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Sirrah

(seer si -ră) See Alpheratz.
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I remember being reached in the projects by a childhood friend, Leumas Sirrah, who told me about Schulberg and the effort to get this workshop started.
2, Jackson Hewitt," said Harris, who registered Sirrah Inc.
Just as the second scene in part one begins with Falstaff asking a question, so does the second scene in part two: "Sirrah, you giant, what says the doctor to my water?" (1.2.1-2).
Poins: Sirrah Jack, thy horse stands behind the hedge.
What do you call your knight's name, sirrah? What does it mean?
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION: ashore; hair; hare; harsh; harsher; hash; hear; heir; hero; hire; hirer; hoar; hoarse; hoarser; hoer; hora; horse; HORSEHAIR; horsier; hose; hosier; rash; rasher; rehash; rhea; shah; share; sharer; shea; shear; shire; shirr; shoe; shore; sirrah.
Metaphorically, in his own words, Ted inspired the young wild-eyed poets to "grab a chandelier, and swing out into the wide possibilities of the night." "Yesterday I will be born, Tomorrow I died" was the first line of a poem Leumas Sirrah uttered one evening; he was a kid from the Jordan Downs Projects and turned heads whenever he had something to say.
(How many times, upon receiving some chummy introduction to a transmitted announcement, have I found myself, similar to some high-in-the-instep stickler, mumbling, "And who, sirrah, gave you the right to call me by my first name?") And the feedback that you get can go out just as quickly to the target community and persist as messages link into threads.
''Forsooth,'' the oddball exclaimed to one of Hessy's assistants, '' 'tis a medieval lute, sirrah!'' "I doubt that, sir, no lutes that old have survived,'' the assistant said with a smirk.
If a crow help us in, sirrah, we'll pluck a crow together.
KEMPTON: 1.50 Sirrah Star, 2.20 Clondaw Banker, 2.55 Saffron Prince, 3.30 Plan Again, 4.05 French Opera, 4.40 Georgian King, 5.10 Ranjaan, 5.40 Dawalan.