Sixty-some years later, people are still plunking themselves down in the ever-popular Eames chairs.
Surely, Mr. Eames, my word may be taken as going for something?
The one was Jowett; the other, an older, stouter man, must be Farmer Eames.
Eames, when he was half way up to London in the railway carriage, took out from his pocket a letter and read it.
Sir Evelyn took no more interest in Mrs. Eames than he did in the vicar.
He was not aware that the earl also sent a short note to Mrs. Eames.
It's not to be expected that you would know Mrs. Eames or the vicar.
The party would take its own food, but eat it, along with anything Mrs. Eames provided, in the vicarage.
Mrs. Eames was wise enough to know this, but also wise enough to pretend she did not.
"He's never looked so bright since he came," said Mr. Eames to his wife when Geoff had left the room.
1946, type of modern office chair, named for U.S. architect and designer Charles Eames (1907-1978).