I imagine that took a chunk out of his savings.
Brady held up the chunk of steel.
Mauch Chunk cluding the Bur- 4.
The Mauch Chunk series (shale and sandstone) is now believed to be largely of terrestrial origin.
Paulette Dawkins was a short but massive chunk of good living who didn't know how to dress.
Dan entered their command tent and threw down a chunk of blackened metal.
Mauch Chunk is served by the Central of New Jersey railway and, at East Mauch Chunk, across the river, connected by electric railway, by the Lehigh Valley railway.
Dusty shouted as a chunk of stone crushed a stainless steel cabinet.
South east of Mauch Chunk, where coal is mined and silk and stoves are manufactured, and which had a population in 1890 of 2959, and in 1900 of 4629.
Her knee hit the solid chunk of wood with a nauseating thump.
The first railway in the state was that built in 1827 by the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Company from Mauch Chunk to its mines, 9 m.
Carmen grabbed a chunk of wood from the box and jerked the stove door open.
Besides, the clinic and the house took a chunk out of my savings.
He knew Tim to be wealthy, but he could fit a good chunk of his militia in the house alone.
His muscular back glistened with perspiration as he swung the ax, expertly splitting a chunk of wood.
Tamaqua is served by the Central railroad of New Jersey, by the Philadelphia and Reading railway and by an electric line connecting with Mauch Chunk, Pottsville, and other places.
It now has ironworks and foundries, and in East Mauch Chunk there are silk mills.
Mauch Chunk was for many years the home of Asa Packer, the projector and builder of the Lehigh Valley railroad from Mauch Chunk to Easton.
MAUCH CHUNK, a borough and the county-seat of Carbon county, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., on the W.
The borough lies in the valley of the Lehigh river, along which runs one of its few streets and in another deeply cut valley at right angles to the river; through this second valley east and west runs the main street, on which is an electric railway; parallel to it on the south is High Street, formerly an Irish settlement; half way up the steep hill, and on the north at the top of the opposite hill is the ward of Upper Mauch Chunk, reached by the electric railway.
Immediately above Mauch Chunk the river forms a horseshoe; on the opposite side, connected by a bridge, is the borough of East Mauch Chunk (pop. 1890, 2772; 1900, 345 8); and 2 m.
The principal buildings in Mauch Chunk are the county court house, a county gaol, a Young Men's Christian Association building, and the Dimmick Memorial Library (1890).