S Although the name of Romansh, which the whole language bears, seems to be a badge of Roman servitude, yet the conquest of that nation, if ever effected, could not have produced a great alteration in a language which must already have been so similar to their own; and its general name may as well be attributed to the pacific as to the hostile Romans.
And we'll be night-watchmen uproarious, Wid big badges on our coats, And we'll fight for TOM MURPHY the glorious, Wid our fists, our guns, and our votes.
But, anyway, there isn't any merit badge for keeping your eyes open.
His cap, which had a badge in front, was greasy, and he carried an oilskin coat.
Then the neighbor boy, full of the devil, had struck Old Badge with a stick.
He said it would be a kind of a merit badge to Skinny, for keeping his eyes open.
He could not then receive his master's badge until he had successfully maintained a public disputation on some thesis proposed; and even then he stood no chance of being elevated to a professor's chair unless he had lectured for some time with great eclat Even Albertus Magnus, fresh with the laurels of Cologne, was compelled to go through a three years' course as a sub-teacher at Paris before he received his doctor's cap, and to lecture for some years more as master before his transcendent abilities were rewarded with a professorship.
I have come to dread the very name of Professor, and I never can look out of the window but I see some pale-faced gentleman of the profession approaching, with his badge under his arm; but those edifying ideas all vanished at the first strain of your 'Casta Diva.'
Then said the prince unto them, "This, O Mansoul, is my livery, and the badge by which mine are known from the servants of others.
This youth is positively guaranteed to grow, if kept in the sun and to win the pathfinder's badge before the summer is out.
Within will be noticed some ancient wooden benches with the Tudor badge at their ends, spared by the restorer, who has here done his work carefully and well.