Nay, and he told me, too, that the squire had maintained him as his own son, thof he had quarrelled with him now."--"And if his name be Jones, he told you the truth," said the barber; "for I have relations who live in that country; nay, and some people say he is his son."--"Why doth he not go by the name
of his father?"--"I can't tell that," said the barber; "many people's sons don't go by the name
of their father."--"Nay," said the landlady, "if I thought he was a gentleman's son, thof he was a bye-blow, I should behave to him in another guess manner; for many of these bye-blows come to be great men, and, as my poor first husband used to say, never affront any customer that's a gentleman."
Accordingly I took a double handful of those small, broken, flinty bits of biscuit which generally go by the name
"But on the seventh day I like to get in touch with my feminine side and go by the name
The company will therefore no longer go by the name
Stork or Stork Prints.
ROLLS ROYCE has confirmed that the new 'small' Rolls will go by the name
FRIDAY 24.04.2009 ROLLS-Royce has confirmed that the new "small" Rolls will go by the name
She had a daughter called Vanessa after she left, she has red hair and may go by the name
Fresh, also, on American stages will be the four women from the Ivory Coast who go by the name
of Compagnie Tche Tche.
The combined company will go by the name
We are the only people who go by the name
of Mike Davies who live in Pengwern, Llangollen.
The company's Canadian branch will go by the name
Once formed, the new REIT would go by the name
of Macklowe Properties, Inc., with the New York Stock Exchange symbol of MLO.
Apparently, he sent out a text just after the birth that read: "He shall go by the name
of Donovan Rory MacDonald Gallagher and he will be a legend." I don't doubt it.
Luckily I have the answers and they go by the name
of Sunderland (nailed on at 10-11 to beat Everton), Wimbledon (3-1 at Norwich), Bristol City (2-5 v Wrexham), and Bradford (10-3 v Coventry).
What's the betting that among locals the building will continue to go by the name
they are trying to obliterate - the Saracen's Head?