Director J. Kevin swain said he met Cornelius in 1988, when swain was a production coordinator on the Soul Train Music Awards.
The courts ruled against our final appeals late on the night of Nov. 7, around 26 hours before swain was put to death.
After two hearings in New York last week that were at times comic, Judge swain fashioned a compromise.
While he was inside, Ms. Nixon returned home, and swain killed her.
The unusual procedure by swain of reviewing documents "ex parte" amounted to the judge going an extra mile to be fair.
And he told swain in detail of the events which had followed.
A swain touched then his lute, or whatever you may call it, to his Dulcinea.
swain and Sewell, for using cocculus india, Guinea-opium, &c. 200l.
Her own swain was waiting for her, but not for that would she abjure the quest.
Lawrence Colquhoun resembled that swain, and his fate was not unlike the classical punishment.
mid-12c., "young man attendant upon a knight," from Old Norse sveinn "boy, servant, attendant," from Proto-Germanic *swainaz "attendant, servant," properly "one's own (man)," from PIE *swoi-no-, from root *swe- "oneself, alone, apart" (see idiom). Cognate with Old English swan "shepherd, swineherd," Old Saxon swen, Old High German swein. Meaning "country or farm laborer" is from 1570s; that of "lover, wooer" (in pastoral poetry) is from 1580s.