Interviewer: Samuel S. Taylor Person interviewed: Omelia Thomas 519 W. Ninth Street, Little Rock, Arkansas Age: About 70 Occupation: Making cotton and corn "I was born in Louisiana--in Vidalia.
He entered the service of sir Hugo de Lacy, disguised, under the assumed name of Renault Vidal.--Sir W. Scott, The Betrothed (time, Henry II.).
Nicolas d'Angennes, Marquis de Rambouillet, and Vidame du Mans, was captain of the bodyguard to Charles IX, and subsequently, under Henri III, Knight of all the royal Orders, and ambassador to Germany and Rome.
Vidar and Vali shall survive.
Vidarba, name of a country.
He judged that it could not be taken by assault (neque ab oppugnatione recedi vidaret ulla conditione posse), and, as it was abundantly provided with provisions, conceived the project of depriving the inhabitants of water.
Todos arrojamos a nuestro alrededor una inquieta mirada de desconfianza; nos pusimos de pie y desnudamos nuestros aceros, determinados a vender caras las vidas; pero no pudimos por menos de permanecer inmoviles al ver adelantarse con paso firme e igual un hombre de elevada estatura, completamente armado de la cabeza al pie y cubierto el rostro con la visera del casco, el cual, desnudando su montante, que dos hombres podrian apenas manejar, y poniendole sobre uno de los carcomidos fragmentos de las rotas arcadas, exclamo con una voz hueca y profunda, semejante al rumor de una caida de aguas subterraneas: Footnote 1: poniendole.
by Valentin Vidaurreta.
To any young man who should be inclined to apply we commend the advice of Mr. Weller, senior, "Sammy, beware of the vidders."
Peter began a hurried denial, but she rushed on: "'Fo' Gawd, I hopes his viddles chokes him!
However, Castilian hospitality is not to be taken in default, and at 4 P.M. we landed with great ceremony, and after being conducted to the palace, and exchanging a few glances with the acting Governor, who cannot speak a word of any language known to me, I was shown a magnificent suite of apartments destined for me and my following, and then conveyed for a drive in one of the carriages-and-four (vide Sir J. Bowring's book), escorted by a guard of lancers.
"Excessi e vitae aerumnis facilisque lubensque Ne perjora ipsa morte dehinc videam."
Tam Stulte pueros diligimus ut odisse potius videamur, illos non ad virtutem sed ad injuriam, non ad eruditionem sed ad luxum, non ad virtutem sed voluptatem educantes.
--Accipe si vis, Accipe jam tabulas; detur nobis locus, hora, Custodes: videamus uter plus scribere possit.
During that long time we fought the Dutch, we fought the Danes, we fought the Spanish, we fought the Turks, we fought the Americans, we fought the Monte-Videans, until it seemed that in this universal struggle no race was too near of kin, or too far away, to be drawn into the quarrel.
But especially to do strange miracles by glasses, of which Proclus and Bacon writ of old, burning glasses, multiplying glasses, perspectives, ut unus homo appareat exercitus, to see afar off, to represent solid bodies by cylinders and concaves, to walk in the air, ut veraciter videant, (saith Bacon) aurum et argentum et quicquid aliud volunt, et quum veniant ad locum visionis, nihil inveniant, which glasses are much perfected of late by Baptista Porta and Galileo, and much more is promised by Maginus and Midorgius, to be performed in this kind.
In huius deserti interioribus, vidi homines in toto syluestres, qui etsi in superioribus formam praetendere videantur humanam, descendunt in subterioribus ad formam bestiae alicuius.
Quoniam pauper sum, idcirco contemptior et abjectior tibi videar?
Epistolae tuae, Plinianis elegantiis (supra quod TREMULO deceat) refertae, tam a verbis Plinianis adeo abhorrent, ut ne vocem quamquam (Romanam scilicet) habere videaris, quam "ad canem," ut aiunt, "rejectare possis."
Videas tamen utrum loquar aenigmate aut secundum veritatem." (
this is hard to be effected: si non caste, tamen caute they carry the matter so cunningly, that though it be as common as simony, as clear and as manifest as the nose in a man's face, yet it cannot be evidently proved, or they likely taken in the fact: they will have a knave Gallus to watch, or with that Roman Sulpitia, all made fast and sure, "Ne se Cadurcis destitutam fasciis, Nudam Caleno concumbentem videat."
This humour, saith he, prepares them to endure death itself, and all manner of torments with invincible courage, and 'tis a wonder to see with what alacrity they will undergo such tortures," ut supra naturam res videatur: he ascribes this generosity, fury, or rather stupidity, to this adustion of choler and melancholy: but I take these rather to be mad or desperate, than properly melancholy; for commonly this humour so adust and hot, degenerates into madness.
Felix kept this figure in his blouse pocket, carefully wrapped up in a bit of wool, and he spent all his spare moments striving to give it some fresh beauty; for I will tell you a secret: poor little Felix had a great passion for carving, and the one thing for which he longed above all others was to be allowed to apprentice himself in the workshop of Pere Videau, who was the master carver of the village, and whose beautiful work on the portals of the great church was the admiration of Felix's heart.
