Symington by the steamship stretched one arm of it over the water; Stephenson by the locomotive stretched the other over Pg.
Watt and Symington were born in Scotland within a few miles of each other.
If he is not better when he comes down-stairs, I think I must send for the doctor, Symington.
Yet if integration under Symington was slow, it was also inevitable.
One of them knocked the ashes from his pipe and Symington saw the sparks float down.
"It is like a fever coming on," she said to Symington, with whom alone she could take any counsel.
Symington would have liked to explore the rest of the club-house, though of course he did not say so.
Symington did not know which his young master resembled the most.
Symington's experiments have shown that in the average adult 130 lb.
Symington had been bringing in the tea while Miss Herbert discoursed.