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113 examples of  dura  in sentences

113 examples of dura in sentences

Quid mollius unda? Dura taneu molli saxa cavantur aqua?" Then, again, it is commonly said that: "Oaks may fall when seeds brave the storm.

Dura lex, sed lex.

They keep entirely to themselves, and enjoy certain privileges denied to their surrounding neighbours, and from what I learnt are credited as having come, over a couple of hundred years ago, from across the Hindu Kush, viâ the Dura Pass.

He then sent for Sahib Gul, and eventually it was decided that I should defer my visit to the Kafirs till some of their leading men should arrive, and ad interim I might pay a visit to the Dura Pass.

The head of the Dura Pass, which leads to Zebak and Ishkashim, is a little over 14,000 feet, the ascent being very gradual and quite feasible for laden animals; but owing to the people of Munjan and the Kafirs in the Bogosta Valley, traders prefer the route viâ the Nuksan Pass, which, as its name denotes, is much more difficult.

The cerebellum is separated from the cerebrum by a horizontal partition of membrane, a portion of the dura mater.

The brain and spinal cord are protected by three important membranes, known as the meninges,the dura mater, the arachnoid, and the pia mater.

The outer membrane, the dura mater, is much thicker and stronger than the others, and is composed of white fibrous and elastic connective tissue.

The arachnoid is a thin membrane which lies beneath the dura mater.

The thin covering of the brain and spinal cord, between the dura mater and the pia mater.

It is too muchbut natura lex dura.

[Footnote 7: "Me potius fugiat, nullis mollita querelis, Dum simulet reliquos Lydia dura procos.

[Footnote 10: "Par che la dura quercia e 'l casto alloro, E tutta la frondosa ampia famiglia, Par the la terra e l'acqua e formi e spiri Dolcissimi d'amor sensi e sospiri.

mezzo giorno insino a notte scura, Sempre più franchi a la battaglia dura.

Dopo la morte gli avversarj tuoi, Crudel, ne' lor sepolcri offender vuoi? Clorinda fui: sol qui spirto umano Albergo in questa pianta rozza e dura; Ma ciascun altro ancor, Franco o Pagano,

The pulp of this cannon-ball is, they say, 'vinous and pleasant' when fresh; but those who are mindful of what befell our forefather Adam from eating strange fruits, will avoid it, as they will many more fruits eaten in the Tropics, but digestible only by the dura ilia of Indians and Negroes.

Et certè dum per tanta tormenta, quasi exhaustis totis viribus, iam propè medium locum vallis erat ventum, accidit repentè, sub vnico instanti temporis, quibusdam nostrum expalmatio ita dura, vt omnes paritèr collisi, et prostrati iaceremus in extasi per vnam vul duas forsitan horas.

Phr. dura lex sed lex [Lat.]; dulce et decorum est pro patria mori [Lat.]; honos habet onus [Lat.]; leve fit quod bene fertur onus [Lat.]

The dura mater is next to the skull, above the other, which includes and protects the brain.

Husbandmen, and such as labour, can eat fat bacon, salt gross meat, hard cheese, &c., (O dura messorum illa), coarse bread at all times, go to bed and labour upon a full stomach, which to some idle persons would be present death, and is against the rules of physic, so that custom is all in all.

Mecastor lege dura vivunt mulieres, they lock them still in their houses, which are so many prisons to them.

Ex quibus constat nec diversa aeris et aetheris diaphana esse, nec refractiones aliunde quam a crasso aere causariNon dura aut impervia, sed liquida, subtilis, motuique Planetarium facile cedens. 3085.

no se siente una mosca ... de todos los ojos caen lagrimones tamaños, y al concluir se oye como un suspiro inmenso, que no es otra cosa que la respiración de los circunstantes contenida mientras dura la música....

Y lás mariposas blancas y las libélulas azules, que giran por el aire en extraños círculos, se paraban un momento en nuestros dentellados bordes á contarse los secretos de ese misterioso amor que dura un instante y les consume la vida.

De los senderos busca; Las huellas de unos pies ensangrentados Sobre la roca dura; Los despojos de un alma hecha jirones

] LXIX Al brillar un relámpago nacemos, Y aún dura su fulgor, cuando morimos: ¡Tan corto es el vivir!

