How To Use Scull In A Sentence

  • Gwenhidwy likes to drink a lot, grain alcohol mostly, mixed in great strange mad-scientist concoctions with beef tea, grenadine, cough syrup, bitter belch-gathering infusions of blue scullcap, valerian root, motherwort and lady's-slipper, whatever's to hand really. Gravity's Rainbow
  • Scully: Do I detect a hint of negativity?
  • Be kind to the others, grab the fleck of riverweed, notice how beautifully your bug legs scull. Archive 2009-12-01
  • The reason a hurried "Oh, I hardly eat meat either" has become such a popular response to another's declaration of vegetarianism is usually not that we mean it, but that we now know enough about factory farming to want to stop Scully types from telling us any more. Nasty, Brutish, and Short
  • Kevin Wilkinson's simple metal dinghy, propelled by a single scull from a rowlock at the stern, maintains one of the oldest crossings of the Mersey – now transferred to the canal because the nearby river itself is bridged. Britain's Best Views: the Mersey ferry, Liverpool
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  • She revolutionised nursing by transforming what was regarded as the work of a chambermaid or scullion, into an occupation for caring and highly trained women.
  • This year he trained the light scull world champion Victoria Dimitrova as well as Neikova.
  • The other qualifiers yesterday were the men's quadruple sculls.
  • They also won silver in the men's pair and quadruple scull and bronze in the women's pair. The Sun
  • Officer Bud Walker said her capsized scull was found about 5: 30 p.m. near Fountainhead Regional Park. Fairfax County woman missing, last seen rowing boat in Occoquan Reservoir
  • Responding to the comments out-going Town Clerk Ger Scully said it was the second time he was departing from a position of town clerk.
  • Both genders compete in the single, double and quadruple scull. Times, Sunday Times
  • First up in the breezy but not overwhelmingly difficult conditions yesterday was Ian Lawson, in the men's single sculls.
  • Over the course of the seven years that follow, Dana Scully risks her life investigating alien abduction cases, murders committed by genetic mutants – like a man who eats livers and can stretch his body in improbable ways or a boy who is able to summon lightning or a giant flukeworm which has evolved to have a humanoid appearance – and serial killers, some of whom may be incarnations of the devil. Epinions Recent Content for Home
  • Note 15: One important collaborative effort in the eastern Transvaal is discussed in van der Merwe and Scully, "The Phalaborwa Story. Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
  • Including the women's double sculls final. Times, Sunday Times
  • And the idea of a day or two of not being the Captain (and First Mate, and deckhand, and cook, and scullery maid) of the Good Ship Our House is just so, so, so compelling. Guilt, Trip - Her Bad Mother
  • They also won silver in the men's pair and quadruple scull and bronze in the women's pair. The Sun
  • Including the women's double sculls final. Times, Sunday Times
  • Stiller and Cotterill gained selection after strenuous testing alongside the country's dozen best scullers in Britain, who had battled through 150 hopefuls in the Great Britain trials last autumn.
  • Success also came for Phil Stanley who won the novice sculls in confident style.
  • Time and again Mr. Casey introduces interesting people—the fellow who rowed so hard with him in the two-man master's scull that he ripped the tendon off his hip bone in mid-race; the young coed who accompanied him on a 50-kilometer, midnight hike to celebrate his 50th birthday; the fellow named Oscar who proved a rock when the going got tough in Outward Bound. Extracurricular Activities
  • SCULLY: Mulder disappeared in the Pacific Northwest.
  • The Carlow scullers did well with a good win for Claire Walsh in the Novice scull with wins over Commercial ‘B’ and Putney to reach the final and a convincing win against Commercial ‘A’.
  • Also racing in today's finals will be Scotland's Olympic silver medallist Katherine Grainger, who along with her Marlow and Leander crewmates, won the women's quadruple sculls yesterday.
  • All events start with heats and boats that do not progress automatically get a second chance through the repechage roundWho's hotBritish double sculls pair Anna Watkins and Katherine Grainger capped an unbeaten 2010 with world championship gold at Lake Karapiro in New Zealand. Watching the Olympic Games 2012: Rowing | Will O'Doherty
  • One day when the river burst its banks he ignored the school's evacuation plan, borrowed a scull and rowed away across the flooded fields. Times, Sunday Times
  • He almost ran down the hall, through the kitchen and into the little utility room that had once been a scullery.
