How would you be, If He, which is the top of judgment, should But judge you as you are?
"I will take my oath of that," said Sancho; "they would have given him a slash that would have slit him down from top to toe like a pomegranate or a ripe melon; they were likely fellows to put up with jokes of that sort!
Between these rival ends ran parallel lines of side-dishes: two little minsters of jelly, red and yellow; a shallow dish full of blocks of blancmange and red jam, a large green leaf-shaped dish with a stalk-shaped handle, on which lay bunches of purple raisins and peeled almonds, a companion dish on which lay a solid rectangle of Smyrna figs, a dish of custard topped with grated nutmeg, a small bowl full of chocolates and sweets wrapped in gold and silver papers and a glass vase in which stood some tall celery stalks.
A little before four we arrived at the pit, divided the remainder of the booty, as equally as might be, among us, and, leaving the holes unfilled, again set out for the hut, at which, for the second time, we deposited our golden burthens, just as the first faint streaks of the dawn gleamed from over the tree-tops in the East.
Bulwark is a general word for any defensive wall or rampart; its only technical use at present is in nautical language, where it signifies the raised side of a ship above the upper deck, topped by the rail.
Ere they had finished there was a jerk in the fire-smoke, the rising skein of which bulged out into the room, as if some giant had laid his hand on the chimney-top for a moment.
Because of course, we had just topped up our antimatter reserves.
The flip-top on our kitchen-catcher had been left up, which was sometimes enough to get Helen going all by itself.
Arthur bent and kissed her, and then we sent him and Quincey out of the tomb; the Professor and I sawed the top off the stake, leaving the point of it in the body.
Have you ever seen me top at an exam.,
PART IITHE ABANDONEDXXIIIConcerning the Leaden Pellet—Making a Canoe—Hunting—In the Top of a Kauri—Nothing to Indicate the Presence of Man—The Turtle on its Back—The Turtle Disappears—Smith’s Explanation.
26:031:013 Upon his ruin shall all the fowls of the heaven remain, and all the beasts of the field shall be upon his branches: 26:031:014 To the end that none of all the trees by the waters exalt themselves for their height, neither shoot up their top among the thick boughs, neither their trees stand up in their height, all that drink water: for they are all delivered unto death, to the nether parts of the earth, in the midst of the children of men, with them that go down to the pit.
My nearest neighbor is a mile distant, and no house is visible from any place but the hill-tops within half a mile of my own.
“I will go with Pencroff,’ answered the reporter, “and the two of us, well armed, and Top with us—”“My dear Spilett, and you, Pencroff, let us discuss the matter coolly.
We cannot say whether the sailor was proud of this pupil, but he sometimes carried Top up on his back, and Top made no complaints.
Make a large roll; bake in a buttered baking-pan with flakes of butter on top until brown.
The heavy smoke drove up the beach away from me, rolling low over the distant tree-tops towards the huts in the ravine.
It became academic when he topped out about three millimeters from the top of the mouth of the bottle.
"Top on it?"
THE LITHODOMES—THE MOUTH OF THE RIVER—THE “CHIMNEYS”—CONTINUATION OF THE SEARCH—THE FOREST OF EVERGREENS—GETTING FIREWOOD—WAITING FOR THE TIDE—ON TOP OF THE CLIFF—THE TIMBER-FLOAT—THE RETURN TO THE COAST.
However, reverting to the original, there were on the other hand others who had forced their way to the top from the lowest rung by the aid of their bootstraps.
Observing the position of the sun, however, Helga realized that she probably could not reach the top before dark.
But Pencroff was persevering, and Top at last learned to run up and down as nimbly as his brothers of the circus.
The husband, however, slept as fast as a top after his busy day; but the wife tossed and turned from side to side the whole night through, thinking all the while what she could be next, but nothing would occur to her; and when she saw the red dawn she slipped off the bed, and sat before the window to see the sun rise, and as it came up she said, "Ah, I have it!
Now the red blush deepens and extends along the low hill-tops across the Platte, and tinges the rolling prairie to the south and west.
From the hill top above the kraal there shot up a great tongue of red flame.