deliverance. (1.) A descendant of Judah (1 Chr. 2:47). (2.) A Benjamite who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:3).
pelet kept together a little knot of 250 veterans, and had the eagle covered over, and borne along in the midst of them.
Still pelet uttered murmurs of distrust—so I judged, at least, from her reply.
General pelet's interesting account of them should be carefully read.
pelet and his men took their post in the central part of the village, and occupied the church and churchyard in great strength.
As to pelet, the discovery was yet new; should I act thus with him?
A pelet was a stone ball, such as used to be fired from the earliest kind of cannon, of which this is a very early mention.
In this case, it rests on the frothy narrative of Ségur, and is out of harmony with those of Gourgaud and pelet.
pelet, in his memoirs, declares that the Emperor's orders were "to cross the river and march against the enemy."
Not so had I bid the boys at pelet's take their reading-books.
This idea, of injustice somewhat poisoned the pleasure I might otherwise have derived from pelet's soft affable manner to myself.