Me, pensi immunis cum jam mihi reddor, inertis Desidiae sors dura manet, graviorque labore

Vita omnis scena est ludusque: aut ludere disce Seria seponens, aut mala dura pati.

Heu quam dura preces sprevit, quam surda querelas Parca, juventutem non miserata tuam!

Et hoc negat Tryphonis aemuli domum Negare nobilem insulamve Caeruli, Ubi iste post Sabinus, ante Quinctio Bidente dicit attodisse forcipe Comata colla, ne Cytorio iugo Premente dura volnus ederet iuba.

That it must come in the United States, sooner or later, seems to be a foregone conclusion, as the result of natural lawlex dura, sed tamen lexa hard pill, but one which must be swallowed.

What was the conduct of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, when Nebuchadnezzar set up a golden image in the plain of Dura, and commanded all people, nations, and languages, to fall down and worship it?

What was the conduct of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, when Nebuchadnezzar set up a golden image in the plain of Dura, and commanded all people, nations, and languages, to fall down and worship it?

The walls are entirely encrusted with pietra dura and the most precious kinds of marble.

Anciently, the tenants (in England) in some manors, were not allowed to have their rural implements sharpened by any but those whom the lord appointed; for which an acknowledgment was to be paid, called agusa dura; in some places agusage, a fee for sharpening plough-tackle, which some take to be the same with what was otherwise called reillage, from the ancient French reille, a ploughshare.

A passage in Dante, it appears to us, throws light on the meaning of the Duke's speech: "Lo cielo i vostri movimenti inizia; Non dico tutti; ma posto ch' io 'l dica Lume v' è dato a bene ed a malizia, E libero voler che, se fatica Nelle prime battaglie col ciel dura, Poi vince tutto se ben si notrica.

The dura ilia of the present Duke of Devonshire could always cope with a slice of the office-joint, a hunch of the office-bread, a glass of the office-sherry.

Perhaps, years after, when with less demonstrative nations the memory of the beloved one would have passed away, the Fijian Fidelio may smack his lips, and exclaim, with Petrarch's fervor, "Perchè Morte fura Prima i migliori, e lascia star i rei: Questa aspettata al regno degli Dei Cosa bella mortal passa e non dura.

BAUR, P. V. C. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

P. V. C. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

BELLINGER, ALFRED R. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

ROSTOVTZEFF, M. S. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

The excavations at Dura-Europos conducted by Yale University and the French Academy of Inscriptions & Letters.

ROSTOVTZEFF, M. I. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

The excavations at Dura-Europos, conducted by Yale University & the French Academy of Inscriptions & Letters.

Amsco School Publications (PWH); 22Jul70; R488543. BELLINGER, ALFRED R. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

BROWN, F. E. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

MATSON, FREDERICK R. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

ROSTOVTZEFF, M. I. The excavations at Dura-Europos, by M. I. Rostovtzeff, A. R. Bellinger, F. E. Brown & C. B. Welles.

The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE ROSTOVTZEFF, M. I. TOLNAY, CHARLES DE. SEE DE TOLNAY, CHARLES.

WELLES, C. B. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

BELLINGER, A. R. SEE EXCAVATIONS AT DURA-EUROPOS.

SEE EXCAVATIONS AT DURA-EUROPOS.

SEE AMERICAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES. PFISTER, R. SEE EXCAVATIONS AT DURA-EUROPOS. PHILIPS, JUDSON P. Evidence of the dead.

ROSTOVTZEFF, M. I. SEE EXCAVATIONS AT DURA-EUROPOS. ROSTOW, EUGENE V. The Bankruptcy act of 1898, as amended, including the Chandler act of 1938.

Compiled by R. Dura, Dura-Mortilli & C. Parrilli.

Compiled by R. Dura, Dura-Mortilli & C. Parrilli.

The Excavations at Dura-Europos; preliminary report of the ninth season of work, 1935-1936.

The Messianic theme in the paintings of the Dura Synagogue.

BAUR, P. V. C. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

P. V. C. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

BELLINGER, ALFRED R. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

BAUR, P. V. C. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

P. V. C. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

BELLINGER, ALFRED R. The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE Yale University.

Amsco School Publications (PWH); 22Jul70; R488543. BELLINGER, ALFRED R. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

BROWN, F. E. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

MATSON, FREDERICK R. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

ROSTOVTZEFF, M. I. The excavations at Dura-Europos, by M. I. Rostovtzeff, A. R. Bellinger, F. E. Brown & C. B. Welles.

