nol, terrified, leaped quickly out of bed, and ran to seek refuge in a small chamber adjoining where Henriette slept.
The midshipman, nol Grampus, and I were the only men in the battery uninjured.
When my eye began to ache with watching the chase, nol took the glass.
At the news of this condescension the cries of "nol" re-echoed afresh through the illuminated streets.
I felt very much as nol said he did; but I suspect that his anger was rather more excited than he chose to confess.
“nol Hedger says he marked a prime seaman go in there not two hours ago,” answered another.
At that moment the young lieutenant enters the room, and having heard nol's last sentence, repeats it word for word.
By the kindness of Sir nol Paton a most perfect fourteenth century specimen is illustrated.
nol, though a sensible fellow in the main, was a thorough old salt, and with all the usual prejudices of his class.
The people thronged the way, full of enthusiasm, acclaiming the King and shouting their joyful exclamations of "nol!"