  • She is also world champion and world recordholder for the women's arms-only single scull in rowing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Australia's top single sculler, Amber Halliday took off at a cracking pace.
  • The two friends had gone for a light row and were turning the double scull boat opposite the boat slip at the Rowing Club when Kieran became suddenly ill.
  • But they were all powerless to join me in my revels, victims of their own bad planning and a fundamental inability to shank, scull and top the ball with anything like my comfortable lack of effort.
  • The single sculls is a curious brotherhood. Times, Sunday Times
  • Many people say this and that about a queen and a king, but I think a king comes more natural to us English folks; and this good gentleman goes as often down by water to Greenwich, and employs as many of the barge-men and water-men of all kinds; and maintains, in his royal grace, John Taylor, the water-poet, who keeps both a sculler and a pair of oars. The Fortunes of Nigel
  • Fortunately for her, there lay, just off and behind the kitchen, a roomy scullery, where most of the dirty, and what may be called the smelly, work connected with cooking was done. Good Old Anna
  • Of course being in the scullery is much better than being tied up.
  • A green turtle sculled towards us, stopping only a metre away.
  • By concentrating on the sculls and not breathing, the sculls become faster with more power output.
  • They also won silver in the men's pair and quadruple scull and bronze in the women's pair. The Sun
  • Coracles are paddled, or more correctly sculled, not to the stern but rather toward the bow using a figure-eight stroke.
  • This vertical sculling drill is a brave way if you're injured.
  • Old Swan, and there to Michell and staid while he and she dressed themselves, and here had a 'baiser' or two of her, whom I love mightily; and then took them in a sculler (being by some means or other disappointed of my own boat) to W.ite Hall, and so with them to W.stminster, Sir W. Coventry, Bruncker and I all the morning together discoursing of the office business, and glad of the Controller's business being likely to be put into better order than formerly, and did discourse of many good things, but especially of having something done to bringing the Surveyor's matters into order also. Diary of Samuel Pepys — Volume 49: January 1666-67
  • Up betimes, and leaving my wife to go by coach to hear Mr. Frampton preach, which I had a mighty desire she should, I down to the Old Swan, and there to Michell and staid while he and she dressed themselves, and here had a 'baiser' or two of her, whom I love mightily; and then took them in a sculler (being by some means or other disappointed of my own boat) to White Hall, and so with them to Diary of Samuel Pepys — Complete 1667 N.S.
  • Kevin Wilkinson's simple metal dinghy, propelled by a single scull from a rowlock at the stern, maintains one of the oldest crossings of the Mersey – now transferred to the canal because the nearby river itself is bridged. Britain's Best Views: the Mersey ferry, Liverpool
  • With their $11 tax cut they can look forward to being able to splash out on the corkage at Scully's.
  • A naturally gifted sportswoman, she became a proficient sculler, horsewoman, and mountaineer, and even mastered billiards.
  • On Saturday, July 30, Dr. Johnson and I took a sculler at the The Life of Samuel Johnson LL.D.
  • Both genders compete in the single, double and quadruple scull. Times, Sunday Times
  • Scully was the radio announcer for the Los Angeles Dodgers' games before moving to network television.
  • Dan Clarke of York City sculled well to win both novice single and double sculls, where he was joined by this year's captain Dan Beaumont.
  • On the 22nd June the Chamberlain was instructed to prepare with all convenient speed four dozen good _splentes_ and as many good _sallettes_ or _sculles_ for the city’s use, and to cause a bowyer to "peruse" the city’s bows and to put them in such good order that they might be serviceable when required. ( London and the Kingdom - Volume I
  • It is a remarkable record, made all the more fascinating by the indefinables of the double sculls, where success is born out of technical refinement and also an intangible athletic bond, an ability to row and react with double‑skulled synchronicity. Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins ready to put chemistry to the test
  • In any case... here was not a man to beg a scullion 's place from a castle cook. THE CURSE OF CHALION
  • Visit www.bt.com/london2012Zac PurchaseGreat Britain Born 2 May 1986Rowing Lightweight double scullsZac and his sculls partner Mark Hunter won Olympic gold in Beijing and are favourites to win again this year. Introducing the Guardian's Olympic Diarists
  • A single scull boat for men. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both fell to the ground; one of them tripped over a kerbstone, fell backwards, fractured his scull and died shortly afterwards.
