Paget finally had been struck in his right leg by a cannon shot.
Paget, like the French, found not one single shred of evidence to support any of them.
He had joined local firefighters in saving the Paget portrait.
Mr. Paget drew back the curtain which stood before it, slipped the bolts, and opened it.
The first important step was to readmit Paget to the council.
I hear say that Mr. Paget is very bad—gone in the head you know.
Never once did he suspect that they were the hirelings of Squire Paget.
If it was really that Paget boy, he ought to have a whip across his back!
One Paget, a Huguenot, took up the word in support of Beaujeu.
Mr Paget observed that the boat had rapidly dropped a long way to leeward.
Paget Pag·et (pāj'ĭt), Sir James. 1814-1899.
British surgeon and pathologist who discovered (1834) the parasitic worm that causes trichinosis, described (1874) Paget's disease of the breast, and identified (1877) osteitis deformans.