1709 examples of fest in sentences

Himlen er bleven Jordens Gjaest Snart er det Julens sode Fest.

When we came to the hotel he asked the landlord for a room for me, who immediately came to me and explained that on account of the great "Fest" (anniversary) he had turned all the spare rooms of the house into coffee-rooms, "but," said he, "though I know that Americans are used to good accommodations, I can only offer you the Fruchtkammer (granery) to-night, where I have a good nice bed for you, however, if that will suit you."

The city was splendidly decorated with flags, and the "Fest" was a grand success in every respect.

The Beschehr-Fest, in particular, came back to him,the feast of gifts at Christmas,when the entire community paired off and gave presents, many of which had taken weeks to make or the savings of many days to purchase.

For the Third Ward, near the corner of Ninth street, between F and G, west of the Patent Office.

In words of their own language, the letters f, l, r, v, and x, do not occur.


On this passage it is natural to suggest [Footnote F: Luke xvii 18-24]

[Footnote F: The largest boom in the Navy is 72 feet long, and 16-1/2 inches in diameter; the largest mast is 127 feet 3 inches long, and 42 inches diameter; the largest yard is 111 feet long, and 26-1/2 inches diameter.]

The magma thus produced is put into a deep jacketed pan heated by warm water, and the fat is melted at a temperature not exceeding 130°F.

If the flare has been very effectually mashed, the fat may be easily melted away from the membraneous matter at 120°F., or even below that, and no further continuance of the heat is required beyond what is necessary for effecting a separation of the melted fat from the membraneous or other suspended matter.

The water, charged with fine particles of fecula, and forming a sort of milk, flows through the tube, z, into the lower part, N, of the washing apparatus, F, while the pulp runs over the sieve and falls into the grinding-mill, H.

This latter divides all those cellular portions of the fecula that have not been opened by the rasp, and allows them to run, through the tube, h, into the washing apparatus, F, where the fecula is completely separated from woody fibers.

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[Footnote F: Professor Dr. Wade, Berlin.]

[Footnote F: Bolko v. Katte, in the Kreuzzeitung of November 18, 1910.]

He no longer alluded to the hazards of the passage, but strove, by the thousand nameless assiduities which his station enabled him to man fest, to expel all recollection of had passed from their minds.


Barcarolle in F minor; rev. ed., with biographical sketch, fingering, phrasing, pedaling, and instructive annotations, by Leopold Godowsky; pf.

John Muir Hanna (PPW) & Ralph Eugene Wolfe (F of L. M. Wolfe); 18Apr66; R383541.

The history of the Jornado, of indwellers named and known, begins with six Americans, as follows: Sandoval, a Mexican; Toussaint, a Frenchman; Fest, a German; Martin, a German; Roullier, a Swiss; and Teagardner, a Welshman.

von Reinsberg-Düringsfeld, Fest-Kalender aus Böhmen, p. 67).

" L. Lloyd, Peasant Life in Sweden (London, 1870), pp. 233 sq. Reinsberg-Düringsfeld, Fest-Kalender aus Böhmen (Prague, N.D.), pp. 211 sq.; Br. Jelínek, "Materialien zur Vorgeschichte und Volkskunde Böhmens," Mittheilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien, xxi.

307 sq. J. Grimm, Deutsche Mythologie* i. 519; Theodor Vernaleken, Mythen und Bräuche des Volkes in Oesterreich (Vienna, 1859), p. 308; Joseph Virgil Grohmann, Aberglauben und Gebräuche aus Bohmen und Mähren (Prague and Leipsic, 1864), p. 80, § 636; Reinsberg-Düringsfeld, Fest-Kalender aus Bohmen (Prague, N.D.), pp.

"This fest was noble ynow, and nobliche y-do [done]; For mony was the faire ledy, that y-come was thereto.

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