=The Whirlwind= Whirlwind, Whirlwind, whither art thou hieing, Snapping off the flowers young and fair;-- Setting all the chaff and the withered leaves a-flying,-- Tossing up the dust in the air?
"Hi', Miss Rob!"
E e, and (before i- and hi-).
+Ghe-+, +I-+, +Y-+, +Hi-+, +A-+, +E-+, are often found prefixed to past participles.
M. Deveria has shown that the inscription is written in Si Hia, or the language of Tangut, and gave a facsimile of a stone stele (pei) in this language kept in the great Monastery of the Clouds (Ta Yun Ssu) at Liangchau in Kansuh, together with a translation of the Chinese text, engraved on the reverse side of the slab.
Old Grimes took his money, let fall his hat in doffing it; had it given him, and rode away; his eyes isinglass, and set in his head, as I saw through the window, and in a manner speechless--all his language hiccup.
"Shore," chorussed the "boys," and hiccuped like so many bullfrogs.
His attentions to Professor Hailstones at Harrowgate were graciously offered and received; but in a letter to Murray he gives a graphically abusive account of Porson, "hiccuping Greek like a Helot" in his cups.
Ye've found a fair provost at the job, Barshalloch," one of them hiccupped. "
Hiccups A plague o' these pickle-herring!
She heard his deep, drawly voice urging the unwisdom of sleeping with calked boots on, and Beaton's hiccupy response.
Cockney Sweep (seated upon a donkey).--"Fitch us out another penn'orth o' strawberry hice, with a dollop o' lemon water in it."
But can you tell me, Mr. Saunders, 'ow it is that them 'ere hicebergs is made?
Some few speculators in science (like Heraclitus of Pontus, and Hicetas) conceived a motion of the earth itself upon its axis, so as to account for the apparent motion of the sun; but they also thought it was in the centre of the universe.
"Two hundred and--hic!--fifty," Bill finally announced, "but we reckon as we won't sell."
hich such foreign ship or vessel might belong, such repeal to take effect in favor of any foreign nation whenever the President of the United States should be satisfied that the discriminating or countervailing duties of such foreign nation so far as they operate to the disadvantage of the United States have been abolished; and Whereas satisfactory proof has been received by me from the burgo-masters and senators of the free and Hanseatic city of Bremen that from and after the 12th day of May, 1815, all discriminating or countervailing duties of the said city so far as they operated to the disadvantage of the United States have been and are abolished: Now, therefore, I, James Monroe, President of the United States of America, do hereby declare and proclaim that so much of the several acts imposing duties on the tonnage of ships and vessels and on goods, wares, and merchandise imported into the United States as imposed a discriminating duty of tonnage between vessels of the free and Hanseatic city of Bremen and vessels of the United States and between goods imported into the United States in vessels of Bremen and vessels of the United States are repealed so far as the same respect the produce or manufacture of the said free Hanseatic city of Bremen.
A su ultimo senor, segun cuentan, se le llevo el diablo; y como no tenia a nadie que le sucediese en el feudo, los condes soberanos hicieron donacion de estas tierras a los religiosos de nuestra regla, que estan aqui desde hara cosa de ciento a ciento veinte anos.
exclamo Garces, en cuanto a eso estad segura que como yo la topase a tiro de ballesta, aunque me hiciese mas monos que un juglar, aunque me hablara, no ya en romance, sino en latin como el abad de Munilla, no se iba sin un arpon en el cuerpo.
Este venerable ermitano, a cuya prudencia y proverbial sabiduria encomendaron los vecinos de Bellver la resolucion de este dificil problema, despues de implorar la misericordia divina por medio de su santo Patrono, que, como ustedes no ignoran, conoce al diablo muy de cerca, y en mas de una ocasion le ha atado bien corto, les aconsejo que se emboscasen durante la noche al pie del pedregoso camino que sube serpenteando por la roca, en cuya cima se encontraba el castillo, encargandoles al mismo tiempo que ya alli, no hiciesen uso de otras armas para aprehenderlo que de una maravillosa oracion que les hizo aprender de memoria, y con la cual aseguraban las cronicas que San Bartolome habia hecho al diablo su prisionero.'
aullaba la bruja; y uno de los mozos, que con la una mano la habia asido de las grenas, mientras tenia en la otra la navaja que procuraba abrir con los dientes, la contestaba rugiendo de colera: iAh, bruja de Lucifer, ya es tarde para lamentaciones, ya te conocemos todos!--iTu hiciste un mal a mi mulo, que desde entonces no quiso probar bocado, y murio de hambre dejandome en la miseria!
He was forever whirling away in post-chaises to this school and that, to see Jack Brown's boys, of the Cavalry; or Mrs. Smith's girls, of the Civil Service; or poor Tom Hick's orphan, who had nobody to look after him now that the cholera had carried off Tom and his wife, too.
bellowed Rafe Hickathrift, the butcher's boy, standing far out in the street, with his red hands to his mouth for a trumpet, "they are coming!"
Sayings of Tsz-hia:-- "Even in inferior pursuits there must be something worthy of contemplation, but if carried to an extreme there is danger of fanaticism; hence the superior man does not engage in them.
