1 It was May, but cold and wet again.
2 'It's quite true, you can't live without cash,' said May.
3 It was already May, and in June they were supposed to start.
4 In spite of May and a new greenness, the country was dismal.
5 You, for example, May, you squander half your force with women.
6 There was Charles May, an Irishman, who wrote scientifically about stars.
7 The rain was holding off, and in the air came a queer pellucid gleam of May.
8 'If you have the proper sort of emotion or sympathy with a woman, you ought to sleep with her,' said May.
9 And Charles May, though she liked something about him, seemed a little distasteful and messy, in spite of his stars.
10 Charlie May was slightly satirical, for he had flirted a very little with Julia, and Hammond had cut up very roughly.
11 However, came the war, Hilda and Connie were rushed home again after having been home already in May, to their mother's funeral.
12 I agree with you, Socrates gave the critical activity a grand start, but he did more than that, said Charlie May, rather magisterially.
13 As a matter of fact,' said the lean and freckled Tommy Dukes, who looked much more Irish than May, who was pale and rather fat: 'As a matter of fact, Hammond, you have a strong property instinct, and a strong will to self-assertion, and you want success.