In 1871 a group of 32 burly Victorians met at the Pall Mall restaurant on cockspur Street and started the Rugby Football Union.
On arriving in cockspur Street, Hamar's temper underwent a still further trial.
It was on cockspur Island, which is a mile long by half a mile wide, and commanded all the channels leading up to the harbor.
The gas-burner first employed by Murdock received the name "cockspur" from the shape of the flame.
The many species of cockspur thorns are multiplied by numerous varieties.
The cockspur thorn is a small, handsome tree, fifteen to twenty feet high, with stiff branches in a broad round head.
The shape and general appearance of this tube has procured it, among the workmen, the name of the cockspur burner.
He hurried back to cockspur Street and going into the laboratory, threw himself into a chair and—thought.
From the cockspur and single jet burners the gas ascended in streams, Superiority of the batswing over the cockspur burner.
And then, in excellent spirits, he repaired to cockspur Street.