Word usage examples
Fulvus Fupus, who accepts the hospitality of Septimus Favonius so often that he feels free to criticize another guest.
The main entrance led to a large court where the warmth with which the party was greeted by a number of patrons of the Baths already congregated there attested to the popularity of Favonius, his daughter, and his nephew, while it was evident to von Harben that there was less enthusiasm manifested for Fulvus Fupus.
He is also suspicious, for he knows that he is not popular, and Fulvus Fupus had evidently almost succeeded in bringing your doom upon you and ruin to Favonius and myself before we arrived.
The case arose out of a series of acts of the legislature of New York, passed between the years 1798 and 1811, which conferred upon Livingston and Fulton the exclusive right to navigate the waters of that State with steam-propelled vessels.
Fulton to the sidewalk, he climbed into the automobile and, in a few minutes, was in the library asking for the first volume of the last edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Davie Fulton, the brilliant young Rhodes Scholar from Kamloops, British Columbia, very quickly established himself as the procedural expert of the Conservative Party in battling the Liberal move, while Stanley Knowles from Winnipeg, and Colin Cameron from Nanaimo, British Columbia, became the chief spokesmen for the CCF.
Fulton accepted the offer immediately, though at the time, the Kamloops riding looked like an impregnable Liberal preserve.
Even so late as 1800, the friends of one Robert Fulton seriously entertained the luminous idea of hustling the poor man into an asylum for the unsound before he had a chance to fire up the boiler of his tiny steamboat on the Hudson river.
After the dispute had dragged The Disillusionment of Davie Fulton 165 on for two months, the strikers raided the camps of nonunion loggers hired by the companies.
Karen used to spend her evenings sitting on a stool near the right-field line in Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, running down foul balls hit that way by National League stalwarts.