This creep Hal is hot for me and this is the last place anybody would look.
Betty looked as if a night with Hal-the-creep might have been a better choice.
At Nasrieh the Shattel-Hal, at one time the bed of the Tigris, and still navigable during the greater part of the year, joins the Euphrates.
Akrish, Kol Mebasser (Constantinople, 1577), and often reprinted in editions of Jehuda hal-Levv's Kuzari.
Yet so far was Wellington from divining Napoleon's object that he stationed 17,000 men (including Colville's British division) at Hal and Tubize, 8 m.
The Porte de Hal is the only one of the eight gates in the old wall left standing.
It is derived from hal, hale, whole, and cognate with "health."
The principal mountain in the latter, Hal-la-san (or Mount Auckland), according to Chinese stories, was in eruption in the year 1007.
HAL, a town of Brabant, Belgium, about 9 m.