Quotes about worcester (11 Quotes)



    Margaretville is a worthy team and we kind of needed a game like that. We haven't had a close game in quite a while, and with the exception of Worcester, we've never been behind. My kids showed a lot to come back and tie and get the winner.

    I am disappointed for Pat, Worcester and England because he will be sorely missed. He was outstanding for us in the autumn, and he played very well in the first half for Worcester against Bristol on Friday night before coming off.

    Going in, we were kind of shaky a little bit. How were we going to play What's going to happen here The way it evolved, now, we have a much better feel for ourselves. That confidence builder will help a lot as we go to Worcester.

    We know we've got work to do, but we're finally getting to the point where Worcester has really bought into the Blackstone. It's sort of an enlightened self-interest, and it's incredible.




    I grew up in Worcester, and we never thought twice about the Blackstone. It was something south of the city -- and in the '50s and '60s, when I was growing up, it was pretty dirty -- so no one thought about it much.

    It would've been nice to come out (of Worcester) 2-0. We had a chance to be 2-0, but they had some big hits late in the game. But it's great to be back at home, and we get to win this series at home. If we win two of three, we get to play for the championship.

    EVERLASTING, adj. Lasting forever. It is with no small diffidence that I venture to offer this brief and elementary definition, for I am not unaware of the existence of a bulky volume by a sometime Bishop of Worcester, entitled, A Partial Definition of the Word Everlasting, as Used in the Authorized Version of the Holy Scriptures. His book was once esteemed of great authority in the Anglican Church, and is still, I understand, studied with pleasure to the mind and profit of the soul.

    Spring Hill Church near Hebron has a kick. St. Martin's Church in Worcester County has a kick and cove, as does All Hallows in Snow Hill. Pemberton Hall, an 18th century house not far from Green Hill, also has the two features. That got us thinking Green Hill may have had a kick and cove, too. We found evidence -- though very faint -- of a corner cove molding and it really rings true when it was put back -- it looks right. The evidence remains on the timbers from where the kick was removed.



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