INDEX Above Persons, Adoption of captives, Adultery, penalty for, Adventure, Stories of, Adventures of Bull Turns Round, Affirmation, solemn form of, Ah-kaik'-sum-iks Ah-kai-yi-ko-ka'-kin-iks, Ah-kai'-po-kaks Ah-kwo'-nis-tsists, Ahk-o'-tash-iks, Ahk-sa'-ke-wah, Ah'pai-tup-iks, Ai-sik'-stuk-iks, A=i-sin'-o-ko-ki, Ai'-so-yim-stan, Alcohol, agent of destruction, Algonquin myth, Algonquin tribes, All-are-his-children, All Comrades, All Crazy Dogs, Allen, Major, All-face man, Almost-a-Dog, Amelanchier alnifolia, American Anthropologist, American Hero Myths, Ancient customs dying out, Ancient Times, Stories of, Animals, birth of, creation of, Animal powers, Animal powers and signs, Animals to be food, Antelope, method of taking, song, where created, Anthropologist, American A'pi, Ap'-i-kai-yiks, Ap'i-kunni, Api-su'-ahts, Ap-ut'-o-si-kai-nah, Armells Creek, Arrows, Assinaboines (tribe), A'-tsi-tsi, Authority of "sits beside him" woman, A-wah-heh', Back fat (of buffalo), Creek, Bad Weapons, The, Bad Wife, The, Badger, Badger Creek, Bags, Basins, Battle near Cypress Mountains, Bear, Bears, The Beaver, how taken, Creek, Indians, Medicine, The, song, Belly River, Buttes, Belt, Berries created, Berry of the red willow, Big Eagle, Big Nose, Big Topknots, Bighorn, where created Birch tree Bird, Thomas Birds created Birth of the animals Biters Bitter-root Black Elks (Blackfoot gens) (Blood gens) Blackfat Roasters Blackfeet as known to the whites Blackfoot cosmology country, boundaries of Crossing Genesis, The in War, The Black Doors Black Patched Moccasins Blood (tribe) Blood People Boiling meat Bow River Bowls of stone Bows Box Elder Creek Boys, advice to Brave (band of the I-kun-uh'-kah-tsi), Bravery held in high esteem proofs of required Braves, duties of Braves' society Brinton, Dr. Brush created Buckets Buffalo bringing to camp corral of Cheyennes created driven over cliffs Dung (gens) eating the people hunting disguised hidden slaughter, modern value of to the people surrounding Buffalo Lip Butte Buffalo Rock, The what it is Buffalo song Bull bats Bull berries Bulls Bulls' society Bunch of lodges Burial Buttes created Camas root, how prepared Camp arranged in circle Camp, order of moving Canadian mounted police Casey, Lieutenant Catchers Cattle issued Cause of disease.
Now for the rebels which stand out in Ireland, Expedient manage must be made, my liege, Ere further leisure yicld them further means For their advantage and your Highness' loss.
'There was a young journalist Yid, Of his foes of the press he got rid In ways brief and bright, For, at dead of the night, He threw them downstairs, so he did.
Yiddish short stories.
"There's Yiddles Farm a little farther out, Charley; let's stop there for some spring water."
Going to 'Naplis, yidin' in the cars!
Johnny grinned more, supposing that she meant the little Yids.
"I yield, Maud--I yield, my dear.
No joys to him pacific sceptres yield-- War sounds the trump, he rushes to the field; Behold surrounding kings their powers combine, And one capitulate, and one resign: Peace courts his hand, but spreads her charms in vain; 'Think nothing gained,' he cries, 'till naught remain!
Which shall yield?--America may decide.
But what does most people's leisure yield?--boredom and dullness; except, of course, when it is occupied with sensual pleasure or folly.
The earth's all one, the heate refines the moulde, And favour makes the poorest ground yielde gold.
What if he had yielded to temptation, and had taken Oachi with him?
But if my girl be yielded-- If she be!
Towards the end of July the Commons had yieldedb to the obstinacy of the Lords; the preliminary conditions on which they had insisted were abandoned,c and the vote of non-addresses was repealed.
The lovers listened, owned the truth of the old man's words, bewailed their fate, and--yielded,--Laura for love of her father, Philip for love of her.
"Well," she yielded--"let's talk about the birthday celebration."
