D E I D R E Speechless, she traced her fingers down the letters then looked into his eyes.
It's cool here at Bird Song and I need a little R and R. Great food, he added as he stuffed two rolls in his pocket.
He needed a little mind-clearing R and R. Bird Song showed no damage from a day of substitute management.
Bird Song remained nearly empty during the week and half full weekends when get-away folks from Grand Junction, and sometimes even Colorado Springs or Denver, left the kiddies with grandma and snuck over the mountains for a little R and R. An occasional ice climber continued to remind the group of the receding memories of the recent tragic past.
Conway, Italic Dialects, 145, and Verner's law in Italy, p. 78, where the change of s to r is explained as probably due to the Latin conquest).
CO 2 R C02R It may also be prepared by heating the anhydride of y-methyloxyglutaric acid with concentrated sulphuric acid, and by oxidation of methyl heptenone and of geraniol.
The number (i) expressing the ratio of the two amplitudes is a function of the following quantities: - (T) the volume of the disturbing particle; (r) the distance of the point under consideration from it; (A) the wave-length; (b) the velocity of propagation of light; (D) and (D') the original and altered densities: of which the first three depend only upon space, the fourth on space and time, while the fifth and sixth introduce the consideration of mass.
It remains to find how i varies with T, r, A, b.
In the city of Corinth there once lived a wonderful musician whose name was Arion. No other person could play on the lyre or sing so sweetly as he; and the songs which he composed were famous in many lands.
When legendary journalist Edward R. Murrow interviewed Dr. Salk and asked him who owned the patent on the vaccine, Salk replied, Well, the people, I would say.
Miss Sullivan had tried to impress it upon me that "m-u-g" is mug and that "w-a-t-e-r" is water, but I persisted in confounding the two.
I knew then that "w-a-t-e-r" meant the wonderful cool something that was flowing over my hand.
I thought I would try another word; so I spelled "c-a-r-d."
As the cold water gushed forth, filling the mug, I spelled "w-a-t-e-r" in Helen's free hand.
The confusion between l and r was very noticeable in her speech at first.
Oh-o-o-o-o that I never had been bor-r-r-r-n! sighs one on this side of the pond, and circles with the restlessness of despair to some new perch on the gray oaks.
Then--that I never had been bor-r-r-r-n! echoes another on the farther side with tremulous sincerity, and--bor-r-r-r-n! comes faintly from far in the Lincoln woods.
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"A mo-o-st me-r-r-y co-o-m-pa...!" sang one of the peasants with a blissful smile.
"Hur-r-rah!" roared thousands of voices.