So long as I kept my eye fixed on 'ers she couldn't do anything.
Tell ye he don't; he wears a black un, and ers got it in his bag.
Yet Ers, it may be remembered, was the special patron of paiderastia.
"Well, if you're a friend of 'ers, I daresay she'll tell you 'erself next time she sees you," said the liftman.
Bitt′ers, a liquid prepared from bitter herbs or roots, and used as a stomachic.
The Cyprian queen, a woman, hurls the fire that maddens men for females; but Ers himself sways the love of males for males.
There is a deeply-rooted mysticism, an impenetrable soofyism, in the Socratic doctrine of Ers.
Ice′-feath′ers, peculiar feather-like forms assumed by ice at the summits of mountains.
Loop′ers, the caterpillars of certain moths, which move by drawing up the hindpart of their body to the head.
Rang′ers, a body of mounted troops: a name sometimes taken by clubs of football players, &c.—ns.