"Well, there ain't anybody to give you the slip, mela," Christine clawed back.
The Hindu mela was an annual fair which had been instituted with the assistance of our house.
This may remind us of the Œonæ of mela and Pliny, who lived on the eggs of fen-fowl (see above, p. 92).
The death of his father, mela, was also stained with dishonour.
Nuova stretched her antenna toward mela and touched her, attracting her attention.
mela was looking after both of them, and trying to cheer them in a joyful excitement.
She had no ideas, except such as related intimately to herself, and she had no gabble, like mela; and she let him talk.
He encouraged me to attend the mela which was convening in January, 1894 at Allahabad.
He told me he was going to a mela, to which I was also proceeding.
"I hope it's more of a sociable place there," Miss mela broke in again.