"I cannot stay longer, sweet friends," quoth Little John, as he pushed in betwixt the two cobs, "therefore I wish you good den.
with heads bowed with shame, riding upon richly caparisoned cobs on the footpaths.
"'I want your cob,' said I (for I was on foot); 'I'm a starving Jack, and as I can't get a ship I'm going to take to the bush.'
"I told him that what I wanted was his cob, and that it was no use his trying to hoodwink me by pretending he was one of my sort, because I knew very well that he was not; at which he shrugged again, and slowly dismounted, after offering me his money, of which I took half.
"He turns his cob
's head and rides quietly after us just out of shot.
Swaying rhythmically with the ambling paces of his good little cob
, drinking in the warm yet fresh scent of the snow and the air, as he rode through his forest over the crumbling, wasted snow, still left in parts, and covered with dissolving tracks, he rejoiced over every tree, with the moss reviving on its bark and the buds swelling on its shoots.
This was disconcerting; for Joe being out, and Hugh engaged in rubbing down the chestnut cob
, he designed sending on the errand, Barnaby, who had just then arrived in one of his rambles, and who, so that he thought himself employed on a grave and serious business, would go anywhere.
This horse that had carried the sovereign at reviews in Russia bore him also here on the field of Austerlitz, enduring the heedless blows of his left foot and pricking its ears at the sound of shots just as it had done on the Empress' Field, not understanding the significance of the firing, nor of the nearness of the Emperor Francis' black cob
, nor of all that was being said, thought, and felt that day by its rider.
av li le omega cobs
a Serve the salmon with the salsa and a mon or lime wedge.
Very few people now use Welsh Cobs
for farming, however.
You know, the fantastic classic Mexican street snack elote loco: a grilled cob
slathered in mayo, rolled in cheese and sprinkled with ground chile and lime juice.
is that roadside delicacy that Man Chege, of Mei Roasts and Shoe Shine Services, sells at my matatu terminus.