As Selah talks to mora, the two embark on a kind of intertextual journey.
He won such favor from the sultan that he was put in command of 5000 men, but abandoned the Turks in the battle of mora'va .
Such is the tale of the destruction of the Lacedaemonian mora.
But Maud, did you learn the reason of Mr. Ess—that is mora's folks—well—why they came up yesterday?
After tea Mrs. mora insisted on Olive's retiring for the night.
Was it not enough that at such a moment a man like mora had given him a thought?
"I must have it at any price," says the Nabob, hooked by the name of mora.
Together they visited a wine shop and there they drank and gambled at "mora."
One must do to mora the justice of admitting that he was no follower of the crowd.
President mora set the example, news of trouble at home hastening his flight southward.