- a town in N Austria, on the River Danube: noted for its baroque Benedictine abbey. Pop: 5222 (2001)
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“Oh no: light it, Melk, and let us start again,” said Saxe in a whisper.
“But Melk was tired and sleepy: he fancied it was secured like that,” Saxe said to himself.
It was, all considered, a very creditable repast which the good lady of Melk Kraal prepared for the brigadier and his staff.On the Heels of De Wet
The Intelligence Officer
Come and eat your bread and cheese, Melk,” cried Saxe; “it is only a loose stone tumbled down, and no one was hit.
But look here, Melk,” said Saxe, “suppose I go down and fetch up some wood and the coffee?