Then the lovesick youth breaks into a joyous boast that some of the Greeks shall smart; he mounts his horse, and plays the lion in the field; while Pandarus retires to consider how he may best recommend to his niece the suit of Troilus.
I lay down flat in the bottom of that wretched skiff and devoutly recommended my spirit to its Maker.
Obedience to God or reason can originally recommend itself to a man only as the surest and ultimately least painful way of balancing his aims and synthesizing his desires.
I give you all this information, prince, in order to make it clear to you that I am personally recommending you to this family, and that in so doing, I am more or less taking upon myself to answer for you.
“Yes, your father kindly recommended me to him.”
I joyed also that the old Scriptures of the law and the Prophetswere laid before me, not now to be perused with that eye to whichbefore they seemed absurd, when I reviled Thy holy ones for sothinking, whereas indeed they thought not so: and with joy I heardAmbrose in his sermons to the people, oftentimes most diligentlyrecommend this text for a rule, The letter killeth, but the Spiritgiveth life; whilst he drew aside the mystic veil, laying openspiritually what, according to the letter, seemed to teach somethingunsound; teaching herein nothing that offended me, though he taughtwhat I knew not as yet, whether it were true.
Helpem's store has been warmly recommended.
It was a contrast which recommended him most forcibly to her mother.
In treatises on many kinds of cultivated plants, certain varieties are said to withstand certain climates better than others: this is very strikingly shown in works on fruit trees published in the United States, in which certain varieties are habitually recommended for the northern, and others for the southern States; and as most of these varieties are of recent origin, they cannot owe their constitutional differences to habit.
This view of things, recommending itself equally to the intelligence of thinkers and to the inclination of those important classes in European society to whose real or supposed interests democracy is adverse, has had no difficulty in establishing itself; and in political speculations "the tyranny of the majority" is now generally included among the evils against which society requires to be on its guard.
And no doubt she was suggesting something abominable to him; for the tax-collector—yet he was brave, had fought at Bautzen and at Lutzen, had been through the French campaign, and had even been recommended for the cross—suddenly, as at the sight of a serpent, recoiled as far as he could from her, crying—“Madame!
This castle hath a pleasant seat; the air Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself Unto our gentle senses.
Never overstepping the strict boundaries of legal righteousness, he was neither warm-hearted nor generous--in fact, he would turn any trick which could be speciously, or at best necessitously, recommended to his conscience.
One way of overcoming this difficulty is by dispensing with the mid-day meal; another way is to drink a small amount of coffee, which frequently keeps people awake; but these devices are not to be universally recommended.
This I have since often known to havebeen taken with success, and do here freely recommend it to mycountrymen for the public good, as an admirable specific againstall diseases produced by repletion.
2d Gentleman: Mayhap 'twere best to earnest recommend Carpen and Bonset each for some fat berth Which carries not such import in its wake, Till time the opportunity may give To toss them overboard and clear the ship.
They have hesitated to adopt a family-planning policy, which would fly in the face of Marxist doctrine, although for a short period family planning was openly recommended.
A Bricklayer earnestly recommended bricks as affording the best material for an effective resistance.
First, to these noble warriors, who attend Your daring courage in the chase of fame,— Too daring, and too dangerous for her quiet,— She humbly recommends all she holds dear, All her own cares and fears,—the care of you.
Common sailors, therefore, more frequently get some fortune and preferment than common soldiers; and the hope of those prizes is what principally recommends the trade.
In the instructions which are given to the governor of each province, those objects, it is said, are constantly recommended to him, and the judgment which the court forms of his conduct is very much regulated by the attention which he appears to have paid to this part of his instructions.
Pope says, judiciously: "Men should be taught as if you taught them not, And things unknown propos'd as things forgot;" farther recommending to us "To speak, tho' sure, with seeming diffidence."
In this way my affair went on more smoothly, and I ever after practis'd it on such occasions; and, from my frequent successes, can heartily recommend it.
On later occasions, when I brought my friends to Sri Yukteswar for healing, he invariably recommended jewels or the bangle, extolling their use as an act of astrological wisdom.
They are not required, however, to complete the understanding of the subjects treated upon in these lessons, and are mentioned and recommended merely as supplementary reading for the student who wishes to take little "side excursions" away from the main trip covered in these lessons.
The authority in question gives the following excellent advice regarding the subject of the development of clairvoyant power and astral visioning: "Now the fact is that there are many methods by which it may be developed, but only one which can be at all safely recommended for general use--that of which we shall speak last of all.
ConclusionTo the sick the doctors wisely recommend a change of air and scenery.
To acquire knowledge of the nature of these things, therefore, can not be rigorously enough recommended.