In the visitor's book at crome Ivor had left, according to his invariable custom in these cases, a poem.
What an apostrophe is that to old crome at the end of the twenty-first chapter!
crome was its president and the largest contributor to its annual exhibitions.
He had never been to crome before; she showed him round the house.
He put on his brakes; this view of crome was pleasant to linger over.
There had been much talk in crome about the proposed War Memorial.
crome, more fortunate than many of his fellows, contrived to make his escape out of the kingdom.
But the souls of the faithful at crome were made of india-rubber, solid rubber; the flail rebounded.
There was no sign of any of the other guests; everybody was always late at crome.
Permanence, transience—Sir Ferdinando and his privies were gone, crome still stood.