He reported that the Rio Plata was navigable for a great way, and that it rises from a lake named Bombo in the kingdom of Peru, whence, flowing through the valleys of Xauxa, it receives the rivers Parso, Bulcasban, Cay, Parima, Hiacax, and several others, by which its waters are greatly increased.
Well, sir, this drew me into deepe conceit, And to recomfort me I did commaund Lord Hardenbergh should ope a Cabanet Of my choise Jewels and to bring me thence A ring, a riche and Violet Hiacinthe, Whose sacred vertue is to cheere the heart And to excite our heavie spirits to mirthe; Which, putting on my finger, swift did breake.
E ei taua po ra, e haere ai hoe taata e hio i te rau Ti, ia i te oia i te rau Ti i te hauti raa mai te hauti ie te matai rahi ra, te o reira te raoere Ti e ofati mai, e tau mau rauti ra te afai hia i te mahana e haere ai te taata na roto i taua umu ra e i te hora maha i te popoi na e tutui hia'i taua umu ra.
Chibiabos, venerable chief in The Myth of Hiaiwatha and Other Oral Legends of North American Indians, by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft (1856).
The sun stood still for Hiaka when she attempted to recover the body of Lohiau, her sister Pele's lover.
At this time the arrogant wantonness of the brothers Skate and Hiale waxed so high that they would take virgins of notable beauty from their parents and ravish them.
For all the sons of Eyfura were killed; Hialmar was slain by them, but Arvarodd gained the honours of victory, being the only survivor left by fate out of all that band of comrades.
Even allowing both charter and bull to be genuine, it is probable that the copy which has come down to our time is interpolated, and that for Gronlandon and Islandon, we ought to read Quenlandon and Hitlandon, meaning the Finlanders and Hitlanders: Quenland being the old name of Finland, and Hitland or Hialtaland the Norwegian name of the Shetland islands.
Allied with these were Thorguy, with Thorwig, Tatar (Teit), and Hialte.
A SHOP IN GO-BY STREET I said I must go back to Yann again and see if Bird of the River still plies up and down and whether her bearded captain commands her still or whether he sits in the gate of fair Belzoond drinking at evening the marvellous yellow wine that the mountaineer brings down from the Hian Min.
A man of the village of Tah-hiang exclaimed of him, "A great man is Confucius!--a man of extensive learning, and yet in nothing has he quite made himself a name!"
--Volucrum sic turba recentum, Cum reducem longo prospexit in aethere matrem, Ire cupit contra, summaque e margine nidi Extat hians; jam jamque cadat ni pectore toto Obstet aperta parens et amantibus increpet alis.
86: regibus hic mos est: ubi equos mercantur, opertos inspiciunt, ne, si facies, ut saepe, decora molli fulta pede est, emptorem inducat hiantem, quod pulchrae clunes, breve quod caput, ardua cervix.
Ergo in initio nostri processus quasi prope leucam inuenitur iter sub pedibus satis promptum, sed lumine tanquam ad medium nobis sufficiente, via torquebatur nimis, et asperabatur: et ecce figurae daemonum, circum et supra in aere se ferentium, ad imagines horribilium luporum, leonum, laruarum, megerarum, iuxta cuiuscunque genus vlulantium, rugentium, stridentium, gannientium, hiantes ore, intentantes dentibus, rostris, ac vnguibus, nos terrere, mordere, discerpere, deglutire.
Come, lets go and visit my Hianthe, She whose perfections are of power to moove The thoughts of Caesar (did he live) to love.
Exhaurit pietas oculos, et hiantia frangit Pectora, nec plenos avido sinit edere questus, Magna adeo jactura premit," &c. "Fountains of tears who gives, who lends me groans, Deep sighs sufficient to express my moans?
V. Martens identified amongst the tertiary mussels of the banks of clay the following species, which still live in the Indian Ocean:--Venus (Hemitapes) hiantina, Lam.;
The synagogue, according to these inscriptions, was built in 1163, under the Sung Emperor Hiao; under the Yuen, in 1279, the rabbi rebuilt the ancient temple known as Ts'ing Chen sse, probably on the site of a ruined mosque; the synagogue was rebuilt in 1421 during the reign of Yung-lo; it was destroyed by an inundation of the Hwang-ho in 1642, and the Jews began to rebuild it once more in 1653.
His eldest son Hiaohoei was proclaimed heir apparent.
The next night he camped just below the snows of Tacoma, but sunrise and he struck the summit together, for there, tamanous had revealed to him, was hiaqua--hiaqua that should make him the greatest and richest of his tribe.
Floating upon this undertone were sharper tamanous voices, shouting and screaming, always sneeringly, 'Ha, ha, hiaqua!--ha, ha, ha!'
While the editor endeavours to illustrate and explain the descriptions of the author, he does not consider himself at liberty to alter the text, even in the most obviously faulty places.--E. Charchan, Charcham, Carcam, Hiarkand, Jarkun, Jerket, Jerken, Urkend; such are the varieties in the editions of these travels, for the Yarkand of modern maps.