The amount and frequency of likin taxation are fixed by provincial legislation—that is, by a proclamation of the governor.
Sure I'll bet it's himself would be likin' a taste of the same.
And so you've been meetin' and have come to believe—you have, anyway—that 'twas somethin' more than likin'.
Wal, every man, an' woman too, to her own likin'; I'd as lief be here.
I wasn't sorry about not likin' Sunday School or anything—only it just seemed that I had never done anything, or learned anything.
likin' things an' havin' 'em is as different as chalk an' cheese.
Well, she'd a likin' for the little 'un, and she swoore she shouldn't be sold.
Now a man may have a likin' to a hundred things in which he don't deal.
Let me get to likin' a goil, and there ain't nothin' I won't do for her.
Bein' on a holiday here he tasted it, an' likin' the taste he kep' on.