I heard him draw a pleasant picture to Zillah of what he would do if he were as strong as I: the inclination is there, and his very weakness will sharpen his wits to find a substitute for strength.'
Others in Hallandren simply wore bright colors to draw attention to themselves, but Awakeners... they stole the life from human beings, and used that to make themselves stand out.
They pawed their blouses, both of black satin, two and nine a yard, waiting for their teas to draw, and two and seven.
Now that I had a moment to myself, I lost no time in changing the priming of my pistol, and then, having one ready for service, and to make assurance doubly sure, I proceeded to draw the load of the other and recharge it afresh from the beginning.
In a minute there was silence again, and the same shrill voice sang another verse;‘“O Looking-Glass creatures,” quoth Alice, “draw near!
You draw and paint, I hear, Mr. Hartright?
I could draw your secret out of you, if I liked, as I draw this finger out of the palm of my hand--you know I could!
“Not too much so,” replied d’Artagnan, with a bow that was not deficient in dignity, “since you do me the honor to draw a sword with me while suffering from a wound which is very inconvenient.”
“Yes, to make him come to Paris; and when once come to Paris, to draw him into some snare.”
Emir and Dervish, officer and soldier, friend and foe, kneel alike to this god of ancient Egypt and draw each day their daily water in goatskin or canteen.
He proceeded to draw attention to the perilous position of General Gordon at Khartoum.
From these preliminaries I proceed to draw some comparisons.
It is not merely that I paint from him, draw from him, sketch from him.
Draw that curtain back, and you will see mine."
In its early stages the drawing is often primitive like the drawing of clever children; quadrupeds are usually drawn with one hind-leg and one fore-leg, as children draw them to this day.
The movable part balanced perfectly with the counterpoise, and needed but little effort to raise it; between the hinge and crossbeam on which the draw rested when closed, the distance was twenty feet, a gap sufficiently wide to prevent animals from getting across.
Aglaya Ivanovna asked you to draw his portrait, and gave you the whole subject of the picture.
“My darling, my little idol,” cried the general, kissing and fondling her hands (Aglaya did not draw them away); “so you love this young man, do you?”
“I do not draw back one iota from what I have said just now, butsuppose for one moment I agreed with the prosecution that myluckless client had stained his hands with his father’s blood.
09:014:038 And Saul said, Draw ye near hither, all the chief of the people: and know and see wherein this sin hath been this day.
18:041:001 Canst thou draw out leviathan with an hook?
25:004:003 Even the sea monsters draw out the breast, they give suck to their young ones: the daughter of my people is become cruel, like the ostriches in the wilderness.
26:022:004 Thou art become guilty in thy blood that thou hast shed; and hast defiled thyself in thine idols which thou hast made; and thou hast caused thy days to draw near, and art come even unto thy years: therefore have I made thee a reproach unto the heathen, and a mocking to all countries.
At sight of Thee, made known, The Three Worlds quake; the lower gods draw nigh Thee; They fold their palms, and bow Body, and breast, and brow, And, whispering worship, laud and magnify Thee!
I will draw back from him and threaten him with my horns, as I did yesterday: I will feign myself ill, and at the point of death." "
"Secondly, Not to do violence to any body whatever, for in that case you will draw every body's hatred upon you.
He had begun to draw the head only.
Eugene would invariably draw his chair close to his favorite window when he came in, while Angela made lemonade or iced tea or practised her culinary art on a chafing dish.
They saw her white shape draw near to the spring-cart, on which her box was already placed.
The Kornilovists of the Staff are trying to draw in from the suburbs yunkers and volunteer battalions.
But by an appeal to her affection for her mother, by representing the inconveniences which that indulgent mother must draw on herself, if (as would probably be the case) she consented to this increase of establishment, Marianne was shortly subdued; and she promised not to tempt her mother to such imprudent kindness by mentioning the offer, and to tell Willoughby when she saw him next, that it must be declined.
Let me be able to fancy that a better knowledge of my heart, and of my present feelings, will draw from her a more spontaneous, more natural, more gentle, less dignified, forgiveness.
By means of comparatively simple considerations we are led to draw the following conclusion from these premises, in conjunction with the fundamental equations of the electrodynamics of Maxwell: A body moving with the velocity v, which absorbs * an amount of energy E in the form of radiation without suffering an alteration in velocity in the process, has, as a consequence, its energy increased by an amount eq.
Into the sorrow of that bereavement we cannot enter: we have no right or power to draw the veil.
And that distill'd by magic sleights Shall raise such artificial sprites As by the strength of their illusion Shall draw him on to his confusion.
O to draw you to me, to plant on you for the first time the lips of a determin'd man.
Meanwhile the British manoeuvr'd to draw us out for a pitch'd battle, But we dared not trust the chances of a pitch'd battle.
She tried to draw near to him sympathetically, but his wounded spirit could not be healed so easily.
True, he had made that last stride, he had stepped over the edge, while I had been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot.
By what I could discover, the Yahoos appear to be the mostunteachable of all animals: their capacity never reaching higherthan to draw or carry burdens.
Two men meeting under the same condition would mechanically draw away a few paces, out of the route of persons passing in or out of the shop.
But finding that he turned uncomfortably cold when he began to wonder which of his curtains this new spectre would draw back, he put them every one aside with his own hands, and, lying down again, established a sharp look-out all round the bed.
Let us draw further back.
The sovereigns of improved and commercial countries are not under the same necessity of accumulating treasures, because they can generally draw from their subjects extraordinary aids upon extraordinary occasions.
This superiority of profit in the colony trade could not fail to draw from other branches of trade a part of the capital which had before been employed in them.
If it affords at any time much less than this, other trades will soon draw so much capital from it as will again raise that profit.
But now when it has been surmounted, when Europe, rid of this nightmare, can again draw breath freely and at least enjoy a healthier--sleep, we, WHOSE DUTY IS WAKEFULNESS ITSELF, are the heirs of all the strength which the struggle against this error has fostered.
“Sir Knight (quoth he), my master and my lord, Now draw the cut, for that is mine accord.
Her pride could still its very pulses, it appeared, and draw the placid veil before her face, through which she sat looking straight before her on the far distance.