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This book has a fun setup, from a mystery aspect: in a small artist's community in Scotland, a man named Campbell is found dead at the base of a cliff, having apparently fallen to his death. But it wasn't an accident, obviously, and soon the local police, aided by his wonderfulness Lord Peter Wimsey, are /5(). Two young fellows being compelled to make a hasty exit from their lodgings let down their furniture through the window. A policeman interferes, but they, with great resource, hook the officer of the law by the belt, and haul him midway between the ground and the window, where he cannot interfere. The poor man looks very comical in a state of suspense.
do a moonlight flit To depart hastily at night, typically to avoid paying money that one owes. I can't afford the rent this month, so we need to do a moonlight flit! See also: flit, moonlight flit about To move in a quick, deft manner. The kids are outside, trying to catch the lightning bugs that are flitting about. I think Anita is flitting about the. Moonlighting definition at , a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
You are a two-bit, first arc villain miraculously back from the dead. You don't know how. You don't know why. You have nothing and no-one save yourself. This is your second chance. Take it, make it, or break it: it's all up to you. Yes "flitting" was the term used for moving house in the West Riding of Yorkshire when I was a lass. Doing a moonlight flit seems to be a term common to all parts of the country and means the same - i.e running away to avoid debts.
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book is discovered inside the graveyard – above ground. Definition of do a moonlight flit in the Idioms Dictionary. do a moonlight flit phrase. What does do a moonlight flit expression mean. Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Do a moonlight flit - Idioms by The Free Dictionary Make a moonlight flitting is recorded from the early 19th century and appears to have originated in northern.
Flit definition, to move lightly and swiftly; fly, dart, or skim along: bees flitting from flower to flower. See more. ‘He made a moonlight flit from a rented flat in Plymouth Road, Thurrock, after racking up over a £1, worth of unpaid rent.’ ‘One option is a move to the former Drybrough brewery site in Craigmillar, though Dalrymple says such a flit would depend on improved transport links, including a.
Flit definition is - to pass quickly or abruptly from one place or condition to another. How to use flit in a sentence. About this Item: London - Hutchinson and Co., Hardcover. Condition: FINE in a NEAR F. First edition. A scarce edition in original unclipped dustwrapper of Moonlight Flitting, a novel from the 'Chief Inspector Martineau Investigates' series by Maurice Procter.
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US$ Add to basket. A Body to Spare. Maurice Procter. 14 Mar Paperback. US$ Add. Moonlight flit definition: a hurried departure at night, esp from rented accommodation to avoid payment of rent | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
Moonlight flit definition is - a departure by night with one's possessions to avoid paying rent. George Malcolm Thomson (–) was a Scottish journalist and publicist for Scottish is now best known for the sectarian slant he adopted the s, aimed at Irish-Scots, and as an activist working on behalf of the Scottish Party.
His biographer George McKechnie wrote "His modern Scottish reputation is grounded almost exclusively on his obsessive campaigns against Irish. THE MOONLIGHT FLITTING. THE TANNERS RENDEZVOUS. THE OAK OF REFORMATION. THE REBELS CAMP. A MAN TIED TO A TREE Absalon arms Audrey Author bear better BOOK BOOK OF REVELATION carry Children CHRISTIAN Church cloth comes cries Cuts door ENGLISH Engravings eyes face Farmer father Fcap fellow fire French friends Frontispiece.
Moonlight flitting a removal of one's furniture, &c., during night, to prevent it being seized for rent or debt Nine-and-seventy Alleyne counted of these dark figures flitting across the line of the moonlight.
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A hurried departure by night, esp. to avoid paying a debt. –. [Cf. earlier obs. moonlight flittingnoun.].Landing by Moonlight: A Novel of WW II is another great read by Ciji Ware.
It is based on true historical events during the second world war. I love that the main character is a female secret agent/5(10).Read The Smegroyd's Moonlight Flit Poem by K J Walker. Read the poem free on Booksie.