cried Mr. Mell, suddenly rising up, and striking his desk with the book. ‘
The dawn made way for the sun that with a face broader than a buckler began to rise slowly above the low line of the horizon; Don Quixote and Sancho gazed all round them; they beheld the sea, a sight until then unseen by them; it struck them as exceedingly spacious and broad, much more so than the lakes of Ruidera which they had seen in La Mancha.
Sidenote: Cross-Roads of Success or Failure No man ever rose very high who did not possess strong reserves of emotional energy.
“I was now rising rapidly, and by seven o’clock the barometer indicated an altitude of no less than nine miles and a half.
It rose gradually, revealing an underground cave.
I rose hastily and joined him.
Cut loose, then, in high spirits, and rose gently but steadily, with a light breeze at North, which bore us in the direction of the British Channel.
I rose up quickly upon my elbow, and beheld the shadow of a woman standing erect before me.
We felt the cords of our neck grow tight as our head rose higher to look upon the faces of the Council, and we were happy.
The boy, Hideyoshi, deliberately visited the different courts, picked out the baron he thought most endowed with suitable character, succeeded with great difficulty in entering his service in the humblest position, and then steadily and inevitably rose, firstly because he could read human character and always knew almost as soon as they did themselves what his and his lord's enemies were plotting, and secondly, because he was always prepared in advance for any undertaking and skilled in carrying out.
If the tax for example, was one-tenth, the wages of labour must necessarily soon rise, not one-tenth part only, but one-eighth.
Naturally the Captain had risen to the challengeand carried out the most audacious phreak in England.
The sun’s rays pierced the cloud curtain gathered on the easterly horizon, and the radiant orb rose swiftly.
It has been owing in part, to the great prosperity of almost every part of the country, the rents of almost all the estates of Great Britain having, since the time when this valuation was first established, been continually rising, and scarce any of them having fallen.
Presently Leo rose and threw off his gorgeous, purple-broidered robe, which he still wore, and cast upon a chair the crook-headed sceptre that Oros had again thrust into his hand.
Her habits of ready submission, on the contrary, made her almost instantly rise and lead the way out of the room.
That morning the Princess rose earlier than she had done since she had been carried into Africa by the magician, whose company she was forced to endure once a day.
Sherlock Holmes rose softly and moved his chair in the direction of the door.
he said, angrily rising again. "
I turned my head aside, for, with a rush and a sweep, like the old marsh winds coming up from the sea, a feeling like that which had subdued me on the morning when I left the forge, when the mists were solemnly rising, and when I laid my hand upon the village finger-post, smote upon my heart again.
I fancied, from the disposition of her figure, that Em’ly had but newly risen from the chair, and that the forlorn head might perhaps have been lying on her lap.
That of the second, though it may rise greatly, has, however, a certain boundary, beyond which it cannot well pass for any considerable time together.
But, finding me well employed, and bearing a good character, and hearing on all hands that I rose fast in the school, she soon discontinued these visits.
Rising abruptly and walking about, jingling his money and his keys in his trouser pockets Besides, they're all idiots.
He pointed off toward the jagged hills rising sharply away toward the interior of the island.
They both spoke as if she were ill; in a soft, suppressed tone that was plainly heard, although it hardly rose above a whisper.
Had silver risen considerably in its value, as it seems to have done in the course of the two centuries which preceded the discovery of the mines of America, the constancy of the valuation might have proved very oppressive to the landlord.
I accordingly rose to my feet.
30:009:005 And the Lord GOD of hosts is he that toucheth the land, and it shall melt, and all that dwell therein shall mourn: and it shall rise up wholly like a flood; and shall be drowned, as by the flood of Egypt.
‘What I particularly request Mr. Micawber to be careful of, is,’ said Mrs. Micawber, ‘that he does not, my dear Mr. Copperfield, in applying himself to this subordinate branch of the law, place it out of his power to rise, ultimately, to the top of the tree.
He whom I call answers me and takes the place of my lover, He rises with me silently from the bed.
The old man, in a voice that seldom rose above the howling of the wind upon the barren waste, was singing them a Christmas song; it had been a very old song when he was a boy; and from time to time they all joined in the chorus.
After some weeks' sail they again descried land, to which they approached, and discovered a spacious harbour, round which rose a vast city, the buildings of which were sublimely lofty, adorned with flights of marble steps to the water's edge, and crowned with domes and minarets topped with pinnacles of gold.
LIZA rising reluctantly and suspiciously You're a great bully, you are.
All rose politely as I entered, and made a place for me beside the Colonel, a large, impressive man with a grizzled beard.
His voice rose passionately.
yes, sir,” cried Fanny, rising eagerly from her seat to be nearer her uncle; “I must get up and breakfast with him.
The price of malt to the brewer has constantly risen in proportion to the taxes imposed upon it; and those taxes, together with the different duties upon beer and ale, have constantly either raised the price, or, what comes to the same thing, reduced the quality of those commodities to the consumer.
And similarly, if I want to return more swiftly to the surface, I throw the propeller in gear, and the water’s pressure makes the Nautilus rise vertically, as an air balloon inflated with hydrogen lifts swiftly into the skies.”
Note--if the Line of Head is very high on the palm, and more especially if it rises upwards at the end (3-3, Plate III.),
CANTO XXVIINOW upward rose the flame, and still’d its light To speak no more, and now pass’d on with leave From the mild poet gain’d, when following came Another, from whose top a sound confus’d, Forth issuing, drew our eyes that way to look.
Twice the Mercy rose to such a height that the bridge and causeways were in danger of destruction.
Yea, and whoso, full of faith, Heareth wisely what it saith, Heareth meekly,--when he dies, Surely shall his spirit rise To those regions where the Blest, Free of flesh, in joyance rest.
GDP subsequently rose each year through 2000.
Sooner or later, however, in the progress of improvement, it must at any rate have risen to the utmost height to which it is capable of rising; or to the price which pays the labour and expense of cultivating the land which furnishes them with food, as well as these are paid upon the greater part of other cultivated land.
he said in a restrained voice that scarcely rose above a whisper. "
Sadly, sadly, the sun rose; it rose upon no sadder sight than the man of good abilities and good emotions, incapable of their directed exercise, incapable of his own help and his own happiness, sensible of the blight on him, and resigning himself to let it eat him away.
But when I rose proudly against Thee, and ran against theLord with my neck, with the thick bosses of my buckler, even theseinferior things were set above me, and pressed me down, and no wherewas there respite or space of breathing.
A hot breeze, as if breathed from the parted lips of some dragon about to swallow the globe, fanned him from the south, while directly opposite in the north rose a grim misshapen body of cloud, in the very teeth of the wind.