Such are the talents determined on some specialty, which a culminating civilization fosters in the heart of great cities and in royal chambers.
No more; we banish thee our Court and kingdome: A King that fosters men so dipt in blood May be call'd mercifull but never good: Begone upon thy life.
The old fosters meditation and silence; the new kindles the imagination, by its variety of perspective arrangement and mystic representation,still reverential, still expressive of consecrated sentiments, yet more cheerful.
At the present time there are many interests which need no protection at all, and the protection of these interests, as a matter of course, fosters monopolies.
"It fosters the spirit of speculation and extravagance.
But if a man wood consort with a soule Where all mans sea of gall and bitternes Is quite evaporate with her holy flames, And in whose powers a Dove-like innocence Fosters her own deserts, and life and death Runnes hand in hand before them, all the skies Cleare and transparent to her piercing eyes.
But if a man wood consort with a soule Where all mans Sea of gall and bitternes Is quite evaporate with her holy flames, And in whose powers a Dove-like innocence Fosters her own deserts, and life and death Runnes hand in hand before them, all the Skies Cleere, and transparent to her piercing eyes, Then wood my friend be something, but till then A Cipher, nothing, or the worst of men.
It fosters a race of men, whose gods are relentless and inscrutable, revealing themselves seldom, and dwelling in a fierce splendour beyond earthly knowledge.
Hatred severs human lives, fosters persecution, and hurls nations into ruthless war, yet men, though they do not understand why, retain some measure of faith in the overshadowing of a Perfect Love; and to reach this Love and to live consciously in it is peace.
For all your loving encouragem'tstill this final damp came in the shape of your letter, thanksfor Books alsogreet the Fosters and Proctorsand come singly or conjunctively as soon as you can.
She had the feeling, motherly and sisterly in its mingled instinct, by which all true and fine feminine natures are moved, in behalf of the man-nature in its dawn, that so needs sympathy and gentle consideration and provision, and that certain respect which calls forth and fosters self-respect; to be allowed and acknowledged to be somebody, lest for the want of this it should fail, unhappily, ever to be anybody.
" This case is given to the reader at length, in order fully to show, that in a community where the law sanctions the commission of every species of outrage upon one class of citizens, it fosters passions which will paralyze its power to protect the other classes.
All the sham reputations which a long spell of peace undoubtedly fosters are unmasked.
Journalism is part of the written word and, hence, a college that fosters the growth of journalism would be ideal in the serene surrounding of Goa's educational landscape.
A little more than two months later, as the Seatons, Taylors, and Fosters prepared to celebrate Thanksgiving dinner on the farm, the Tartarus was speeding through the void.
He is the man who fosters and protects them.
But there is something about prosperity that almost inevitably fosters decline.
It costs nothing in money; it is all profit; it completes our education, founds and fosters our friendships, and can be enjoyed at any age and in almost any state of health.
Irish labor fosters the "one big union."
c. Athletics fosters slovenliness of dress and manners, while manual training cultivates the love of the beautiful.
A better realization of this fact has led many employers to pursue a farther-sighted policy that fosters a better understanding and a kindlier feeling on both sides of the labor-contract.
This very sentiment, which our cultivation refines, fosters, makes supreme, is encountered by that harsh and cruel evil which grows also with the growth of civilizationpovertycivilized poverty.
This fosters infidelity, and is mental quackery, that denies the Principle of Mind-healing.
Nothing so fosters haughtiness and egotism as a sphere like this, and it may be doubted whether the crowned heads of the world receive more adulation from their households than men so situated.
Follower of Hettel, 25; athletic skill of, 26; wounds Hagen, 27; fosters Ortwine, 27; to be Gudrun's deliverer, 31; challenges Normans, 32; kills Gerlinda, 33. WAX'MUTH.