You see, she's so stout she can't borrow much from the rest of us.
"Blue Bonnet in Boston" by Caroline E. Jacobs
Ernest hesitated about this borrowing, but the boys said they could pay it back.
"Chicken Little Jane" by Lily Munsell Ritchie
But borrowing was against the rule, and it must be especially wrong to borrow missionary money.
"A Missionary Twig" by Emma L. Burnett
Congreve has merit of the highest kind; he is an original writer, who borrowed neither the models of his plot nor the manner of his dialogue.
"The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. in Nine Volumes" by Samuel Johnson
All mischance might be converted into lack of resources (money and goods), and he who borrowed fell into dependence and servitude.
"Folkways" by William Graham Sumner
Many of the settlers must borrow money to make proof.
"Land of the Burnt Thigh" by Edith Eudora Kohl
Dollars, borrowed for the purpose, were lodged in the banks to the credit of an applicant.
"The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2)" by John West
I BORROW MONEY UPON MY ESTATE, AND UPON VERY FAVOURABLE TERMS.
"Japhet in Search of a Father" by Frederick Marryat
You know the money was borrowed for you, and that you spent it on your miserable music!
"The Queen's Scarlet" by George Manville Fenn
Other authors who tell the same story, have simply and unsuspiciously borrowed it from him.
"Sir Walter Ralegh" by William Stebbing
It is plain that at this point the whole story has become what Borrow calls a 'fakement.
"The Romany Rye A Sequel to 'Lavengro'" by George Borrow
It was one of those beautiful sunny October days when autumn seems to have borrowed from summer, and the air is as warm and balmy as June.
"A Patriotic Schoolgirl" by Angela Brazil
We had to borrow money from the cook before night.
"At Good Old Siwash" by George Fitch
On the morrow the dirty money was paid, Ralph having borrowed the amount from Mr. Neefit.
"Ralph the Heir" by Anthony Trollope
Then the detective takes from his pocket the borrowed bottle of chloroform, and asks for an empty vial.
"The Diamond Coterie" by Lawrence L. Lynch
It is not honest to spend five dollars and more for a luxury while we are living on borrowed money.
"Beatrice Leigh at College" by Julia Augusta Schwartz
Come across with me to Morant's, and I'll see what I can borrow on the land.
"Prescott of Saskatchewan" by Harold Bindloss
Letters / To his Wife / Mary Borrow / By / George Borrow / London: / Printed for Private Circulation / 1913.
"A Bibliography of the writings in Prose and Verse of George Henry Borrow" by Thomas J. Wise
I had no money to buy books, and had to depend on borrowing them.
"Autobiography of Frank G. Allen, Minister of the Gospel" by Frank G. Allen
Thus, through borrowing, progress may be a co-operative process.
"History of Human Society" by Frank W. Blackmar
Then they seek to borrow
Pleasure still from wrong,
And with smiling sorrow
Turn it to a song.
"The Song Of Pan" by Archibald Lampman
I only borrow
From some tomorrow
Where it lies sleeping,
Enough of sorrow
To sing of weeping.
"Borrower" by Mary Carolyn Davies
Yet O that I could borrow
That albatross’s flight!
To-morrow, Love, to-morrow
Is our supreme delight.
"The Liner" by John Le Gay Brereton
So when to-morrow
Ceases, and we
Quit this we borrow,
Love chastens sorrow
So it can see....
"One Day And Another: A Lyrical Eclogue – Part IV" by Madison Julius Cawein
Would'st thou a poet be?
And would thy dull heart fain
Borrow of Israel's minstrelsy
One high enraptured strain?
"The Circumcision Of Christ" by John Keble
("If you would learn the woes that vex
Poor TANTALUS, down there,
Pray borrow of Papa an ex-
"The Two Ogres" by William Schwenck Gilbert
This is a great time for any kind of home borrowing — as long as you do it smart.
Did you also know you may qualify for a tax deduction* if you borrow against the equity in your home.
Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Hued .
A breast pump you can borrow or pass on to a friend.