  • In fact she dragged him into what she called her scullery (do they still exist?) and proceeded to scrub behind his ear with said scullery brush. British Blogs
  • Dick Gradley sculled well to win men's veteran H handicapped sculls in 17-59.
  • Though stationary, they keep up a constant sculling or waving motion with their fins, which is exceedingly graceful, and expressive of their humble happiness; for unlike ours, the element in which they live is a stream which must be constantly resisted. A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
  • Both genders compete in the single, double and quadruple scull. Times, Sunday Times
  • He lit a pool of paraffine on the scullery floor, and instantly The History of Mr. Polly
  • Does he call our scullery-maids and stable-boys "representative American middle class? The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10
  • York City Rowing Club's scullers had a field day harvesting trophies at Ancholme Head of the River in Lincolnshire.
  • The club also despatched a small squad of rowers and scullers to Turin to compete in the Campionato Italiano Gran Fondo ñ D' Inverno Sul Po 2005.
  • A single scull boat for men. Times, Sunday Times
  • Britain's women's quadruple sculls hopefuls have a week to focus on gold after qualifying with ease for next Sunday's final.
  • If you're feeling anxious and agitated, try a nervine such as avena, scullcap, or valerian.
  • One day when the river burst its banks he ignored the school's evacuation plan, borrowed a scull and rowed away across the flooded fields. Times, Sunday Times
  • They did not qualify, however, because the Scouts' canoes were not the sculling skiffs required by the rules.
  • Wins silver medal in the quadruple sculls. Times, Sunday Times
  • Straight ahead was the old kitchen and behind the scullery. COFFIN IN FASHION
  • As our family grew we'd hired more servants so that now we had a parlourmaid, two housemaids, two kitchenmaids, a scullerymaid, Mrs. Benson, Mr. Richards and the cook.
  • As they continued down the corridor, they came upon a scullery maid curled up beside her mop and bucket. WATER BOOK TWO: REUNION
  • Away, you scullion! you rampallian! you fustilarian! Act II. Scene I. The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth
  • The single scull boat for women where the athlete only has full movement in arms and shoulders. Times, Sunday Times
  • The single scull boat for women where the athlete only has full movement in arms and shoulders. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thus at Gravesend a sculler requires a shilling for going less way than he would row in The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon
  • The first two were important in providing Australians with a sense of pride in the progress of the colonies, measured by the success of cricketers and scullers in international competition.
  • The race ended in a dead heat so the scullers had to re-row and Lyon lost by ½ a length.
  • The vice-president of the club, Bhavani Shankar, said the club had been changing its style of boat race training from traditional boats to sculls.
  • This week I would ask readers to take a look around Kilmead and maybe have a wander up around the Moat of Ardscull.
  • And Sculley was determined to be known as the architect of that vision.
  • There were domestic service agencies all over England who supplied scullery maids, kitchen maids, parlour maids, chambermaids, cooks general, cooks, butlers, housekeepers, nannies and companions.
  • As a single sculler you do spend a lot of time on your own, you do have to be highly motivated. What I do on Christmas Day when the rest of the country is having fun
  • The single sculls is a curious brotherhood. Times, Sunday Times
  • Anne Homa won women's S1 single sculls and Anna Mahlamaki won women's novice sculls in her first race in a sculling boat despite clipping the bank a few times.
  • Single sculler Jennifer Devine finished second in her prelim to advance. USATODAY.com - Athens Watch: Tuesday, Aug. 17
  • Sean Scully is one senior abstract painter whose work is both personal and ostentatious.
  • Scully's mind immediately searched through her long memory, calculating.
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  • The scullery maids fell asleep over the washing up. The laundry maid fell asleep while they dusted, polished and prepared for the party.
  • Simon sculled and sculled until it felt like his arms would fall off. Some Assembly Required
  • As well as traditional rowing oars and sculls, they manufacture oars for surf boat rowing, and transatlantic teams.
  • She also noticed how quiet Thomasina in the scullery had become. A SHRINE OF MURDERS
  • ‘You're a natural,’ said Coach Paul as I sculled for the first time in my life.
  • She followed that with World Cup gold in the women's quadruple scull in Poznan and a silver in the same boat in Munich with substitute Sarah Winckless on board.
  • Nearly every exercise class you can think of is offered here, and you can also hike, canoe, scull and kayak.
  • Ann Homa, of York City, sculled well to win both women's senior class one and veteran class B sculls.
