But coe says that since she began treating soldiers in 2004, the stigma has not lessened "at all."
Charity coe's habit was self-denial; Kedzie's self-fostering, all-demanding.
I suggested that either one of the coe lads or Lama should go with him, to which he said "Bosh!"
West of this, coe and Ladd glaciers divide the north face with the Eliot.
But as for coe's plan, we weren't long kept waiting for what it was.
To emphasize her support, Mrs. Noxon insisted on Charity coe's coming to her as a house-guest for a week before the fte.
Man, you're right, Mr. coe; you have just put your finger on't.
Dr. Stookey was an alumnus of coe of the class of 1884, the first class to be graduated after coe became a college.
He will ever be cherished as the first president of coe College.
Charity coe Cheever was making less progress with her amateur movie-show than Kedzie with her professional cinematic career.
"hut built over a mine shaft," 1650s, from some source akin to Dutch kouw, German kaue in the same sense, from West Germanic *kauja-, an early borrowing of Latin cavea "hollow," from cavus "a hollow" (see cave (n.)).