Birdseye walked away with a personal profit of about $1 million and an annual salary of $50,000 to continue his experiments.
And that was what Birdseye wanted to do; his interest in fast-freezing was as a means to an end.
Miss Birdseye had been watching her blue car, the advance of which was temporarily obstructed.
These forms of wood are known as Birdseye, curly, and blister maple.
Before parting, we will give three cheers for our dear friend, guide and well-wisher, Colonel Birdseye Maple.
Laura's meek answer was, "Yes, Miss Birdseye; will you walk in?"
The figure is as handsome as in eastern maple, but Birdseye is less frequent.
Carrying a small handbag, Mr. Birdseye approached and hailed him.
The bishop's house was situated about half a mile from the college on Birdseye Avenue, the principal residence street of Warwick.
At first glance Mr. Birdseye told himself he was in the right car.