E. bring the rocky extreme promontory of the Krakakamma ridge.--E. It is infinitely difficult to guess the course of these early voyages, without latitudes or longitudes, and only estimated distances by dead reckoning in uncertain leagues; but the Rio del Infante of this voyage and that of Diaz, is probably that now called Great-fish river, in the Zuureveld of Graaff Reynet, in long.
Footnote 5: The Holy Grail (Graal) was the cup used by Christ at the Last Supper.
The Romance of Parzival, prince of the race of the kings of Graalburg.
I have rarely seen a more shocking exhibition: the bricks seemed to be blushing in the walls, and the slates on the roof to have turned pale with shame; but I was careful not to communicate these impressions to the aged artificer at my side; and when he would direct my attention to some fresh monstrosity--perhaps with the comment, "There's an idee of mine's: it's cheap and tasty, and had a graand run; the idee was soon stole, and there's whole deestricts near Glesgie with the goathic adeetion and that plunth,"--I would civilly make haste to admire and (what I found particularly delighted him) to inquire into the cost of each adornment.
gräanter (graunter, granter); OF.
"Well, Doctor," the conscientious Principal answered, "I naterally feel a graat responsibility, a very graiiiit responsibility, for the noomerous and lovely young ladies committed to my charge.
"Grab a firebrand, quick!"
iAquel es mi escudo, grabado aun sobre la clave del arco!
grabar, to engrave.
To-day the suffocated need some pure air, the doubting ones some hope, tormented by uneasiness, some quietude, therefore they are doing well when they turn therefrom where the hope and peace flow, there where they bless them and where they say to them as to Lazarus: Tolle grabatum tuum et ambula.
But near, too, lies the hunt after interesting experiences--the need to "experience something" at any price--which marred the life of a romantic poet of Brentano's talents, and also affected the conduct of the realist Grabbe.
No, he grabbed it, an' tore it up small: 'I ain't after no blood money,' he says."
He, Wickson, a sordid money-grabber, has the power to determine whether I shall or shall not teach in the university of the state.
We are no grabbers and no thieves!
And to have it wrecked by a gang of incompetent salary-grabbers----" The two left-overs nodded.
He's turned wan o' thim hungry, grabbin' millionaires."
There was a rush of feet, a wild moment of grabbing and dodging, and Mugford, who had managed somehow to shake himself free from the grasp of his assailants, dashed off at full speed down the road.
Walks--"Some grabble walks may lead to de jail."
You'll lie right close up agin the feet o' Privits Greens an' Grabbles, and when they've done their two hours, they'll jes' give two o' you a kick and them two'll rise up an' take their plaices while they goes to sleep.
Ef you see dat de flag am tore, get hole somewhar, keep a grabblin until ye git hole ob de stick, an' nebah gib up de stick, but grabble, grabble till ye die; for dough yer sins be as black as scarlet, dey shall be whit as snow."
"One Jones whipped a woman to death for 'grabbling' a potato hill.
On'y things look mighty grabby now.
zu veranstalten, sich lediglich auf die Ausgabe von Grabe beschraenkt haben, dessen Kritik vielfach nicht einmal verstanden worden ist.'
"The story of Grabeau was then read and interpreted to Cinque, while a number of the other Africans were standing about, and confirmed by all of them in every particular.
The way from Andreasberg to the Brocken leads along the Rehberger Graben, which carry water about six miles for the oreworks.
Mr. Graberg, Mr. Schreber, and Mr. Ramstrom, seem of opinion, that the internal structure or parts of fructification in mule-plants resemble the female parent; but that the habit or external structure resembles the male parent.
Grabert estimates the population at 10,000, including 2,500 Jews, who live intermixed with the Moors; 1,400 negroes, 300 Berbers of Rif, and about 100 Christians.
To insure the success of the assassination, Milan Ciganowic instructed Princip Gabrinowic in the use of the grenades and gave instructions in shooting with Browning pistols to Princip Grabez in a forest near the target practice field of Topshider--(outside Belgrade).
The cashier came, and Tom said, "Put this man Grabheimer on your pay-roll, give him two dollars now and the same the first of every month."
Sant Grabiel, Qui portaba la anbasciada; Des nostre rey del cel Estarau vos prenada.
The sight of Pompey's onward rush and the fact that his lieutenants were also subjugating the rest of Armenia and that region of Pontus and that Grabinius had advanced across the Euphrates as far as the Tigris filled him with fear of them, and he was anxious to confirm the agreement.
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GRABNER, WALTER J. Exact slope deflection method for the calculation of secondary stresses and analysis of statically indeterminate structures.
GRABO, CARL H., ed.
The lady was married in 1832--preferring a solid merchant to nebulous genius--to Joseph Grabovski, a merchant at Warsaw.
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The music of "King Arthur" being composed by Purcel, gave Dryden occasion to make that eminent musician some well-deserved compliments which were probably designed as a peace-offering for the injudicious preference given to Grabut in the introduction to "Albion and Albanius."
They adjusted the limits of all their territories, mutually secured the interests of their vassals; and, to render the union more durable, John gave his niece, Blanche of Castile, in marriage to Prince Lewis, Philip's eldest son, and with her the baronies of Issoudun and Gracai, and other fiefs in Berri.