Baltimore--the town that booed him and team that doubted him--needed palmer more than at any time in the club's history.
I got the word," says palmer, "that Peters had said, 'I don't want palmer to start another game here this year.'
palmer's inability to reach a synthesis in almost any area of his life is what makes him exasperating.
If, upon examining the palmer conundrum, the answer occurs to you, call (301) 243-9800.
palmer learned a bitter lesson early: "Your arm is all you are."
Well, he believed as palmer did, that all is well with the soul of a brave man.
Then the half-caste unfolded his plan to palmer and his wife.
The mission clerk had been transferred to Colonel palmer, as his knowledge of affairs would be useful to the newcomer.
"Just what I thought would happen," muttered palmer to Porter.
The first meaning of a palmer was that he could carry a palm in token of having visited the Holy Land.
"pilgrim who has returned from the Holy Land," late 12c. (as a surname), from Anglo-French palmer (Old French palmier), from Medieval Latin palmarius, from Latin palma "palm tree" (see palm (n.2)). So called because they wore palm branches in commemoration of the journey.