The Poncas, sorely pressed, took refuge behind a rude
bulwark of earth; but the Blackbird kept up so galling a fire, that he seemed likely to execute his menace.
A scant five miles north of their rude shelter, all unknown to them, and practically as remote as though separated by thousands of miles of impenetrable jungle, lay the snug little cabin of Tarzan of the Apes.
By stretching them upon the stems of trees, and diligently scraping them, he had managed to save them in a fair condition, and now that his clothes were threatening to cover his nakedness no longer, he commenced to fashion a rude garment of them, using a sharp thorn for a needle, and bits of tough grass and animal tendons in lieu of thread.
And thus between plain, rude, and curious I stand abashed.
For in France was I never, and was born and learned my English in Kent, in the Weald, where I doubt not is spoken as broad and rude English as in any place in England.
Depressed people may lack the initiative to use memory-enhancing mental strategies because competing thoughts leave them "in a muddle," Hertel and Rude
propose, but when they are forced to focus on the task at hand by relying on external memory cues, such as nouns and sentence decisions, normal memory may rise to the surface.
to me and I will be rude
to you,' said President Duterte, addressing his critics on Friday during Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez's birthday celebration in Tagum City.
Bosses of Rude
were granted permission to transfer their sexual entertainment venue licence from 65 Duke Street to 64 Duke Street by councillors at Liverpool town hall.
He said: "At Rude
Grooming we sell beard oils which moisturise the beard and the skin underneath and encourage beard growth.
Birds, who are part of Cardiff Roller Collective, will be on home ground for the all-female flat-track bout.
He was still rude
and arrogant so I said "okay forget" because I thought he did not know the problem and couldn't help.
Monday's opening episode looks at the beginnings of Rude
Britannia in the early 18th century and travels through the years of the Georgian age to Queen Victoria in 1837.