Sing, Syren, sing And swell me with revenge sweet as the straines Falls from the Thrasian lyre; charme each sence With musick of Revenge, let Innocence In softest tunes like the expiring Swann Dy singing her owne Epitaph.
+dya+, HD; +dyas+, pl.
These are the words of the Zoght Dyab ben Ghanem and the fire of illness was lighted in his breast."
"Per nimpham fingitur caro, per iuvenem coruptorem mundus vel dyabolus, per proprium amicum ratio."
The name of Dyack seems to be more particularly applied to those who live in the southern section of Borneo.
I cannot blame him tho' hee rise in armes: 'Twas not in hate to me, but in disdaine That I should sell my royaltie so vaine; But did he know the value of the jem, Hee would not crase it for a Dyadem.
In autumne, whan the sunne in vyrgyne, By radyante hete, enryped hath our corne, When Luna, full of mucabylyte, As Emperes the dyademe hath worne Of our Pole artyke, smylynge half in scorne, At our foly, and our unstedfastnesse, The tyme when Mars to warre hym did dres I, callynge to mynde the great auctoryte Of poetes olde, whiche full craftely, Under as couerte termes as coulde be, Can touche a trouthe, and cloke subtylly With fresh Utterance; full sentcyously, Dyverse in style: some spared not vyce to wryte, Some of mortalitie nobly dyd endyte.
In Borneo jungles, among the Dyak headhunters.
Carl Bock, like other travelers, testifies to the unvarying truthfulness of the Dyaks in Borneo, and another observant traveler tells of the disgrace that attaches to a lie in that land, as shown by the "lying heaps" of sticks or stones along the roadside here and there. "
You have lardge promysses, but acts as slowe As dyalls hands that are not seene to goe.
+dyamand+, MD; +dyamaunt+, C.--OF.
+dyamand+, MD; +dyamaunt+, C.--OF.
Footnote A: Here in the Quarto:-- Whose whisper ore the worlds dyameter, Sidenote: 206 As leuell as the Cannon to his blanck, Transports his poysned shot, may miffe our Name, And hit the woundlesse ayre.
a kind of figured cloth; +dyaper+, MD; +diapery+, MD.--OF.
ND; +dyapred+,C. +Diath+, sb.
Mr. Dyar's had no recording apparatus, as he expressly tells us, and Professor Henry had contented himself with the abundant honors of his laboratory and lecture-rooms."
INDEX A All England Club Athletics for girls Austin, Miss B Back-hand drive Baddeley, Mr. W. Baden-Baden Barrett, Mr. Roper Beau Site, Hotel Beckenham Boothby Brighton C Cannes Championship, the Chipp, Mr. H. Chiswick Park Clubs "Complete Lawn Tennis Player, The" Cooper, Miss C. (see also Sterry, Mrs.) Courts D Diet Dinard Dod, Miss Doherty, Mr. R.F. Doubles Douglass, Miss D.K. Dress Dressing-rooms Driving Drop-shots Dublin Durlacher, Mrs. Dyas, Miss E Ealing L.T.C. Ealing Common L.T.C. Eastbourne F Felixstowe Fore-hand drive France, South of G Garfit, Miss Gipsy Tournament Gore, Mr. A.W. Greene, Miss A.N.G. Greville, Mrs. H Half-volley Head-work Health, effect on Hillyard Mr. G.W. Mrs. Homburg J Jackson, Miss Jones, Miss M. L Lamplough, Mrs. Larcombe, Mrs. See Thomson, Miss Lawn Tennis Lawn tennis and golf cost of Liverpool Lobbing Lob-volley Low volleys Lowther, Miss Luard, Mrs. (see also Wilson, Miss C.M.) M Mahony, Mr. H.S. Manchester Martin, Miss L. Match play Mixed doubles Monte Carlo Morgan, Miss E.R. Morton, Miss Myers, A. Wallis N Newcastle Nice P Palmer, Mr. Pastime Pinckney, Miss V. Practice, how to Prebble, Mr. A.D. Q Queen's Club R Rackets Reading Rice, Miss Riseley, Mr. F.L. Robb, Miss Romsey S Schulenberg, Countess Service American Shoes "Slazenger" Smash Smith, Mr. S.H. Sportsman, The Staleness Sterry, Mrs. Sugden, Miss Sutton, Miss T Tactics Thomson, Miss E.W. Thorpe Satchville Tournaments, abuse of Tournaments, management of value of Training Tulloch, Miss B. U Umpires V Volleying W Watson, Miss M. Wilson, Miss C.M. Wimbledon End of Project Gutenberg's Lawn Tennis for Ladies, by Mrs. Lambert Chambers *** END OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK LAWN TENNIS FOR LADIES *** ***** This file should be named 10961.txt or 10961.zip ***** This and all associated files of various formats will be found in: http://www.gutenberg.net/1/0/9/6/10961/ Produced by Sjaani, Michael Ciesielski, Garrett Alley and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team Updated editions will replace the previous one--the old editions will be renamed.
