His vessel was the Margate smack.
"King's Cutters and Smugglers 1700-1855" by E. Keble Chatterton
We all took a long breath, and Charlie Webster gave a soft whistle, and smacked his lips.
"Pieces of Eight" by Richard le Gallienne
So he hailed a fishing smack and put the four friends from Seacove aboard of her.
"Navy Boys Behind the Big Guns" by Halsey Davidson
The choice he makes smacks of convenience rather than of logic or common sense.
"Explanation of Catholic Morals" by John H. Stapleton
On one grey Sunday morning a pretty smack came creeping through the fleet.
"The Chequers" by James Runciman
If she has to take bitter medicine, she'll do it an' smack her mouth.
"The Starbucks" by Opie Percival Read
The hands of Pollyooly were sore from smacking Prince Adalbert, but not so sore as his royal cheeks; and still she smacked on.
"Happy Pollyooly" by Edgar Jepson
Its verdure smacks of the wilderness.
"On the Heels of De Wet" by The Intelligence Officer
It is no use roughly smacking a shrinking, sensitive child.
"Fantasia of the Unconscious" by D. H. Lawrence
There was a terrific crunch, a couple of smacking, gobbling swallows, and head parted from body.
"The Galaxy Primes" by Edward Elmer Smith
The helm was put down, and the smack plunged round head to wind, her sails flapping furiously as the wind was spilled out of them.
"The Pirate Island" by Harry Collingwood
I'm going to get married right smack off.
"Jokes For All Occasions" by Anonymous
A small fishing smack, with a crew of five people, was wrecked off Bacton, near Great Yarmouth, on the 27th of November 1859.
"Our Sailors" by W.H.G. Kingston
Hanks smacked his lips as he tasted it.
"Salt Water" by W. H. G. Kingston
He put down his empty glass and smacked his lips lightly.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
It looks to me as if we might be goin' to strike the treasure right smack here.
"The Aztec Treasure-House" by Thomas Allibone Janvier
An hour or two more sufficed to carry our smack into port, and then the various members of the crew hurried home.
"The Young Trawler" by R.M. Ballantyne
A Dutch smack of about 150 tons, navigated in the German Ocean.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
And those pretty cheeks Ma had covered with smacks!
"The Bill-Toppers" by Andre Castaigne
Immediately the smell of frying steak made every scout smack her lips in anticipation.
"Girl Scouts in the Adirondacks" by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
And many a man will melt in man,
Becoming one, not two,
When smacks across the startled earth
The Kiss of Kikuyu.
"The Higher Unity" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
As the smacke of dyuers sauce,
So dyuerslye they wroughte:
By despayre the one to deathe
By vague hope the other broughte.
"The Faire Amarillis" by Edward Dyer
But oh, the hundred things and more,
That come in at the door! —
The smack of mint, old joy, old pain,
Caught in the gray and tender rain.
"Oh, Gray And Tender Is The Rain" by Lizette Woodworth Reese
Ah no, she says, and she is tough,
and smacks me down with her rebuff.
Ah no, she says, I will not come
after the bloody things you've done.
"Ballad Of The Despairing Husband" by Robert Creeley
His face is a book of woe,
And mine is a song of glee;
A slave he is to the great "They say,"
But I--I am bold and free;
No wonder he smacks of woe,
And I have the tang of glee.
"Differences" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
All this is now o'er, and so dismal my loss is,
So hard 'tis to part from the smack of the thong,
That I mean (from pure love for the old whipping process)
To take to whipt syllabub all my life long.
"Epistle Of Condolence From A Slave-Lord To A Cotton-Lord" by Thomas Moore
Boykin finds Steelers' smack talk amusing .
Hurricane Sandy smacked luxury stores last month — and now they're showering shoppers with discounts.
Lin Dan of China smacks the birdie in his badminton victory Wednesday over L. Chong Wei of Malaysia for the gold medal.
He says 'love' but behavior smacks of controlling.
The scene of a battle mentioned in the Bible , the city of Karkemish, lies smack on the border between Turkey and Syria, where civil war rages today.
The scene of a battle mentioned in the Bible , it lies smack on the border between Turkey and Syria, where civil war rages today.
The scene of a battle mentioned in the Bible , the city of Karkemish lies smack on the border between Turkey and Syria, where civil war rages today -- and archaeologists are conducting the most extensive excavations in nearly a century.
Talking smack is usually a waste of breath .
The constant catfights and vicious verbal smack downs have become too much even for the Real Housewives Of Atlanta 's most dramatic diva, and now Kim Zolciak is revealing why she ditched the show mid-season.
When someone started talking smack about the quality of teachers, he let the reporter and camerman have a piece of his mind.
They head south as the temperature drops, sometimes smack into the Cape 's lower arm.
Pony Car War Virtual Smack Down: America's favorite pony cars dice in the digital domain.
1) Kellogg's Honey Smacks -- 55.6 percent.
Your wife, Michelle, was on the show and she was talking some smack about your moves.
Video/GIF of the Day: CNBC Set Smacks Glenn Hubbard Over the Fiscal Cliff.
But without a theoretical justiﬁcation these strategies have the smack of sweeping the dirt under the carpet.
Entropy of Pseudo Random Number Generators
That formulation upsets many scientists, and rightly so, since it smacks of irrational mysticism.
Enlightenment, Knowledge, Ignorance, Temptation
This last aﬃrmation smacks simply of defamation though it is interesting, nonetheless, to try to understand why religion for Sokal (and Bricmont) is a pseudoscience in the same way that astrology is.
The Latest on the Sokal Affair: Beyond Three Extremisms
Gya rocks.” This puts us smack dab in the Archean.
Astrophysics in 2005
And here is the actual published prediction from 4th generation (which is smack in the middle of the experiments). I already stated something like this, large sin(2ΦBs ), in 2005.
Round Table Discussion at the Final Session of FPCP 2008: The Future of Flavor Physics and CP
Anything discussed in Part I that smacks of being too technical is tucked into footnotes or into Part III.
On the passage from local to global in number theory