The man or the boy who connects himself with an English college is, in theory, still the student of a thousand years ago, who came on foot to Oxford or Cambridge, because he had heard, in the wilds of Mercia or of Wessex, that there were some books at those places,--and that some Alfred or Ethelred or Eldred had given some privileges to students coming there.
ELDREDGE, LAURENCE H. Pennsylvania annotations to the Restatement of the law of torts as adopted and promulgated by the American Law Institute.
Eldrieda H. Pope (E); 26Aug60; R262099.
His lengthened chin, his turned-up snout, His eldritch squeel an' gestures, O how they fire the heart devout-- Like cantharidian plaisters, On sic a day!
she said, in a half-whisper, "I can imagine it the meeting-place of 'Tam o' Shanter's' eldritches seeing this--but, all the same, do you know it is fascinating beyond words to me?
Paul Eldrldge (A); 14Nov57; R202179.
+eldryn-man+, old man, elder,H. +Ele+, sb.
Eld.--So, it taks; Thys polytycke trycke, wenche, hathe set up the walle Of stronge partytyon twixt theym.
Your eld'st acquaintance cannot be three hours; Is she the goddess that hath sever'd us, And brought us thus together?
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7:20 And the sons of Ephraim; Shuthelah, and Bered his son, and Tahath his son, and Eladah his son, and Tahath his son, 7:21 And Zabad his son, and Shuthelah his son, and Ezer, and Elead, whom the men of Gath that were born in that land slew, because they came down to take away their cattle.
"You won't see me again," he said then, "until you get to El- Kerak.
mio, -a, mine, my; el--, la mia, mine.
correr, to run, move, be current, flow; a todo (el)--, at full speed.
Greek: Anabas eis hupsos aechmaloteusas aichmalosian, elabes domata en anthropon.
Kai elabon tous triakonta argurous kai enebalon autous eis oikon Kuriou eis to choneutaerion.
Poco a poco, y bien fuese que el peso de la noche, que ya habia pasado de la mitad, comenzara a dejarse sentir, bien que el lejano murmullo del agua, el penetrante aroma de las flores silvestres y las caricias del viento comunicasen a sus sentidos el dulce sopor en que parecia estar impregnada la naturaleza toda, el enamorado mozo que hasta aquel punto habia estado entretenido revolviendo en su mente las mas halagueenas imaginaciones comenzo a sentir que sus ideas se elaboraban con mas lentitud y sus pensamientos tomaban formas mas leves e indecisas.
Instead of Gloria's terse message for him, she had quite an elaborate and laughing tale to tell.
St. Luke's Day was in years gone by a season for love-divination, and among some of the many directions given we may quote the subjoined, which is somewhat elaborate:-- "Take marigold flowers, a sprig of marjoram, thyme, and a little wormwood; dry them before a fire, rub them to powder, then sift it through a fine piece of lawn; simmer these with a small quantity of virgin honey, in white vinegar, over a slow fire; with this anoint your stomach, breasts, and lips, lying down, and repeat these words thrice:-- 'St Luke, St. Luke, be kind to me, In dream let me my true love see!'
The whole individual, domestic, social, and political life as it developed in the three centuries during which the simple Arabian religion was adjusted to the complicated civilization of the great nations of that time, that all life was theoretically justified by representing it as the application of minute laws supposed to have been elaborated by Mohammed by precept and example.
In the Eikon Basilike a strain of majestic melancholy is kept up, but the personated sovereign is rather too theatrical for real nature, the language is too rhetorical and amplified, the periods too artificially elaborated.--Hallam, Literature of Europe, iii.
It is enough to state that in these despatches the whole truth relating to the Peninsular War is fully and elaborately set forth.
Simplicity indeed would have been for him an affectation; his elaborateness is not like that of his followers, constructed painfully in a vicious desire to compass the unexpected, but the natural overflow of an amazingly fertile and ingenious mind.
This story is peculiarly interesting to students of Lamb's life, for it describes, probably with absolute fidelity, his Aunt Hetty, and elaborates the passage concerning Stackhouse's New History of the Bible, which is to be found in the Elia essay "Witches and other Night Fears."
How thou fermentest and elaboratest, in thy great fermenting-vat and laboratory of an Atmosphere, of a World, O Nature!--Or what is Nature?
Still, most modern readers will think that Goethe, in elaborating the Brocken scene as an interesting study of the uncanny and the vile, let his hero sink needlessly far into the mire.
Appreciating Leibnitz and Locke, and appropriating the idea of the monads from the one and the unknowableness of substance from the other, he reaches the conviction--according to statements in his letters--that sense-bodies are nothing but the appearances of intelligible unities; that each being for us is an activity, whose substratum and ground remains unknown to us; that self-consciousness and the knowledge of external impressions yield phenomena alone, through the elaboration of which we produce the intellectual worlds of the sciences.
Co-operating with these factors of release were the economic elaborations that were improving the appliances of domestic life, replacing the needle by the sewing machine, the coal fire and lamp by gas and electricity, the dustpan and brush by the pneumatic carpet cleaner, and taking out of the house into the shop and factory the baking, much of the cooking, the making of clothes, the laundry work, and so forth, that had hitherto kept so many women at home and too busy to think.
If we look at our modern manufactures immediately after studying patterns which enchant us with their classical repose, or after it such others as captivate the eye by their beautiful coloring, or the elaborative working out of their details, we recognize that the beautifully balanced form is often cut up, choked over with others, or mangled (the flower springing up side down from the leaves), the whole being traversed at random by spirals, which are utterly foreign to the spirit of such a style, and all this at the caprice of uncultured, boorish designers.
A rich soil furnishes too much nutriment, the plant grows very large and herbaceous, becomes overcharged with water relative to its assimilating and elaboratory power, especially if growing in a cold climate, and the equilibrium of the chemical proportions necessary for the formation of natural juices becomes deranged at the expense of quantity and quality of the volatile oil produced.
Hie conditur quod reliquum est HENRICI THRALE, Qui res seu civiles, seu domesticas, ita egit, Ut vitam illi longiorem multi optarent; Ita sacras, Ut quam brevem esset habiturus praescire videretur; Simplex, apertus, sibique semper similis, Nihil ostentavit aut arte fictum, aut cura elaboratum.
Dogma cupidis et curiosis ingeniis imprimendum, ut sit talis qui nulli rei serviat, aut exacte unum aliquid elaboret, alia negligens, ut artifices, &c. 37.
"And while you're in the talkin' business," he suggested slowly, "you might elab'rate what you meant a bit ago by intimatin' that I had cold feet.