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84 examples of  raths  in sentences

84 examples of raths in sentences

Rath is a newcomer to the Chicago club, but by all around good work he earned the place at second base.

Two of them, George Weaver and Morris Rath, started the season with Chicago and the third, Baker Borton, joined the team late in the summer.

They commenced their visit at Bückeburg, where they had a remarkable interview with the family of the Kammer-rath Wind, which is related at length in T. S.'s journal (vol. i., p. 388).

" In a tiny hollow I found still another, by the same hand: "'T was brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.

One day he fell into talk with an Irishman in a railway carriage, and asked him, as his way was, about emigrants from this place and that, and at last, "Did you ever hear of the miller's daughter from Innis Rath?"

Away they went at a great pace across hedges and ditches, till they came to a royalty (a name for the little circular ditches, commonly called raths or forts, that Ireland is covered with since Pagan times).

One day he was straying about a rath called "Cashel Nore."

A man with a haggard face and unkempt hair, and clothes falling in pieces, came into the rath and began digging.

A few days after he learned this story: A great quantity of treasure had been buried in the rath in pagan times, and a number of evil faeries set to guard it; but some day it was to be found and belong to the family of the O'Byrnes.

He hurried home to bring a spade, but when he got to the rath again he could not find the spot where he had seen it.

These forts or raths, made before modern history had begun, cover all Rosses and all Columkille.

By bog, road, rath, hillside, sea-border they gather in all shapes: headless women, men in armour, shadow hares, fire-tongued hounds, whistling seals, and so on.

Carolan slept upon a faery rath.

A man had just left them who had played cards in a rath with the people of faery, who had played "very fair"; and one old man had seen an enchanted black pig one night, and there were two old people my friend had heard quarrelling as to whether Raftery or Callanan was the better poet.

it is named Lams albus; and seems to be the same called Raths kerr, in Martens Spitzbergen, and Wald Maase, in Leoms Lapland.

The best known of his songs is that beginning "Es ist bestimmt in Gottes Rath" to which Mendelssohn composed one of his finest melodies.]

None of the female Bourgeoisie are admitted to the balls and societies of the Noblesse, and only such of the males as occupy posts or employments at Court or under Government such as Königs-rath, Hof-rath, or officers of the Army.

None of the female Bourgeoisie are admitted to the balls and societies of the Noblesse, and only such of the males as occupy posts or employments at Court or under Government such as Königs-rath, Hof-rath, or officers of the Army.

It is therefore usual, when the Sovereign wishes to introduce a person of merit among the Bourgeoisie into the upper circles, that he gives him the title of Rath or Counsellor; but this priviledge of being presentable at Court does not extend to their wives and daughters.

Dresden: The Japanischer Palast, music in; Prince Galhitzin; the King; bridge over the Elbe; Marshal Davoust; Grosser Garten; Ressource Club; etiquette; title of "Rath"; theatres; beds; scholars.

Now Aongus had, in a stone fort called "Rath na nIrlann," on the western side of Cashel, seven noble hostages.

The Danes were dancing in the raths around Aughrim the night after the battle.

" Sae speaking, he sped rath frae the bield, and was sune lost

Mr. J. RATH has really discovered a new type of heroine, new at least this side the Atlantic.

'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogroves, And the mome raths outgrabe.

'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogroves, And the mome raths outgrabe.

In the preface to this edition Miss Morgenstern, the translator, says: "So möge sie denn hinausziehen in die Welt, diese vierte Auflage, möge wiederum aufklopfen an die Stuben und Herzenthüren, der deutschen Lesewelt, und nachdem ihr aufgethan, hineintragen in die Stuben und Herzen, was ihre Vorgängerinnen hineintrugen;Freude und Rath und Trost."

Rath, rather, rathest, is now used only in the comparative.

Rath, rather, rathest, is now used only in the comparative.

1. Correction of Murray, in words of two syllables: civ-il, col-our, cop-y, dam-ask, doz-en, ev-er, feath-er, gath-er, heav-en, heav-y, hon-ey, lem-on, lin-en, mead-ow, mon-ey, nev-er, ol-ive, or-ange, oth-er, pheas-ant, pleas-ant, pun-ish, rath-er, read-y, riv-er, rob-in, schol-ar, shov-el, stom-ach, tim-id, whith-er.

e ancient rath, soon, quickly, willingly; which comes from the Anglo-Saxon "Rathe, or Hrathe, of one's own accord.

Radicals, separable and inseparable, what are so called in Eng. derivation Rath, adv., used only in the compar.

RATH, E. J. A good Indian.

A northwoods mixup, by E. J. Rath, pseud.

E. J. Rath (A); 3May55; R149128. RAUCAT, THOMAS.

SEE Adams, Carrie B. RATH, MRS.

Mrs. L. S. Rath (E); 7Jan57; R183902. SHAW, CHARLES GRAY.

By Frederick L. Rath & Lili Rethi.

Frederick L. Rath (A); 22Aug75; R612483. R612484.

By Lottie Ellsworth Coit & Rath Bampton.

Rath Bampton (A); 2Jan76; R622717. R622789.

Rath S. Bacon (W); 21Jan76; R622804.

RATH, E. J. A good Indian.

A northwoods mixup, by E. J. Rath, pseud.

E. J. Rath (A); 3May55; R149128. RAUCAT, THOMAS.

SEE Adams, Carrie B. RATH, MRS.

Mrs. L. S. Rath (E); 7Jan57; R183902. SHAW, CHARLES GRAY.

By Frederick L. Rath & Lili Rethi.

