How To Use Okeh In A Sentence

  • A speciality is dishes smoked on site in a small smokehouse. Times, Sunday Times
  • This book is also about hog-killing and smokehouses, about making lye hominy and gathering wild greens, about ramps and cushaws and leather-britches, about cracklin’ bread and corn-cob jelly, whistle pig and poke sallet, apple butter and stack cakes.’
  • The soft cheese, which is smoked over Cornish fruitwoods, is made at the company's smokehouse by the River Fal.
  • A century ago there were more than 40 smokehouses in Hull, curing thousands of tonnes of fish landed at the docks.
  • As shown below, the stokehold vents provided entry for the massive airflow demanded by the boiler fires.
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  • He slings his arms around my shoulder and squeezes my neck in what can easily be considered a chokehold.
  • Spot, are you concerned at all about the 110 "chokehold" expansion project about to commence? Noontime Briefs and Outtakes for Thursday
  • But he ushually jumps UP okeh an then yells for me to lift him DOWN from fings. Fred always wondered why he - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Connemara Smokehouse is one of the few remaining smokehouses specialising in Wild smoked, marinated and roast Irish salmon.
  • As I'm getting ready to get out my math book, an arm suddenly wraps itself around my neck in a chokehold.
  • Last night I closed the door to the smokehouse where the bloodroot is kept in cardboard boxes, away from the mice and bugs. Excerpt: Bloodroot by Amy Greene
  • Forced draught is produced by twelve 5 ft. 6 in. fans, three being stationed in each stokehold. Scientific American Supplement, No. 832, December 12, 1891
  • To add to this assurance of quality, Graham fillets each fish by hand, which allows him to monitor every single fish that passes through the Smokehouse.
  • In front of it, a small furnace is constructed with vents into the Laconicum, and with a stokehole that can be very carefully closed to prevent the flames from escaping and being wasted. The Ten Books on Architecture
  • To add to this assurance of quality, Graham fillets each fish by hand, which allows him to monitor every single fish that passes through the Smokehouse.
  • We are making for the engine room and stokehold, Mr Vicars, under the guide of a ship's engineer. ANTI-ICE
  • Her manipulation of capitalist power relations by drawing on her status as a millionaire in order to acquire access to the stokehole epitomizes what he refers to as a ‘compromise with modern industrial capitalism at…key points’.
  • How could she overlook treatment which would have caused comment in the stokehold of a cattle ship? The Clicking of Cuthbert
  • The play's opening scene presents life in the cramped stokehole, where ‘the ceiling crushes down on the men's heads’ and the attitudes of the stooping, proto-simian workers suggest beasts in a cage, ‘imprisoned by white steel.’
  • Humphry Walrond (who died 1580) married Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of John Brokehampton., of Sea, and so obtained that estate. Notes and Queries, Number 48, September 28, 1850
  • Observers and protesters also allege that police used illegal chokeholds on numerous people.
  • he grabbed the woman in a chokehold, demanded her cash and jewelry, and then fled
  • The neighbors started to whine about living downwind from a smokehouse; my kitchen was reduced to a glorified pantry, used for almost nothing except storing condiments and beer.
  • The stokeholds were enclosed, and steam driven fans were used to force air into the stokeholds.
  • Because the carriers subsidize most phone purchases with big rebates tied to service agreements, they have something of a chokehold on the phone market.
  • One jumped out of the page and grabbed a chokehold around my neck and demanded that I read it.
  • While Mildred's intrusion into the stokehole stages the disabling paradox of ‘vital contact,’ it is not the only example of psychologically disruptive cross-class contact in the drama.
  • Its shabby-chic rooms in a former smokehouse are very, very cool. Times, Sunday Times
  • the president applied a chokehold to labor disputes that inconvenienced the public
  • He smoked his own hams in his smokehouse and fed his pigs some of the peaches from his trees to make them more succulent.
  • A host of additional outbuildings were discovered as well, including two dairies, a smokehouse, a granary, and two storehouses, all adjacent to the house.
  • The same guard then used a chokehold to restrain Finley.
  • Now, you much this chonklit opossum adn think soothing thoughts, and no sneeky lookin at teh kittehz for a few minutes yet, okeh? i find yur “string theoree” - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • But Elspeth ... and to haunt me in that stinking stokehold came the appalling question: suppose it was my skin or hers - would I turn tail then? Flashman's Lady
  • After an authentic smokehouse flavour? The Sun
  • Still another shell went down the funnel, disabling the stokehole and making it impossible to keep up a full head of steam. New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 5, August, 1915
  • There are coal bunkers each side of the stokehold and each of these holds 17 tons of steaming coal.
