27:34 And when Esau heard the words of his father, he cried with a great and exceeding bitter cry, and said unto his father, Bless me, even me also, O my father.
O- As true as truest horse, that y et would never tire.
And is it true thou hast promised me a place within thy court at fair Mortain--is it true thou wilt lift me up that I may wed with one so much o'er me in station--is it true thou wilt give me my Genevra, my heart's desire-- all unworthy though I be--I--O--" And behold!
The writer of "Bath-Intrigues," moreover, did not hesitate to recommend Eliza's earlier novels to the good graces of scandal-loving readers, for she describes a certain letter as "amorous as Mrs. O--- F---d's Eyes, or the Writings of the Author of Love in Excess."
He told me, amongst other things, that a Mr. O----, who resided there, had been elected captain, and added that he was "a considerable clever fellow," and the best captain they ever had.
* * * * * Lavretsky lived alone at Vassilyevskoe, and often rode into O------ to see his cousins.
+O-+, prefix; see +On-+ (1).
O. T. English.
All 'bout the lives o'--" "How much is it?"
%O% Observer O'Conor, Charles Oglethorpe, James Ohio, Settled Admitted currency plan Ohio Land Company Ohio River, struggle for settlements on Oklahoma Old Demand notes Old Ironsides Olmsted, F. L. Omnibus Bill Omnibuses Oneida Indians Onondaga Indians Orders in Council of 1806 and 1807 Ordinance, how passed of 1785 of 1787 Oregon, settled joint occupation of boundaries of trail a territory slavery in Orleans Territory Ossawatomie settled Oswego burned Otis, James Overland stage Owen, Robert.
ever, S; +aa+, S; +abuten+, ever without, S; see +O+.
Ἐπειδήπερ1 πολλοὶ2 ἐπεχείρησαν3 ἀνατάξασϑαι4 διήγησιν5 περὶ Inasmuch as many undertook to arrange a narrative about τῶν πεπλήροφορημένων6 ἐν ἡμῖν7 πραγμάτων,8 καϑὼς9 παρέδοσαν10 the fully believed among us transactions, just as transmitted them ἡμῖν7 oἱ ἀπ᾽11 ἀρχῆς12 αὐτόπται13 καὶ ὑπηρέται14 to us the from the beginning eye-witnesses and ministers τοῦ λόγον·15 ἔόοξε16 κάμοί17 παρηκολονϑηκότι18 ἄvωϑεν19 of the word; it seemed good to me also, having followed close from the first πᾶσιν20 ἀκριβῶς,21 καϑεξῆς22 σοι γράψαι,23 κράτιστε24 to all things carefully, regularly to thee to write, most excellent Θεόφιλε,25 ἵνα ἐπιγνῷς26 περὶ ὧν27 κατηχήϑης28 Theophilus, in order that thou mayest recognize about what thou wast instructed λόγων τὴν ἀσφάλειαν.29 words the certainty.
The faint hum of O344's system was drowned out now with the rustle of human movement as the asteroid miners gathered around the table.
Of wishing, earnestness, or vocative address; (often with a noun or pronoun in the nominative absolute;) O!--5.
C H O CO CHCH +----+-----+---+----+------+---------- Anthracite 87.7 3.3 3.2 Bituminous 80.8 5.0 8.2 Petroleum 84.813.1 1.5 Coal gas 6.5 14.3 52.4 14.8 Generator gas 1.98 35.5 1.46 Water gas 6.3 0.687.8 1.2 ------------------+----+-----+---+----+------+---------- We will employ the formula of Dulong-- h = 14,500 C + 62,000 (H - O/8) to compute the theoretical heating powers of these fuels.
Then the point E in OC produced will have the motion EF perpendicular to OE, of a magnitude determined by producing OA to cut this perpendicular in F. But since the intersection E of the crank produced is to be with a vertical line through the other end of the rod, the instantaneous axis has a motion which, so far as it depends upon the movement of C only, is in the direction DE.
a, o;--a, æ, e, ea;-- e, eo, ie;--o, u, ou;--(all originally short).
It is a very desirable shrub, of which there are varieties named O.A. ilicifolius argenteo-variegatus, O.A. ilicifolius aureo-variegatus, and O.A. ilicifolius nanus, the names of which will be sufficient to define their characters.
SEE McConathy, Oabourne.
"Oachi," he said, "I am nearly well enough to travel now.
Oachi--" He still looked where he could not see her face.
"There's only the oad green road.
"O'ad Hayes is quiet and cunning as a hill fox, but my lease has some time to go and he canna put us aw oot."
A License to William Aber, To Sow Six Hundred Acres of Ground with Oade ... A Patent to Valentise Harris, To Sow Six Hundred Acres of Ground with Woade.
For ’twas the holy Kirk that nursed, The Brownists and the ranters’ crew; Foul error’s motley vesture first Was oaded in a northern blue; And what’s th’ enthusiastick breed, Or men of Knipperdolin’s creed, But Cov’nanters run up to seed!
Footnote 190: This appears from a letter of Oaelius to Cicero in 51.--ad Fam.
Of this notion, the following examples are a sufficient refutation: an aeronaut, an aerial tour, an oeiliad, an eyewink, an eyas, an iambus, an oaesis, an o'ersight, an oil, an oyster, an owl, an ounce.
Ah, it was delicious to have the great oaf sitting sulking under my fingers, longing to knock my head off, and I plastering away, with words of deepest astonishment and condolence.
Fortunate youth to possess a Croesus for a father:" "Yes; I suppose the governor must be tremendously oafish," said Stafford.
These stupid oafs are letting poor Priddell die--" "What!
The word has, in Indian, a plural inflective in oag, which the French threw away.
"Come and be presented to Meester and Meesers Carneelius Garsling-Green, M.P.," said the lady, waddling before him; and her husband echoed:-- "Oah, yess.
for Oahe Ind'l Sch.
Bread.........................Cla-oahk, or Clip-par.
Their schooner was last sighted about 450 miles northeast of Oahu, in good shape, and bound westward.
Little red squirrels danced and clattered above their heads, and every oak was a choir with a hundred tiny voices piping from the shadow of its foliage.
She that so young could give out such a seeming, To seel her father's eyes up close as oak- He thought 'twas witchcraft- but I am much to blame; I humbly do beseech you of your pardon For too much loving you.
Even a decayed oak,-- "------dry and dead, Still clad with reliques of its trophies old, Lifting to heaven its aged hoary head, Whose foot on earth Hath got but feeble hold--" --even such a tree as Spenser has thus described is strikingly beautiful: decay in this case looks pleasing.
Even when the grand anthem had swelled to its highest pitch, I could distinctly hear the varying tones of individual trees,--Spruce, and Fir, and Pine, and leafless Oak,--and even the infinitely gentle rustle of the withered grasses at my feet.
The mystery of Dog's Tooth Cliff; illustrated by E. G. Oakdale.
Their horses giving in, Oakden and Hulkes returned, but although they applied for a squatting licence for the country they had been over, it was not then settled or stocked.
Some of the names M. Zola, having now made progress with his English, could readily understand; others, too, were virtually French, such as Bellevue, Beaumont, and so forth; but there were several that I had to interpret, such as Oakdene, Thornbrake, Beechcroft, Hillbrow, Woodcote, Fernside, Fairholme, Inglenook, etc.
The durefull oake whose sap is not yet dride Is long ere it conceive the kindling fyre; But when it once doth burne, it doth divide Great heat, and makes his flames to heaven aspire.
In one hand she carried a small pitcher, while with the other she leaned heavily on her oaken stick.