How absurd these pompous images look, of defunct majesties, for whom no breathing soul cares a halfpenny!
Ex-procureurs of the defunct Parliament carefully hoarded all that remained of the Champagne formerly lavished upon them by their ex-clients; whilst the latter had to content themselves with tea at London and beer at Coblenz.
To take charge of all these, Jehan le Breton, the defunct prelate's assistant butler, was retained by the executors for half a year, at the wages of 74 sols or 3s.
However, the TFG continues to face violent resistance from extremist elements, such as the al-Shabaab militia previously affiliated with the now-defunct CIC.
Fortunately for Lit'uania the political foresight and energy of her defunct Grand Duke had descended in full measure upon one at least of his sons, Olgerd of Vitebsk.
His brother Glieb, decoyed from his principality of Mourom by a feigned message from his defunct father, was waylaid while travelling down the Dniepr and met the same doom--shared also in the attendant glory of subsequent canonisation.
About midnight we presented ourselves at the portals of that virtuous butdefunct institution, and were refused a box on the plea of inebriation.
As a punishment, the cat, as applied in prisons, is not to be compared to its defunct namesake in the army or navy.
Valenzuela was in fact one of the chief movers of the rebellion; this was confessed by Domingo Franco, the late president of the then defunct Liga Filipina.
Kalayaan purported to be and was always considered as the soul of the defunct Solidaridad (see note 24).
Such was he who fairly frightened Hogarth himself, by assuming the face of the defunct Fielding!
From these defunct illuminati originated the suppositionary virtues of the magically-endowed divining wand.
And Annersley plodded to the yard, picked up the defunctrooster and entered the cabin.