The amount and frequency of likin taxation are fixed by provincial legislation—that is, by a proclamation of the governor.
Wal, every man, an' woman too, to her own likin'; I'd as lief be here.
And so you've been meetin' and have come to believe—you have, anyway—that 'twas somethin' more than likin'.
Sure I'll bet it's himself would be likin' a taste of the same.
I wasn't sorry about not likin' Sunday School or anything—only it just seemed that I had never done anything, or learned anything.
likin' things an' havin' 'em is as different as chalk an' cheese.
Well, she'd a likin' for the little 'un, and she swoore she shouldn't be sold.
Now a man may have a likin' to a hundred things in which he don't deal.
Let me get to likin' a goil, and there ain't nothin' I won't do for her.
Bein' on a holiday here he tasted it, an' likin' the taste he kep' on.