References in classic literature ?
"If I make pretty handsomely on one or two next gangs," he thought, "I reckon I'll stop off this yer; it's really getting dangerous." And he took out his pocket-book, and began adding over his accounts,--a process which many gentlemen besides Mr.
What d'ye say we stop off an' go for a swim this afternoon?"
I should have liked to stop off and explore them, but the business of empire would brook no unnecessary delays.
'Then there will be 2,000 new P2P (point-to-point) buses at stop off points to enter Edsa, what's the difference P2P bus and a provincial bus?
He left Aberdeen yesterday morning and will stop off in Turriff before heading north.
And tomorrow, they'll stop off at James Cook University Hospital, where they'll give a masterclass.
And there's a Welsh date, which will see the pop star stop off in Cardiff for a night.
Love's has been serving customers in Michigan since the opening of its travel stop off Interstate 94 in Marshall, in 2005.
? YOU Me At Six, whose new album Night People is out on January 13, have announced a tie-in spring tour that will stop off at Birmingham's O2 Academy on Monday, April 10.
The band stop off in Belfast as part of an autumn tour which seen Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn stop off in Dublin last night.
Mared Ellis Roberts, who was on the hen do, said: "We were all talking about No Lamb Week, so on the way back from the hen do we decided to stop off at Tesco in Mold to support our local farmers."