He is now revered as the patron saint of all novices, and is to be reborn as the eldest son of every future Buddha.]
That no such treason as they have suggested ever for one moment entered, or could enter, the heart of her who knelt with me, in presence of many now here, before that Throne, I will vouch by all the symbols we revere in common, and with the life which it seems is alone threatened by the feminine domestic treason alleged, from whomsoever that treason may proceed.
Go to the little book of Robert Boyle,wise man, philosopher, revered of cures for the most formidable diseases, many of them of this fantastic character, that disease should seem to have been a thing that one could turn off at will, like gas or water in our houses.
And amid all his labors he had kept the Law, being revered for his virtues as much as for his heroism.
John E. Ward was then called to preside, and delivered the following addressall the marked passages of which were loudly applauded: "We meet to pay a tribute of respect to the memory of one whom the whole South revered with more than filial affection.
During his life Confucius found ready acceptance for his doctrines, and was everywhere revered among the people, though not uniformly appreciated by the rulers, nor able permanently to establish the reforms he inaugurated.
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Ifthe marchesa banished the thought, but it would return, and haunt her like a spectreif not the palace, then at least the namethe historic name, revered throughout Italy?
He was a man held in reverence on account of the wonderful art of writing, an entirely new discovery to men ignorant of accomplishments, and still more revered on account of the supposed divinity of his mother Carmenta, whom those peoples had marvelled at as a prophetess before the arrival of the Sybil in Italy.
[In spite of this he killed by poison also his aunt Domitia, whom likewise he used to say he revered like a mother.
No saint in the Hindu calendar is more generally worshiped or more profoundly revered unto the present day.
Washington, too, was there,the Ulysses of the war, brave in battle and wise in council, of transcendent dignity of character, whose influence was patriarchal, the synonym of moral greatness, to be revered through all ages and countries; a truly immortal man whose fame has been steadily increasing.
There is no chance of their being forgotten: so long as gallantry is admired and honour revered amongst British soldiers, so long will they remember Fraser's charge at Purwan Durrah.