And how are they to be manifested by your waiting on in dunkerque?
And then dunkerque at the moment was sparkling with attractions.
When we entered dunkerque, the priest, Kilbride, and I went to an inn upon the sea front.
A score of your friends in dunkerque could have told you that she was daft about him.
He's gaun abroad, he tells me, and settles to sit doon aboot dunkerque in France.
M. Loubet, calm and smiling, was starting for dunkerque to meet his guests.
Then with an unexpected suddenness wails the panic-stricken appealing cry of "Mournful Mary" at dunkerque docks.
It was market day there, and the barge was crowded with passengers from dunkerque.
As he stepped out into the rue de dunkerque he scarcely questioned in what direction his feet should carry him.
We were told to return to Luxeuil, whence we were to fly to dunkerque.
The scene of a remarkable, though ignominious, retreat by the British army in World War II. Dunkirk, a town on the northern coast of France, was the last refuge of the British during the fall of France, and several hundred naval and civilian vessels took the troops back to England in shifts over three days.
Note: The term Dunkirk is sometimes used to signify a desperate retreat.