I repeated the words, and laughed, feeblymirthlessly, as the realization was borne in upon me that I spoke of a time, half a century gone.
I have lived with him all these years, and I tell you, he was born at Lyons.
The Pope was consulted and very strong influence brought to bear on the question, but the Catholic Church was firm.
Onward, and onward, rolled this mighty orb on its pathway through the heavens, bearing with it no animal existences, freighted with no human hopescarrying with it nothing of human destiny.
It was certainly a most gorgeous spectacle, got up regardless of expense, clear it was that a god was being borne to the grave: tootling of flutes, roaring of horns, an immense brass band of all sorts, such a din that even Claudius could hear it.
It was directed against those passing orbs, and seemed born of intuitive knowledge, rather than of any real cause or reason.
Each of us is born for a sceptre and a crown.
Children are born into the world under strangely different influences.
Thus was Beltane borne from Blaen upon his wedding nightdazed, bleeding and helpless in his bonds.
He was born near Damascus A.H. 190, and educated in Egypt; but the principal part of his life was spent at Bagdad, under the patronage of the Abasside Caliphs.
how from away off over the water, the voice of the loon comes clear and musical and shrill, like the sound of a clarion; and note how it is borne about by the echoes from hill to hill.
One might as well be born without hands or feet!
The part (or rather main body) which has left the sweetest odor on my memory (a bad term for the remains of an impression so recent) is the "Tales of the Churchyard"the only girl among seven brethren, born out of due time, and not duly taken away again; the deaf man and the blind man; the Jacobite and the Hanoverian, whom antipathies reconcile; the Scarron-entry of the rusticating parson upon his solitude,these were all new to me too.
"Not," said Aunt Perrine, with stern self-control, "that I don't submit, an' bear as a Christian ought."
Look at his body, born under the wrath of heaven!
We are whirlwind spirits, swept through time and space, bearing within our souls hopes, fears, joys, sorrows, which are never twice the same.
But the Shia, while admitting that the death of the first martyrs may have wrought severer loss to Islam, cannot admit that their end surpasses in pathos the tale of the bitter tenth of Mohurrum when the stars quivered in a bloodied sky and the very walls of the palace of Kufa rained tears of blood as the head of the Martyr was borne before them.
The new regime, born after the revolution, can also not recognize the debts of the old regime and annul them.
For, in the midst of the ordinary forest sounds, the falling of burs, piping of quails, the screaming of the Clark Crow, and the rustling of deer and bears among the chaparral, he is quick to detect your strange footsteps, and will hasten to make a good, close inspection of you as soon as you are still.
Dimly the Boy knew he was even now borne along upon a current equally irresistible, this one setting northward, as that other back to the south.
The others came forward, and as Frank had said they bore between them a long, slender tree upon which many slats had been nailed by the boys.
The governor is getting to be more like a bear than a human being, it's a dog's life for everybody unlucky enough to be under the same roof with him.
It numbered fifteen lodges and over a hundred beavers, not counting the fourth babies which had been born during March and April.
What grudge is this you bear against him and the whole empire?
The blood-vessels are flexible tubes through which the blood is borne through the body.
These base knaves that would have hanged meme, that am free-born like my father before me" "So, peradventure, Giles, will we make them free men also.
He yet bore around his neck a fragment of the rope with which I had tied him.
I larned one thing, stranger, that mornin', and it's this, never to try drownin' a bear by runnin' him under with a dugout.
Then said the hermit: Because thou art noble and high of stature and strong in thy members, thou shalt be resident by that river, and thou shalt bear over all them that shall pass there, which shall be a thing right convenable to our Lord Jesu Christ whom thou desirest to serve, and I hope he shall show himself to thee.
Man is born unto trouble, as the sparks fly upward.
Oriana had deeply mourned her brother's death; for since she had lost her mother, she had been permitted to enjoy much more of his society than had previously been allowed her; and her father, also, had seemed to transfer to her much of the love that be had borne towards his wife.
Although born outside the "City of the Lily," and the child of a non-Florentine mother, he and his were always on terms of good relationship with the gentle Duke Lorenzo.
Well may the great men of the present be proud of those who have gone before them; it is scarcely to be hoped that the like can come after them; and yet I suppose we must admit that even now the strong minds are born across the water.
Ah, luckless he, and born beneath the beam Of evil star!
Bus boys bear off the crockery as though they were apprenticed to a juggler and were only at the beginning of their art.
He found the captain and his crew huddled up in the fore part of the deck, discussing a large, square-rigged ship, which was bearing toward them.
I looked up-stream;the ice had gathered in one high barrier mixed with flood-wood and timber, and, bearing above all the uprooted trunk of a huge sycamore, was coming down upon the dam like a battering-ram.
It gives a minute account of every thing which occurred; and bears throughout the marks of correctness, of ingenuousness, and frankness in the narrative of transactions and events; and of integrity, strict justice, and unflinching fidelity in the discharge of his very responsible office.
In the time when the newly-vestured earth appears more lovely than during all the rest of the year came I into the world, begotten of noble parents and born amid the unstinted gifts of benignant fortune.
He was an orphan, taken care of by an uncle and aunt, who had no experience in training children, and were accustomed to view young persons in the light of evils, which it was unfortunately necessary to bear until the fault of youth should have passed away.
Now in a maze of rings he lies enrolled, Now all unravelled, and without a fold; Now, like a torrent, with a mighty force, Bears down the forest in his boisterous course.
When they were seasick they deeply and loudly lamented leaving their home, but on recovery they soon became "as firmly attached to us as if they had been born amongst us."
There was another bear behind Paul, shambling toward him, unseen by him.
Towards sunset the corpse of a young man was borne past my tent and interred in a little cemetery hard by.
Arkansas Age: 48 Occupation: Store and "eating joint" "I was born below the city pump here in Biscoe.
Allured by booty, they advance farther; neither morass nor forest obstructs these men, born amidst war and depredations; they inquire of their prisoners in what parts Caesar is; they find that he has advanced farther, and learn that all the army has removed.
A good many people seem to be born inside a hard carapace which cannot expand; and it protects them from the sensitive apprehension of injury and hurt, which is in reality the only condition of growth.
Usually, just one or two young are born per litter, though Cryptoprocta can have up to four.
Another cargo of clams has gone to that born whence no clam returns, onless you ram your finger down your throte, or take an Emetick.
Such men one can but pity; they are born wi' somethin' lacking in them that a man needs.
Thus I bear alike the guilt of your vows and of the passion that preceded them, and must be tormented all the days of my life."
"I was born bout the second year after surrender right down here at Caledonia.
The race that, spite of pain and jeers, Has borne itfor One Hundred Years!
He fodder was Irish and he mudder American,' he say; 'I be'n born aboard a Dutch brig in French waters.
A baby was born arter a time, an' while he was young the sad-faced mother sickened an' died.
If any of us were born unlike our parents and grandparents, in a slight degree, or in whatever degree, would the case be altered in this regard?
"I was born de seventeenth of September, 1873 right here in Russellville.
Barrie and his former partner Tony, 55, hit headlines in 1999 when they became the first same sex couple to be formally registered as parents to twins Saffron and Aspen, born via surrogate.