If it is a young man, they should start with Oryx and crake.
In the level meadow from among the tall grasses and white-flowering wild parsley a landrail called 'crake, crake,' ceaselessly.
What great pomp and crake then is this they make of antiquity?
And when they are casten into the fyre they crake wonderfully.
Accepting the proffered service, the body was put on the mysterious animal's back, which carried it to crake Minster.
crake answers crake from the meadows as they have done through the night.
With bills under his arm and crake in hand, he went from house-row to house-row calling the miners out.
Two sounds are and have been heard all night—the ceaseless call of the crake and the not less ceaseless song of the sedge-bird.