Miss Catherwood was looking unusually well, and even those who had dubbed her "The Beautiful Yankee" added another superlative adjective.
"Before the Dawn" by Joseph Alexander Altsheler
Gordon was dubbed the "Master," and it was voted that Desmond should be "Second Lieutenant.
"The Three Lieutenants" by W.H.G. Kingston
It occupied all her thoughts; and in the process she soon developed what would now be dubbed a marked inferiority-complex.
"The Magnificent Montez" by Horace Wyndham
I have not before mentioned a personage who was dubbed the officer of marines, Lieutenant Pyke.
"Charley Laurel" by W. H. G. Kingston
None of the officers were Irishmen, consequently I had been dubbed Paddy.
"Paddy Finn" by W. H. G. Kingston
Little Willie, or, as he was affectionately dubbed by the boys, "the Kid," was a waif who had drifted in among them some months before.
"Children of the Tenements" by Jacob A. Riis
Beside him in the picture, Reed Opdyke strode lightly, still, to all seeming, the "puffic' fibbous" that his nurse had dubbed him.
"The Brentons" by Anna Chapin Ray
To be lively is to be flippant, and epigram is dubbed paradox.
"Obiter Dicta Second Series" by Augustine Birrell
He had mentally dubbed her a sort of princess, determined to have her say in everything; now she seemed a child eager to be led by any one.
"Joyce's Investments" by Fannie E. Newberry
Why, Mary Louise, discouragement would prove me a dub.
"Mary Louise and the Liberty Girls" by Edith Van Dyne (AKA L. Frank Baum)
'It was grey and dirty weather,
And I heard a drum go rolling,
Rub-a-dubbing in the distance,
Awful dour-like and defiant.
"Romance" by William Ernest Henley
Hither an' thither, here an' awa,
Into the dub ye maunna fa';
Oot o' the dub wad ye come wi' speed,
Ye maun lift yer han's abune yer heid.
"Mirls" by George MacDonald
Both stared entranced at Lafayette,
Saw Jackson dubbed with LL.D.
What Cambridge saw not strikes us yet
As scarcely worth one's while to see.
"To Holmes: On His Seventy-Fifth Birthday" by James Russell Lowell
If ghosts should walk in Deptford, as very well they may,
A man might find the night there more stirring than the day,
Might meet a Russian Tsar there, or see in Spain's despite
Queen Bess ride down to Deptford to dub Sir Francis knight.
"Ghosts In Deptford" by Cicely Fox Smith
The ne'er-forgetting! him who loves but once!
Romance may laud, but Cupid dubs for dunce;
And jeers, and mocks him on from pain to pain.
Who but hath sworn him ne'er to love again,
Then forged, himself, new links and chafed at his own chain?
"Second Love" by John Kenyon
The Mudville squad began to slump, the team was in the air;
Their playing went from bad to worse - nobody seemed to care.
"Back to the woods with Casey!" was the cry from Rooters' Row.
"Get some one who can hit the ball, and let that big dub go!"
"Casey's Revenge" by Henry Grantland Rice
Eats, Skanks and Leaves: Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad has kept up a vigorous touring schedule.
Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad brings Empire State-style reggae to Moe's Alley.
GIANT PANDA GUERRILLA DUB SQUAD plays Tuesday, April 1 at 9pm at Moe's Alley, 1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz.
With more than 600 shows under their belt in the past four years, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad has earned a reputation almost as big as their name for delivering reggae that pushes the genre's boundaries.
They're ta-tas 2.0.A famed Long Island plastic surgeon has helped usher in a new generation of breast implants, dubbed " gummy bears," because they feel like the candy.
Gunplay was consuming so many narcotics while making his aptly titled debut mixtape, Sniffahill, in 2008 that he dubbed himself "five-drug minimum" on one of its freestyles.
S imon Hammerstein doesn't want to—officially—open the Box until his dancers, seven burlesque ballerinas dubbed "The Hammerstein Beauties," have their routine down cold.
MIAMI — Two years ago, the Miami Heat were dubbed "15 Strong" on their way to the NBA championship.
Or, as someone on Twitter has creatively dubbed it, The Brazilian Whacks.
He is a skinny, white, American-born Hasid in full Orthodox beard and payot whose lean, yearning alto nevertheless comes couched in a thick, Jamaican-dub accent.
Seventh Heaven and other stores labeled " head shop s" are so-dubbed because among the oils, incense and handblown glass on the shelves are items that people often use to smoke marijuana.
The Young Dance With The Ramblers Dub Egg.
Radiohead, repeatedly dubbed "best act in the world today" by Q magazine, are touring the United States.
Dubbed The Vault, the shop has reported increasing business during its four months of operation.
Rob Bliss, who inspired an international sensation with his Grand Rapids Lip Dub video, visited 50 - 3:29 pm.
The single site coupling of RIXS to the orbitals can be dubbed a “shakeup” process.
Theory of Raman and Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering from Collective Orbital Excitations in YTiO$_3$
On the other hand, Gromov-Witten theory, also dubbed modern enumerative geometry, revolutionized the study of Hodge integrals on moduli spaces of curves, namely integrals of mixed ψ and λ classes.
Descendent integrals and tautological rings of moduli spaces of curves
By the mid-1990s, more than 30 sources with the properties expected for NBWDs had been discovered. (See Greiner 2000 for a catalog and for references.) The soft emitters were dubbed luminous supersoft x-ray sources (SSSs). A natural conjecture is that the SSSs are in fact NBWDs.
The Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae: Are They Supersoft Sources?
As a consequence, it is strongly believed that they are but distinct realizations of one underlying theory, currently dubbed “M-theory”.
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology
These scenarios were dubbed “k-inﬂation” in Part I, and they can be used to capture an interesting features of an inter-brane distance inﬂaton: as we shall see in the next Chapter, from the DBI action of a D-brane (6.3) one can show that the kinetic term of a D3-brane −1/2 .
Primordial Fluctuations in String Cosmology