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2250 examples of pring in sentences

"He could pring mit' him t'e whole nafy of England, if he wish'!"

Fifth Voyage of the Joint-Stock by the Company, in 1617, under Captain Pring.

[A Pre-Spanish product.]

ASSYRIAN SACRED POETRY A PRAYER FOR THE KING 1 "Length of days 2 long lasting years 3 a strong sword 4 a long life 5 extended years of glory 6 pre-eminence among Kings 7 grant ye to the King my Lord, 8 who has given such gifts 9 to his gods!

Noting that the servant dawdled about, Hรคndel demanded why; the servant answered that he was waiting for the company to come, whereupon Hรคndel stormed, in his famous broken English, "Den pring up der tinner prestissimo.

So that we have been all round Europe and across it over and over again, and after a policy so distinguished, so pre-eminent, so long-continued, and so costly, I think we have a fair rightI have, at leastto ask those who are in favour of it to show us its visible result.

Puckle tee pest shaddle on mine horse, and pring him to tee horse plock tirectlyyou hear?'

PRELATES, why the, of the church have given the pre-eminence to faith, which is of truth, above charity, which is of good, 126.

If this is the case with the District, which is directly concerned, it is pre-eminently so with Maryland and Virginia, which are but indirectly interested.

"He said, con strepito, "Den pring up te Tinner prestissimo, I am de gombany.

I pieced these out with answers to my questions, for often Steve's English was more puzzling than pre-Chaucer poetry.

The South Western station is close to another fine relic of the past, though this cannot claim to have any Celtic or pre-Celtic foundation.

More stupid than the doggerel of Twiss, and more affected than the pretty verses of Miles Peter Andrews, the Epilogue proclaimed its author and the writer of the Prologue to be par nobile fratrum, in rival dulness both pre-eminent.

Nobby keeps his pre-eminence of condition and has now the heaviest load by some 50 lbs.

" By pre-recorded videotape, SE's Chief of Security presented a brief report, similar to that which he had given to the Starmen.

Additionally, under a very rare Presidential command, technicians were working frantically under Earth's pre-eminent astrophysicist, Stephen Hoshino, trying to devise an advanced means of detecting a ship that was invisible to radar.

The four ships moved into pre-determined areas in the quadrants around a small, heavy, black, iron asteroid that was speeding smoothly along on its course.

Now, however, he found himself pre-eminent; the Queen-mother, harassed and worn-out by the cabals which were incessantly warring against her authority, and threatening her tenure of power, threw herself with eagerness into the hands of the adventurer who owed all to her favour, and implicitly followed his advice, in the hope that she might thus escape the machinations of her enemies.

It was accordingly suspected that this had been done by some pre-arranged plan and that he was anxious for the name but wished to be somehow compelled to take it, and the consequent hatred against him was intense.

Christmas too is pre-eminently the Feast of the Absent, the Festival of the Far-Away, for the most prosperous ingathering of beloved faces about the Christmas fire can but include a small number of those we would fain have there; and have you ever realized that the absent are ghosts?

XXII ON RE-READING WALTER PATER It is with no small satisfaction, and with a sense of reassurance of which one may, in moods of misgiving, have felt the need during two decades of the Literature of Noise, that one sees a writer so pre-eminently a master of the Literature of Meditation coming, for all the captains and the shouting, so surely into his own.

As he justly says, again of Marius, "in the reception of metaphysical formula, all depends, as regards their actual and ulterior result, on the pre-existent qualities of that soil of human nature into which they fallthe company they find already present there, on their admission into the house of thought.

The name of Governor Clinton is not so pre-eminently united with the canal policy of America, as is the name of the Duke of Bridgewater with the canals of England.

For example, one signal miracle, pre-eminent for its grandeur, crowned the evidence of the supernatural character and office of our Lordour Lord's ascensionHis going up with His body of flesh and bones into the sky in the presence of His disciples.

We may go further, and assert with confidence that Christ was believed by his followers really to work miracles, and that it was mainly on this account that they conceded to Him the pre-eminent dignity and authority which he claimed.

Men assert a pre-eminence over their fellow-citizens or fellow-countrymen and become rulers of those who at first were their equals, but they dream of nothing greater than some partial control over the actions of others for the short space of a lifetime.

Elson basic readers pre-primer, by William H. Elson and William S. Gray.

SEE Elson, William H. Elson basic readers pre-primer.

