That is to say his parachute caught in a tree and he hung swinging, like a giant pendulum, over my horses' backs until we lifted him down.
Often when the wind was favorable, they intrusted themselves to their kites, and slipping the ropes, flew to the opposite side of the bay, forerunners in the air of a certain Lyonnais of 1783, and contemporaneous with the Siamese who centuries ago indulged their levitative dreams by leaping with parachutes.
I, all too soone, thou viper, paracide!
Abelard Teaching in the Paraclete After the painting by A. Steinheil.
By heating butyl-aldehyde with alcoholic ammonia is formed paraconine, an alkaloid isomeric with the natural conine, but differing in physiological action.
117 Hunt to the rescue 127 Four sailors at the oars, and one at the helm 139 Hunt extended his enormous hand, holding a metal collar 161 Dirk Peters shows the way 179 The half-breed in the crow's nest 189 The Halbrane fast in the iceberg 227 The Halbrane, staved in, broken up 253 "I was afraid; I got away from him" 267 William Guy 299 An Antarctic Mystery 321 The Paracuta 329 TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter I. The Kerguelen Islands.
Instrucciones para el uso del fruncidor de 1, 6 y 12 puntadas.
Old men imagine themselves under obligation to their para- >>> mours, if younger than themselves, and seldom keep any thing from their knowledge.
--Y las mariposas blancas y las libelulas azules, que giran por el aire en extranos circulos, se paraban un momento en nuestros dentellados bordes a contarse los secretos de ese misterioso amor que dura un instante y les consume la vida.
Post haec Henricus Rex memor nihil homini debere esse antiquius, quam ad officium iustitiae, quae ad hominum vtilitatem pertinet, omne suum studium conferre, protinus omisso ciuili bello, quo pudebat videre Christianos omni tempore turpiter occupari, de republica Anglica bene gubernanda, de bello in hostes communes sumendo, de Hierosolymis tandem aliquando recipiendis plura destinabat, classemque iam parabat, cum ei talia agenti atque meditanti casus mortem attulit: subito enim morbo tentatus, nulla medicina subleuari potuit.
Penes Dominum Priorem; Parabelae Salomonis; Psalterium cum ... Penes Dominum J. de Bodek.;
Parabery took him to assist in rowing when he returned.
Another place of the greatest importance is the little bath "Parad," hardly three hours from Budapest, situated in the heart of the mountains of the "Matra."
And I can't help thinking, sir, that Christ would have helped Peggy, and that Michael, being an infidel and such a good man, is something like that second son in the parable who said he would not do his Lord's will when he was ordered, but who went all the same------" "And that your vicar is like the first?"
~A Little Parable.~ Just beyond the toiling town I saw a child to-day, With busy little hands of brown Making toys of clay.
That's me; that's my prayer," cried the poor creature, and smiting on his dark breast, he prayed for himself in the words of the parable,--"God be merciful to me a sinner!"
If further reductions are to be made, let them be effected in the same quiet way without parade or the ostentatious adoption of new principles as applicable to the defence of colonies which are exposed, as Canada is by reason of their connection with Great Britain, to the hazard of assaults from organised powers.
And they told her how the Lord himself would come among them, and sit down under a tree, and tell them one of his parables, and make them all more happy than words could say; and how sometimes he would send one out of the beautiful city, with a poem or tale to say to them, and bands of lovely music, more lovely than anything beside, except the sound of the Lord's own voice. "
He always talked to me as if it were in a man's own power to attain it; but Dr. Johnson told me that he owned to him, when they were alone, his persuasion that it was in a great measure constitutional, or the effect of causes which do not depend on ourselves, and that Horace boasts too much, when he says, aequum mi animum ipse parabo.
But a river normally describes in its course a parabola, the steep descent being in the upper part; and we hoped that in the future we should not have to encounter so many and such difficult rapids as we had already encountered, and that therefore we would make better time--a hope destined to failure.
The formula Greek: elege (eipe) de parabolaen (not found in the other Synoptics), xiii.
Greek: Kai ton Haesaian eipein; Anoixo to stoma mou en parabolais kai exereuxomai kekrummena apo katabolaes kosmou.
