Rous ordered the colors to be struck immediately, which being done, the officers were invited on board the “Albany.”
Come and warm yerself Mrs. Rous, you're lookin' as white as the snow, you are.
Rous'd by the news, behold him now expand, Like beaten gold, and glitter o'er the land.
Captain Rous took her, but offered to release her provided the master would go up the river and bring down the French officers.
The Regent and his Rous were wild in their generation, but they never quite attained the antique magnificence of recklessness.
Rous will be beaten for Westminster, which will be a great slap on the face to the Government.
Richardson came to terms with this Rous, whom he employed as a spy.
If you agree for the Rous or Cabin, one is alone, or with what Company you please.
Panshanger was full to the brim of vice and agreeableness, foreigners and Rous.
These surfaces are kept moist, and prevented from adhering by a se´Rous fluid, which is separated from the blood.
Rous (rous), Francis Peyton. 1879-1970.
American pathologist. He shared a 1966 Nobel Prize for his discovery of tumor-producing viruses.