So at first she took no individual interest in David—he cheered up 'lias—she had no other thought about him.
Eocene, miocene, pliocene Tuff, lias and Trias and that is enough.
As the saline springs of the red marls rise up through the lias they undergo certain chemical changes.
It was on one of these rambles that he broached to 'lias a subject which he had been considering for some time.
The lias of Spain and the Pyrenees contains much dolomitic limestone.
They came from the lias cliffs, undermined by the encroaching sea.
Those from the lias are mostly small, about eight to ten feet in length.
She hired workmen to dig out the block of lias in which it was buried.
There was a great jollification over the fish supper that night, and 'lias and the minister were the heroes of the occasion.
But now consider what this lias, and the Oolites and clays upon it mean.