Amongst other talk he enquired of me if I knew any such Parabolano here in London as Signior Chiarlatano Kempino. '
fancied that the world would willingly let his reverberating words faint into whispers, and, at last, into utter silence?--his "metonymical, ironical, metaphorical, and synecdochal instruments of elocution, in all their several kinds, artificially affected, according to the nature of the subject, with emphatical expressions in things of great concernment, with catachrestical in matters of meaner moment; attended on each side respectively with an epiplectic and exegetic modification, with hyperbolical, either epitatically or hypocoristically, as the purpose required to be elated or extenuated, they qualifying metaphors, and accompanied with apostrophes; and, lastly, with allegories of all sorts, whether apologal, affabulatory, parabolary, aenigmatic, or paroemial"?
Figuraos un mundo de piedra, inmenso como el espiritu de nuestra religion, sombrio como sus tradiciones, enigmatico como sus parabolas, y todavia no tendreis una idea remota de ese eterno monumento del entusiasmo y la fe de nuestros mayores, sobre el que los siglos ban derramado a porfia el tesoro de sus creencias, de su inspiration y de sus artes.
Figures et paraboles.
Mr. Hodgson bends the arms of his propellers backward, not into the form of a triangle, but into the form of a parabola, to the end that the impact of the screw on the particles of the water may cause them to converge to a focus, as the rays of light would do in a parabolic reflector.
He was an earnest, plain-spun sort of individual, but he got through his parabolical exposition very satisfactorily.
And now, as scorning to upbraid, With curving, parabolick smile, Contemptuous, eying him the while, His Rival thus: 'Twere vain, my Lord, To wound a gnat by spear or sword; If therefore I, of greater might, Would meet this thing in equal fight, 'Twere fit that I in size should be As mean, diminutive, as he; Of course, disdaining to reply, I pass the wretch unheeded by.
Notwithstanding a very bad road, a pleasant ride carried us from Paracale to the sea-shore, and, through a beautiful wood, to Mambulao, which lies W. by N. I alighted at the tribunal, and took up my lodgings in the room where the ammunition was kept, as being the only one that could be locked.
Such cures may be done, and as Paracels.
Paracelse, le medecin maudit.
He also vainly boasted that he could cure any fever in four days' time, by sweating the patient with one draught of his famous nostrum, the Praecipitatus Diaphoreticus Paracelsi; and further adds, "that no man can deserve the name of a physician, who cannot cure any fever in four days' time."
The satire here is not so fortunately displayed, as in other instances, owing probably to the difficulty of saying any thing new on so hackneyed a subject; for it has ever happened, that,-- "The Galenist and Paracelsian, Condemn the way each other deals in."
Now for physicians, there are in every village so many mountebanks, empirics, quacksalvers, Paracelsians, as they call themselves, Caucifici et sanicidae so Clenard terms them, wizards, alchemists, poor vicars, cast apothecaries, physicians' men, barbers, and good wives, professing great skill, that I make great doubt how they shall be maintained, or who shall be their patients.
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It is true that the first principles of Behmen are to be found in the writings of the Neo-Platonists after Plotinus, and (but mixed with gross impieties) in Paracelsus;--but it is not true that they are easily known, and still less so that they are communicable in common familiar terms.
This embassy consisted of the Micos or chiefs of the Ocmulgees, the Chehaws, the Ouchasees, and the Parachacholas, with thirty of their warriors, and fifty-two attendants.
This was that fruitful region formerly called Paracheloitis, which, according to classic allegory, was drained or torn from the river Achelous, by the perseverance of Hercules and presented by him for a nuptial present to the daughter of Oeneus.
13; Greek: parachraema, seventeen times in the Gospel and Acts, twice in the rest of the New Testament, i. 64; Greek: en meso, thirteen times in the Gospel and Acts, five times in the other Synoptics, ii.
But I could not learn to see life paragraphically.
But on hearing the name Fauchery the countess raised her head and with a certain reserve complimented the paragraphist on his articles in the Figaro.
Such were the speeches of Pontiac and the eloquent Sagoyawata, or Red Jacket, the readiest reasoner of them all, which were diluted rather than improved by admiring paragraphists.
Mr. Augustine Birrell has wittily remarked that his "style is ineffectual for the purpose of telling the truth about anything"; and James Thomson epitomised his political bias in a biting paragraph:--"Macaulay, historiographer in chief to the Whigs, and the great prophet of Whiggery which never had or will have a prophet, vehemently judged that a man who could pass over from the celestial Whigs to the infernal Tories must be a traitor false as Judas, an apostate black as the Devil."