Here is a glass of mead
from your son,' said the host.
Beer for the lads of the forest, mead for the gleeman, strong waters for the tinker, and wine for the rest.
It would take a clever man to live upon thy labor, Hugh," remarked one of the foresters, "seeing that the half of thy time is spent in swilling mead at the `Pied Merlin.
had to stay--he had caught Miss Polly as she fell.
All the stores of provisions for the winter are laid up in the summer, and well cured: our drink was water, mixed with aqua vitae instead of brandy; and for a treat, mead
instead of wine, which, however, they have very good.
In February 2012, Mrs Mead
hit the headlines when, after suffering two strokes and a fall which left her unconscious, she was given two days to live.
Most people consider mead
as a sickly sweet beverage best left to medieval-themed banquets and renaissance fairs; many think it's beer.
and Ruth Benedict: The Kinship of Women
They are listed as the Institute's counsel of record on the Institute's amicus brief in Mead
On that November evening, he was happy not to be asked about Andy Warhol, with whom Mead
is, for better or worse, inevitably associated; he therefore encouraged my probing.
George Herbert Mead
(1863 - 1931) was an American philosopher, sociologist and psychologist, primarily affiliated with the University of Chicago, where he was one of several distinguished pragmatists.
was an influential American cultural anthropologist and feminist who offered the world an unprecedented look into the cultural practices of the people of Samoa through her landmark book Coming of Age in Samoa (1928, Harper Perennial).