The Nambūtiris love this antiquated form of theatrical performance, and patronise it to a remarkable extent.
We must now consider the partridges that patronise the hills.
Decaisne and Elie de Beaumont thought right to patronise, is, therefore, as much opposed to facts as to probability.
But I have friends whom they patronise, and my mind is quite open on the subject.
It seems that the Austrian Lloyds' Company patronise this coal because it is cheap.
But why, in the name of screw-nails, should they all presume to patronise me?
I have to thank the deadlock for teaching me to patronise the river steamboats.
The Indian darter does not appear to patronise the open sea.
If we patronise Irish manufacture, it is because we cannot afford English.
Perhaps, however, they patronise the small Episcopalian church close by.