from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To divide (a buck) into quarters.
- n. In hunting, a quarter of a buck.
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I still remember that play where I think fouch threw a pick and Logan just leveled the DB ...
There is but one confiderable town in the whole ifland; it is Honied Fonchiale, and is feated on the fouch part of the ifland, 'at the bottom of a large bay.
fome earlier kinds againft a fouch alptcl, and others on weft and eaft expofures, to effect a greater variation in the times ripening of the fruit, as well as to obtain it longer in perfection; and thus we may employ all the forts, not only as common dwarf wall trees, planted fifteen or twenty feet diftance; but alfo half ftandards planted between them, trained alfo as wall trees to make
The British fruit-gardener : and art of pruning : comprising, the most approved methods of planting and raising every useful fruit-tree and fruit-bearing-shrub ... The true successful practice of pruning, training, grafting, budding &c. so as to render them abundantly fruitful: and full directions concerning soils, situations, and exposures
Cordova had the honour of giving birth to Seneca and Lucan; and when Abdoul - raman, after fubduing the fouch of Spain, had eftabliftied here the feat of his domi - nion, (A.