I got on board the ship as before, and prepared a second raft; and, having had experience of the first, I neither made this so unwieldy, nor loaded it so hard, but yet I brought away several things very useful to me; as first, in the carpenters stores I found two or three bags full
of nails and spikes, a great screw- jack, a dozen or two of hatchets, and, above all, that most useful thing called a grindstone.
We recovered three bags full
of arms, which they had hidden under their feet," he said.
His novel You Too (1924) satirized advertising, and among his other novels are High Thursday (1928) and Three Bags Full
What I don't like, and what I've never had in my career, are people who just say, 'Yes sir, no sir, three bags full
The model, who is infamous for bedding footballer Ryan Giggs, is often gifted with clothes from the Debra boutique and on Tuesday she left with no less than three bags full
If his evident assertiveness with his very own European partner is anything to go by, we may surely conclude that "yes sir, no sir, three bags full
sir" is one of the better polished phrases in the four EU languages in which Mr Clegg prides himself in being fluent.
I don't have to say, 'yes sir, no sir three bags full
If I was expecting the 'Yes, Sir, No, Sir, three bags full
, Sir' treatment I was soon disabused.
I lost my job because I wouldn't say yes sir, no sir, three bags full
sir to them.
OUR search for new Scottish nursery rhymes is off to a good start - yes sir, yes sir, three bags full
Attempting to trace the hot -water pipes, Mr Vickers-Fletcher pulled uppart of the floor in the house's extension and to his surprise found three bags full
Jake, of Salendine Nook, filled three bags full
What they don't need are weak, lily-livered toadies who'll wipe their backsides, stroke their egos and say "Yes sir, no sir, three bags full
sir" when they should be saying "No bloody way, sir".