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100 example sentences with  lande

100 example sentences with lande

3rd dy of June, yr 1672 hathe sene ye Promissd Lande.

Canst thou balance our city upon an egg?"Than he thought in his mynde to founde in the middle of the sea a fayre towne, with great landes belongynge to it, and so he did by his cunnynge, and called it Napells.

M. De Lande fastened a copper ring round a salmon's tail, and found that, for three successive seasons, it returned to the same place.

General Durrieu (of the Landes).

LAMOTHE.A small village in the Landes, 25 miles from Bordeaux.

MORCENZ.A town in the "Landes" district, 68 miles from Bordeaux, and junction for the Tarbes-Bigorre line.

PEYREHORADE.Village in the Landes, and station on the line between Puyoo (13 miles) and Bayonne (19 miles).

But Master Collin Cloute is not euery body, and albeit his olde companions, Master Cuddy & Master Hobbinoll, be as little be holding to their Mistresse Poetrie as euer you wist, yet he peraduenture, by the meanes of hir speciall fauour, and some personall priuiledge, may happely line by Dying Pellicanes, and purchase great landes and lordshippes with the money which his Calendar and Dreames haue and will affourde him.

About thirty to fifty feet is the average height of these Coco palms, which have all, without exception, a peculiarity which I have noticed to a less degree in another sand- and shore-growing tree, the Pinaster of the French Landes.

In this lande I behelde with great delight a very strange spectacle, namely a certaine man leading about with him more then foure thousande partriges.

This Iland is vnder the Signiorie or gouernement of Ragusa, it is distant from Ragusa 50 miles, and there is by that Iland a greater, named Meleda, which is also vnder the gouernement of Ragusa, it is about 30 miles in length, and inhabited, and hath good portes, it lyeth by East from Augusta, and ouer against this Iland lyeth a hill called Monte S. Angelo, vpon the coast of Puglia in Italy, and we had sight of both landes at one time.

Puglia is a plaine low lande, and Chimera in Albania is very high land, so that it is seene the further.

They haue also on the hauen side of it a Castle, and the hauen is chained, the citie hath onely two gates, to say, one for the lande and another for the sea, they haue in the towne continually, be it peace or warres, 800 souldiers, and fortie and sixe gunners, besides Captaines, petie Captaines, Gouernour and Generall The lande gate hath alwayes fiftie souldiers, pikes and gunners with their harnes, watching thereat night and day.

They haue also on the hauen side of it a Castle, and the hauen is chained, the citie hath onely two gates, to say, one for the lande and another for the sea, they haue in the towne continually, be it peace or warres, 800 souldiers, and fortie and sixe gunners, besides Captaines, petie Captaines, Gouernour and Generall The lande gate hath alwayes fiftie souldiers, pikes and gunners with their harnes, watching thereat night and day.

Alexandria hath three portes, one towardes Rossetto, another to the land ward, and the third to the sea ward, which is called Babelbar, without which appeareth a broad Iland called Ghesira in the Moores tongue, which is not wholy an Iland, because a litle point or corner thereof toucheth the firme lande, and therefore may be called Peninsula, that is to say, almost an Iland.

More within the lande by the riuers side is Damiata an auncient citie enuironed with walles contayning fiue miles in circuit, and but of small strength.

The new Cairo answereth euery yeere in tribute to the grand Signior, 600000 ducates of gold, neat and free of all charges growing on the same, which money is sent to Constantinople, about the fine of September, by the way of Aleppo, alwayes by lande, vnder the custodie of three hundred horsemen, and two hundred Ianizaries footmen.

Grida hath three gates, one on eche side, and the thirde in the midst towarde the lande, which is called the port of Mecca, neere vnto which are 6. or 7.

The Rubarbe commeth from thence ouer lande, by the way of Persia, because that euery yeere there goeth a great Carouan from Persia to China, which is in going thither sixe moneths.

