St John's wort, with its star-shaped golden flowers, white and red campion, and a host of others, are larger and more beautiful on the rich loam than they are on the stony hills.
Cars from Buffalo, Kokomo, Delphi, Cars from Lodi, Carmi, Loami.
1:9 Then said God, Call his name Loammi: for ye are not my people, and I will not be your God.
"I think it was Mr. Craig's pedigree only that had the advantage of being Scotch, and not his 'bringing up'; for, except that he had a stronger burr in his accent, his speech differed little from that of the Loamshire people around him."
If we counter at once we might give the Loamshires time to come up--they're in support, Sir--but--but, if they attack us, they'll get those guns--run right over us."
When you are being carried back to the pavilion after your century against Loamshire--do you play Loamshire?--we shall be grubbing in the hard ground for ruined abbeys.
Every few minutes the loamy bank would tip down a great load of earth upon its besieger, and fall back a foot,--sometimes a yard,--and the writhing river would press after, until at last the Pointe was quite swallowed up, and the great river glided by in a majestic curve, and asked no more; the bank stood fast, the "caving" became a forgotten misfortune, and the diminished grant was a long, sweeping, willowy bend, rustling with miles of sugar-cane.
loan, S, S2, PP, Prompt.--AS.
CHAPTER XXXIV MARCH 5, 1850--NOVEMBER 10, 1854 Precarious financial condition.--Regret at not being able to make loan.-- False impression of great wealth.--Fears he may have to sell home.-- F.O.J. Smith continues to give trouble.--Morse system extending throughout the world.--Death of Fenimore Cooper.--Subscriptions to charities, etc.--First use of word "Telegram.
Livingstone completed the first journey, from Loanda to the mouth of the Zambesi, in one year, seven months, and twenty-two days.
On the 11th of November, 1853, he left Linyante, having overcome Sekeletu's objection to let him go, and arrived at Loando, on the West Coast, on 31st May, 1854, after a variety of adventures, and being reduced by fever to a mere skeleton.
On the Gold Coast it was a certain length of cowrie shells on a string; at Loango it was a "piece" which had the value of a common gun or of twenty pounds of iron; at Kakongo it was twelve- or fifteen-yard lengths of cotton cloth called "goods"; while on the Gambia it was a bar of iron, apparently about forty pounds in weight.
There was one very dark night in the month o' January, when I was little mair than seventeen, my faither and me were gaun to Morpeth, and we were wishing to get forward wi' the beasts as far as Whittingham; but just as we were about half a mile doun the loanin' frae Glanton, it cam' awa ane o' the dreadfu'est storms that e'er mortal was out in.
It was proposed, therefore, that the government should establish a number of subtreasury or money-loaning stations in each state, at which the farmers could borrow money from the government (at two per cent interest), giving as security non-perishable farm produce.
I've heard the liltin' at our ewe-milking, Lasses a' liltin' before dawn o' day; But now they are moaning on ilka green loaning-- The Flowers of the Forest are a' wede away.
The earth, as has been already said, gives nothing, but is ready to lend everything; and when the debts are punctually repaid, each successive loan is made on a larger scale; but when the debtor fails in punctuality, his credit declines, and the loans are gradually diminished, until at length he is turned out from house and home.
its loans,--its army,--and Russia.
DOUBLEFEE (Old Jacob), a money-lender who accommodates the Duke of Buckingham with loans.--Sir W. Scott, Peveril of the Peak (time, Charles II).
I look to your aid to keep that sympathy alive,--to urge the formation of societies to collect funds and support a loan,--to move in favour of the propositions which I had the honour to express at the Corporation Banquet.
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Loa'r, Tummus, doan't 'ee knaw?"
He would not loase a sermon for a pound, An oath he thought would rend his iawes in twaine, An idle word did whet Gods vengeance on; And yet two murthers were not scripulous.
** Loast, loosed.
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"Well, we might do the same thing," proposed Patsy, who was loath to abandon her plan.
Imprinted at London for Ioseph Hunt, and William Ferbrand, and are to be solde at the Corner of Colman-streete, neere Loathburie.
Tis meer Cowardize makes thee not draw; and I will leave thee dead However; but if thou art so much prest With guilt and fear, as not to dare to fight, I'le make thy memory loath'd, and fix a scandal Upon thy name for ever.
Dr. Horton may possibly loathe and detest Limericks just as I loathe and detest riddles; but I have no right to call them flippant and unprofitable; there are wild people in the world who like riddles.
Thou elvish-mark'd, abortive, rooting hog, Thou that wast seal'd in thy nativity The slave of nature and the son of hell, Thou slander of thy heavy mother's womb, Thou loathed issue of thy father's loins, Thou rag of honour, thou detested- GLOUCESTER.
He loathes above all loathely creatures, Linton, his own son by Isabella.
Even thus two friends condemn'd Embrace, and kiss, and take ten thousand leaves, Loather a hundred times to part than die.
He loathes above all loathely creatures, Linton, his own son by Isabella.
By decimation and a tithed death- If thy revenges hunger for that food Which nature loathes- take thou the destin'd tenth, And by the hazard of the spotted die Let die the spotted.
I pursued thee to do thee mischief; I overtook thee; I bore thee away; and worse than all--for now perhaps thou loathest me for it--I loved thee.
And that she "Loatheth each lowly thing with lofty eye."
When thou saw the king come with the cross on his shoulder, On the top of Calvary thou camest him against; Like a traitor untrue, treason thou thought; Thou laid upon my liege lord loathful hands, Sithen beat him on his body, and buffeted him rightly, then.
She was getting on his nerves, and he began to conceive so fierce a loathing for her that he forgot to keep count of his real interests.
It was my high ambition, to hold sway, Sole, paramount, unquestion'd, o'er a third Of Heaven's resplendent legions:--Power and glory Dwelt on them, like an elemental essence That could not be destroyed.--I could not deem That aught could so extinguish the pure fire Of their sun-like beauty--yet 'tis changed!-- I gain'd them to my wish, and they are grown Too hateful to be look'd on.--Thus I've seen The frail fair dupe of amorous perfidy, The victim of a smile,--by man beguiled-- Won to debasement, and then left in loathing:-- Alas!
he loathingly drawled, "is it Damned Fools' Day again?"
To shrink from what we practise; do God's work In spite of loathings; that's the path of saints.
But If thou dost break her virgin-knot before All sanctimonious ceremonies may With full and holy rite be minist'red, No sweet aspersion shall the heavens let fall To make this contract grow; but barren hate, Sour-ey'd disdain, and discord, shall bestrew The union of your bed with weeds so loathly That you shall hate it both.
Pray you look not sad, Nor make replies of loathness; take the hint Which my despair proclaims.
it is not in our power to have recourse to any established laws of speech; but we must remark how the writers of former ages have used the same word, and consider whether he can be acquitted of impropriety, upon the testimony of Davies, given in his favour by a similar passage: She loaths the wat'ry glass wherein she gaz'd, And shuns it still, although for thirst she dye.
He had again become delirious, and raved as before about coffins, corpses, graves, and other loathsome matters.
In the bitter satire of Juvenal we get an impression most melancholy and loathsome:-- "'T were long to tell what philters they provide, What drugs to set a son-in-law aside,-- Women, in judgment weak, in feeling strong, By every gust of passion borne along.
The bishop was signing now outwards over a man who lay next the German, with his face altogether hidden in a white and loathsomely suggestive mask; but there was no stir in answer.