Tyler's book, a robust little paperback designed for the glove compartment or haversack
, seeks to illuminate the rich heritage of vocabulary used to describe the British countryside.
The tin, valued at 18s, was taken from a stack at the Ambassador Foods factory, The accused was stopped as he was leaving the factory and the tin of beef was found in his haversack
We had a knapsack, a haversack
canteen and on our belts a pie plate, besides a musket and cartridges.
Not only do you get air con, heated seats, a haversack
of safety features and that clever electric roof, it'll also do 28mpg, 140mph and make you look a million dollars.
As he searched it he thought he saw a haversack
Till now only five lakh infantry soldiers are given this kit which includes a haversack
for carrying necessary items for survival in extreme locations.
The only other thing she sees there is a battered haversack
He said the jawan must have taken in his hand the cover of the candy box from his haversack
when he knew he was about to die.
7) In modern lore, the British allowed a haversack
with false war plans to fall into the hands of the enemy Turks.
contained wicks, matches, pliers, shears, a funnel, two flame shades, and a wind shade.
As for uniform, ours consisted of haversack
, belt and hat worn with everyday clothes, although I know that blue did become standard later.
The 91-year-old who lives in Marsh House, Walsgrave, said: "Someone was walking in front of me in the city and something fell out of his haversack