Sometimes, also, when the sun was totally obscured and the necessary windings in their course would hive rendered them uncertain whether they were following the right direction, these useful tomahawks enabled them to consult the Indian compass.
Ajax obeyed my summons, and, sauntering across the sun- baked yard, lifted his hat to the visitor.
Why, then I do but dream on sovereignty; Like one that stands upon a promontory And spies a far-off shore where he would tread, Wishing his foot were equal with his eye; And chides the sea that sunders him from thence, Saying he'll lade it dry to have his way- So do I wish the crown, being so far off; And so I chide the means that keeps me from it; And so I say I'll cut the causes off, Flattering me with impossibilities.
As far as I could figure, the Cossacks were at the gate; there were probably more disks in this single building than were seized during the entirety of Operation Sundevil.
# Anyone with an interest in Operation Sundevil-- or in American computer-crime generally-- could scarcely miss the presence of Gail Thackeray, Assistant Attorney General of the State of Arizona.
Again, I know of no test by which the reaction of the leaves of the Sundew and of other plants to stimuli, so fully and carefully studied by Mr. Darwin, can be distinguished from those acts of contraction following upon stimuli, which are called "reflex" in animals.
Schizaea pusilla The curly grass is so minute that it is difficult to distinguish it when growing amid its companion plants, the grasses, mosses, sundews, club mosses, etc.
A. M. Sundheim, editor.
The quaint little Saxon church there is one of the few bearing evidences of its own date, ascertained by the discovery in 1771 of a Saxon sundial, which had survived under a layer of plaster, and was also protected by the porch.
'Tis the land of the East- 't is the clime of the Sun-- Can he smile on such deeds as his chil -dren have done?
What an antique air had the now almost effaced sundials, with their moral inscriptions, seeming coevals with that Time which they measured, and to take their revelations of its flight immediately from heaven, holding correspondence with the fountain of light!
Yet peradventure though my day is done,-- Though nearly past the setting mid thick cloud And frozen exhalations sinks my sun,-- If love to only mid-day be allowed, And I an old man in my evening burn, You, lady, still my night to noon may turn.
For Roller had made tributary the provinces Sundmor and Nordmor, after slaying Arthor their king.
Luke, characteristically, Greek: to sitometrion), the order of Greek: en kairo, tous sundolous autou (Greek: tous paidas kai tas paidiskas, Luke), Greek: meta ... methuonton, and Greek: hupokriton for Greek: apiston.
He stunts and enfeebles equally the growth of the imagination and the affections, by not taking the seed of poetry and sowing it in the ground of truth, and letting it expand in the dew and rain, and shoot up to heaven, "And spread its sweet leaves to the air, Or dedicate its beauty to the sun,"-- instead of which he anticipates and defeats his own object, by plucking flowers and blossoms from the stem, and setting them in the ground of idleness and folly--or in the cap of his own vanity, where they soon wither and disappear, "dying or ere they sicken!"
One day that lord Sundon laughed at something which Doddington had said, Winnington, another member of the board, said to him, in a whisper, "You are very ungrateful: you see lord Sundon takes your joke." "
Greek: Theou gar boulae anadeiknutai makarios ho anthropos ekeinos hon katastaesei ho kurios autou epi taes therapeias ton sundoulon hautou, tou didonai autois tas trophas en kairo auton, mae ennooumenon kai legonta en tae kardia autou; chronizei ho kurios mou elthein; kai arxaetai tuptein tous sundoulous autou, esthion kai pinon meta te pornon kai methuonton; kai haexei ho kurios tou doulou ekeinou en hora hae ou prosdoka kai en haemera hae ou ginoskei, kai dichotomaesei auton, kai to apistoun autou meros meta ton hupokriton thaesei.
IN A MODERN CITY Dreary fog and drizzling sleet, And a lamp-lit track of slime; Phantoms dim in the misty street, Vanishing, streaked with grime; Overhead in a spurious night, Formed by the vapors dun, Wraith-like globes of haloed light, Mocking the hidden sun;-- Children, shod in sodden shoes, (That is a sight that hurts;) Women, furrowing filthy ooze In thin, bedraggled skirts; Horses, lashed with cruel zest, Ploughing the fumid fog; Hark! ...
makarios ho doulos ekeinos hon elthon ho kurios autou heuraesei houto poiounta ... Ean de eipae ho kakos doulos ekeinos en tae kardia autou; chronizei mou ho kurios, kai arxaetai tuptein tous sundoulous autou esthiae de kai pinae meta ton methuonton, haexei ho kurios tou doulou ekeinou en haemera hae ou prosdoka kai en hora hae ou ginoskei, kai dichotomaesei auton kai to meros autou meta ton hupokriton thaesei.
