Not one chance look this way--and yet I can forgive her lovely Eyes, Because they look not pleas'd with all this Ceremony; And yet methinks some sympathy in Love Might this way glance their Beams--I cannot hold-- Sir, is this fair Lady my Aunt?
THE WINE OF LIFE Earthen jar of quaint design, Fragile clay and slender mould, I shall soon have drained the wine Which you still contrive to hold,-- Wine that sixty years ago Seemed about to overflow.
Walk thy ways with me, Up to the crested tower, above Thy father's wall.... Where they decree Thy soul shall perish.--Hold him: hold!-- Would God some other man might ply These charges, one of duller mould, And nearer to the iron than I!
St. Gertrude, moreover, the heathen Holda, was symbolized as a mouse, and was said Go lead an army of mice; she was the receiver of children's souls.
What does it hold?--A sin?--I hope not.
Two days later a cab deposited at the lodge Miss May, and her dress-basket, and her travelling-bag, and her holdall, together with certain loose periodicals and a volume or two bearing the yellow label of Mudie.
SEE Holdaway, Neville Aldridge.
I cannot hold;--but if I shou'd forgive, and marry you, you wou'd be gadding after honour still, longing to be a she Great Turk again.
HOLDCRAFT, PAUL E. Snappy sketches for the church blackboard.
And that hit were good to take them/ And whan the counceyll herde hym that sayde/ that hit was not Iuste ner right/ they lefte hem alle in pees And wold not haue adoo with alle/ The vicarye or Iuge of the kynge ought to be so Iuste/ that he shold employe alle his entente to saue the comyn wele And yf hit were nede to put his lyf and/ lose hit therfore/ we haue an ensample of marcus regulus wherof Tullius reherceth in the book of offices And saynt Augustyn also de ciuitate dei/ how he faught agayn them of cartage by see in shippis and was vaynquysshid and taken/ Than hit happend that they of cartage sente hymm in her message to rome for to haue theyr prisoners there/ for them y'e were taken/ and so to cha=uge one for an other And made hym swere and promyse to come agayn/ And so he cam to rome And made proposicion tofore the senate And demanded them of cartage of the senatours to be cha=uged as afore is sayd And than the senatours demanded hym what counceyll he gaf Certayn sayd he I co=uceyll yow that y'e do hit not in no wise For as moche as the peple of rome that they of cartage holde in prison of youris ben olde men and brusid in the warre as I am my self/ But they that y'e holde in prison of their peple is alle the flour of alle their folke/ whiche counceyll they toke/ And than his frendes wolde haue holde hym and counceyllyd hym to abide there and not retorne agayn prysoner in to cartage/ but he wold neuer doo so ner abide/ but wold goo agayn and kepe his oth How well that he knewe that he went toward his deth For he had leuyr dye than to breke his oth Valeri9 reherceth in the sixth book of one Emelye duc of the romayns/ that in the tyme whan he had assieged the phalistes/ The scole maystre of the children deceyuyd the children of the gentilmen that he drewe hym a lityll and a lytyll vnto the tentys of the romayns by fayr speche.
nor fidelite/ ne oth holden/ the peple murmure and ryse agayn theyr lord and wole not be subget/ they ought to be pietous in herte/ whiche is auaillable to all thinge ther is pite in effecte by compassion/ and in worde by remission and pardon/ by almesse/ for to enclyne hymself to the poure For pite is nothynge ellis but a right grete will of a debonaire herte for to helpe alle men/ Valerius reherceth that ther was a Iuge named sangis whiche dampned a woman that had deseruyd the deth for to haue her heed smyten of or ellis that she shold dye in prison/ The Geayler that had pite on the woman put not her anone to deth but put her in the pryson/ And this woman had a doughter whiche cam for to se and conforte her moder But allway er she entryd into the pryson the Iayler serchid her that se shold bere no mete ne drynke to her moder/ but that she shold dye for honger/ Than hit happend after this that he meruaylled moche why this woman deyd not/ And began to espye the cause why she lyuyd so longe/ And fonde at laste how her doughter gaf souke to her moder/ And fedde her with her melke.
+Bi-holden+, v. to hold, to behold, PP, C, MD; +bi-healde+, S; +bihalden+, S2; +bihalt+, pr.
That he, our poor Friend, should ever win for himself one of these Gracefuls (Holden)--Ach Gott!
Sir Christopher Hatton, for instance, could not have built Holdenby out of his 50l.
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HOLDER."--Johnson's Quarto Dict.,
Giaour Gibbon Gibraltar Gifford Glenarvon (Lady Caroline Lamb's novel) Glennie, Dr. Goethe Gray, May, her influence over Byron Gray (poet) Greece Grindelwald Guiccioli Hailstone, Prof. Hanson, Mr., solicitor Harness, a school-fellow Harrogate, trip to Harrow Hawthorne Heaven and Earth Heber, Bishop Hebrew Melodies Hints from Horace Hiron, a Cambridge tradesman Hobhouse Hodgson, Rev. F. Holderness, Earl of Holland, Lord Hoppner Hours of Idleness Howard, Hon.
