an effervescent mineral water
Other lovers, like Ausonius and apollinaris Sidonius, were pedantic imitators.
The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II) Henry Osborn Taylor
I hope that James will not be long with that whisky and apollinaris.
Anna the Adventuress E. Phillips Oppenheim
I will not follow him through the particularity of the description which he gives to his friend apollinaris.
The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 11, No. 68, June, 1863 Various
apollinaris Spring (10 miles) is on the left of the roadway, in a pine forest.
The Yellowstone National Park Hiram Martin Chittenden
Although apollinaris was a prolific writer, scarcely anything has survived under his own name.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 2 Various
Jerome was deeply learned on the subject of apollinaris too.
The Makers of Modern Rome Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
Tertullian, apollinaris, and a few others advocated Traducianism, or a transmission of the spiritual soul by the parents.
The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation Austin O’Malley
Paul may plant and apollinaris water, but it is God that giveth the increase.
Cordwood Edgar Wilson (Bill) Nye
The black “boy” who brought tea and whisky and apollinaris, alone gave a hint of “foreign parts.”
A Visit to Java W. Basil Worsfold
There were two waiters in the room—just come in with apollinaris.
Ancestors Gertrude Atherton
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