And as a result I was draged home, and shamefully treated in the most mortafying maner.
"Bab: A Sub-Deb" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
John Drage had not the tact to recognize in his benefactor the man to whom thanks are hateful.
"Berenice" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Mary Hall, whose cure Drage celebrates, had friends among the Baptists.
"A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718" by Wallace Notestein
Brilliantly handsome in her blue gown, Esme sold chocolate and dragees and crystallized fruits.
"The Oyster" by A Peer
You will find yourself very comfortable there, for Drage did himself well.
"A Galahad of the Creeks; The Widow Lamport" by S. (Sidney) Levett-Yeats
So far as Mr. Drage and myself are concerned, we shall still retain the same friendship we have had for years.
"From Workhouse to Westminster" by George Haw
Oh, they're hanging out like carpets
And you'll hear the natives say
Mr Drage has laid the lino
On the road to Mandalay.
"Mandalay 1" by Billy Bennett
Their skins are dark, their hair is short:
Shall dying men make them trade and sport!
In sorrow draging iron chains;
Depriv'd of all the rights of men.
O, great Redeemer, view their wrong,
And grant them aid e'er it be long.
"Hymn 12" by Noah Calwell W Cannon
There's not a drop of water, in this waste of desert land.
The soldiers' tongues are hanging out, and trailing in the sand.
They're hanging out like carpets, and you'll hear the natives say
"Mr Drage has laid the lino, On The Road To Mandalay."
"Mandalay 2" by Billy Bennett
Tim Storey, Senior Fellow Jennie Drage Bowser, Senior Fellow Wendy Underhill, Policy Specialist.
Steven Elliott (left), a senior at R. G Drage Career Technical Center, works on a 6G pipe welding certification as metal fabrication teacher Scott Burdge observes.
When making Gingerbread Girls, you'll want the icing to be fairly stiff for piping designs, trim, outlines or faces, or for gluing fondant shapes or dragées in place.