Orisa was a faire kingdome and trustie, through the which a man might haue gone with golde in his hande without any daunger at all, as long as the lawefull King reigned which was a Gentile, who continued in the citie called Catecha, which was within the lande size dayes iourney.

The Retor with the customer sent for mee, and demaunded why I put not my goods a lande, and payed my custome as other men did?

From Martauan I departed to goe to the chiefest Citie in the kingdome of Pegu, which is also called after the name of the kingdome, which voyage is made by sea in three or foure daies: they may goe also by lande, but it is better for him that hath marchandize to goe by sea and lesser charge.

About the fifteenth of September the Moores of the firme lande beginne to come to Goa, and they come from all parts, as well from Balaguate, Bezenegar, as also from Sudalacan, and other places.

And Lambarde, in his Customes of Kent (Perambulation, 410, 1596, page 538), thus notices it:"The custom of Grauelkynde is generall, and spreadeth itselfe throughout the whole shyre, into all landes subiect by auncient tenure vnto the same, such places onely excepted, where it is altered by acte of parleament."] [Footnote 20: Minster-walk, 1st edit.]

I meane to stay behinde, To take possession of his goods and landes

the whystlinge winds still threaten wreckes, And flyinge nowe for refuge to the lande Find nought save desolation.

What can be more artless and pathetic, for instance, than these lines of the young Melitta when she regrets her expatriatioa: Kein Busen schlรคgt mlr bier in diesem Lande, Und meine Freunden wohnen weit von hier.

"The furste that fyndes and bringes me to my grave, The landes of Plymstoke they shal have."

Well, he has given up all that, and though he still struts about on great high heels, like a Landes peasant on his stilts, he has no brightness at all in his clothes.

The inhabitants of the Landes, in the south of France, being cut off from the rest of the world, have it not in their power, except when once or twice a year they travel to the nearest towns with their wool, to purchase candles; and as they have no notion how these can be made, they substitute in their place a lamp fed with the turpentine extracted from the fir-trees.

The wuneden ther on folde, Wes thisses landes folke Leodene hendest itald; And alswa the wimmen Wunliche on heowen.

[Footnote 52: It was the custom at the meetings of the Landes Gemeinde, or Diet, to set swords upright in the ground as emblems of authority.]

He was to "enjoye his landes in as large and ample manner to all intentes and purposes as any Lord of any Manours in England dothe holde his grounde."

18.SORTING ROOM IN BERLIN POST OFFICE.] But even the Chinese carrier may not strike us so curiously as another associate, given in our next picture, Fig. 21, and yet he is a European employe from the Landes department of highly cultivated France.

21.DELIVERING LETTERS IN LANDES DEPARTMENT, FRANCE.]

James M. Landes (A); 21Jan66; R384348.

SEE Lande, A. BACMEISTER, RHODA W. Stories to begin on.

LANDE, A. Zeemaneffekt und Multiplettstruktur der Spektrallinien, by A. Lande & E. Back.

LANDE, A. Zeemaneffekt und Multiplettstruktur der Spektrallinien, by A. Lande & E. Back.

A. Lande (A); 18Mar68; R431694.

Trust Dept., Austin National Bank (E of E. C. Barker) & Henry Steele Commager (A); 20Feb70; R479395. BARNES, JOHN LANDES.

By Murray Frank Gardner & John Landes Barnes.

ยฉ 22Dec42; A169934. Murray Frank Gardner & John Landes Barnes (A); 8Apr70; R482047.

LANDES, SUSAN ELIZABETH BEACH.

Susan Elizabeth Beach Landes (C of W. G. Beach); 27Nov70; R496099.

Susan Elizabeth Beach Landes & Rachel Julia Beach Bernt (C); 17Aug72; R534612.

LANDES, SUSAN ELIZABETH BEACH.

By Ruth Landes.

Ruth Landes (A); 23May74; R577646. R577674.

