Page 91, note 8, line 15, for Styla read Hyla in both instances.
The hyla's tremulous cry was the only musical sound to be heard.
Sometimes as in Hyla and Alytes there is a fronto-parietal fontanelle.
The circle was broken up, and only Cerdic and Harl sat there waiting Hyla's return.
Hyla said nothing for a minute, but remained still and motionless.
"Pierce said that I might have some fish to take home," Hyla told her humbly.
Hyla himself was one of the most advanced among his brethren.
It was thus that the serfs lived, and Hyla skirted the fold till he came to his own house.
It was at the order of Pierce that Hyla had been fishing that evening.
Hyla was a labourer in the mint, and under the orders of Lewin the Jew.