Experimental pre-print of objective materials intended to accompany Literature and life, book 4.

The pre-school child and his posture.

MCCARTHY, DOROTHEA A. The language development of the pre-school child.

Experimental pre-print of objective materials intended to accompany Literature and life.

Our times; the United States, 1900-1925. III: Pre-war America.

GEHRES, ETHEL MALTBY. Wag, a friendly dog; a pre-primer.

SEE Gates, Arthur I. Manual for the pre-reading and reading readiness program.

SEE Gray, William S. Guidebook for the pre-primer program of the basic readers.

Guidebook for the pre-primer program of the basic readers, by William S. Gray & Lillian Gray.

Finger-Jingles; pre-school piano music.

MARDER, ARTHUR J. The anatomy of British sea power; a history of British naval policy in the pre-Dreadnought era, 1880-1905.

SEE Gates, Arthur I. Manual for the pre-reading and reading readiness program.

DULL, CHARLES E. Fundamentals of electricity; a pre-induction course at the foundational level, by Charles E. Dull & Michael N. Idelson.

Winston, Inc. (PWH); 24Apr70; R483336. Fundamentals of machines; a pre-induction course at the foundation level, by Charles E, Dull & Ira G. Newlin.

Catholic University of America (PWH); 16Feb70; R479030. Teaching first-grade reading, I; methods and procedures for Our first book, reading readiness and This is our home, pre-primer.

This is our home, pre-primer; This is our family, primer; word cards, phrase cards, picture cards.

Workbook for This is our home, pre-primer.

Easy growth in reading workbook to accompany Mac and Muff pre-primer level one.

Pre-primer manual for Mac and Muff.

SEE O'DONNELL, EDWARD D. How aviation cadets are trained at Navy pre-flight schools.

SEE TILLYARD, E. M. W. AIKEN, M. L. 1000 pre-flight problems.

Pre-need burial estates sales plan for memorial parks.

Here we are again; pre-primer, by Sister M. Marguerite.

ยฉ 18Aug44; AA470272. Catholic University of America (PWH); 6Dec71; R519422. <pb id='419.png' /> Teachers' manual for Here we come; preparatory pre-primer, by Sister M. Marguerite.

Workbook for Here we come and This is our home; preparatory and basal pre-primers, by Sister M. Marguerite.

Guidebook for the pre-reading and pre-primer programs, by William S. Gray, Marion Monroe & Lillian Gray. 1946-47 ed.

Guidebook for the pre-reading and pre-primer programs, by William S. Gray, Marion Monroe & Lillian Gray. 1946-47 ed.

The hour of power: how a young pastor makes the spiritual pre-eminent in his church.

ยฉ 4Dec26, A962409. R122173, 14Dec53, Marguerite Winslow Plummer Sheahan (C) Pre-natal epoch, pt.

Pre-natal epoch.

Our times; the United States, 1900-1925. III: Pre-war America.

Scott, Foresman & Co. (PWH); 19Jan59; R229770. Teacher's guidebook for the Cathedral basic readers; pre-primer and primer.

Pre-primer and primer preparatory book.

Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Co. (PWH); 14May62; R295292. First steps in reading; a pre-primer workbook which by carefully graded steps lead to reading with interest and comprehension.

SEE Studebaker, J. W. Review of pre-college mathematics.

LAPP, C. J. Review of pre-college mathematics; a workbook for establishing the prerequisites of first courses in mathematics, physics, and chemistry.

(Preview of pre-college mathematics)

Tom's trip; pre-primer.

The first month at the piano for the pre-school beginner.

Pre-primer by William Dodge Lewis & Ethel Maltby Gehres.

GRADY, WILLIAM E. Childhood readers; a pre-primer. by William E. Grady, Paul Klapper & Jane C. Gifford.

SEE Gates, Arthur I. Manual for the pre-reading and reading readiness program.

SEE Gray, William S. Guidebook for the pre-primer program of the basic readers.

Guidebook for the pre-primer program of the basic readers, by William S. Gray & Lillian Gray.

Finger-Jingles; pre-school piano music.

MARDER, ARTHUR J. The anatomy of British sea power; a history of British naval policy in the pre-Dreadnought era, 1880-1905.

SEE Gates, Arthur I. Manual for the pre-reading and reading readiness program.

Rinehart & Winston, Inc. (PWH); 22Aug68; R441002. PELTIER, GEORGE L. Laboratory manual of general bacteriology for pre-nurses.

