Cork, and soon after he became private chaplain to Lady Mervin, near Dublin.
Name's Mervin; all whipcord and whalebone; springy as a bent bow.
"Hold your tongue," I shouted, and Mervin made a mock apology.
When the first waltz was over we found that Mervin had escaped from Mrs. O'Flaherty.
"Russia is a great and peaceful republic," Mervin Brown replied.
The menu, Pryor's masterpiece, stood on a wire stand, the work of Mervin.
"I have heard stories about them which sounded like fairy tales," Mr. Mervin Brown admitted grudgingly.
"We miscalculated the enemy's strength, of course," said Mervin.
Mervin originated the idea in the early morning as he was dressing a finger which he had cut when opening a tin of bully beef.
I have always been a friend of your country, Mr. Mervin Brown.