2 edition of "Dot-and-go-one" found in the catalog.
M. Blanche Hayward
Illustrations signed J.F.W., (=J.F. Weedon?), and Ferrier.
|Statement||by M. Blanche Hayward.|
|Contributions||J.F.W. (illustrator), Ferrier (engraver), W., J. F. (illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190p., plates :|
|Number of Pages||190|
"Poor Poll" is a poem written by Robert Bridges in , and first collected in his book New Verse (). The poem is the first example of Bridges' Neo-Miltonic Syllabics. "Poor Poll" was composed at the same time as T. S. Eliot was writing The Waste Land. Both Eliot and Bridges were searching  for a medium which would allow the incorporation of a wide variety of material. Bell, Book, And Candle. Giphy. But in the nineteenth century, "dot and go one," was a swear hurled at person doing an inferior job of something, as noted in .
" Dot and go One "—no, see Dot, and go several times again to see our Johnnie Toole at his own Theatre, before he leaves for the Antipodes. The good old farce of Toole in the Pigskin is well-mounted, and is, of course, one of the pieces on which he will rely, as especially appropriate to Horse-tralia. Preložiť slovo „dot-and-go-one“ z angličtiny do slovenčiny. Obsah slovníka je chránený autorským zákonom. Prepis, šírenie či ďaľšie sprístupnenie obsahu alebo jeho časti verejnosti, a to akýmkoľvek spôsobom, je bez predchádzajúceho súhlasu uvedených autorov zakázané.
scout, old "Dot and go one," as he was called from his woden leg, in vain essayed to detain him. Up went Mr. Bulstead. two Bteps at a time to the second floor, where, above the left-dan d door, appeared, in white letters upon a black ground, his own name. He knocked sharply, and hardly waiting for some one within to utter what might or might. The margin states that this book covers the period to The one experiment referred to is a comparative test between three locomotives, carried out on the Leeds and Manchester Railway, and occupied 5 days; viz., November 10th to 14th, so she went "dot and go one" when nearly shut off. She was awfully rough to ride on, in spite of.
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Q From C Sullivan: I was re-reading Treasure Island the other day, and there’s a line in it in which a character says his pulse went dot and carry one, seeming to mean in context, “skipped a beat”.Can you tell me more about the origin and usage of this phrase — the only other reference I could dig up online involved an old pulp fiction hero nicknamed Dot-and-Carry-One because he had an.
'Dot-and-go-one' by M. Blanche Hayward,Religious Tract Society edition, in EnglishPages: (A). An infant just beginning to toddle; one who limps in walking; a person who has one leg Dot-and-go-one book than the other.
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. OED has 'dot and go one' - 2. dot and go one. An expression representing the limp of a person lame of one leg, or who has a wooden leg which makes a 'dot' on the ground for each step that the other goes. Used subst. for the action, and for the person; and.
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Dot and Go One To waddle: generally applied to persons who have one leg shorter than the other, and who, as the sea phrase is, go upon an uneven keel. Also a jeering appellation for an inferior writing-master, or teacher of arithmetic.
Appears Dot-and-go-one book 26 books from Page - as stiff* as the other's tree one — Loftus Gray with a gash in the lip, and minus a portion of one heel, which made him march to the tune of dot and go one — Smith with a shot in the ankle — Eeles minus a thumb — Johnston, in addition to other shot holes 3/5(1).
Howdy do. We've made some software and firmware updates to give you more control over your robot: When the robot is powered off, plugging in a charging cable will no longer cause it. A dot-and-go-one is slang for someone with a limp due to an injury. The one in the story is faking his injury because he "disencumbered himself of his timber.
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[SJk/Jcp ijour head apprchensirelij. Now Ro})er, it hapi)ened, was under a cloud. • "Dick Dot-and-Go-One," according to Francis Grose's Dictionary, is a nickname for people who have one leg shorter than the other, who tend to "waddle." • Twain's use of yokel in this chapter is an anachronism.
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No, Tom’s life went along well enough, especially in summer. He only begged just enough to save himself, for the laws against mendicancy were stringent, and the penalties heavy; so he put in a good deal of his time listening to good Father Andrew’s charming old tales and legends about giants and fairies, dwarfs and genii, and enchanted castles, and gorgeous kings and princes.
Dot and Go One To waddle: generally applied to persons who have one leg shorter than the other, and who, as the sea phrase is, go upon an uneven keel.
Also a jeering appellation for an inferior writing-master, or teacher of arithmetic. Double To tip any one the double; to run away in his or her debt. Double Jugg A man's backside. Full stop, also called period in American English, used as a sentence terminator and as a decimal mark (decimal point) in numerals .; Interpunct (), between words, also called middle dot or centered yphic characters include: dot operator, used as notation for multiplication ().
Dot-and-go-One disencumbered himself of his timber leg and took his place, upon sound and healthy limbs, beside his fellow-rascal; then they roared out a rollicking ditty, and were reinforced by the whole crew, at the end of each stanza, in a rousing chorus. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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A school where boys were taken in and done for by a Mr. Squeers, a puffing, ignorant, over-bearing brute, who starved them and taught them nothing. (Dickens: Nicholas Nickleby.) It is said that Mr. Squeers is a caricature of Mr.
Shaw, a Yorkshire schoolmaster; but Mr. And whenever East comes in, you should see him hop off to the window, dot and go one, though Harry wouldn't touch a feather of him now." Arthur laughed.
"Old Gravey has a good memory, he can't forget the sieges of poor Martin's den in old times.".Book Club RIVERS RUN BY KEVIN PARR Published by Rider/Penguin Random CGA Book Club price £ – inc postage (rrp £) Rivers Run is a love letter to Britain’s rivers and.at the dot Right on time. Exactly at the appointed time.
Similar to the phrase "on the dot." I'll be on time, I swear! I'll be there at 9 o'clock at the dot! See also: dot be off (one's) dot To be crazy or mentally unsound; to be extremely foolish or foolhardy.
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