Let Dr. anna shaw enter the same field and she will gather blossoms of thought faster than you can store them away in your mind.
Then turning to anna shaw, she said with emotion, "I think it is the most beautiful monument in the whole world."
anna shaw said that in all her years of preaching and lecturing she had never been so exhausted as at the close of that canvass.
Another large apartment was appropriated to Rev. anna shaw and her secretary.
Rev. anna shaw spoke every night during the campaign, except the one month when she returned East to fill engagements.
"strip of wood forming the border of a field," 1570s, from Old English sceaga "copse," cognate with North Frisian skage "farthest edge of cultivated land," Old Norse skage "promontory," and perhaps with Old English sceaga "rough matted hair" (see shag (n.)). The Old English word also is the source of the surname Shaw (attested from late 12c.) and its related forms.