"An ox-hide to make buskins of yearly, because of the brambles," echoed the kitchener.
It was not a good sign for Dulcie to be rude to General kitchener.
To lessen the thirst caused by the heat Colonel kitchener decided to march by night.
Then there was a long discussion in Arabic between the sheik and Major kitchener.
Collingwood was a gentleman, like a great many more of the rankers in kitchener's Army.
kitchener had learned to speak the Arab tongue not only freely but sociably.
General kitchener's brigade moved out from Lydenburg on to the race-course.
It was in the Times, too, that we first heard of kitchener's end.
Perhaps he knew that we were to be asked to raise a regiment for kitchener!
And kitchener, telling the story afterwards, remarked, 'Then I knew he was a gentleman.'