I do'no—a hund'ed steps, me'be—me'be half a mile—'twouldn't be fah.
You sa--ay 'Is that his ma'-ied son, in yondeh; the one 'ith the fah hah? '
Dry the earth thoroughly on a stove at a temperature above 212° fah.
The heat is to be continued about an hour, and to be kept as near 420 fah.
But the most active baths are those varying from 113 to 122 fah.
"It's so fah away," she stammered brokenly, between her sobs.
The 1st is called le Lymbe, from its great heat, as much as 135 fah.
The major third from doh to me seemed easier than that from fah to lah, and so on.
In this form he is transported, perhaps some hundred miles, slung upon a camel, with the thermometer above 130 degrees fah.
Its external character is that of a white metal, instantly tarnishing by exposure to air; at the temperature of 70 fah.