+dya+, HD; +dyas+, pl.
"Our father, the sun," or "Dyaus pitar" ("heavenly father"--Latin, Jupiter) meant more once than it does now.
One of them crowed and called out with such gusto that it sounded as if he wanted to be heard clear up to the sun: "This is Herr Dybeck's estate; the same this year as last year; this year as last year."
DYBVIG, PHILIP S. Opening our Bibles.
Our earliest edition of the play was printed in 1575; but a similar play called "Dyccon of Bedlam" was licensed in 1552, twelve years before Shakespeare's birth.
When she looked up again Dyce was speaking.
But either he was a dycer, a drunkard, a maker of shift, A picker, or cut-purse, a raiser of simulation, Or such a one as run away with another man's wife."
And in Middleton's "Chast Mayd in Cheapside," 1630 Dyces "Middleton," iv.
DYCHE, THOMAS; English Grammar; 8vo, pp.
By Van Dyck Monument to Goethe and Schiller in Weimar.
Dyckman brought me word last night at Vineyard Haven, and we broke a propeller blade on the Amphitrite trying to get here in time."
And go, presently, into the old city itself, dull-flaming with the scarlet, gold, and black, of the Belgian flag, and with something that seemed to radiate from the life itself of this hearty, happy people, after all their centuries of trade and war, and good food, and good art--like their own Rubenses and Van Dycks.
Also payd to hym that dyd wryght the said x Commaundements and for ther drynking lxvjs.
His Charms too fierce for Flesh and Blood, She dy'd embracing of her God, We gentler marks of Passion give, The Maid we love, shall love and live; Whom visibly we thus will grace, Above the rest of human Race, Say, is't your Will that we shou'd wed her, And nightly in Disguises bed her?
Quit, quit this barren trade, my father cry'd: Ev'n Homer left no riches when he dy'd-- In verse spontaneous flow'd my native strain, Forc'd by no sweat or labour of the brain.
Drink off your bowl, ’Twill enrich both your head and your soul with Canary; For a carbuncled face saves a tedious race, And the Indies about us we carry; No Helicon like to the juice of good wine is, For Phoebus had never had wit that divine is, Had his face not been bow-dy’d as thine is and mine is.
But for thy tongue thy mother had not dyde: That belching voice, that harsh night-raven sound, Untimely sent thy mother to the ground: Upbraid my fault, I did deceive my brother; Cut out thy tongue, that slue thy carefull mother.
And theye seye that it hathe ben there sithe the beginnynge of the World; and was sumtyme grene and bare Leves, unto the Tyme that Oure Lord dyede on the Cros; and thanne it dryede; and so dyden alle the Trees that weren thanne in the World.
O Dydier, Resolve me where & howe thou hast disposd The most false bodye of my falsest frende.
God blesse thee, noble Caesar, & all these brave bridegroomes, with their fine little dydoppers, that looke before they sleep to throw away their maiden heads: I am host of the Hobbie, Cornut.
The fourth stanza, which mentions Erasmus and Luther, is the following:-- "Thou wast nother Erasmus nor Luter; Thou dyds medle no forther than thy potte; Agaynst hye matters thou wast no disputer, Amonge the Innocentes electe was thy lotte: Glad mayst thou be thou haddyst that knotte, For many foolys by thee thynke them selfe none, Yet all be nott dead, though thou be gone."
And therfore his wys y't was named mellye whom he had taken more to haue her companye & felawship than for ony other thynge/ Fedde hym to thende that he shold not dye for honger in his pensifnes/ Dydymus sayd to Alix-andrie we ben not deynseyns in the world but stra=ugers/ ner we ben not born in the world for to dwell and abyde allway therein/ but for to goo and passe thurgh hit/ we haue doon noon euy dede/ but that it is worthy to be punysshid and we to suffre payne therfore And than we may goon with opon face and good conscience And so may we goo lightly and appertly the way that we hope and purpose to goo This suffiseth as for the Alphyns.
But there is no man in the world so hardy, Cristene man ne other, but that he wolde ben a drad for to beholde it: and that it wolde semen him to dye for drede; so is it hidous for to beholde.
Rot your Wine--dy'e think to pacify me with Wine, Sir?
and dye/ and that is signefied by the forcettis or sheres/ and the other ought to shaue berdes and kembe the heeris/ And the other ben coupers.