It was time for the medicine, and Mrs. quale poured it out, raised the invalid from her pillow, and administered it.
Of all the visitors, the most effectual assistant was Mrs. quale.
Mrs. quale turned her eyes from one to the other of them in puzzled doubt.
This afternoon all was quiet; quale told me the men were holding a meeting.'
Mrs. quale had recommended her to a place at a small dressmaker's, partly of service, chiefly of needlework.
Not so Mrs. quale; she exercised her tongue upon them whenever she got the chance.
In the kitchen behind, 'washing up' after dinner, was his helpmate, Mrs. quale.
This over-simplification has the effect of making the quale, as a term of inference, ambiguous.
The differentia is not a genus, nor does it respond to the question Quid est, but to the question quale quid est.
Mrs. quale wheeled round at this, and took a free, full view of the gentleman from head to foot.