  • The bull exerciser can be found on the wooded hillside just below the Pig Palace, near the silos and the smokehouse. Bull Exerciser Located at the Jack London Ranch
  • Yank is the authority among the stokers and refers to the stokehole as ‘home’.
  • And yet it is full of couch potatoes rolling doobie after doobie and overly felicitous teeth-grinding cokeheads trying frantically to get a word in edgewise.
  • Eshoo, who is a co-sponsor of network neutrality legislation, also warned the deal could result in a "chokehold" over the transfer of information over the Internet. C - Advertising News
  • Just as the boat passed the town, in the midst of a heavy rain squall, the stokehole hatches in the deck were shut, and the dull humming roar of the fans showed that the fires were being got up. Scientific American Supplement, No. 595, May 28, 1887
  • August 18, 2009 at 12:29 pm ohai m3 iz dat a okeh breeveeayshun? u r teh weakest link… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • He had had enough of being treated 'like ham in a smokehouse', and took his case to court. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sure what else but love for us poor bastes in the stokehole would be bringing a fine lady, dressed like a white quane, down a mile of ladders and steps to be havin’ a look at us? Scene IV. The Hairy Ape
  • They had a small barn with three stalls and a haymow, a chicken house, a hog shed, a smokehouse, a tack shed for harness and saddles, two outhouses. Come Again No More
  • But the underlying motive is to prevent challenging opinions from spreading and coalescing through the chokehold of state-sponsored control.
  • I have just started building a cordwood smokehouse thanks to the June / July 2003 article.
  • During this time the stokehole hatches were open, but the fans were kept running at slow speed to maintain a moderate draught. Scientific American Supplement, No. 595, May 28, 1887
  • The smokehouse smokes anything that stands still for long enough; pheasant, ham hocks, bloaters, garlic, eel, sausages.
  • From which you may gather that a busy day among the Borneo pirates had quite dissipated the conscientious lunacy which had temporarily come over me in the stokehold the previous night. Flashman's Lady
  • Raisins bi okeh, but sometymes one just izznt inna mood for raisins. u ever haz dat feelin ur bein watched? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • August 11, 2009 at 3:24 pm teh bunneh hopz ar heerz tu halp.. butt! dey iz bein skeerd uv teh lyion in the oder lol iz okeh herez bunnehz, teh lyon nawt git yu heer…yu entermitain eberybunneh wif teh bunneh hop dans. Roun an - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Before the guard had even realised what was happening, Leanne had jumped on his back, squeezing her arms around his neck in the strongest chokehold she could muster up.
  • All these alcoholics and cokeheads and junkies telling you where it all went wrong. MAN AND WIFE
  • ‘Well, that was a bit freaky,’ he grinned, reaching up to loosen the chokehold that Gabby had around his neck.
  • And this upcoming Saturday night, we will see if Jones still have any of his greatness left or that maybe, Father Time has finally grabbed a chokehold on Jones.
  • We took them up in the pinnace, Moone & Carie much afeard & Crokeham in a sound, & with them a boxe or kist of great weight. The Life of the World to Come
  • John reports the stokehold was manned by 2 stokers each watch on the 4 hours on, 8 hours off system.
  • _ -- Just returned from the engine room, having made up to the chief engineer, who took me over the machinery and stokehole. The Incomparable 29th and the "River Clyde"
  • A cokehead who relies on Kevin for the pennies in his bank account? DEAD BEAT
  • Which woulda been okeh, eksept she would leave teh little prickly inch-long twig bits in teh shag rug so we could step onnem wif bare feetz! Lyle dreamed of cheezburgers but belonged to a vegetarian. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Mr. Thornycroft has for some years used the locomotive form of boiler for his steam launches, working them under an air pressure -- produced by a fan discharging into a close stokehold -- of from 1 in. to 6 in. of water, as may be required. Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881
  • There's a trendy curing and smokehouse in the cellar. Times, Sunday Times
  • Azuma-zi had come, clad in white but insufficient raiment, out of the stokehole of the Lord Clive, from the Straits Settlements, and beyond, into London. The Door in the Wall, and other stories
  • Yarrow's patent water tight ash pans are fitted to each boiler, to prevent the fire being extinguished by a sudden influx of water into the stokehold. Scientific American Supplement, No. 598, June 18, 1887
  • January 8, 2008 at 3:39 pm iz okeh. cud bees da betterer. mah furniss no wurk. fot wuz da ferm- thermo- *sign* sum liddle fings not cost mutch. corses nawt. iz valve… I no haz flavor!!1! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Prosser, 68, then grabbed her by the neck in what she called a "chokehold," but she told detectives she didn't remember Prosser squeezing or applying any pressure. News - chicagotribune.com
  • Realizing the delicacy of the situation and how deeply the progressive element in the Democratic party throughout the country might misunderstand and even resent his putting his "okeh" on the candidacy of the Illinois leader for the senatorship, nevertheless, upon considering the matter, he decided to do so and prepared a generous and wholehearted letter of endorsement of Sullivan. Woodrow Wilson as I Know Him
  • Thus it was taken into the Choctaw Native American language, whose expression "okeh" meant something like "it is so". BBC News - Home
  • As he indicates, her ‘whole personality’ is ‘crushed’ in the stokehole.
