They were racing toward the corner of Tompkins and myrtle avenues with Johnson at the wheel when another call came over the radio.
The two grew up in myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where she still lives.
Traffic up ahead on myrtle backed up, and Johnson began weaving in and out.
By a wide margin, he came across as the least scary, least risky, most cautious choice on the stage at myrtle Beach.
myrtle Beach Tea Party leader Joe Dugan was one of those who said his attention is elsewhere.
Many a time myrtle had puzzled herself about the mystery of the old desk.
Say, myrtle, on the dead, he spends money just like a young Jew trying to be white!
myrtle could not be expected to think how it would seem to her.
Until then she was very respectfully his friend, myrtle Musgrove.
It is wild, with heath and arbutus scrub and a sort of myrtle, breast-high.
c.1400, from Old French mirtile, from Medieval Latin myrtillus, diminutive of Latin myrtus "myrtle tree," from Greek myrtos "the myrtle, a sprig of myrtle," from same Semitic source as Greek myrrha (see myrrh).
(Isa. 41:19; Neh. 8:15; Zech. 1:8), Hebrew hadas, known in the East by the name _as_, the Myrtus communis of the botanist. "Although no myrtles are now found on the mount (of Olives), excepting in the gardens, yet they still exist in many of the glens about Jerusalem, where we have often seen its dark shining leaves and white flowers. There are many near Bethlehem and about Hebron, especially near Dewir Dan, the ancient Debir. It also sheds its fragrance on the sides of Carmel and of Tabor, and fringes the clefts of the Leontes in its course through Galilee. We meet with it all through Central Palestine" (Tristram).