References in classic literature ?
cried I) how canst thou thus undauntedly endeavour to sully the spotless reputation of such bright Excellence?
Partridge likewise shovelled in his share of calumny, and (what may surprize the reader) not only bespattered the maid, but attempted to sully the lily-white character of Sophia herself.
There are, nevertheless, three or four female heads, of an ethereal beauty-portraits in the manner of Sully.
Mary's white muslin dress suited her particularly well, and she seemed the personification of innocence and love as she sat, now bending her head, now gazing up at the very tall and handsome man who was speaking to her with particular tenderness and self-restraint, as if he feared by word or gesture to offend or sully her angelic purity.
Worthy Thane,'' he continued, addressing Cedric, ``may we pray you to name to us some Norman whose mention may least sully your mouth, and to wash down with a goblet of wine all bitterness which the sound may leave behind it?
As a matter of fact, petted as he was by his two sisters and his old aunt, he had retained from this purely feminine education mnnners that were almost candid and stamped with a charm that nothing had yet been able to sully.
You may talk of Bouguereau if you will: there is a cheerful disgustingness in the sound which excites laughter; but let us not sully our chaste lips with the names of J.
Address : Hotel De Ville, 3 Place Maurice De Sully 45600 Sully Sur Loire
Groups of scrambler bikes have been reported circling residents and damaging football pitches in Sully.
Clint Eastwood talks about his latest hit, with Tom Hanks in the title role of Sully, the airline pilot who crash landed on the Hudson river in New York.
The man in question is Chesley Sullenberger, the hero (or perhaps just protagonist) of Clint Eastwood's quietly magnificent Sully , a tale of being human in a world of algorithms.
The real Sully, who has retired and now works as a consultant and speaker, appears to approve of his fictional counterpart.