References in classic literature ?
Said he thanked the whiting kindly, but he would not join the dance.
Would not, could not, would not, could not, would not join the dance.
The further off from England the nearer is to France-- Then turn not pale, beloved snail, but come and join the dance.
A line, on the other hand, is a continuous quantity, for it is possible to find a common boundary at which its parts join.
You will understand how he feels, in his present state of nervous depression, when I tell you that I should never have ventured on asking you to join him here, if your letter had not informed me that your visits to Dexter were at an end.
Besides the mainline Japan Airlines, five other members of the JAL Group will also join oneworld as affiliates - JALways, Japan Asia Airways, JAL Express, J-Air and Japan Transocean Air.
Heartthrob Barry Watson leaves the cast of ``7th Heaven'' to join its writing staff (he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease), and he'll be scribbling about new characters played by Ashlee Simpson (younger sister of singer Jessica), who'll play a potential love interest for Simon (David Gallagher, who is promised more screen time), and Rachel Blanchard (``Road Trip''), who'll play a cop.
The show included pen-and-ink drawings, prints, books (such as an ambitious study of stuck-out tongues throughout art history), and even sound recordings, including one of Join and Jean Dubuffet doing what sounds like free jazz on recorders.
Introducing K3220 vibration welding cell, which can join 2-meter-long parts and incorporates automatic load/unload stations.
We'll play I-AA football, we'll play nonconference until we can find a conference that we'll be able to join,'' Kennedy said.
In recent years, this non-contact technology has appealed to European firms that join precise, high-value parts.