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  • Her name was Madelyne, and she worked at a pub called Stroker's.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing

  • Finally, in her wanderings, Madelyne came upon a place of business known as Stroker's Inn, which was—unsurprisingly—owned and operated by a gentleman named Stroker.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing

  • Finally, in her wanderings, Madelyne came upon a place of business known as Stroker's Inn, which was—unsurprisingly—owned and operated by a gentleman named Stroker.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing

  • The same could be said about the copyright cases such as Stroker Serpentine's against Rase or the Bragg case that sought, aside from other things, to establish the "authenticity" of virtual land and caused Linden Lab to reduce the rhetoric on their web site about virtual land, implying it was valuable like real land.

    Consensus

  • We had arrived at our journey's end, had seen the 'Stroker' at any rate play, and now if we wished to catch our steamer at Reykjavik, we had no time to lose in preparing for our return journey, so after breakfast, while our guides collected our steeds, packed the tents, etc., we started for a final look at the Geysers and the hot springs, which so abound in this neighbourhood.

    A Girl's Ride in Iceland

  • The formation of the 'Stroker' differs from that of the Great Geyser in not having any basin round its well, the latter being in shape like a rough test-tube, about 8 feet in diameter and 36 feet deep, with two pipe-mouths.

    A Girl's Ride in Iceland

  • The above being a rough outline of the salient points of what I consider to be a rational, though, it may be, incomplete, theory of the geyser action I saw in the Yellowstone Park, I shall now add a concluding word on the probable mode of action of the so-called 'earth-sod emetic' that my daughter describes as having been given to the 'Stroker' geyser in

    A Girl's Ride in Iceland

  • 'Stroker' was evidently sulky, for the process had to be gone through no less than four times, whilst we waited the result in patience for at least two hours; but the display was all the better when it came.

    A Girl's Ride in Iceland

  • It is strange that the eruptions of the 'Stroker' do not affect the water in the well of the Great Geyser, though it is not 100 yards off, while on the other hand, when the Geyser is in eruption, the water of the 'Stroker' subsides.

    A Girl's Ride in Iceland

  • This also seemed in a quiescent state, but as the 'Stroker' can always be made to play by filling up the opening with earth sods, until there is no hole for the steam to escape, and it vomits the whole mass with a gigantic spout, we requested our guides to arrange for this artificial display.

    A Girl's Ride in Iceland

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