Very valuable is the appendix to Mair
's translation (Oxford, 1908) on "The Farmer's Year in Hesiod".
"They were made for singing an' no for reading; but ye hae broken the charm now, an' they'll never be sung mair
"Your father was very fond of his meat, I mind; he was a hearty, if not a great eater; but as for me, I could never do mair
than pyke at food." He took a pull at the small beer, which probably reminded him of hospitable duties, for his next speech ran thus: "If ye're dry ye'll find water behind the door."
Bishopriggs, "looks with mair
indulgence at human frailty than my ain sel'.
Involved in a right race for the title, Mairs
separated himself from his rivals by capturing race one with favourite Tigger the Tiger, race three with another favourite Candy Con and race four with punters' choice Maxi's Taxi.
This is a firm that is punching above its weight with plans for continued organic expansion, but never at the expense of those founding principles, co-owner Susan Mairs
told The Journal.
In this excellent, subtle book Rachel Mairs
, one of the leading English-language scholars of Central Asia and northern India in the centuries after Alexander's conquests, effectively demonstrates the region's integration into the Hellenistic oikoumene and, even more, its particular contribution to scholarly understandings of cultural interaction, ethnic identity, and the nature and depth of the changes wrought by the Graeco-Macedonian conquest.
These concerns about wear and tear on the old structure spurred Mairs
to tone the place down.
admitted two charges of disorderly behaviour and one of assault and was given a suspended sentence.
traveled first to the Pacific Northwest and worked briefly fighting forest fires.
Prior to joining Clarke Mairs
, David spent nine years as a partner and later a commercial and corporate consultant at BHP Law.
says the duo set out to challenge what she calls the "macho adventure film genre."