Word usage examples
Whereupon Hambo cried over the stove as he fried his sow-bosom and made a flour hoe-cake.
British royalty had done in recognizing specific merchants as official purveyors to the crown, a certain rather radical Saudi prince, named hamal, from the vast, extended Saudi Royal Family had recognized an outstanding, select few merchants who catered not to the Saudi Royal Family but to the greater worldwide Muslim community as a whole.
As far as he was concerned, Prince Hamal fell into the latter category.
Much as pastry shops and shirt makers were being recognized as official purveyors to the crown in England, hamal was recognizing businesses that made life better for Muslims around the globe.
Reynolds thought it was all a crock, right down to how hamal claimed he was donating all the proceeds to worthy Muslim charities.
Harvath applied pressure to the trigger of his MP5 and dropped one of the two Taliban twins bracketing Hamal and Kalachka.
There was a look of abject terror on the face of Prince Hamal, and Kalachka shuffled back to his original position.
The sole occupant of the compartment packed with cramped dogboxes was a priest, a missionary, bound from Terra to the newly established colony on Hamal V.
Then came the servants, observing precedence--butler, hamal, dog-boy, dhobie, sweeper, three gardeners--all salaaming with both hands, and Mahommed Babar standing straight as a ramrod over to the right because he was of the North and a Moslem, and would not submit to comparison with Hindus.
Therefore, being afraid, we sent the hamal and two gardeners to discover where their followers are hiding.