You will feel a bit shy about it, for introductions are difficult to accomplish gracefully; you will steal a furtive glance at your hearer perchance, and another at the word itself, as you would when first labeling a man "my friend Mr. Blank."
It is only just over a hundred years since John Howard died; yet in his day persons could be put to death for stealing a horse or a sheep, for robbing dwellings, for defrauding creditors, for forgery, for wounding deer, for killing or maiming cattle, for stealing goods to the value of five shillings, or even for cutting a band in a hop plantation.
The users of underground boards won't complain if some guy is busted for crashing systems, spreading viruses, or stealing money by wire-fraud.
Then informing the auctioneer that I was a United States detective, and showing him--as well as an inquisitive officer--my commission as such, I told him to stop the sale, as the mule was stolen property, and that I had arrested the thief, whose name was Williams.
D'you think there is any one who comes here at night and steals things?"
Besides, you're a beauty," with tender brusqueness, "and a charmer that steals the hearts of men.
And here he had been stealing a man's wife and nothing said except what Mr. Holymead called him.
Had I outwitted my wily foe, and by some miracle stolen a march on him?
You stole this young man.
Lenore stole a look at Dorn, to see him, bareheaded, face upturned, entranced.
I thirst for your blood for stealing my food from me!
They stole slaves and when they caught some stranger they made him a slave.
For, when it should have been droning psalms, it was forever lilting forth some blithesome melody, some merry song of eyes and lips and stolen kisses.
The cause of this unhappy disagreement was Titania's refusing to give Oberon a little changeling boy, whose mother had been Titania's friend: and upon her death the fairy queen stole the child from its nurse, and brought him up in the woods.
Even at that early age my adventurous spirit led me into all sorts of mischief and danger, and when I look back upon my childhood's days I often wonder that I did not get drowned while swimming or sailing, or my neck broken while I was stealing apples in the neighboring orchards.
CHAPTER III Inspector Chippenfield, who had come into prominence in the newspapers as the man who had caught the gang who had stolen Lady Gladville's jewels--which included the most costly pearl necklace in the world--was placed in charge of the case.
Should he do so the others exclaim, "You have stolen a purse of gold from your father and mother."" "
I stole the letter for the purpose of copying it, but it was stolen from me in turn by a nefarious emissary of the London Times, who has not however, dared to use it.
Simson gave me another terrible shock, stealing into the open door-way with his light, as much awe-stricken, as wildly curious, as I. But the minister resumed, without seeing Simson, speaking to some one else.
In the palace there built for the King Hyrieus, they so laid a stone, that it might be taken away, and in the night they crept in through the hole they had thus contrived, to steal the king's treasures.
A hard and rocky soil necessitated industry, thrift, and severe punishment on those who stole the fruits of labor, even as miners in the Rocky Mountains sacredly abstain from appropriating the gold of their fellow-laborers.
Like the giants of the ancient fable, he has stormed the very ramparts of Divine power, or, like Prometheus, he has stolen fire of omnipotent forces from Heaven itself for his use.
Resting at Fort Wallace, they started September 10th, for the town of Sheridan, thirteen miles distant, where a band of Indians had attacked a train, killed two teamsters, and stolen some cattle.
Fry Guy and his cohort, using LoD techniques, stole six thousand dollars from Western Union between December 1988 and July 1989.
When the slaves took anything the masters called it stealing, yet they were stealing the slaves' time year after year.
If a father has stolen a sheep, the son will give evidence against him."
Grey sang an English song about the north-country maid who came to London, and a bit of the chanty of the Devon men who sacked Santa Fe and stole the Almirante's daughter.
When Heddy had performed his business with our companions, who were engaged in cooking, he went directly to the boat, stole all the clothes in it, and then travelled away for East-Hampton, as I was informed.
At first within the yard confined, He flies and hides from all mankind; Now bolder grown, with fixed amaze, And distant awe, presumes to gaze; Munches the linen on the lines, And on a hood or apron dines: He steals my little master's bread, Follows the servants to be fed: 20 Nearer and nearer now he stands, To feel the praise of patting hands; Examines every fist for meat, And though repulsed, disdains retreat: Attacks again with levelled horns; And man, that was his terror, scorns.
"I don't care about stealing the kind of money you deal in," said Jack, coolly. "
They may have surreptitiously stolen your keys."
Who stole four eggs I laid, And the nice nest I made?"
We had stolen the boat, and our trouble did not end until we had each received a merited whipping, which impressed the incident vividly upon my mind.
What this terrible outrage would have excited those who had suffered this cruel wrong to do in return--whether they would have started off there and then, burnt Horace House to the ground, and hung its inhabitants on the surrounding trees--it would be hard to say; as it was, at this very moment a counter-attraction was forced upon their attention by Morris, who came shouldering his way into their midst, saying,-- "Look here, you fellows, some one's stolen my watch and chain!"
He who steals my hat may steal trash, but without it I should be like a disembodied spirit unable to return to my earthly dwelling-place.
She, on the right-hand border of the car Still firmly standing, to those holy beings Thus her discourse directed afterwards: "Ye keep your watch in the eternal day, So that nor night nor sleep can steal from you One step the ages make upon their path; Therefore my answer is with greater care, That he may hear me who is weeping yonder, So that the sin and dole be of one measure.
It would have been simpler, I admit, if I had stolen the paper, per se, and not the lady with it.
She stole out her hand to his arm.
We cling gladly to the story of the tear that stole down his face in death, and would fain see in it some confirmation of the view according to which the soul receives in that crucial hour a final choice based on the collective experience of its mortal life.
Men don't have any reputation, except when they steal a woman's.
I will give aid, and steal thee past The Argive watch.
But I didn’t steal the blessed pearl.
Twas the boy that stole your meat, and you'll beat the post.
VII OLD LETTERS AND NEW Blossy left the room without a word, and went stealing up the stairs to the little cupboard where she now slept, and where was hung on the wall, in a frame of yellow hollyhocks, painted by her own hand, a photograph of Captain Samuel Darby, the man who had remained obstinately devoted to her since her days of pinafores.
David as an historical study Early days of David His accomplishments His connection with Saul His love for Jonathan Death of Saul David becomes king Death of Abner David generally recognized as king Makes Jerusalem his capital Alliance with Hiram Transfer of the Sacred Ark Folly of David's Wife Organization of the kingdom Joab Commander-in-chief of the army The court of David His polygamy War with Moab War with the Ammonites Conquest of the Edomites Bathsheba David's shame and repentance Edward Irving on David's fall Its causes Census of the people Why this was a folly Wickedness of David's children Amnon Alienation of David's subjects The famine in Judah Revolt of Sheba Adonijah seeks to steal the sceptre Troubles and trials of David Preparation for building the Temple David's wealth His premature old age Absalom's rebellion and death David's final labors His character as a man and a monarch Why he was a man after God's own heart David's services His Psalms Their mighty influence SOLOMON.
Tom, Tom the Pipers' son, Stole a Pig, and away he run; The Pig was eat, and TOM was beat.
TAFFY was a Welshman, TAFFY was a thief, TAFFY came to my house and stole a piece of beef.
22:1 If a man shall steal an ox, or a sheep, and kill it, or sell it; he shall restore five oxen for an ox, and four sheep for a sheep.
The cat had stolen the note and swallowed it, was caught and shot, and the note thus recovered."
If you should only steal an hour to think, Sometime, there might be less to be forgiven.