  • Using a magnifying glass, Scully studied the substance, probing delicately to inspect its material properties. THE X FILES 3: GROUND ZERO
  • Sonia is the first kiwi competing on the first full day of competition in Athens, rowing in her single sculls heat around early Saturday evening.
  • The event, sponsored by Henri Lloyd, also includes women's and men's sculls, novice races and dragon boat racing.
  • Cllr Dalton was congratulated by his fellow members on the council who were also quick to commiserate with Cllr Scully for the manner in which he lost out.
  • As a rower on the 2000 U.S. Olympic team, Nuzum managed an eighth-place finish in the heavyweight double sculls in the Sydney Games.
  • Uh, Dana Scully, someone has stolen your schtick is screwing it up badly! In Case You Missed It: Warehouse 13
  • And Scully's scumbled paint handling, rapid overpainting that blurs edges and suggests that we can see into layers of paint, moves us still further away from the stasis of perfect geometry.
  • He banged about in the scullery, hunting for wire.
  • John Sculley was now in charge of Apple, which essentially meant that he was in charge of Macintosh.
  • But therein lies another source of discord, with the top Scottish scullers and rowers being forced to live and train in England.
  • Scully relates his own experience with post-fight disfigurement.
  • The unique feature of this concept is that the eight and the quadruple sculls will be raced by mixed crews made up of men and women.
  • The scullery windows were steamed up and the old woman was boiling tatties and Brussels sprouts. LOOKING FOR THE SPARK
  • On him hi scullen finden alþat man mai to lesten hali boc hi sculle i {} seon. al þat hi her nusten Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts
  • Jimmy popped into the scullery then to turn the mutton chops in the pan in the gas oven.
  • The single sculls is a curious brotherhood. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is especially surprised by the fact that the scullion, who was the instigator of this crime, is not punished, in contrast to the harsh punishment suffered by the woman he seduced.
  • On the mirror-like surface of this pond at midday, as it seemed (the scene in the novel takes place at stormy night, and still-stormy early dawn), Maggie sculled her way to the mill.
  • In the scullery, at the end further from the main building, was a small hobbed grate. Ambrotox and Limping Dick
  • Sculley envisions some sort of wearable, always-on wireless connections that haven't been invented yet.
  • After we had all got ourselves into our lovely smelling kit, our training cox Rachel gave a talk about safety and then taught us how to pick up an eight scull boat and put it in the river.
  • Sean Scully is one senior abstract painter whose work is both personal and ostentatious.
  • This overriding interest suggests that you're probably on your way to being an outstanding sculler.
  • More than 50 cases have been reported since its first description by Kariminejad and Scully.1 However, only 5 cases were reported to be malignant, with metastases found in the omentum, liver, or lung.
  • The cottage is entered through a scullery that has a window overlooking the back yard.
  • His sculling rhythm is terrific.
  • Away, you scullion! you rampallian! you fustilarian! Act II. Scene I. The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth
  • A fancy 'dory' for two pairs of sculls, in which I sometimes go out with my young folks. Authors and Friends
  • The closest we ever seem to come is the Mulder and Scully clones populating TV, the mystical touchy-feely men paired with hard-bitten rational women. Emasculation not required at SF Novelists
  • Still, in the formative years of Macintosh, Sculley was actively remaking Apple into a large and successful company.
  • One of the day's most dramatic races came in the final of the women's quadruple sculls.
  • After all, Scully is one of those uncompromising painters who long ago hit on an aesthetic riff: there's the bold arrangements of vertical and horizontal bars, the earthy, muted and melancholic colours, and the soft-edged and seductive brushwork. This week's new exhibitions
  • The Queensland crew was stroked by World Junior Silver medallist in the single scull Eugene Arendsen.
  • In the women's single sculls, the heats were won by Yoon Hui Lee and Chien Ju Chiang.
  • The single scull boat for women where the athlete only has full movement in arms and shoulders. Times, Sunday Times
  • When they returned to their table, Scully sat down, reaching across the table to pick up her pint of dark malty stout. THE X FILES 3: GROUND ZERO
  • Then the Governor’s wife arose and stripped her of her jewels and silken raiment and, clothing her in petticoat-trousers of sack-cloth and a shift of hair-cloth, sent her down into the kitchen and made her a scullery-wench, saying, The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • 'cellmate' in their statements when this controversy first arose so why did Scull not say something then instead of allowing this controversy to linger on. Slugger O'Toole
  • Simon sculled and came upon a slick about ten feet wide. Some Assembly Required
  • A 3,000-meter rowing course with submersible lane markers is laid out on the Lower Otay Lake to accommodate athletes training in sweeps and sculls.
