Whatever some people may think, I am very certain it is in the power of witches to raise the wind
whenever they please.
As it was, our bonnets were so unbecoming, and the mills were so occupied in trying to raise the wind
, that I never had even a flirtation with anybody.
Our grandmothers threw their caps over the mills, of course, but, by Jove, their granddaughters only throw their caps over mills that can raise the wind
No, we must raise the wind
to-night and re-open your account first thing to-morrow.
941 MW, and the government intends to raise the wind
power to a level as high as 6650 MW until 2020.
Margaret Thatcher tried to endear us to private health, but the majority of us couldn't raise the wind
There is the sailor Edward Robarts, the first of the beachcombers who would have a 'royal bride', umpteen adventures as a various go-between, and who would eventually write his narrative--'anything to raise the wind
for an honest morsel', as a sailor would say.