Of a truth he came to Mykene, not in enmity, but as a guest with godlike Polyneikes, to raise him an army for the war that they were levying against the holy walls of Thebes; and they besought earnestly that valiant allies might be given them, and our folk were fain to grant them and made assent to their entreaty, only Zeus showed omens of ill and turned their minds.
Mr Bloom turned and saw the liveried porter raise his lettered cap as a stately figure entered between the newsboards of the Weekly Freeman and National Press and the Freeman’s Journal and National Press.
—And it seemed to me that I heard the voice of that Egyptian highpriest raised in a tone of like haughtiness and like pride.
But for some disarray (the work, perhaps, of the birds that had fed upon him or of the slow-growing creeper that had gradually enveloped his remains) the man lay perfectly straight--his feet pointing in one direction, his hands, raised above his head like a diver's, pointing directly in the opposite.
As a result she raised her head, opened her eyes, and sighed deeply.
In such a case, a plain and open avowal of his difficulties would have been more to his honour I think, as well as more consistent with his general character;--but I will not raise objections against any one's conduct on so illiberal a foundation, as a difference in judgment from myself, or a deviation from what I may think right and consistent."
The healthy spirit of self-help created amongst working people would more than any other measure serve to raise them as a class, and this, not by pulling down others, but by levelling them up to a higher and still advancing standard of religion, intelligence, and virtue. “
‘You consider all who are unsuccessful in raising themselves in the world, from whatever cause, as your enemies, then, if I understand you rightly,’ said Margaret’ in a clear, cold voice.
Suddenly on the pavement was heard a loud noise of clogs and the clattering of a stick; and a voice rose—a raucous voice—that sang—“Maids in the warmth of a summer day Dream of love and of love always”Emma raised herself like a galvanised corpse, her hair undone, her eyes fixed, staring.
Having thus answered the only objection that can ever be raisedagainst me as a traveller, I here take a final leave of all mycourteous readers, and return to enjoy my own speculations in mylittle garden at Redriff; to apply those excellent lessons ofvirtue which I learned among the Houyhnhnms; to instruct the Yahoosof my own family, is far as I shall find them docible animals; tobehold my figure often in a glass, and thus, if possible, habituatemyself by time to tolerate the sight of a human creature; to lamentthe brutality to Houyhnhnms in my own country, but always treattheir persons with respect, for the sake of my noble master, hisfamily, his friends, and the whole Houyhnhnm race, whom these ofours have the honour to resemble in all their lineaments, howevertheir intellectuals came to degenerate.
There was the giant Mastodon, twisting and turning his horrid trunk, with which he crushed the rocks of the shore to powder, while the Megatherium--his back raised like a cat in a passion, his enormous claws stretched out, dug into the earth for food, at the same time that he awoke the sonorous echoes of the whole place with his terrible roar.
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There Mr. Fogg examined a curious vehicle, a kind of frame on two long beams, a little raised in front like the runners of a sledge, and upon which there was room for five or six persons.
The priests would have taken me once I returned, then raised me in the palace as the 'son' of the God King they'd just killed.
The “Clameur de Haro” was lately raised, under peculiar circumstances, as the prelude to a legal protest, in Jersey.