T.co/vRyuglLo Hey Hamels, since we're magazine buddies can I borrow a dollar.
Borrowing the handheld lensing and easy pace of a low-budget character piece, director Gareth Edwards, a CGI artist by trade, has created a dystopian landscape that's so naturalistic, it's uncanny.
Our friends at Smail Acura are letting us borrow the new Acura ILX for two weeks.
Is impeding an investigation of its loan modification practices by negotiating settlements with borrowers who must agree to keep them secret and not criticize the bank in exchange for cash payments and loan relief, Arizona officials say.
S omething Borrowed is based on a 2005 work of chick literature by Emily Giffin.
ALBANY — State Police can impound a borrowed car when the driver is arrested at a traffic stop instead of letting a licensed passenger drive it away, New York's top court ruled.
We are over $16 trillion in debt and are borrowing at least $1.3 trillion more each year.
Ohio students who borrowed money to earn a bachelor's degree in 2011 left college with an average debt of $28,683, according to a report by Project on Student Debt.
Every generation has an incentive to borrow money from the future to spend on itself.
Education, auto loans inflate borrowing in August.
A girl who borrowed her friend's asthma inhaler at a school in Colorado got expelled because officials say she broke the school's drug policy.
Oscillations of a guitar string, to borrow his example, can be treated as effectively non-local on timescales long compared to the timescale at which the forces that hold the string together propagate along the string.
Quantum Computation in Brain Microtubules? Decoherence and Biological Feasibility
Borrowing terminology from the hyperplane example, we call the elements of C chambers.
Semigroups, rings, and Markov chains
Our treatment can be viewed as an elaboration of Tits’s appendix to Solomon’s paper, with further ideas borrowed from Bidigare’s thesis .
Semigroups, rings, and Markov chains
The methods used here are fairly standard, borrowed from the mathematical analysis of one-dimensional Heisenberg spin chains by Yang and Yang and from that of the 6-vertex models by Lieb and others .
A Six Vertex Model on a Fishnet
Using methods borrowed from the qualitative theory of differential equations (theory of dynamical systems) cosmologists have been able to ﬁgure out the behaviour of spacetime in the vicinity of a singularity.
Is Nature Generic?
Recently, we have suggested an explicit construction for the matrix measure of such ensembles, borrowing on the Coulomb gas analogy well-known in random matrix theory.
Free Random Levy Variables and Financial Probabilities
Methods borrowed from ﬁeld theory are used to deﬁne the ensemble and to study analytically its properties.
Statistical ensemble of scale-free random graphs
We use techniques borrowed from ﬁeld theory, which enable one to formulate the problem and to ﬁnd a number of results in a rather elegant fashion.
Statistical ensemble of scale-free random graphs
Using an integration technique borrowed from the theory of random matrices, we show that arbitrary k -th order correlation functions of the walkers can be expressed as quaternion determinants whose elements are compactly expressed in terms of symmetric Hahn polynomials.
Vicious Random Walkers and a Discretization of Gaussian Random Matrix Ensembles
For symmetries, it is often convenient to borrow terminologies from the random matrix theory which was ﬁrst introduced by Wigner and Dyson.
Singular Density of States of Disordered Dirac Fermions in the Chiral Models
This method has been borrowed from the numerical recipes .
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++
The following introduction is largely borrowed from .
Using Tree Automata and Regular Expressions to Manipulate Hierarchically Structured Data
Another results can be simply obtained by noticing that the same type of RW mapping applies to the onedimensional RTIM , too, so that we can simply borrow the results obtained in this case.
Percolation in random environment
Fereras and Silk 2001); our use of scaling relations borrowed from Cold Dark Matter (“forwards”) models qualiﬁes our approach rather as a “hybrid” one.
The Milky Way and the evolution of disk galaxies
In order to translate this activity into a radiological burden assuming that somehow the DU will be intaken by human beings, it is necessary to apply a conversion factor which we borrow from the ofﬁcial regulations based on the recommendations o f the International Commission on Radiation Protection .
A comparison of delayed radiobiological effects of depleted-uranium munitions versus fourth-generation nuclear weapons