James M. Landes (A); 21Jan66; R384348.

SEE Lande, A. BACMEISTER, RHODA W. Stories to begin on.

LANDE, A. Zeemaneffekt und Multiplettstruktur der Spektrallinien, by A. Lande & E. Back.

LANDE, A. Zeemaneffekt und Multiplettstruktur der Spektrallinien, by A. Lande & E. Back.

A. Lande (A); 18Mar68; R431694.

Trust Dept., Austin National Bank (E of E. C. Barker) & Henry Steele Commager (A); 20Feb70; R479395. BARNES, JOHN LANDES.

By Murray Frank Gardner & John Landes Barnes.

ยฉ 22Dec42; A169934. Murray Frank Gardner & John Landes Barnes (A); 8Apr70; R482047.

LANDES, SUSAN ELIZABETH BEACH.

Susan Elizabeth Beach Landes (C of W. G. Beach); 27Nov70; R496099.

Susan Elizabeth Beach Landes & Rachel Julia Beach Bernt (C); 17Aug72; R534612.

LANDES, SUSAN ELIZABETH BEACH.

By Ruth Landes.

Ruth Landes (A); 23May74; R577646. R577674.

The 9. of September Iohn Schellinger sent out his boate to rowe to lande, where they founde three Fishermen, of whome for two or three kniues they had great store of fishes.

Wherewith we shut at them, but they feared not our shot, for they knew not what they ment, they thought likewise that the peeces coulde carrie no further then they were long: but when they sawe eight or nine of their fellowes dead, they fled into the woodes, and wee entering vpon the lande set fire on their houses, whereof we burnt about twentie or thirtie.

of Iune there rowed a scute called a Prawen harde vnder the lande by vs, wee called him, but not against his will, and shewed him siluer, and other wares that liked him well, he bad vs make towards the strand, and told vs of Bantam, saying that there we should haue al kinds of Marchandise.

we sayled Northeast towardes the lande of Iaua maior.

There we saw great numbers of Battes, that flew ouer our shippes, and were as bigge as Crowes, which in that Countrey they vse to eat, as they say: About noone we came before the towne of Ballaboam, so neare vnto it, that we might easily see it, and there we lay behind a high point of lande, thinking to take in water.

The 22. of Ianuarie we tooke our Pinace, and sayled about the shore as neere the land as possible we might, to seeke for fresh water, but we found none, for the Riuer that ran through the towne was paled vp (by them that lay before it) so that no man might passe either out or in, but onely on the lande side, and that with great daunger: The same day there came 2. or 3.

of Ianuarie we set sayle to finde a conuenient place to refresh vs with water and other prouision, for wee were informed by a man of Bengala, that of his owne will sayled with vs, and that had beene in Bally, that there wee should finde water and other thinges to serue our necessities, so that by night wee ankered vnder a high pointe of lande on the South West ende of Bally.

miles beyond the point, and he that brought the letter came with it ouer land; and at the same time there was a man sent on lande with a small present for the King, that we might winne his fauour.

our man came on borde againe, and brought vs newes how Rodenburgh with one of the Portingalles slaues, being on lande were against their willes led before the King, but the saylors of the Mauritius had gotten men for pledges.

of Februarie we hoysed ankers, minding to set saile and so go homeward, leauing our two men aforesaid on land, but because it was calme weather we ankered, and went once againe on lande, and the 26.

we saw the firme lande of ร†thiopia, being vnder 33.

of May we discouered the Island of S. Helena, but we could not see the Portingal ship, still sayling with a stiffe Southeast wind, and about euening we were vnder the Island, which is very high lande, and may be seene at the least 14.

But we, to make them vnderstand the contrary, sent on lande one Abdoll of China, a captiue of theirs, whom we brought from them in our first voyage; by whose meanes we got audience and credite: and so we presented our gifts and presents to the King, which was but a childe: and the chiefe gouernour called Cephat,

" "Reception and Ball given by two well known friends, Max Turk and Sam Lande, better known as Mechuch, at Appollo Hall, Chrystmas night.

