ELMS


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ELMSEncyclopedia of Lesbian Movie Scenes
ELMSE-Academy License Management System
ELMSEnvironment and Land Management Sector (SADC)
ELMSElectrical Load Management System
ELMSElkridge Landing Middle School (Elkridge, MD)
ELMSEast Liverpool Middle School (East Liverpool, Ohio)
ELMSEast Lee Middle School (Sanford, NC)
ELMSEarth Limb Measurement System
ELMSElectronic Logistic Management System
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Excuse me my Sophia for having thus unwillingly offended you--" replied I--and then changing the conversation, desired her to admire the noble Grandeur of the Elms which sheltered us from the Eastern Zephyr.
replied she pointing to a neat Building which rose up amidst the grove of Elms and which I had not before observed--) I agreed and we instantly walked to it--we knocked at the door--it was opened by an old woman; on being requested to afford us a Night's Lodging, she informed us that her House was but small, that she had only two Bedrooms, but that However we should be wellcome to one of them.
Immediately after the service Father Sergius, having pronounced the benediction on those present, went over to the bench under the elm tree at the entrance to the cave.
The merchant, having seated Father Sergius on the bench under the elm, took on himself police duties and drove the people off very resolutely.
She sat in the quiet doorway, shaded from the little Riverboro world by the overhanging elms.
The doctor put the lantern at the head of the grave and came and sat down with his back against one of the elm trees.
Only a week before the blow fell she, happening to raise her eyes from the paper, saw two figures seated on the grass under the shade of the elms.
We had driven up in a dogcart, and my client led me away at once, without our entering the house, to the scar on the lawn where the elm had stood.
Sometimes I went south to visit our German neighbours and to admire their catalpa grove, or to see the big elm tree that grew up out of a deep crack in the earth and had a hawk's nest in its branches.
Mattie sat perfectly still, but as they reached the bend at the foot of the hill, where the big elm thrust out a deadly elbow, he fancied that she shrank a little closer.
It had a wooden sound and seemed to come from above, and she looked up in time to see an elm tree stretching out its arms and yawning.
The street is Pyncheon Street; the house is the old Pyncheon House; and an elm-tree, of wide circumference, rooted before the door, is familiar to every town-born child by the title of the Pyncheon Elm.