moor nor

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  • Today no Moor nor Christian has a horse so strong and swift. Cited from The Lay of the Cid, Translated by Rose & Bacon
  • And he said to them, Give me your hands that you will not discover me neither to Moor nor Christian! Cited from Chronicle Of The Cid, Various
  • Still aw think one teetotaller is worth moor nor a ship-load o' drunkards. Cited from Yorkshire Ditties, Second Series, by John Hartley
  • Awm moor nor hawf inclined to goa into this trade, as old as aw am. Cited from Yorkshire Tales. Third Series, by John Hartley
  • An' I thanks ye fur that, Miss, moor nor fur the waaege. Cited from Becket and other plays,by Alfred Lord Tennyson
  • And I would loove tha moor nor ony gentleman 'ud I loove tha. Cited from Becket and other plays,by Alfred Lord Tennyson
  • Ther wor moor nor him fell i' that race, or else ther wor a deeal o' skrikin for nowt. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • The Unseen, with all its mystery and awe or loveliness, was the very nearly visible: not a pass nor lake nor moor nor forest but was crowded with the things of which wonder is made. Cited from The Crest-Wave of Evolution, by Kenneth Morris
  • Aw think if aw wor thee aw should want summat moor nor a donkey rawtin to set me off o' sich a eearand as that. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • When, however, the shades of evening were closing in, and neither on moor nor meadow, in stable nor yard, was Gethin to be seen, a dreadful certainty fell upon them. Cited from Garthowen, by Allen Raine
  • Hope we've all enuff on, an' some fowk moor nor what does' em ony gooid, for they're ofter hopin nor strivin. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • What ther number is i'th' next world is moor nor aw can tell, but aw know they'll have to start afresh, for all they iver gained they've left behund. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • One needn't leeav his native shoor, An visit foreign lands,-- At hooam he'll find a gooid deeal moor Nor what he understands. Cited from Yorkshire Lyrics, by John Hartley
  • Well, ther wor nobbut one thing 'at Tommy aspired to, moor nor what he had, an' that wor to be a deacon. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • Well, he wor th' only one shoo ivver had showed any fancy for, an' he wor th' last, for little moor nor a year after that Sally had gooan. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • "It mud ha been a gooid job for him if he nivver had been born, an th' same could be sed abaat moor nor him, soa tha can crack that nut." Cited from Yorkshire Tales. Third Series, by John Hartley
  • Ivvery Sundy neet he tuk her for a walk, an' what delighted him moor nor all wor to find 'at shoo worn't a bit stuck up -- real ladies nivver are. Cited from Yorksher Puddin', by John Hartley
  • Fuscus, the man of life upright and pure Needeth nor javelin, nor bow of Moor Nor arrows tipped with venom deadly-sure, Loading his quiver. Cited from A Handbook for Latin Clubs, by Susan Paxson
  • He's heir to ther titles an riches, Far moor nor he ivver can spend; Wi' hard times an cold poverty's twitches, He'll nivver be called to contend. Cited from Yorkshire Lyrics, by John Hartley
  • Riches moor nor yo can fancy,-- Moor nor all this world has in it,-- He gave up becoss He loved yo, An He's lovin yo this minnit. Cited from Yorkshire Lyrics, by John Hartley
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