Rolliver's inn, the single alehouse at this end of the long and broken village, could only boast of an off-licence; hence, as nobody could legally drink on the premises, the amount of overt accommodation for consumers was strictly limited to a little board
about six inches wide and two yards long, fixed to the garden palings by pieces of wire, so as to form a ledge.
Four merry beggars were they, and each had slung about his neck a little board
that rested upon his breast.
She noticed these names painted on little boards
for the first time for weeks.
The Baby Loves series uses beautiful little board
books to explain concepts of science and physics to very young readers.
This charming little board
book from the Governor General's Literary Award-winning author, Lorna Crozier, playfully and poetically explores the depths of love between a parent and child.
For Christmas someone from the outside sent you a miniature skateboard set, a tiny little board
that you ride with your fingers up a tiny vert ramp no bigger than your hand.
Lita Tabudlo, provincial social welfare and development officer, said childrens month celebration which revolves around the theme Isulong: Kalidad na Edukasyon Para sa Lahat ng Bata seeks to expose Nueva Vizcaya children on local governance through the Little Governor, Little Vice Governor, Little Board
Members and Little Provincial Board Secretary project from November 7-8.
The little board
is accommodatingly placed in an array of 100 boards.
4mm) for the open-frame PCB-mount version, the EML15 occupies little board
space and offers a high power density for this type of supply of 5.
e England and Wales Cricket Board's decision to make Edgbaston the home of Twenty20 Finals Day is a T great llip for the Bears but club oY=-cials were a little board
with beign the genial but rather envious hosts.
This little board
offers information about local pride, the nationalisation of industry, the re-use of materials, hobbies and pastimes and even 19th Century land agreements
This perfect little board
book introduces babies to fun-to-say Yiddish words in a nondidactic, entertaining way.