taverner's Bible, a less extreme example of the same tendency, seemingly had no influence on later renderings.
It was built in the year 1319 by one Thomas Drinkwater, taverner of London.
This taverner's wife and daughter professed an utter contempt for all white persons who degraded themselves to any kind of toil.
And, as the book of Ecclesiasticus saith, the taverner shall not be freed from sin.
He has been hostler, costermonger, and taverner, and sings the delights of the city.
taverner refused, and, as they were at a cross-road, went his own way.
But the brandy went up in price, and the taverner said that he must have fourpence for the half-pint.
About the same time were issued Cranmer's and taverner's editions of the Bible.
When he came to leave Nurnberg he was unable to pay his inn bill, and obliged to leave in pawn with the taverner a valuable jewel.
Then you don't want to say a good word to the taverner and the sergeant?