And there was a famine in the land: and Abram went down into Egypt to sojourn there; for the famine was grievous in the land.
That blue-flowered piece was a dress I got the spring before Abram died.
Of the assurance here given him Abram was probably much in need when Lot had withdrawn with his flocks and servants.
And bless your soul, Abram got me and Sally Ann both app'inted.
We should endeavour to make peace; and referred to Abram endeavouring to remain at peace with Lot's herdsmen.
But when me and Abram married, neither one of us was thinkin' much about churches.
The woman was, as Prissy had assured Abram, “tickled to pieces.”
“Abram and I are so fond of omelette,” she said, as the egg-beater whirred.
What Mrs. Abram Pantin thought had come to mean a great deal to Mrs. Toomey.
Or would you have lettuce with roquefort cheese dressing, Abram?