I'll forbear; And am fallen out with my more headier will, To take the indispos'd and sickly fit For the sound man.- Death on my state!
The Manaries and the Pilcosones came a hundred and two hundred leagues" to visit the Inca in Uiticos.
And then, to show them that he had power on earth to forgive sins, he said to the sick man--"Arise, take up thy bed, and go unto thine house.
All the marchandize, spices and drugs, are sold by this quintal, except some drugs, as lignum de China, Galanga, and others, whereof they bargaine at so much per candill, aduertising that there be two sorts of candill, one of 16 manas, the other of 20 manas, that of 16 manas commeth to be iust 3 quintals, and that of 26 manas, 3 quintals, 3 roues.
"Baxter," said he, "kindly understand that I am speaking to you as--er--man to man,--as my father's old and trusted servant and my early boy-hood's only friend; sit down, John."
How high?--said the little man.--As high as the first step of the stairs that lead to the New Jerusalem.
And like that sun reflected at midday in the glassy depths of the Manasa lake, he had an image of himself in the form of a son, who exactly resembled him in every particular, except age.
Manasara, who had heard of his great skill, and was desirous of seeing it, ordered him to be immediately admitted, and, after the usual salutations, the performance began.
Besides, the country where above all we should expect the most of human remains in the drift-deposits, as being probably the most ancient abode of man,--Asia,--has been the least explored for such purposes.
As some men may pass the boundaries of their village, but not of their county, caring only for the matters concerning it, so the western scientists of this earth village on the manasic globe do not pass the boundaries of Helios county, caring only for etheric matters.
The mathematical and physical proof that the physical earth is 50,000 miles in diameter should not be passed over lightly in our haste to get on, for the perfect understanding of all this fact implies makes easy the comprehension of how we live etherically in the solar etheric globe, of how we live pranically in the stellar pranic globe, and how we live manasically in the manasic globe.
Her eyes fill with tears, she knows not why: her life seems rounded, complete, wrapt in a great peace; the grave at Manassas, and that planted with moss on the hill yonder, are in it; they only make her joy in living more tender and holy.
The Battle of "Bull Run" or Manassas%.--General Winfield Scott was in command of the Union army.
Son killed at Manassas,--George,--d' ye know?"
Prepared by William W. Bryan, assisted by Elizabeth Ent, Arthur J. Manasse, Jr. & Paul M. McClarrinon.
2:20 And by him shall be the tribe of Manasseh: and the captain of the children of Manasseh shall be Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur.
Of the tribe of Manasses were sealed twelve thousand.
+Manacen+, v. to threaten, C2, PP; +manasside+, pt.
12:4 Then Jephthah gathered together all the men of Gilead, and fought with Ephraim: and the men of Gilead smote Ephraim, because they said, Ye Gileadites are fugitives of Ephraim among the Ephraimites, and among the Manassites.
Huius ad terrae metas manat fluuius Briemer latitudinis duarum leucarum, et semis, quem nos transire nequiuimus, nec ausi fuimus.
And he possessed the knowledge I have gained during my captivity he would say to you, 'Go, Tasor, to the pit where A-kor, son of Haja of Gathol, is confined and set him free and with him arouse the slaves from Gathol and march to The Gate of Enemies and offer your services to U-Thor of Manataj, who is wed to Haja of Gathol, and ask of him in return that he attack the palace of O-Tar and rescue Tara of Helium and when that thing is accomplished that he free the slaves of Gathol and furnish them with the arms and the means to return to their own country.'
The lures of Manatee.
The crew climbed over the ledge of rocks that flanked their tents, and the sight of a shoal of manatees immediately beneath them, gladdened their hearts.
It is the general belief that there is more nutriment in Pupunha than in fish, or Vacca Marina (Manati).'
The lagoon was still as glass; the sun was sickening; and we were glad to put up our umbrellas and look out from under them for Manatis and Boas.
Manaton ed. (
The Indian Ke-taw-kah had left the bay the day previous, had passed the Indian village on the Manatoowack River, on his way to Chebiogan on the west side of Lake Michigan, to see a relative, but had turned back.
The chiefs of Manator were stunned.
"I mean," replied Val Dor, "that you are not of Manator and that if you wish to hide the fact it is well that you speak not to a Manatorian as you did just speak to me of--Fliers!
It was the first time that these Manatorians had seen Gahan of Gathol fight, but Tara of Helium knew that he was master of his sword.
At the clash of steel, palace guards rushed to the scene from other parts of the great building until those who would have defended U-Thor were outnumbered two to one, and then the jed of Manatos slowly withdrew with his forces, and fighting his way through the corridors and chambers of the palace came at last to the avenue.
Hence the various sea-rolls, made dishes, and Mediterranean pies, well known by men-of-war’s-men—Scouse, Lob-scouse, Soft-Tack, Soft-Tommy, Skillagalee, Burgoo, Dough-boys, Lob-Dominion, Dog’s-Body, and lastly, and least known, Dunderfunk; all of which come under the general denomination of Manavalins.
The Agoutis, however, and Pacas, and other rodents, says Humboldt, have teeth and perseverance to gnaw through the shell; and when the seeds are once out, 'all the animals of the forest, the monkeys, the manaviris, the squirrels, the agoutis, the parrots, the macaws, hasten thither to dispute the prey.
It was discovered by R.R. Scott, in 1862, at Manayunk, Pa., a suburb of Philadelphia, and described by him in the Gardener's Monthly of September, 1865.
SEE MANAZUCCA, MME.
It dies, not only when you aim a fatal blow at its life principle--its foundation doctrine of man's right to property in manB--but it dies as surely, when you prune it of its manifold incidents of pollution and irreligion.
The lady naturally prefers the younger man.--Beaumont and Fletcher, Mons.
Will you, too, treat the poor wild uneducated sportsman as a Pariah and an outcast, because he is not ashamed to be a man?--because he cannot stuff his soul's hunger with cut-and-dried hearsays, but dares to think for himself?-- because he wants to believe things, and dare not be satisfied with only believing that he ought to believe them?'
We stood gazing at her thus, in her beautiful stillness and calm,--two men, the younger of us full-grown and conscious of many experiences, the other an old man,--before this impersonation of tender youth.
Let me judge for myself, upon what I shall see, not upon what I shall hear.--Do you think I shall ever?-- I dreaded her going on--I must be heard, Madam, (raising my voice still higher,)--you must let me read one paragraph or two out of this letter to you, if you will not read it yourself-- Begone from me, Man!--Begone from me with thy letters!
Hester,' he said, as he slowly walked round the sweep in front of the house, 'Hester,' he said, 'you would do your duty best to God and man,--best to John Caldigate and to your child,--by remaining here.'