The excavations at Dura-Europos. SEE ROSTOVTZEFF, M. I. TOLNAY, CHARLES DE. SEE DE TOLNAY, CHARLES.

WELLES, C. B. The excavations at Dura-Europos.

BELLINGER, A. R. SEE EXCAVATIONS AT DURA-EUROPOS.

SEE EXCAVATIONS AT DURA-EUROPOS.

AT DURA-EUROPOS, conducted by Yale University & the French Academy of Inscriptions & Letters.

SEE AMERICAN COUNCIL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES. PFISTER, R. SEE EXCAVATIONS AT DURA-EUROPOS. PHILIPS, JUDSON P. Evidence of the dead.

Compiled by R. Dura, Dura-Mortilli & C. Parrilli.

Compiled by R. Dura, Dura-Mortilli & C. Parrilli.

The Excavations at Dura-Europos; preliminary report of the ninth season of work, 1935-1936.

The Messianic theme in the paintings of the Dura Synagogue.

J'en mangeai avec lui, et elle nous dura trois jours.

D'abord ils s'amusèrent à courir les uns après les autres, et cette manoeuvre dura environ une demi-heure.

Il avoît passé avec les croisades dans celles des princes chretiens d'Europe, et dura en France, pour les fous, jusqu'à Louis XIV.]

quid mollius unda? Dura tamen molli saxa cavantur aquâ.

Austin de Bordeaux, a French goldsmith, who was employed by Shah Jahan in making the celebrated Peacock throne, may possibly have executed some of this metal-work in the Taj; but there is no evidence worthy of consideration to support the common Anglo-Indian belief that he designed or superintended the pietra dura, or inlaid marble decoration of the building, which is entirely of the Persian school.

It contains an interesting collection of photographs and drawings of the Taj at different periods, and specimens of the stones used in the pietra dura, or inlay work of the building.

There are also samples illustrating the technique of pietra dura, and the tools used by native workmen.

It is quite possible that some Italians may have shown the native inlayers specimens of Florentine pietra dura, and suggested to them this naturalistic treatment, but if Italians or other Europeans had been engaged to instruct or supervise in the decoration of these buildings they would certainly have left some traces of their handiwork.

'Ut nox longa, quibus Mentitur arnica, diesque Longa videtur opus debentibus, ut piger Annus Pupillis, quos dura premit Custodia matrum, Sic mihi Tarda fluunt ingrataque Tempora, quæ spem Consiliumque morantur agendi Gnaviter, id quod Æquè pauperibus prodest, Locupletibus aquè, Æquè neglectum pueris senibusque nocebit.

Friday, November 12, 1714. 'dura Exerce imperia, et ramos compesce fluentes.' Virg.

Tu lo vedrai ammazzato Sopra d'una dura croce, Figlio bello!

Tu procul a patria (nec sit mihi credere) tantum Alpinas, ah dura, nives, et frigora Rheni Me sine sola vides.

A nun sings: La dura corda e 'l vel bruno e la tonica Gittar voglio e lo scapolo Che mi tien qui rinchiusa e fammi monica; Poi teco a guisa d'assetato giovane, Non già che si sobbarcoli, Venir me n' voglio ove fortuna piovane: E son contenta star per serva e cuoca, Chè men mi cocerò ch' ora mi cuoca.

Or la tenera vite e l' uva acerba Tagliata avete con la falce dura.

FurniturePietra-dura and other enrichmentsRuskin's criticism.

THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY: Leonardo da Vinci and RaffaeleChurch of St. Peter, contemporary great artistsThe Italian PalazzoMethods of gilding, inlaying and mounting Furniture-Pietra-dura and other enrichmentsRuskin's criticism.

"Pietra-dura" as an ornament was first introduced in Italy during the sixteenth century, and became a fashion.

Laudatur, my dear Smiles, et alget. Paupertas, dura paupertasI might, perhaps, satisfy the curious gazer by producing theerpawntickets for the missing articles.

DURA DEN, a glen near Cupar-Fife, famous for the number of ganoid fossil fishes entombed in its sandstone.

PIETRA DURA, a name given to the purest kind of Florentine mosaic work, consists of hard stones characterised by brilliancy of colour.