Frederick L. Rath (A); 22Aug75; R612483. R612484.

By Lottie Ellsworth Coit & Rath Bampton.

Rath Bampton (A); 2Jan76; R622717. R622789.

Rath S. Bacon (W); 21Jan76; R622804.

Both were fond of pets and both played so much with A-grip-pa that he grew rath-er la-zy and did not try to catch ma-ny mice.

Silent is his hall of shields In Rath-col's dim and woody fields, Night-winds round his lone hearth sing The fall of Prythian's warlike king!

By way of defence they now and then threw up a rude stockade of earth or stone, modifications of the primitive rath, more often they made no defence, or merely twisted a jungle of boughs along the pathways to break the advance of their more heavily armed foes.

In the autumn of the year they start on a journey through India, preaching in every town and village the advantages of a pilgrimage to Juggernaut, after which they conduct to Pooree large bodies of pilgrims for the Rath Justra, or Car Festival, which takes place in May or June.

Her picture, called the "Bord du Lac de Genève," was purchased by the city and is in the Rath Museum.

<b>RATH, HENRIETTE.</b> Honorary member of the Société des Arts, 1801.

Born in 1772, she died in 1856 at Genf, where, with her sister, she founded the Musée Rath.

" Find's large and imaginative personality is well drawn in one of the poems of his golden-tongued son Ossin, though much of the beauty of Ossin's form is lost in the change of tongue: "Six thousand gallant men of war We sought the rath o'er Badamar; To the king's palace home we bent Our way.

The scenes of all the happenings in the story are well known: the rath of Badamar is near Caher on the Suir, in the midst of the Golden Vale, a plain of wonderful richness and beauty, walled in by the red precipices of the Galtee Mountains, and the Knock-Mealdown Hills.

From the rath of Badamar Find could watch the western mountains reddening and glowing in front of the dawn, as the sun-rays shot level over the burnished plain.

Cumal fought at the Rath that bears his name, now softened to Rathcool, twelve miles inward from the sea at Dublin, with the hills rising up from the plain to the south of the Rath.

Cumal fought at the Rath that bears his name, now softened to Rathcool, twelve miles inward from the sea at Dublin, with the hills rising up from the plain to the south of the Rath.

The continual warfare between tribe and tribe, between chief and chief, which made every valley a home of warriors dominated by a rath-fortress, bore abundant fruits of evil.

At this circular fort, Rath-Laogaire, on Easter day, Saint Patrick met the king face to face, and delivered to him the message of the New Way, telling him of the unveiling of the Divine within himself, of the voice that had bidden him come, of the large soul of immortal pity that breathed in the teachings among the hills of Galilee, of the new life there begun for the world.

It was found in a rath at Ardagh, county Limerick, in 1868.

Among the earliest families settled in Argentina in the farming industries, we find Duggans, Torneys, Harringtons, O'Briens, Dowlings, Gaynors, Murphys, Moores, Dillons, O'Rorkes, Kennys, Raths, Caseys, Norrises, O'Farrells, Brownes, Hams, Duffys, Ballestys, Gahans, and Garaghans.

No one who has visited the raths of Emain Macha, near Armagh, where stood the traditional site of the ancient capital of Ulster, or has followed the well-defined and massive outworks of Rath Celtchair and the forts of the other heroes whose deeds the tales embody, could doubt that they had their origin in great events that once happened there.

No one who has visited the raths of Emain Macha, near Armagh, where stood the traditional site of the ancient capital of Ulster, or has followed the well-defined and massive outworks of Rath Celtchair and the forts of the other heroes whose deeds the tales embody, could doubt that they had their origin in great events that once happened there.

Or again, when we cross over into Connacht, the remains at Rath Croghan, near the ancient palace of the Amazonian queen, Medb, testify to similar events.

There are no towns, and the stopping places are the large farmers' dwellings, open inns known as "houses of hospitality", fortified by surrounding raths or earthen walls, the only private property in land, in a time when the tribe-land was common, that we hear of at this period.

On May eve, accordingly, cattle were driven into raths and bled there, some of the blood being tasted, the rest poured out in sacrifice.

The first new milk of a cow was poured out on the ground to propitiate the fairies, and especially on the ground within a fairy rath.

Some fairies of life size, who live within the green hills or under the raths, are supposed to carry off healthy babes to be made fairy children, their abstractors leaving weak changelings in their place.

"No," said Michael, startled out of his equanimity; "he bides in his own house by the Rath-housethe sign is that of the Three Golden Tuns.

The place where this holy flame was lit bore the name of Tlachtga or Tlactga; it has been identified with a rath or native fort on the Hill of Ward near Athboy in the county of Meath.

Near his house was a rath or old fort with a fine grass bank running round it.

One Hallowe'en, when the darkness was falling, Guleesh went to the rath and stood on a gray old flag.

The sound grew louder and louder; at first it was like the beating of waves on a stony shore, then it was like the roar of a waterfall, at last it was like a mighty rushing wind in the tops of the trees, then the storm burst upon the rath, and sure enough the fairies were in it.

The fairies were now gathered within the grassy bank of the rath, and a fine uproar they made.

After Jerry's famous Hallowe'en party in Buckskin, for instance, Williamson, McKenna, and Rath started out to rid the country of the disturber.

And they caught him and bent him downthose three stark menand he lay in bed for a month; but before the month was over Mac Strann came down from his mountain and went to Buckskin and gathered Williamson and McKenna and Rath in one public place.

And when the morning came Williamson and McKenna and Rath had left this vale of tears and Mac Strann was back on his mountain.