He was blessed by the bishops and shorn, clad in the garb of a monk and sent to the Monastery of corbie.
“corbie messenger,” a messenger who either returns not at all, or too late.
When the corbie is from home, it's like to be an ill day for wee lame lammies!
There seemed to be no end of things corbie could do with that beak of his.
Get along with your criticism, Tom—and don't laugh, hang it, don't laugh—but who told you that a corbie cannot?
corbie's father and mother were among them, and corbie's two brothers and two sisters.
Many are there who come to corbie to touch it, that they may be healed of their infirmities.
The French army soon came in its turn to besiege and retake corbie.
Like the fox, the dog, and the corbie, they frequently concealed their stolen articles in the earth.
He joined the convent of corbie, and there he had another vision and ecstasy.