harry's back from Afghanistan in January, so we expect all police leave to be cancelled.
Political ads showing harry Reid on rider mower, mowing the Mall?
Sonia Sotomayor meets Tuesday with harry Reid and a bunch of other senators who look, well...a lot like him.
It seems unlikely harry will be hitting the town when he gets home either.
Note, we say the vibe: the Royalist is not suggesting harry or any of the other punters are actually using drugs.
If harry were nervous already, what would he be on Thursday evening.
Kate and harry, meanwhile, awaited their opportunity to go in and visit Aunt Jane.
Joe took the yoke-lines in his hand, and called to harry to go ahead.
"Perhaps it was the best he could do," added the more literal harry.
These matters were not concluded until months after harry left for Bombay.
Old English hergian "make war, lay waste, ravage, plunder," the word used in the "Anglo-Saxon Chronicle" for what the Vikings did to England, from Proto-Germanic verb *harohan (cf. Old Frisian urheria "lay waste, ravage, plunder," Old Norse herja "to make a raid, to plunder," Old Saxon and Old High German herion, German verheeren "to destroy, lay waste, devastate"), from *harjaz "an armed force" (cf. Old English here, Old Norse herr "crowd, great number; army, troop," Old Saxon and Old Frisian heri, Dutch heir, Old High German har, German Heer "host, army," Gothic harjis), from PIE root *koro- "war" (cf. Lithuanian karas "war, quarrel," karias "host, army;" Old Church Slavonic kara "strife;" Middle Irish cuire "troop;" Old Persian kara "host, people, army;" Greek koiranos "ruler, leader, commander"). Weakened sense of "worry, goad, harass" is from c.1400. Related: Harried; harrying.
masc. proper name, a familiar form of Henry. Weekley takes the overwhelming number of Harris and Harrison surnames as evidence that "Harry," not "Henry," was the Middle English pronunciation of Henry. Also cf. Harriet, English equivalent of French Henriette, fem. diminutive of Henri. Nautical slang Harriet Lane "preserved meat" (1896) refers to a famous murder victim whose killer allegedly chopped up her body.
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