To burst or rupture is to tear or rend by force from within, burst denoting the greater violence; as, to burst a gun; to rupture a blood-vessel; a steam-boiler may be ruptured when its substance is made to divide by internal pressure without explosion.
We have never yet seen drops of blood on colored carpets, yet we believe in applying <p 146>our experience of blood stains on clothes and boots analogically.
"Two of them," said Sancho, "are green, two blood-red, two blue, and one a mixture of all colours."
"All that is very well," said Don Quixote; "but let the shoes and the blood-lettings stand as a setoff against the blows you have given him without any cause; for if he spoiled the leather of the shoes you paid for, you have damaged that of his body, and if the barber took blood from him when he was sick, you have drawn it when he was sound; so on that score he owes you nothing."
Such as it was, however, it existed, and it is remarkable that Confucius, when consulted on the subject, took no notice of it, but affirmed the duty of blood-revenge in the strongest and most unrestricted terms.
In short, Dr. Hart's theory is that hypnotism comes from controlling the blood supply of the brain, cutting off the supply from parts or increasing it in other parts.
‘No blood-relation,’ I replied; ‘but we were brought up together, like brother and sister.’
Pure of stock he knew them to be, for their unmixed blood had had its fountain source in the veins of some of America's best and earliest settlers; primitive in their ideals, strong in their simple purposes and passions, the products of, and perhaps even now factors in, blood feuds whose beginnings dated back generations.
The fairest children of the blood royal Of Israel he *did do geld* anon, caused to be castratedAnd maked each of them to be his thrall.
HE HAD BEEN TIM'S BLOOD-HORSE ALL THE WAY FROM CHURCH HE HAD BEEN TIM'S BLOOD-HORSE ALL THE WAY FROM CHURCHThere never was such a goose.
“So we’re sticking to the blood-cells-with-waldoes model.”
But we have seen what long and hard fighting was required before it could take, in Athens and Rome, the place of the old organization by blood kinship.
And Buck was truly a red-eyed devil, as he drew himself together for the spring, hair bristling, mouth foaming, a mad glitter in his blood-shot eyes.
In addition it causes lapses in blood pressure and palpitation of the heart by means of disturbances of the heart action, and this shows clearly visible palpitation of the right carotid (well within the breadth of hand under the ear in the middle of the right side of the neck).
At first, I thought it was Traddles coming back for something Mrs. Micawber had left behind; but as the step approached, I knew it, and felt my heart beat high, and the blood rush to my face, for it was Steerforth’s.
The fairy-boy I was bonded to, and supposed to mate for life with would save the vampire-boy who I had a blood tie to and who shared half of my heart?
As it is difficult to show the blood-relationship between the numerous kindred of any ancient and noble family, even by the aid of a genealogical tree, and almost impossible to do this without this aid, we can understand the extraordinary difficulty which naturalists have experienced in describing, without the aid of a diagram, the various affinities which they perceive between the many living and extinct members of the same great natural class.
They were red and black, smooth-coated and with a blood-hound head, and the moment they saw us they came ravening and leaping at the bars as an angry wave leaps against a rock.
He’s not in favor of emotions right now, not with the messydivorce proceedings and the blood sacrifice Pam is trying to extractfrom him; he’d much rather love and loss and hate had never beeninvented.
My lens discloses more than one blood-mark, especially towards the end of the rope, from which I gather that he slipped down with such velocity that he took the skin off his hand."