeous billionaire, Christian Grey.
Lisa O''Neill Street Dance classes at the Cardiff International Pool - led by Kimberley Steale, Street Dance Instructor Patrick Olner [umlaut]
(23) In a later pamphlet, An Arrant Thiefe (1622), Taylor further reinforces the distinction between his modest literary pursuits and those of learned poets he mockingly describes as "Pot poets, that have skill to steale translations, / And (into English) filch strange tongues and nations" (119).
Some others were practising to steale the heade away, the which beeing espyed by the executioner, hee gaue notice of the matter to the Sheryues of Dublyne.
Mistress Page's speech in Q wherein she plots to wed Caius to Anne is half the length of its correspondent in F, and the Doctor's wealth and powerful court connections are never mentioned: And in that Maske lie make the Doctor steale my daughter An, & ere my husband knowes it, to carrie her to Church, and marrie her.