The first thing done in the latter work was the driving of spiles.
It makes all dar stumacs big, like as you seed 'em, and spiles dar 'gestion.
"John, ye musn't talk so ter th' sarvents; it spiles 'em," said his wife.
"Not if it spiles your work, it ain't," said the man in yellow.
It's to life what a drought is to Nature—an' it spiles mo' people than any other weakness.
Then the spiles were driven in tightly with a wooden mallet.
How deep must the spiles be driven successfully to draw off the sap?
To the Wieters belongs the Spiles; if that ain't a motter, what's the use of having it?
It's going to be concrete, from the spiles up—there ain't anything like it in the country.
A striped snaik in the morning spiles the rest ov that day for me.