frome scrambled up the slippery steps of the porch, digging a way through the snow with his heavily booted foot.
To the electors of frome he spoke of the tremendous responsibility of the Ministers.
frome had been driving me over to the Flats for about a week when one morning I looked out of my window into a thick snow-fall.
As farre (sayth one) is that frome a couetous man that he hath, as that he hath nat.
After travelling ten miles, we arrived at the frome, where we watered and fed the horses.
It was in 1247 that the course of the frome was diverted to a new channel.
Then frome the crossinges of those eighte arche lines I drawe iiij.
Next day we traveled to frome's Hill, and visited the Saints by the way.
frome noticed that she no longer turned her head from side to side, as though peering through the night for another figure.
It is a small grey cottage in the meadows by the frome, opposite the gaol.