  • We went back to the tourist slope and I let her glide, cautioning her to hold both alulae open with her thumbs for more lift at slow speeds, while barely sculling with her fingers. The Past Through Tomorrow
  • With all saurian ceremony, Menes was sculled over to found a city in about 3000 BC that would worship crocodiles, a city that under Ptolemy II was christened Crocodopolis. Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile
  • A mixed double scull boat in which the athletes can only use shoulders, trunk and arms. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dr. Lao-Hong felt a pang of pride for his sturdy countrymen as they deftly sculled the sampan out into the middle of the drifting fleet of waiting boats. In The Shadow of The Cypress
  • LAKE WHEELER -- On a chilly, sun-splashed spring afternoon, young rowers hefted spindly-looking boats called sculls into this old city reservoir and, with power and grace, oared their way across the wind-rippled water, gliding past the occasional bass boat or canoe. NewsObserver.com - Home
  • A huge fireplace dominates this unused room while a tiny scullery is packed with old appliances.
  • One day when the river burst its banks he ignored the school's evacuation plan, borrowed a scull and rowed away across the flooded fields. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both genders compete in the single, double and quadruple scull. Times, Sunday Times
  • I sculled the dinghy in through the entrance to the harbour and in among the yachts moored there in rows; Tern IV was there, and Coral, I remember. Movie Night
  • He sets his kingdom up to the best bidder, like some scullion farrier selling a glandered horse. The White Company
  • In modern terms this is called double sculls, where each rower has two oars apiece.
  • A naturally gifted sportswoman, she became a proficient sculler, horsewoman, and mountaineer, and even mastered billiards.
  • I made all square and got the dinghy up, and sculled ashore with Mollie to the steps. Movie Night
  • Watkins and Grainger are seriously good: described by one journalist as "the Usain Bolts" of the women's double sculls, they are still unbeaten more than a year into their partnership. Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins ready to put chemistry to the test
  • He considered becoming a sculler (much as Redgrave had once desired) and even bought a house at Banyoles in Spain, where the 1992 Olympics were to be held, but without a sponsor the plan was curtailed and he was soon lost to rowing. Andy Holmes obituary
  • Scully's architectonic, and often heroic, compositions are not, it turns out, purely formal.
  • He barked so long, so loud, and so furiously, running 'round and' round the cart and under it and yelping at every turn, that a slatternly scullery maid opened a door and angrily bade him "no 'to deave folk wi' 'is blatterin'. Greyfriars Bobby
  • With all saurian ceremony, Menes was sculled over to found a city in about 3000 BC that would worship crocodiles, a city that under Ptolemy II was christened Crocodopolis. Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile
  • Mr. Scully had a brand-new blue coat and brass buttons, buff waistcoat, white kerseymere tights, pumps with large rosettes, and pink silk stockings. The Bedford-Row Conspiracy
  • I'm sure that many will agree with me when I say that Mulder and Scully are the ship to end all ships.
  • Intriguingly there are three generations of kitchens and sculleries. Times, Sunday Times
  • A mixed double scull boat in which the athletes can only use shoulders, trunk and arms. Times, Sunday Times
  • The single scull boat for women where the athlete only has full movement in arms and shoulders. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was bored, and those silly ninnies you call scullery maids are no fun at all.
  • Gwenhidwy likes to drink a lot, grain alcohol mostly, mixed in great strange mad-scientist concoctions with beef tea, grenadine, cough syrup, bitter belch-gathering infusions of blue scullcap, valerian root, motherwort and lady's-slipper, whatever's to hand really. Gravity's Rainbow
  • John Sculley hoped to boost short-term profits by pricing it at $ 2, 495.
  • Small, roll-up curtains reveal four colorful rooms behind the facade, one each for the preening stepsisters Clorinda and Tisbe downstairs, and two upstairs for their harrumphing father Don Magnifico, the down-at-heel Baron of Montefiascone, while sweet and sprightly Angelina gets the cinders and the scullery in the middle. 'La Cenerentola' Sparkles on the Paris Stage
  • She was hale and hearty when she attracted the recent party and all the Scully family wish her health and happiness for the future.
