Millington stood looking at the automobile a few minutes and then laughed.
Dunton draws a favourable portrait of Millington in his Life and Errors.
I have seldom seen a man more demoniacal than Millington was at that moment.
It was probably the thirteenth, and Millington was probably the thirteenth owner.
Millington said that he did not mind if Spotty wanted to lay.
As Millington brought the automobile to a stop we looked at each other aghast.
At this Millington seemed to cheer up considerably, for deafness was something he could understand.
I told Millington it was a putter, but he would not believe me.
She congratulated me warmly and said she was sure Mrs. Rolfs and Mrs. Millington had overstated the evils of the game.
Mrs. Millington and I managed to carry him to bed, and then I returned to the garage.