Some guard these traitors to the block of death, Treason's true bed and yielder-up of breath.
Their sense thus weak, lost with their fears thus strong, Made senseless things begin to do them wrong, For briers and thorns at their apparel snatch; Some sleeves, some hats, from yielders all things catch.
Then I his alter'd hue perceiving, thus: "How may I speed, if thou yieldest to dread, Who still art wont to comfort me in doubt?"
Starry roof and earthy floor, Sea, and all thy wideness yieldeth, Now rejoice, and leap, and roar.
Higher and stronger surged the tide of passionate eloquence, until every one felt that the icy barrier was beginning to yield,--for tears were already seen on more than one of the faces now leaning breathlessly forward from the jury-box to listen,--when all at once a dead silence fell throughout the hall: the voice whose organ-tones had been filling its remotest nook suddenly died away in a strange gurgle.
Mother, thy agony of care He justifies from ill; Thou wilt not yield?--He grants the prayer In fullness of thy will.
Yet he knew in his heart that he was yielding to her, that he could not resist her a moment longer.
What faults he made before the last, I think Might have found easy fines; but there to end Where he was to begin, and give away The benefit of our levies, answering us With our own charge, making a treaty where There was a yielding- this admits no excuse.
There are two letters from an older bishop to Dr. Scrope, the one, yieldingly tolerant, to dissuade him from resignation, the other, written after the accomplished fact, with touches of exquisitely restrained yet palpable malice, which strike me as masterly projections.
It must be admitted that the dominant qualities of nobility and generosity in his nature were alloyed by suspicion bordering on littleness, and by petulant yieldings to the irritation of the moment which are incompatible with the calm of an Olympian genius.
Mr. Hare celebrates the wonderful and beautiful gifts, the sparkling ingenuity, ready logic, eloquent utterance, and noble generosities and pieties of his pupil;--records in particular how once, on a sudden alarm of fire in some neighboring College edifice while his lecture was proceeding, all hands rushed out to help; how the undergraduates instantly formed themselves in lines from the fire to the river, and in swift continuance kept passing buckets as was needful, till the enemy was visibly fast yielding,--when Mr. Hare, going along the line, was astonished to find Sterling, at the river-end of it, standing up to his waist in water, deftly dealing with the buckets as they came and went.
he too well saw into my heart, and that all my faculties were too much his to be able to refuse him any thing:--even so it proved;--he triumphed over all in my power to yield;--nay, was so far subdued, that I neither regretted my loss, nor used any endeavours to conceal it;--vain of being his at any rate, I thought his love more glory to me than either fame or virtue; and while I was known to enjoy the one, despised whatever censures I incurred for parting with the other:--in the mall, the play-house, the ring, at Bath or Tunbridge, he was always with me; nor would any thing indeed have been a diversion to me had he been absent.
Then come his sister and his village friend, And he will now the sweetest moments spend Life has to yield,--No!
"The village life, and every care that reigns O'er youthful peasants and declining swains, What labour yields, and what, that labour past, Age, in its hour of languor, finds at last; What form the real picture of the poor, Demand a song--the Muse can give no more.
The barrier yields,--it shivers,--it falls.
To so great a master as yourself I have no need to suggest that the peculiar tone of the composition demands sprightliness, occasionally checked by tenderness, as in the second air,-- She smiles,--she yields,--she loves.
why, then thou yield'st to die.
"'It is a faith, however, which I am not yet disposed to yield,--the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong.' "'
By no chance did you ever hear from him a whisper of those mean repinings, miserable arraignings and questionings of the Eternal Power, such as weak souls even well disposed will sometimes give way to in the pressure of their despair; to the like of this he never yielded, or showed the least tendency to yield;--which surely was well on his part.
Yif I'd 'a give up my wark, I shude 'a bin in the churchyard along o' the idlers, that 'a shude."
This was the sole reason why he was incapable of taking his eyes off from her the whole of that night; and this incident settled the point, not only with the old people, but even the young ladies were forced, after every exertion on their own parts, to "yild the p'int to their sister Loony, who certainly was not the mist genteelest nor mist handsomest of that guid-lucking fimily."
The Yilderim undertaking, as the Bagdad scheme was described, did not meet with the full acceptance of the Turks.