But Dido got to the loot first, and absconded with it to North Africa, where she set up her kingdom. When Dido came to Africa she bought of the natives "as much land as could be encompassed with a bull's hide. She might have posed as Dido when she learned that the noble neas was dead. Dido , perceiving this from her tower, sent her sister Anna with a last message imploring neas yet a little to delay. But you know, my dear friend, that showers of rain have helped lovers from the days of Dido down. In Roman mythology , the founder and queen of Carthage in north Africa.
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didoes - definition and meaning
Wouldn't the unity of all things come to you, and wouldn't you chirrup like a bird, and buzz like a bee, and turn imaginary somersaults and dance and sing, and feel like cutting up " didoes ," and talk a little high strung, and be chipper with the lowliest and level with the highest? Brook Farm. Besides, the ranch included the clay-pit, and it would give him the whip-hand over Holdsworthy if he ever tried to cut up any didoes. Chapter IX.
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