Bavaria, Landes-und Volkskunde des Kรถnigreichs Bayern (Munich, 1860-1867), ii. 2, pp.

250-257.] [306] Bavaria, Landes und Volkskunde des Kรถnigreichs Bayern (Munich, 1860-1867), i. 1002 sq.

c. 4, known as the Statute of Charitable Uses: "Whereas Landes, Tenements, Rentes ... Money and Stockes of Money," it is there rehearsed, "have bene heretofore given, limitted ... and assigned ... some for Releife of aged, impotent and poore people, some for Maintenaunce of sicke and maymed Souldiers and Marriners, Schooles of Learninge ...

In other cases it is clear that a warrant was given for the assessment of lands, e.g., Hale, Churchwardens' Prec., 4 (A warden of Chelmsford, Essex, to appear in court "for a warrant for seassment of the landes." 1584).

BORDA, a French mathematician and physicist, born at Dax, in the dep. of Landes, served in both army and navy; one of those employed in measuring an arc of the meridian to establish the metric system in France (1733-1799).

France, facing the Bay of Biscay on the W. and lying N. and S. between Charente-Infรฉrieure and Landes; the Garonne and the Dordogne flowing through it form the Gironde estuary, and with their tributaries sufficiently water the undulating land; agriculture and some manufactories flourish, but wine is the chief product.

LANDES, sandy plains along the French coast between the Garonne and the Pyrenees, covered with heath and broom.

By which kinde of Iugling, a great number haue Iugled away, not only their money, but also their landes, their health, their time, and their honestie: I dare not (as I could) shew the lewde Iugling that cheaters practise, least it minister some offence, to the well disposed: to the simple hurt and losse, and to the wicked occasion of euill doing.

The Prologue, at top of page, begins: Here begynneth the boke Intituled Eracles, and also Godefrey of Boloyne, the whiche speketh of the Conquest of the holy lande of Jherusalem.

Him thought that there was comen into his lande many gryffons and serpents, and him thought that they brent and slew all the people in the land.

In the arrondissement of Arcachon, there is only one canton where not all their "communes" are in the arrondissement: Les Landes des Graves.

Landes is recognized by some as a pioneer in the study of race and gender relations.

Hilary Hahn plays an 1864 Vuillaume violin( II Cannone Guarneri copy) that was formerly owned by the Russian violinist Samuel Lande who was a friend of Klara Berkovich, Hahnโ€™s first teacher.

Emily Gellis Lande is leading an Instagram campaign against Tanya Zuckerbrot, the creator of the F-Factor diet.

Her previous successes have gained this project a full production team, including former PBS CFO, Barbara Landes.

In the stand-up paddleboarding category Jon Ivins was the strongest paddler, finishing ahead of the first lady in the race Lande Williamson.

Itโ€™s unlikely that a council president would make any executive decisions โ€” like, for example, fire the police chief, as Bertha Knight Landes did in 1924 when then Seattle Mayor Edwin Brown had taken a train to New York.

Toronto doctors Kevin Kain and Megan Landes from the Toronto General Hospital are leading a study called HERO that will involve around 2,000 frontline workers from five Toronto health facilities.

From Notre-Dame-des-Landes in Calais, the fight remains class against class!

A prominent example is the "extinction threshold" (Lande 1987) that is often a key component of minimum viable population analysis (e.g. Thompson and Harestad 1984).

A prominent example is the โ€œextinction thresholdโ€ (Lande 1987) that is often a key component of minimum viable population analysis (e.g. Thompson and Harestad 1984).

Very active in the anti-Notre Dame Des Landes collective Brest, Guilhem had joined the collective AL Brest in 2012.

Who so ever Pulleth this Plowe from This tree Shall tilleth this lande to goode advantage.