I saw Abel come--Ego videbam Abelem venire.
Cineris specie decolorari videbantur caeterae divini comparatione fulgoris" (Vopiscus, in Vita Aureliani, cap.
Quanquam natura, et arte eram formosissima, isto tamen astu tanto speciosior videbar, quod enim oculis cupitum aegre praebetur, multo magis affectus humanos incendit.
Under the Emperors, the courtiers were divided into two classes: with respect to the superior class, it was said of the sovereign--that he saw them, (videbat;) with respect to the other--that he was seen, ("videbatur.")
Si responsum esset dominam occupatam esse aliisque vacaret, ille statim vix hoc audito velut in amor obriguit, alii se damnare, &c. at cui favebam, in campis Elysiis esse videbatur, &c. 5324.
Venientem videbis ipsum denuo inflammatum et prorsus insanientem.
Otocousticons some speak of, to intend hearing, as the other do sight; Marcellus Vrencken, a Hollander, in his epistle to Burgravius, makes mention of a friend of his that is about an instrument, quo videbit quae in altero horizonte sint.
But when the other virgins place had given For her to speak, uprisen to her feet With colour as of fire, she made response: "'Modicum, et non videbitis me; Et iterum,' my sisters predilect, 'Modicum, et vos videbitis me.'"
Terebinthinam Cypriam habeant familiarem, ad quantitatem deglutiant nucis parvae, tribus horis ante prandium vel coenam, ter singulis septimanis prout expedire videbitur; nam praeterquam quod alvum mollem efficit, obstructiones aperit, ventriculum purgat, urinam provocat hepar mundificat.
Hac spe, quod unum maximum fugio malum, Superos videbo.
It mus' be unde'stood, Samuel,' says she, 'dat w'en I 'sumes cha'ge er yo' house, dere ain' gwine ter be no 'vided 'sponsibility; an' as fer dis Julia, me an' her couldn' git 'long tergether nohow.
In reward for these brilliant services, the king made him admiral of the Indies, and likewise gave him the title of Lord of Videgueyra, which was his own.
While wandering about like the others, I cams one day into the country of Videha.
Nunquam enim iungitur mulieri nisi soli coniugi propriae, sed nec illi nisi quatuor quindenis anni videlicet in capite hyemis, veris, aestatis, et autumni causa sobolis generandae.
And thus she moans, videlicet:- THISBY.
"Forsooth," quoth the figure, his voice booming in his great war-helm, "forsooth and verily there be three things no man should leave in haste: videlicit and to wit: his prayers, his dinner and his lady.
the corruption of Videlicot--Authors of Old Plays--Birthplace of Coverdale--Caraccioli QUERIES:-- Love, the King's Fool Mare de Saham, &c. The Advent Bells The Poets Mr. Poore's Literary Collections, &c., by S. Britton The Middle Temple, by E. Foss Minor Queries:--Henry Lord Darnley--Coffee the Lacedaemonian Black Broth--Letters of Mrs. Chiffinch--Sangred--Dowts of Scripture--Catsup--Nation's Ballads--To endeavour Oneself--Date of Anonymous Ravennas--Battle of Towton--A Peal of Bells--Lines quotes by Goethe--MS.
One beauty ariseth from God, of which and divine love S. Dionysius, with many fathers and neoterics, have written just volumes, De amore Dei, as they term it, many paraenetical discourses; another from his creatures; there is a beauty of the body, a beauty of the soul, a beauty from virtue, formam martyrum, Austin calls it, quam videmus oculis animi, which we see with the eyes of our mind; which beauty, as Tully saith, if we could discern with these corporeal eyes, admirabili sui amores excitaret, would cause admirable affections, and ravish our souls.
Videna, the queen, slays Porrex in revenge; the people rebel and slay Videna and Gorboduc; then the nobles kill the rebels, and in turn fall to fighting each other.
Salvianus, Capivaccius, Mercatus, Hercules de Saxonia, Piso, Bruel, Fuchsius, all, &c. "Et saepe usque adeo mortis formidine vitae Percipit infelix odium lucisque videndae, Ut sibi consciscat maerenti pectore lethum."
When Peter Aretine's Lucretia came first to Rome, and that the fame of her beauty, ad urbanarum deliciarum sectatores venerat, nemo non ad videndam eam, &c. was spread abroad, they came in (as they say) thick and threefold to see her, and hovered about her gates, as they did of old to Lais of Corinth, and Phryne of Thebes, Ad cujus jacuit Graecia tota fores, "at whose gates lay all Greece." "
The gerund in Latin most commonly governs the case of its own verb, as does the active participle, both in Latin and English: as, "Efferor studio patres vestros videndi.
The more he sees her, the worse he is,--uritque videndo, as in a burning-glass, the sunbeams are re-collected to a centre, the rays of love are projected from her eyes.