If Claes was from home, Ulenspiegel would ask Soetkin for a liard, to go play.
You know, neighbour, Mother Dewis had more milk for her liard than we for two.
The only coin apparently in circulation was the liard, and the accounts were kept in livres and sous.
When Claes was from home, Ulenspiegel would ask his mother to give him a liard with which he might go out and amuse himself.
Mine is in weight two groates, a halfe pennie less of silver, which commeth to twelve sols and one liard.
“To-day, at any rate, it shall not cost you so much as a liard,” said the lady.
Field notes indicate that both mountain goats and mountain sheep are frequently taken by natives in the liard River area.
These specimens are less gray and more brown than specimens more typical of M. l. vellerosus from the liard River area.
For if it was worth a liard, you would not be willing to give it to me.
I thus performed a circuit of several thousand miles from my point of departure on the liard river.