  • A key chokehold for the oil monopolies is the refining of crude oil in the United States.
  • The term bokeh is an anglicised version of a Japanese word used to describe the portion of a photograph that is out of focus behind the area of principal focus in a picture. Saturday, January 31, 2009 | Lifehacker Australia
  • To start with, it is either salted or brined to extract the moisture, next it is air-dried and then it goes to the smokehouse.
  • He grabbed the woman in a chokehold, demanded her cash and jewelry, and then fled.
  • Why don't we practice chokeholds, leg grabs, headlocks and body holds like wrestlers and judo fighters?
  • Nokehick, that is, a spoonful of parched meal with a spoonful of water, which will strengthen them to travel a day. Memoirs of 30 Years with the Indian Tribes on the American Frontiers
  • She also held Abigail in a chokehold that could snap the nurse's neck with enough pressure - not a difficult task for Saya.
  • The term bokeh is an anglicized version of a Japanese word used to describe the portion of a photograph that is out of focus behind the area of principal focus in a picture. Daily DIY
  • A man with a pointy white beard and a ponytail, who resembled a wood imp, hopped from behind the plywood door of the smokehouse.
  • It was enough of a clue: even though the recordings originally issued on the Okeh label dated from 1928, Hoskins had a hunch that Hurt might still be alive, and headed to Mississippi. Blues greats re-emerge from the pages of history
  • He hunts for coons almost every night and hangs all the skins on the smokehouse for all the passers-by to see.
  • No such luck for the public when a public employees union has a chokehold on the public entity.
  • X33 I dedicate et to two sisuz owo A cookeh and a Kara-Sisu XD Karachii i believe your the one who got meh into Maid sama i think * 3** CAN'T REMEMBER XD* But if not no matter i know you love this manga/anime ♥ ♥ 8DDD cookeh 8DD i never dedicated somethin to youz D8 and at least i WN.com - Articles related to Nasair celebrates Beirut route
  • The shells … bored their way even to the stokehold. Castles of Steel
  • The explosion wrecked the stokehole just forward of amidship and, judging by the speed with which the cruiser sank, tore the bottom open. The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol 1, Issue 4, January 23, 1915
  • There's a smokehouse and a fresh fish counter, but the restaurant is the star. Times, Sunday Times
  • The highlight of dinner was the smokehouse board of delicious cured meats and devilled whitebait, 17. The Sun
  • I was up at 5:00 or 5:30 going out to the smokehouse for ham, cooking hominy grits, and making biscuits.
  • Caught unaware, the Ace fell once more into the Beast's whims as it quickly appeared before him and then grabbed the young man by the neck in a vicious chokehold.
  • The ancient art of smoking fish is still thriving in smokehouses around Britain.
  • Ai wish for yu teh same kind of good luck in future az Ai can has, okeh? Ai ‘spoze ur wundrin why - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • A man who had oozed smugness - a cokehead - a conspiracy theorist with paranoid tendencies. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE
  • A flash-roasted oyster appetizer, served on the half shell with bits of excellent smokehouse bacon and a jot of Gruyère cheese, was good enough to win friends in New Orleans, where fancy cooked oyster dishes are serious business.
  • The improvements were a good stone dwelling house, kitchen barn, stable, smokehouse, cornhouse and a stone smith shop. The Journal
  • The word “bokeh” pronounced as boh-keh comes from the Japanese word “boke” which means fuzziness. Great Guelph Photos and Cool Blog Links by Creative Guelphites
  • The Burren Smokehouse is a traditional smokehouse producing quality oak smoked Irish salmon, trout, mackerel and eel.
  • You're a fucking cokehead slut I hope you fucking die.
  • Take a paddleboat up the Chena River to an authentic Native village, where salmon, freshly caught in the fishing wheel, dry in the alder smokehouse.
