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PARKPhotoastigmatic Refractive Keratectomy
PARKPlano Amateur Radio Klub (Texas)
PARKPortable Access Rights Key (telephony)
PARKPhosphatidic Acid-Regulated Protein Kinase
PARKPartnership in Accessible Research and Knowledge (est. 2002; UK)
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"Ulla, ulla, ulla, ulla," cried the voice, coming, as it seemed to me, from the district about Regent's Park. The desolating cry worked upon my mind.
I always thought ill of people at home who trimmed their shrubbery into pyramids and squares and spires and all manner of unnatural shapes, and when I saw the same thing being practiced in this great park I began to feel dissatisfied.
"You didn't--that is to say you didn't mention the Park particularly," he admitted.
According to her prognostications, I found Miss Murray in her favourite field just without the park; and, unfortunately, not alone; for the tall, stately figure of Mr.
But if we could dodge those dreary seats she longed to see me try my luck, and I sought to exclude them from the picture by drawing maps of London with Hyde Park left out.
Gilbert and Anne loitered a little behind the others, enjoying the calm, still beauty of the autumn afternoon under the pines of the park, on the road that climbed and twisted round the harbor shore.
Look ye, sir,' resumed he, turning to his other neighbour, and pointing past me with his umbrella, 'that's the Hall: grand park, you see, and all them woods - plenty of timber there, and lots of game.
We then took half-an-hour's walk in the park, as we were accustomed to do, before breakfasting at the chateau.
Dalroy had come down, it seemed, to snuff up the scent of a scandal which might very well end in the Divorce Court, but which was at present hovering between Grey Cottage and Pendragon Park.
Meanwhile, here I am, established at Blackwater Park, "the ancient and interesting seat" (as the county history obligingly informs me) "of Sir Percival Glyde, Bart.," and the future abiding-place
Yes, certainly, the sun shines, and the park looks very cheerful.
But his horse turned in through the park gate and began the old familiar nocturnal round.