Lord Holdernesse is the heir of that family.
Licere vel non licere uno verbo dicendum est; catera mihi et Holdero reliqueris.
During the administration of Gov. Pillsbury the state compromised with the holders of these securities and paid 50 per cent of their nominal value.
Then Sebiah Collins,--she brought me a bag of holders,--poor old soul!
Si per te licet, imperatur nuncio Holderum ad me deducere.
litle Sir Gregory, Enter Holderus.
ELECTRICITY, MICROSCOPY, ETC.-Apparatus for demonstrating that Electricity develops only on the Surface of Conductors.--1 figure The Colson Telephone.--3 engravings The Meldometer.--An apparatus for determining the melting points of minerals Touch Transmission by Electricity in the Education of Deaf Mutes.--By S. TEFFT WALKER.--With 1 figure V. HORTICULTURE.--Candelabra Cactus and the California Woodpecker.--By C.F. HOLDER.--With 2 engravings How Plants are reproduced.--By C.E. STUART.--A paper read before the Chemists' Assistants' Association VI.
Hee holdes ye hard, Graccus.
Now will I have thee know, ere thou go farther, That they sinned not; and if they merit had, 'Tis not enough, because they had not baptism Which is the portal of the Faith thou holdest; And if they were before Christianity, In the right manner they adored not God; And among such as these am I myself.
Now here stand I, together with Sir Benedict of Bourne who holdeth Thrasfordham Keep, pledged to live henceforth, sword in hand, until these evils are no more--since 'tis only by bitter strife and conflict that evil may be driven from our borders.
And aftre that, thei kutten his mete, and putten it in his mouthe; for he touchethe no thing ne handlethe nought, but holdethe evere more his hondes before him, upon the table.
"The object of her deep emotion was now visible to all, holding the recovered sword in his mouth, while with both hands he fought against the buffetting billows, which hurled him against the foot of the cliff, and as often by their recoil swept him back again; for the wave-worn crag offered no holdfast either for the foot or hand. '
In its next, or more mature state, it disdains all props, and rising by its own strength above the walls on which it grew, occasionally puts on the appearance of a tree; in this the flower of its age, the branches are smooth, devoid of radicles and holdfasts; and it is loaded with blossoms and with fruit; the lobulations of the leaves are likewise less; this is the war-poet's ivy.
3.--These authors are wrong in calling ought a helping verb, and so is Oliver B. Peirce, in calling "ought to," and "ought to have" auxiliaries; for no auxiliary ever admits the preposition to after it or into it: and Murray of Holdgate is no less in fault, for calling let an auxiliary; because no mere auxiliary ever governs the objective case.
exclaimed he roughly, endeavouring to disengage her hold--"give me the liquor, I say."
Yours respectfully, Grabber and Holdham."
She wanted a hand to hold;--his--oh, one of his!--until she could find her way into a path again.
"Said to hold!--I certainly do hold George Wetmore's bond, secured by a mortgage signed by his wife, balance due, including interest and costs, $963.42; and I am proceeding to sell, under the statute.
The Saiad, whose name I need not mention, had been made over to me more than a year ago by Major Holdich to instruct.
"No,"--he loosed his hold,--"I'm only Hilary Kincaid and you'll go--in mercy to both of us--in simple good faith to every one we love--Oh, leave me!"
Martha was indignant, and I must say very rude, for she snapped back: "I wonder at that same bein' your holdin', Mrs. Barton, bein' as you've five maid daughters that's not so by their desirin', folks do say as knows."
he said, in a hoarse stage-whisper; and Zelma, again laying her hand upon his head, and looking starward, swore to be his, to command, to call, to hold,--in life, in death, here, hereafter, evermore.
Italy, like Russia and Germany, had been having trouble in holding down her people.
The land as usual was given out to Muslim followers, or the Jews were allowed to keep their holdings, provided they paid half the produce as tribute to Mahomet.
This pencil memorandum is very plain.hh It is worthy of special note also, that one of the owners of this volume, a Simon Holdip, writes on the last page of the "Lives of the Ten Emperors," the last in order of binding, "per me Simone Holdip in te domine speravi" in the old so-called chancery-hand, while on the first page of the Dedication of the "Familiar Epistles," the first in order of binding, he writes "Simon Holdip est verus possessor hujus libri," in as fair an Italian hand as Richard Gethinge or the Countess Olivia herself could show.
cried John, loosening his hold,--"it is my brother!"
Though I am he, From whom no secret thought may flee; Who sees it ere the birth be known To him, that claims it for his own; Yet would I still with patience hear What each may for himself declare, That all in your defence may see The justice pure of my decree.-- But, hold!--It ill beseems my place To hear debate in such a case: Be therefore thou, Da Vinci's shade, Who when on earth to men display'd The scattered powers of human kind In thy capacious soul combin'd; Be thou the umpire of the strife, And judge as thou wert still in life.