"He might congratulate himself," kore said, blinking his little lizard eyes.
As the kore is the representative of vegetable life, so Hestia stands in general for the indoor life, the family.
Teak (p. 054) and kore, two bosom chums, marched on the other side of the road.
kore is also a punster who makes abominable puns; these amuse nobody except, perhaps, himself.
But he escaped, and the Swiss congratulated each other heartily (kore).
kore cleaned the mess-tins, and Pryor, artistic even in matters of food, set about preparing a menu-card.
This was the precursor to our arrival at kore, the most important naval station in Japan.
kore was followed by another fellow struck in the leg, and drawing himself wearily along.
On that kore took his leave, promising to look in and see how I was faring in a few days' time.
This "kore" is longer than the ordinary sleeve, so long in fact that a man with his hand inside is rendered helpless.
partridge. (1.) A Levite and temple-warder of the Korahites, the son of Asaph. He was father of Shallum and Meshelemiah, temple-porters (1 Chr. 9:19; 26:1). (2.) A Levitical porter at the east gate of the temple (2 Chr. 31:14). (3.) In 1 Chr. 26:19 the word should be "Korahites," as in the Revised Version.