Buckland present to defend the 'Diluvialists,' as conybeare styles his sect; and us he terms 'Fluvialists.'
Good-bye, Alice; conybeare and I will look in on you after our dinner.
The verse of conybeare and the disquisitions of Price would have completed this cycle of our ancient poetry.
conybeare let his eye travel slowly down a reach of the Thames.
But Tindal had the honour of calling forth a still stronger adversary than conybeare.
It is, manifestly, the magnesian limestone of conybeare and Phillips, or muschelkalk of the Germans.
"Lady conybeare said that simply no one was coming to-morrow night," she said.
The Cædmonian authorship was defended in the early part of the nineteenth century by conybeare and Thorpe.
conybeare did not translate the episode of the swimming-match.
By conybeare it was thought, in its present shape, to be the work of the bards about Canute's court.