And all of a sudden he saw them fly out to where a boat was coming from duras with seaweed.
Dr. duras, the physician who attended my noble Andrea in his illness!
The flagship was an old Indiaman named the duras, purchased by the French government and fitted up for the occasion.
We took passage on the duras with Mr. Walker one morning soon after our arrival.
On the death of his father-in-law (16th of April 1677), duras succeeded to his titles under a special remainder.
At Fiddoon that strip of land between Tyrone and duras something appears and cries for a month before any one dies.
It was a perfect garden, and duras received orders to reduce it to a wilderness.
He appeared weary of the ftes which were given, and especially with the deadly-lively company of the two duras.
There is a monster of some sort down by duras, it's called the ghost of Fiddeen.
The Duchesse de duras resigned her place of lady of the bedchamber, not choosing to lose her right to the tabouret at Court.
dura du·ra (dur'ə, dyur'ə)
See dura mater.
the circle, the plain near Babylon in which Nebuchadnezzar set up a golden image, mentioned in Dan. 3:1. The place still retains its ancient name. On one of its many mounds the pedestal of what must have been a colossal statue has been found. It has been supposed to be that of the golden image.