With this permission Sancho settled himself as comfortably as he could on his beast, and taking out of the alforjas what he had stowed away in them, he jogged along behind his master munching deliberately, and from time to time taking a pull at the bota with a relish that the thirstiest tapster
in Malaga might have envied; and while he went on in this way, gulping down draught after draught, he never gave a thought to any of the promises his master had made him, nor did he rate it as hardship but rather as recreation going in quest of adventures, however dangerous they might be.
This latter personage took upon himself the office of tapster
when the punch was ready, and after dispensing it all round, led the conversation to the antiquities of York, with which both he and the grey-haired gentleman appeared to be well acquainted.
The six-year-old has scored four times at the quirky Sussex venue and cosily landed the Tapster
on this day a year ago.
Mount Logan (Andrea Atzeni, yellow silks) sees off Sweeping Up (right) in the Tapster
Stakes at Goodwood.
Boasting a record of two successes from two visits to Goodwood, MOUNT LOGAN should get off to a winning start for Roger Varian by beating five rivals for the Listed Tapster
The Palm-Wine Drinkard and his Dead Palm-Wine Tapster
in the Deads' Town.
Does the Tapster
accompany Sly to learn from an adept who 'know[s] now how to tame a shrew' (16), or to protect the gullible tinker from the humiliation (or worse) that may result from failing in the attempt?
182) Less common today than the others, Malster (female malt maker), (183) Tapster
(female ale seller), (184) and Folster (from fullestre, the feminine form of fuller, one who treated raw cloth) (185) are feminine forms which have also survived.
In one instance Eyre orders die Boy to "bid the tapster
of the Boar's Head fill me a dozen cans of beer for my journeymen" (7.
Movie lovers can relish their own personal, traditional-looking cinema - complete with drinks bar - at Tapster
House in Lapworth Street, in the village of Lapworth.
The days of Boston acting as benevolent tapster
, deciding exactly how much alcohol may flow in this town or that city, may soon be over.
The Father of gods' resolution defying all odds to fetch his palm-wine tapster
in Tutuola's The Palm-wine Drinkard (TUTUOLA, 1963) is a case found in the second mimetic mode, where the hero, as a superman aided by charms or charmed instruments, commences a long journey to the Deads' town.