  • They also won silver in the men's pair and quadruple scull and bronze in the women's pair. The Sun
  • This meant that the junior men's and junior women's quadruple sculls, together with three final races in the Japan Cup, were not held.
  • A mixed double scull boat in which the athletes can only use shoulders, trunk and arms. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you eliminate the timing between the sculls and the kick, you are not swimming the same stroke.
  • Kahn scholars and students would have been better served by republishing Scully's text rather than this pot-boiler.
  • An even worse result was carded by Jamaluddin, who only managed to finish fifth in the men's lightweight singles sculls event, recording a time of 7: 27.80.
  • Other bloggers, such as Mojon and Azhder, reacted with lascivious humor, inviting the media to republish their posts about a discovery of a sexy photo of Alexander's seventh grade math teacher taken with his iPhone Ancient [MKD], and finding of the two sculls of King Marko [MKD]. Global Voices in English » Macedonia: Alexander the Great as Media Bait
  • Pearce let them pass and then sculled to victory, much to the delight of the Dutch onlookers. Would modern Olympians do the same?
  • It traces from Norman times into Victorian, although its definition of ‘servant’ is rather broad, seemingly from the lowest scullion to the Queen Elizabeth's Chief Gentlewoman, Blanch Parry.
  • Powerful sideway scullingmovements of the tail can propel it through water at considerable speed when necessary.
  • Beyond the cinder-block building were racks of sculls—those long, thin boats for rowing races—and a pier with floating docks attached. Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear
  • John Sculley hoped to boost short-term profits by pricing it at $ 2, 495.
  • More recently Holmes had been a coach and a competitive sculler. Double Olympic gold medal winner Andy Holmes dies
  • Including the women's double sculls final. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such a fish! ten times as big as the biggest trout, and a hundred times as big as Tom, sculling up the stream past him, as easily as Tom had sculled down. The Water Babies
  • He has supported his wife, Sonia, in her successful quest to qualify a single sculls boat for the Athens Olympics.
  • Oh, and Scully had a kid who could move things around with his mind, a plot device I haven't seen since Bewitched.
  • Greatly curious, the American fishermen lifted anchor and sculled over with oars.
  • Osyth's long-delayed release of the woman has nothing to do with the length of the woman's punishment, but rather with the death of the scullion, Osyth's rival for the woman's fealty.
  • That final count saw Behan, Clear, Callaghan, Scully and Power elected without having reached the quota of 691 votes on Sunday evening.
  • Simnel, a mere pawn, was pardoned and set to work as a scullion in the royal kitchens, living out the rest of his life in safe obscurity.
  • Shew's capsized scull was found near Fountainhead Regional Park, police said. Search continues for missing boater
  • Joe Lyon sculled his best race of the season so far by winning men's junior 16 single sculls in 16-00.
  • It was whitewashed and had two bedrooms upstairs and a sitting room downstairs, plus a sort of kitchen and a little scullery.
  • Johnston saw off fierce competition from hopefuls from all over the country, including scullers from Henley, Headington and other prestigious rowing clubs and schools.
  • As our family grew we'd hired more servants so that now we had a parlourmaid, two housemaids, two kitchenmaids, a scullerymaid, Mrs. Benson, Mr. Richards and the cook.
  • Aquil Abdullah and Henry Nuzum recovered from a slow start with a powerful rally in rowing's double sculls, inching into third place to qualify for the final. USATODAY.com - Athens Watch: Wednesday, Aug. 18
  • A long silence followed which was finally broken by Scully.
  • Joe Fricker sculled confidently to win Senior 1 and 3 single sculls.
  • Scull is using jailhouse informants to testify that Wooten confessed to them.
  • There are the inevitable baking ovens beside powerful chimney stacks and meat hooks hanging from kitchen and scullery ceilings.
  • An alle mine iliue {;}   þe ich iluued habbe. bi dæie no bi nihtes {;}   ne sæh ich nauere ær swulche cnihtes. for eouwer cume {n} ich æm bliðe {;} ⁊ mid me ȝe sculle {n} bilæfuen. Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts
  • Not to be outdone by the girls, the men's senior sculler won two events.
  • Each boat contains a crew of two and each crew rows an identical 7.1 metre boat that includes two sliding seats and the same sculling oars as used in standard rowing boats.

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