  • The stokehold was one of three aboard the Prince Albert; there was a stokehold to serve each axle, and each hold contained two boilers. ANTI-ICE
  • Some meats hung in the smokehouse while others dried in the sun to create tasso, a seasoning ham. One Big Table
  • The firemen and other engine room and stokehold workers are located in rooms above the machinery with separate entrances and exits to and from their work. Marvels of Modern Science
  • It put the touch of home, swate home in the stokehole. Scene IV. The Hairy Ape
  • August 18, 2009 at 12:15 pm fankeez! ai iz okeh, butt ai takeing coarse awl summur, awlso riteing wyne texxt fur a e-cukbuk, adn kneaded tew faind sevrul moar ourz inna dey u r teh weakest link… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Despite Mildred's claims of sincerity, her aunt scornfully refers to her as ‘artificial’ in her social concern and a ‘poser’ in her expressed desire to find a ‘new thrill’ and ‘touch life’ by visiting the stokehole.
  • ‘Good reflexes; that's what all the professionals say,’ he answered, he voice steady as he absorbed the impact and grasped for a chokehold at her neck.
  • The process involves leaving fish fillets for 16 hours overnight in smokehouse chimneys rather than three hours in a kiln. Times, Sunday Times
  • So were all hands on board, when the news spread through the ship; and, on our reaching Mombassa late in the afternoon of the same day, steaming fifteen knots all the way, pretty nearly our full speed when the stokehold was not ` closed up, 'we found the _Merlin_ there before us, as the man on deck had told Larry and me in the morning. Young Tom Bowling The Boys of the British Navy
  • A host of additional outbuildings were discovered as well, including two dairies, a smokehouse, a granary, and two storehouses, all adjacent to the house.
  • There was some difficulty in recruiting a sufficient number of engineer officers, and of stokers who could manage the novel tubular boilers of the new battleships, and the fleet was undoubtedly handicapped by the inexperience of its engine-room and stokehold staff. Famous Sea Fights From Salamis to Tsu-Shima
  • ‘He jumped on the bear's back and gave it a chokehold,’ a police dispatcher said.
  • & Flettcher who hath the care of him hath prated that that Ile shall be called in our mappe Insula Endymione, but I have geuen order he shall hold his fooles tong lest he engender fear in the saylers, & Crokeham hath benn lain alone in Iota's cabin lest more talke betyde. The Life of the World to Come
  • To us who could go on deck when we wished it was bad enough, but to those poor fellows who had to swelter and toil in the stokehole it must have been very trying, though compared with what was yet to come this was a mere bagatelle. In Eastern Seas Or, the Commission of H.M.S. 'Iron Duke,' flag-ship in China, 1878-83
  • Still adjusting, I light-lunched on barramundi, the famed local perch, with a killer ocean view at Stokehouse, and then walked next door for a bracing salt massage at Lyi'Tya Spa Dreaming at the St. Kilda Sea Baths. Lea Lane: Only Have a Week? A Deluxe Quickie to Oz
  • There's an on-site smokehouse for the salmon, kippers, hams and haddock, and a neat kitchen garden. Times, Sunday Times
  • Stewart showed them how to slip a grip and how to break a chokehold, and that their canes might be their best bet for help. dispatch.com: RSS
  • The stokehold vent cover aft of the funnel is also completely gone, with no evidence pointing to any remains.
  • Japanese outfield hopeful So Taguchi could learn to say "chokehold" in English, USATODAY.com - Kile tragedy has somber effect on fun-loving team
  • The Generals lay their men out on white cloth, and put chokeholds on their hearts.
  • Tenants in the artisan area include patissiers, a microbrewery and a smokehouse. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hundreds morelabored outside the big house, in the kitchen and the smokehouse, the dairy and the stables, the grist mill and the lumbermill, at the cotton gin or in the fields. FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871
  • Kenny freed himself and came around me, with a wild glow in his eyes, to put me in a tight chokehold.
  • When the sack was empty, they had taken in a side of bacon, five bushels of Irish potatoes and four of sweet, a tin of baking powder, eight chickens, various baskets of squash and beans and okra, an old wheel and loom in need of minor repair, six bushels of shell corn, and enough split shakes to reroof the smokehouse. Cold Mountain
  • Brian Williams, women's self-defense instructor, demonstrates how to break a chokehold to Erin Clair, a sophomore and double major in pre-med physiology and anthropology. Arizona Daily Wildcat RSS
  • By the time I got a ringside seat, so to speak, I watched as she applied a chokehold on his neck and hear her tell him to open his hand.
  • Upone Crokeham have we set watch, as it is now nine o'clock at night & he waketh not, but lieth as dead still. The Life of the World to Come

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