She married at an early age, by the desire of her father, who was anxious to protect her from the assiduities of the King, Nicolas d'Armeval, Seigneur de Liancourt, who was, alike in birth, in person, and in fortune, unworthy of her hand.
Sobald naemlich die Thiere keinen Zucker mehr vorfinden, so fressen sie sich gegenseitig selbst auf, was durch eine eigene Manipulation geschieht; alles wird verdant bis auf die Eier, welche unveraendert durch den Darmkanal hineingehen; man hat zuletzt wieder gaehrungsfaehige Hefe, naemlich den Saamen der Thiere, der uebrig bleibt."
On September 8, 1885, Dr. D'Arsonval, professor at the College of France, wrote as follows: "The Montaud accumulator is of the Plante type, and is extremely well conceived from a mechanical point of view.
--Alexander kills her.--Cleopatra a type of the family.--Her two daughters.--Unnatural war.--Tryphena's hatred of her sister.--Taking of Antioch.--Cleopatra flees to a temple.--Jealousy of Tryphena.--Her resentment increases.--Cruel and sacrilegious murder.--The moral condition of mankind not degenerating.
Rue d'Aval: No.
He's the lover of his blidding country, going ag-ain to fighd for her--and uz--whiles he can!--to-day!--al-lone!--now!"
Ceremonials Origin of Modern Ceremonial.--Uncertainty of French Ceremonial up to the End of the Sixteenth Century.--Consecration of the Kings of France.--Coronation of the Emperors of Germany.--Consecration of the Doges of Venice.--Marriage of the Doge with the Sea.--State Entries of Sovereigns.--An Account of the Entry of Isabel of Bavaria into Paris.--Seats of Justice.--Visits of Ceremony between Persons of Rank.--Mourning.--Social Courtesies.--Popular Demonstrations and National Commemorations--New Year's Day.--Local Festivals.--Vins d'Honneur.--Processions of Trades.
Religion,--Statistics of Denominations,--Morality,--Reverence for the Lord's Day,--Marriage,--Conjugal faithfulness,--Concubinage decreasing,--Temperance,--Profane Language rare,--Statistics of the Bible Society,--Missionary Associations,--Temperance Societies,--Friendly Societies,--Daily Meal Society,--Distressed Females' Friend Society,--Education,--Annual Examination of the Parochial School,--Infant Schools in the Country,--Examination at Parham,--at Willoughby Bay,--Mr.
He gives it in doses of 10 centigrammes three times a day.--Medical Record.
Now this cloud rose into the sky from just behind the ruins, and looking a good deal like upheaved towers and spires, made Willie think within himself what a grand place the priory must have been, when its roofs and turrets rose up into the sky.
His figure, features, bearing, and accent were the very type of refinement; and as the spare figure, so short yet so full of dignity, marked out by the decanal dress and the red ribbon of the Order of the Bath, threaded its way through the crowded saloons of London society, one felt that the Church, as a civilizing institution, could not be more appropriately represented.
The patricians gave up their consuls, and the plebeians their tribunes, on condition that each order was to be admitted to an equal share in the new decemviral college.
DIO'S ROMAN HISTORY 77 Festivities on account of Severus's decennial, the marriage of Antoninus and victories (chapter 1).
* * * * * From an account of a film-drama:-- "Horrified at his pseudanimity she agrees to the deception,"--Provincial Paper.
You want seven decimal places?
Some euphonic changes occur in making these additions, which then take the regular declensional endings.
I see the modern Pilate so relentless, This does not sate him, but without decretal He to the temple bears his sordid sails!
Alleging, that their decrial of the church of Rome, was a uniting with the Turks.
We'n had a deeal o' bother wi 'em abeawt bein' paid for weet days, when they couldn't wortch.
Should I have been deferential to her by reason of her age and maternity, then from the vantage which this gave her, she should have been lenient to me on account of my chit-ship and inexperience.
In fact, all this fun seems, for the moment at least, to have cured the original Mrs. Qualmsick of her whimsies, and her remarks on Pompey the Little are so good-natured that we may well forgive her for the pleasure with which she recognised Lady Townshend in Lady Tempest and the Countess of Orford in the pedantic and deistical Lady Sophister, who rates the physicians for their theology, and will not be bled by any man who accepts the doctrine of the immortality of the soul.
The Mohammedan writers say he has but one eye and one eyebrow, and on his forehead is written CAFER ("infidel") Chilled with terror, we concluded that the Deggial, with his exterminating angels, had sent forth their plagues on the earth.--W. Beckford, Vathek (1784).
I hope you do not doubt that Doctrine, Sir, which holds that the Four Elements are peopled with Persons of a Form and Species more divine than vulgar Mortals--those of the fiery Regions we call the Salamanders, they beget Kings and Heroes, with Spirits like their Deietical Sires; the lovely Inhabitants of the Water, we call Nymphs; those of the Earth are Gnomes or Fairies; those of the Air are Sylphs.
In Persia, all affairs are transacted by a sort of brokers, whom they call "delal" i.e. "great talkers."
Bring along your wife, DELIAL.
