Word usage examples
We supposed of course she would turn east through the narrow channel to Winterport, or sheer off to the west into the Southern Way and go up the bay.
Weeks after that he'd show up in a Winterport beerjoint, talking union and swearing he'd have his revenge on the men that had murdered his friends - Hamilton Tracker, William Mueller, and Richard Bowie were the names he mentioned the most frequently.
A machine that generates an ultrashort wave, either of hertzian or sonic type, possibly of both.
He had developed the light—it was not light, but a combination of micro-length radio waves and sonic vibration in ultrashort wave lengths, as Doc had surmised—while experimenting in hopes of finding some method of bringing sight to certain types of blind.
Ever since the start of the attack direct communication with the Cyclops had been cut off and the men could only see whatever was sent via the probe's ultrashort wave rays across forty miles of vibrating atmosphere.
Pushing a small lever sufficed, as Khrest had explained some weeks ago, to change the structure of the energy screen, so as to render it permeable for ultrashort radio waves.
In the gaps left behind, nettles and stitchwort and sanicle would grow--but mostly Himalayan balsam, in long pink ribbons edging the river.
The spring advances rapidly, multitudes of primroses, dog-violets, periwinkles, stitchwort.
If any one had gone round the fields on old May-day, the 13th, _his_ May-day, they might have found the deep blue bird's-eye veronica, anemones, star-like stitchworts, cowslips, buttercups, lesser celandine, daisies, white blackthorn, and gorse in bloom--in short, a list enough to make a page bright with colour, though the wind might be bitter.
Even the common names of wildflowers - stitchwort, lady's bedstraw, blue fleabane, feverfew -have an inescapable enchantment about them.