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park the pink Plymouth

n. to copulate. He set out to park the pink plymouth but ended up in a train wreck.
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In many instances, the conviction of religious obligation formed one and a powerful inducement of the adventures; but in none, excepting the settlement at Plymouth, did they constitute the sole and exclusive actuating cause.
One of the vessels in the fleet was that same Mayflower which had carried the Puritan Pilgrims to Plymouth.
My feelings, you see, did not prevent my taking Mrs Harville and all her family to Plymouth.
There have been decorators and furnishers up from Plymouth, and it is evident that our friend has large ideas and means to spare no pains or expense to restore the grandeur of his family.
Surely I met you in Plymouth at a garden-party some little time ago, Mrs.
Badger gave us in the drawing-room a biographical sketch of the life and services of Captain Swosser before his marriage and a more minute account of him dating from the time when he fell in love with her at a ball on board the Crippler, given to the officers of that ship when she lay in Plymouth Harbour.
Shortly a supplementary program was issued which set forth that the Plymouth Collection of Hymns would be used on board the ship.
Lyman Abbott, then the pastor of Plymouth Church, and also editor of the Outlook (then the Christian Union), asked me to write a letter for his paper giving my opinion of the exact condition, mental and moral, of the coloured ministers in the South, as based upon my observations.
She touched at Plymouth in the night, and he had a special train up.
According to my observations, we were just off Ram Head, and it was my intention to enter Plymouth Bay and visit Plymouth.
One of their vessels sails for America, from the port of London, in a fortnight, touching at Plymouth.
There was one family in particular, that used to live about a mile from us--not straight down the road, but turning sharp off to the left by the turnpike where the Plymouth mail ran over the donkey--that were quite extraordinary people for giving the most extravagant parties, with artificial flowers and champagne, and variegated lamps, and, in short, every delicacy of eating and drinking that the most singular epicure could possibly require.
Our first Christmas Day was spent at Plymouth, the second at St.
When Winslow, afterward governor of the Plymouth Colony, went with a companion on a visit of ceremony to Massasoit on foot through the woods, and arrived tired and hungry at his lodge, they were well received by the king, but nothing was said about eating that day.
Inquiries made at Plymouth proved that they had sailed, forty-eight hours previously, in the BEWLEY CASTLE, East Indiaman, bound direct to Bombay.