All men throughout the kingdom were bound, under the penalty of confiscation, to swear obedience to the twenty- five barons; and the freeholders of each county were to choose twelve knights, who were to make report of such evil customs as required redress, conformably to the tenour of the great charter m. The names of those conservators were, the Earls of Clare, Albemarle, Gloucester, Winchester, Hereford, Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, Robert de Vere, Earl of Oxford, William Mareschal the younger, Robert Fitz-Walter, Gilbert de Clare, Eustace de Vescey, Gilbert Delaval, William de Mowbray, Geoffrey de Say, Roger de Mombezon, William de Huntingfield, Robert de Ros, the constable of Chester, William de Aubenie, Richard de Perci, William Malet, John Fitz-Robert, William de Lanvalay, Hugh de Bigod, and Roger de Montfichet n. These men were, by this convention, really invested with the sovereignty of the kingdom: they were rendered co-ordinate with the king, or rather superior to him, in the exercise of the executive power: and as there was no circumstance of government which, either directly or indirectly, might not bear a relation to the security or observance of the great charter, there could scarcely occur any incident in which they might not lawfully interpose their authority.
A droll Turk, who is the shekh ed-dellal, or Chief of the Auctioneers, and is nicknamed Abou-Anteeka (the Father of the Antiques), has a large collection of sabres, daggers, pieces of mail, shields, pipes, rings, seals, and other ancient articles.
Towards the end of the sixteenth century the highest French tribunal was represented by nine superior courts--namely, the Parliament of Bordeaux, created on the 9th of June, 1642; the Parliament of Brittany, which replaced the ancient Grands-Jours, in March, 1553, and sat alternately at Nantes and at Rennes; the Parliament of the Dauphine, established at Grenoble in 1451 to replace the Delphinal Council; the Parliament of Burgundy, established at Dijon in 1477, which took the place of the Grands-Jours at Beaune; the movable Parliament of Dombes, created in 1528, and consisting at the same time of a court of excise and a chamber of accounts; the Parliament of Normandy, established by Louis XII.
In the midst of the accused's denial and surprise at what was said, Antoninus rushed up, took away his sword, and struck him with his fist.
In the chapel and immediately before the pulpit, there is a square hole, usually covered, which in denominational phraseology goes by the name of the "baptistery."
20th Jan. That he might both increase and turn to advantage his popularity, Leicester summoned a new Parliament in London, where he knew his power was uncontrollable; and he fixed this assembly on a more democratical basis than any which had ever been summoned since the foundation of the monarchy.
ASSYRIAN TALISMANS AND EXORCISMS TRANSLATED BY H.F. TALBOT, F.R.S. DEMONIACAL POSSESSION AND EXORCISM Diseases were attributed to the influence of Evil Spirits.
But it is not like the withering curse of a tyrant's power; not like the degrading and brutalizing power of the slave-driver's lash, chains, and thumb-screws; not like the beastly, demonical power of rum, nor like the brazen, shameless power of lust; but a power that elevates and refines the intellect; directs the affections; controls unholy passions; a power so God-like in its character, that it enables its possessor to feel for the oppressed of every clime, and prepares him to defend the weak and down-trodden.
The Romans, who were remarkably fertile in these sorts of demonological inventions, suggested numerous ways of divination.
Changes of Administration.--The Coalition Ministry.--The Establishment of the Prince of Wales.--Fox's India Bill.--The King Defeats it by the Agency of Lord Temple.--The Ministry is Dismissed, and Succeeded by Mr. Pitt's Administration.--Opposition to the New Ministry in the House of Commons.--Merits of the Contest between the Old and the New Ministry.--Power of Pitt.--Pitt's India Bill.--Bill for the Government of Canada.--The Marriage of the Prince of Wales to Mrs. Fitzherbert.--The King becomes Deranged.--Proposal of a Regency.--Opinions of Various Writers on the Course adopted.--Spread of Revolutionary Societies and Opinions.--Bills for the Repression of Sedition and Treason.--The Alien Act.--The Traitorous Correspondence Act.--Treason and Sedition Bills.--Failure of some Prosecutions under them.
The Eurit dental card filing system.
I told 'er, likewise, as you had told me on the quiet,--or as you might say,--con-fi-dential, that you bought that furnitur' to set up 'ouse-keeping on account o' you being on the p'int o' marrying a fine young lady up to Lonnon,--" "What!"
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Upon the whole history of the evolution of each tooth, in the growth of the dental follicle and its walls, the fruition of the dentinal germ, the making of the enamel organ, the dental pulp, the cementum and the peridental membrane, the endocrines leave their mark.
No sooner had the first excitement of meeting and settling down subsided a little than the question of Thurston's deposal cropped up again, and caused an unusual amount of interest to be felt by all Ronleigh in the forthcoming elections.
We still have to account for the occupation and locality of Dalivar; Marsden supposed it to be Lahore; Khanikoff considers it to be Dirawal, the ancient desert capital of the Bhattis, properly (according to Tod) Deorawal, but by a transposition common in India, as it is in Italy, sometimes called Dilawar, in the modern State of Bhawalpur.
So far we have described our Minister's purely departmental duties.
The kingdom of ornithology is divided into two departments,--real birds and English sparrows.
Illustration The frog and the toad suffer, in this world of injustice, from a deprival of the respect and esteem that is certainly their due.
desigual, unequal, uneven, abrupt.
All the alleged representatives of Labour who have from time to time visited England pretending to represent the Russian workmen are so many deputational frauds.
It is not without pain that you are forced at last to the commonplace belief that these remarkable mountings of the Public Buildings are neither masts nor booms, but simply derricks,--mechanical contrivances for the lifting of very heavy weights.
Crossing the Cher, we arrived at Derval, and from thence at Nozai, passing several large lakes, and then over the river Don.