But before it ceased that which she had striven to do as a duty to herself she would now do as a duty to yate.
From the top of the steps yate caught a pretty glimpse of Sabbath repose.
"The fact of poverty is an unpleasantness of itself," affirmed yate, extending a hearty hand to Carol's mother.
She reserved the posting till night, after the coming of yate, who was due at dinner.
A torrent of hot blood seemed to burst from yate's frozen brain, as watershoots from the glaciers in summer.
The Irish Mr. yate gets his 'sucking pig', and very often is ungrateful to his benefactors.
In 1828 came two clergymen—yate and Brown—besides a lay catechist, Baker.
Colonel yate was perturbed by this Gorgonzolaesque phrase, and anxiously inquired to what species of cheese it referred.
Major yate fell mortally wounded, and his gallant band of Yorkshiremen ceased to exist.
"And women pet them; they'd prefer a fool who can pot rabbits and do a barn-dance to Homer himself," growled yate.