Cooperative pre-flight aeronautics tests.

High as my expectations had been raised, I was not disappointed in the Taj, and that is saying much, for one's pre-formed ideas are apt to soar beyond bounds and to suffer the fate of Icarus.

And Yama granted him subtle taste in food as well as pre-eminence in virtue.

Others, distressed and bereft of wealth and relatives, said, "That maniac-like woman who came amongst this mighty caravan in guise that was strange and scarcely human, alas, it is by her that this dreadful illusion had been pre-arranged.

Were he capable of rising in the positive direction of the third dimension, he would have pre-vision, because he would be cognizant of that which had not yet intersected his plane: by sinking in the negative direction, he would have post-vision, because he could re-cognize that which had already passed.

Chapter III Nature Mystics Vaughan and Wordsworth stand pre-eminent among our English poets in being almost exclusively occupied with one theme, the mystical interpretation of nature.

Vaughan appears to have had a more definite belief in pre-existence than Wordsworth, for he refers to it more than once; and The Retreate, which is probably the best known of all his poems and must have furnished some suggestion for the Immortality Ode, is based upon it.

He found that when his mind was freed from pre-occupation with disturbing objects, petty cares, "little enmities and low desires," that he could then reach a condition of equilibrium, which he describes as a "wise passiveness," or a "happy stillness of the mind."

It is hardly necessary to dwell on other mystical elements in Wordsworth, such as his belief in the one law governing all things, "from creeping plant to sovereign man," and the hint of belief in pre-existence in the Ode on Immortality.

In speaking of the prophetic book Milton, he says I have written this poem from immediate dictation, twelve or sometimes twenty or thirty lines at a time, without pre-meditation and even against my will.

As the Church has thus far interpreted the Bible as teaching woman's subjection, and none of the revisions by learned ecclesiastics have thrown any new light on the question, it seemed to me pre-eminently proper and timely for women themselves to review the book.

** If the French troops are now better clothed, it is the effect of requisitions and pre-emptions, which have ruined the manufacturers.

All that has been said and written on original equality has not yet persuaded the people that the fate of Kings is regulated only by the ordinary dispensations of Providence; and they seem to persist in believing, that royalty, if it has not a more fortunate pre-eminence, is at least distinguished by an unusual portion of calamities.

XVII With The Guns It is a war of explosions, from bombs thrown by hand within ten yards of the enemy to shells thrown as far as twenty miles and to mines laid under the enemy's trenches; a war of guns, from seventeen-inch down to three-inch and machine-guns; a war of machinery, with man still the pre-eminent machine.

To divide subjects into two groups, the beautiful or elevating, and the ugly or vicious, and to judge poems according as their subjects belong to one of these groups or the other, is to fall into the same pit, to confuse with our pre-conceptions the meaning of the poet.

De government petter leave dem to tie on de pattle field, nur do pring tem here to starve.

Successive conflicts involve an indefinite volume of overhead costs, which grow with the intensity and extent of the expansive survival struggle, creating a series of crises along a path that leads to self-destruction and the return of the experimenters to a condition of pre-civilized self-containment.

We in the West, looking back on our own immediate history, refer to this pre-civilized status as the Dark Ages.

Since military functions center about destroying the person and property of the "enemy"domestic or foreignpublic funds are made available or are pre-empted by the military during periods of martial law.

Politically it was pre-empted, occupied, dominated and exploited by European empire builders, who used the over, all trade name of western civilization.

The French Revolution of 1798 is the revolution by pre-eminence, and the years 1848-49 were years of revolutions in Europe.

SCHOLASTICISM, the name given to the philosophy that prevailed in Europe during the Middle Ages, particularly in the second half of them, and has been generally characterised as an attempt at conciliation between dogma and thought, between faith and reason, an attempt to form a scientific system on that basis, founded on the pre-supposition that the creed of the Church was absolutely true, and capable of rationalisation.

Not only is that constitution most intimately connected with and dependent on those other spiritual forces, but the form of the entire moral and intellectual individuality, comprising all the forces it embodies, is only a step in the development of the grand whole, with its place pre-appointed in the processa fact which gives the highest sanction to the constitution in question and establishes its absolute necessity.

"Among other pressing duties of the present moment we venture to believe it to be pre-eminently important to set the question of foreign intercourse in a clear light.