You will be dead, too, before sundown, if the snow catches you in the mountains!"
Old Sir John's fancy of-- 'Her cheek was like a Cathrine pear, The side that's next the sun'-- suits her exactly.
Do you want me to camp out in the scrub and turn up like a blooming sundowner?'
In the old days there was an army of “sundowners” or professional loafers who walked from station to station, ostensibly to look for work, but without any idea of accepting it.
There were Sundowns and Tahkos from Port Houghton, and their neighbors the Awks from Douglass Channel; the Naass River people, and the Tongas from north of Dixon, and the Kakes who come from the island called Kupreanoff.
Captain Speke, in his subsequent journey to the Nile, passed many months at Uganda, as the guest of Suna's youthful successor, M'tese.
Eric J. Sundquist wrote: "Chesnutt's color-line stories, like his conjure tales, are at their best haunting, psychologically and philosophically astute studies of the nation's betrayal of the promise of racial equality and its descent into a brutal world of segregation.
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The great chestnut-tree, rich with drooping, feathery blossoms, shaded them from the burning sun,--a few stray beams only finding their way through the glossy leaves, and resting on the golden curls of the girl.
Farewell; the leisure and the fearful time Cuts off the ceremonious vows of love And ample interchange of sweet discourse Which so-long-sund'red friends should dwell upon.
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S; +sundri+, separate, S; +sondry+,C2.
Such store of birds therein yshrowded were, Chaunting in shade their sundrie melodie, That with their sweetnes I was ravish't nere.
He would throw himself down on the warm, sundried grass and fall into a doze almost instantly.
No; of course it was entered among the 'sundries.'"
With the shadows of the leaves and the sundrops, And the plopping of the waterdrops, All about us in the open afternoon -- I am very like to swoon With the weight of this brocade, For the sun sifts through the shade.
In the evening I introduced to Mr. Johnson two good friends of mine, Mr. William Nairne, Advocate, and Mr. Hamilton of Sundrum, my neighbour in the country, both of whom supped with us.
We discover and secure some fine specimens of the metal; sundry of the knowing ones, after mysterious interviews with rascally-looking miners, appear with curious bits of pure silver ore mingled with crystals of quartz and tinted with tiny specks of copper.
Edited by Carl O. Sundstrom.
The eagle flapped his wings again, and went over to Aln Island, which lies opposite Sundsvall.
Kai gegraptai hoti tote sunaekan oi mathaetai, hoti peri Ioannon tou Baptistou eipen autois.
* * * * * THE RUINED FAMILY BY GABRIEL SUNDUKIANZ Translated by F.B. Collins, B.S. DRAMATIS PERSONAE OSSEP GULABIANZ, a merchant.
My farver 'ad a bout every Saturday arternoon and kep' it up all day a Sund'y, 'e did--an' in the werry las' bout 'e ever 'ad 'e bashed 'is ole woman's 'ead in wiv' a bottle."
Footnote 87: Reading Greek: sunaeranto with Bekker and Reiske in place of Greek: prosaeranto.
Now sune they reach Newcastle jail, And to the prisoner thus they call: "Sleeps thou, or wakes thou, Jock o' the Side, Or art thou weary of thy thrall?"
Euron de kago pleious ae diakosias biblous toiautas en tais par' haemin ekklaesiois tetimaemenas, kai pasas sunagagan apethemaen, kai ta ton tettaron euangeliston anteisaegagon euangelia (Haeret.
These are they which come up most prominently in remembrance,--even as the whole race, in its remembrances, instinctively looks back to the Orient,--to some Homeric island of the morning, where are the palaces, the choral dances, and the risings of the sun.e And as Memory has the power to purify the past of all material grossness, Faith has the same power as regards the present Hence, the closest connection of religious faith with the most joyous festivals, with a finely moulded Venus or Apollo, with an Ephesian temple or a splendid cathedral, or the sweetest symphonies of music, does not mar, but reveals its natural beauty and strength.