"Oh!--well, if the lady cares to come here herself, I will give her the satisfaction she desires," was his crafty reply.
It was rather fun at Panton's.... Oh!--Weston Massinghay was coming to lunch.
oh!--what had he thought all this time?--what had he suffered?
TOM: (gasping) Oh,--why--is that all?
I thought more and more in terms of conversation with Isabel; her possible comments upon things would flash into my mind, oh!--with the very sound of her voice.
Such phrases as 'The Lord is a man of war,' 'The trumpet spake not to the armed throng,' are to my ear quite as grand as Homer: and it would be equally fair to ask what we are to make of a language which transforms Milton's line into Greek: e shalpigx ohy proshephe ton hoplismhenon hochlon.
BARBARA sits up, plainly bewildered; then she sees the PIPER, and says happily:-- BARBARA Oh!--you have come to save me.
With this conception of "peerless Poesie" in our minds, we turn to Aristotle's Poetics, and it gives us a sensible shock to read on the first page, that "Epic Poetry and Tragedy, Comedy also and dithyrambic Poetry, and the greater part of the music of the flute and of the lyre are all, generally speaking, modes of imitation" (Greek: pasai tynchhanoysin ohysai mimheseis to hynolon).
"Oh, we ought not to come in!"
If on shore, I am apt to say 'oh- lee;' and if off shore, 'oh-lie.'"
Oh-- ah--why--hullo, Barlow!
she said in the same trailing, faery tone.... "And that distance--between us--that you always felt--in 'the cycle of Cathay'--you seem to have overcome that----" "It was another century----" "Oh----" "And now to explore the wood!"
Little honey baby, what yo' skeery at?-- (Go down, Moses--down to Phar-e-oh,)-- No--dat isn't nuffin but a furry fly-round bat;-- (Say, he'd betta let dose people go.)
But, oh!--" She broke off eloquently.
"Oha," he bellowed, "Mr. Chief Sassenach.
"Oh!"--a half-involuntary cry escaped her, and Geoffrey looked up reassuringly as he stroked the horse's neck and checked him for a brief second.
"Oh"--a name she could not speak even there went through her heart in two big throbs--"if only we had never met!
46:10 And the sons of Simeon; Jemuel, and Jamin, and Ohad, and Jachin, and Zohar, and Shaul the son of a Canaanitish woman.
"Oh,--ah,--yes,--well,--if it's a sin, of course," said Miss Prissy; "but then--dear me!--it don't seem as if it could be.
"Oh,--all our general disturbance and distress, but the battery's in particular.
As for roe and red deer, they were, according to Dr. Bruyerin Ohampier, morsels fit for kings and rich people (Fig.
Oh!--and dangerously strong, too, no doubt, for some natures!
"Oh!"--and Sandy blushed through his tan at his absurd mistake.
Oh!--as the infant pledge of friends beloved Received from thy pure lips its future name, Sweetly unconscious look'd the baby-boy!
She must have been oh!--bitterly ashamed, or why should she have burst out crying?
Pray present my kind regards in that quarter, but in the most impressive and tender manner,--the most tender; and, oh,--but I need not be in such anxiety.
"Oh!--but what do--you mean?"
"Oh!"--cried the girl impulsively, as the beautiful winged creatures disappeared at last,--"if people could only be like that!
"Oh!--Curiosity, then, has been at the bottom of your absence?"
The Major coughed and ahemmed continually; Patsy ah'd and oh'd and seemed half frightened; Uncle John walked after them silently, but with a pleased smile that was almost childish upon his round and rugged face.
I hain't got nuth'n' 'g'in' Ailse; she's quite, an' ohdaly, a good cook, an' laundriss, an' she's a lady, an' all that, but sh' ain't not to say what you'd call a giftid 'oman."
Oh,--damn my poems!"
Oh!--damn!"--a most objectionable expression and rare with him in those days.
"Oh"--Dave circled a weary hand to the zenith--"off somewhere holy-rolling.
Oh!--do please have a dragon."
The roof of green thatch was supported on a score of the slender pillars of the ohe, the golden bamboo, and there were neither sides nor doors.
3:19 And the sons of Pedaiah were, Zerubbabel, and Shimei: and the sons of Zerubbabel; Meshullam, and Hananiah, and Shelomith their sister: 3:20 And Hashubah, and Ohel, and Berechiah, and Hasadiah, Jushabhesed, five.
The second, Otiore, had both arms tattooed; the third, Harotea, both sides of the body; the fourth, Hua, marked shoulders; the fifth, Atoro, a small stripe on the left side; the sixth, Ohemara, a small circle around each ankle, and the seventh, Poo, were uninked.
Table of Contents Chapter 1 Sixties' stories: Free Goa's first elections Chapter 2 Goan journalism: Views from near and far Chapter 3 West Coast Times : A dream ruined Chapter 4 Novem Goem: The Roof Caves In Chapter 5 The Herald of A New Ethos Chapter 6 oHERALDo: an untold chapter Chapter 7 The banyan tree: working under Rajan Chapter 8 Rural Goa, unheard, unsung... Chapter 9 A year apart... journalism and leaving home Chapter 10 Growing up with the Herald... Chapter 11 In black & white... newsdesk nuggets Chapter 12 The proof of it all... Chapter 13 Birth pangs at Sant Inez Chapter 14 An era of free sheeters Chapter 15 Journalism in Goa: An outsider looks in Chapter 16 An accidental Bhailo Chapter 17 Why Konkani failed its readers... Chapter 18 Romi Konkani, hanging on a cliff Chapter 19 Comrades in crime: Police reporting Chapter 20 Of sports... and sports journalism Chapter 21 From journalist... to publisher Introduction If you believe in miracles, here is a small one.
At night Cook's ships approached Oati-piha, or Ohetepeha, Bay, as his log-writers termed this lagoon, from the Vaitapiha River, flowing into it, and the dawn found them in a calm a mile and a half from the reef.
Leaving the Society Islands on 9th August, they were off Ohetiroa (Rurutu), in the Central Group, on the 14th, but the natives were unfriendly, and they did not land.
That signified nothing, she would have had you understand; so were Charlie and Victorine, so were--oh!--every girl wrote to somebody at the front; one could not do less and be a patriot.
SMITH: Oh,--for the children?
We would advise Mr. Firth to write northward--beyond the Firth of Forth (oh!)--for samples of plaids.
FEJEVARY: Oh--(gesture of depreciation) I don't think he is so much a radical as a particularly human human-being.