If tiler is getting 'hot'—you know the old game—he might like to go after him.
A tiler, however, was indispensable; and here arose a difficulty.
She had a cousin there, Perrinet de Vouthon, by calling a tiler, and his son Henri.
Time passes; and at last the tiler arrives to mend the mischief.
At Dartford, a tiler bravely beat out the brains of a tax-collector who had insulted his daughter.
The tiler is not necessarily a member of the lodge which he tiles.
One of her brothers was a parish priest, another a tiler; she had a nephew who was a carpenter.
"She only came because I'd tracked her to Amberieu, and thought to give me the slip," said tiler.
tiler certainly did not recognize us as we walked separately to the train.
"We've got to find him first," objected tiler gruffly and despondently.