But it was all for the sake of Little
Toomai, who had seen what never man had seen before--the dance of the elephants at night and alone in the heart of the Garo hills!
nothing whatever, save the prints of little
footsteps around a vacant space!
But what became of little Gerda when Kay did not return?
Gerda kissed the roses, thought of her own dear roses at home, and with them of little Kay.
Talking on in this way, half in jest and half in earnest, and cheering up his mother, the children, and himself, by the one simple process of determining to be in a good humour, Kit led them briskly forward; and on the road home, he related what had passed at the Notary's house, and the purpose with which he had intruded on the solemnities of Little
LaVerne Feaster of Little
Rock Effie Frazier of Hope
But the move will help MGA max out the potential of Little
Tikes, a name that has wide recognition.
It expressed itself in the doing of little
things, and in doing them with a certain intention.
The concept of this black version of Little
Italy originated in a $112,000 report commissioned by the council: "A Power-nomics Economic Development Plan for Detroit's Under-Served Majority Population.
A larger (8,000 square-foot) building was built in 1963, and in 1976, Wasmond's daughter, Shelley Lewis, took over as administrator of Little
CDI Contractors LLC of Little
Rock is overseeing construction of both projects and also pulled the new construction permits for the site work and interior finish-out work at Fellowship Bible Church in west Little Rock.
But now the water is gin-clear, and modern dive boats ply the northwest shore of Little
Cayman, anchoring at one of the dive sites marked by buoys.
As Colletti set out on hiring his first manager, the steady hand and common sensibility of Little
jumped out at him during the interview process.