'Konkni uloi, Konkni boroi, Konknintlean sorkar choloi' (Speak Konkani, Write Konkani, Administer The State In Konkani), the slogan coined by one of the trustees, Gurunath Kelekar, gained currency and set the mood among Konkani lovers.
sospechar, to suspect.
Di se si maraviglia ch'abbia in testa Una fontana d'acqua si vivace, E come sospirar possa mai tanto; E spesso dice a se cosi nel pianto: Queste non son piu lacrime, che fuore Stillo da gli occhi con si larga vena.
"Traveller, sir, for the firm of Messrs. Stevenson, Robertson & Soutar, distillers, of Kilmarnock."
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The morning following my arrival, I was startled by the apparition at my bedside of a swarthy, wild-looking Afghan sowar--a messenger from the Wazir, to say that his Highness the Khan wished to make my acquaintance, and would receive me, if convenient, at three o'clock that afternoon.
These men Damocles admired and loved, though even they were apt to be very naughty in the bazaar, to gamble and to toy with opium, bhang, and (alleged) brandy, to dally with houris and hearts'-delights, to use unkind measures towards the good bunnia and sowkar who had lent them monies, and to do things outside the Lines that were not known in the Officers' Mess.
"No, there couldn't have been any civil-guards," decided the cochero, secretly envying those fortunate times, "because if there had been, that negro who is cutting up such capers beside those two Spaniards"--Gaspar and Bathazar--"would have gone to jail."
When a late comer joined them it was considered au fait to welcome him by assuming a fistic attitude, after the style of the pugilists pictured in the barber-shop magazines, and spar a good-natured and make-believe round with him, with much agile dancing about in a circle, head held stiffly, body crouching, while working a rapid and facetious right.
In shooting with the bow and arrow, he could not, by any means, rival their skill and accuracy of aim; but in casting the spear, and wielding the tomahawk, he showed himself their equal; and when he was made to wrestle with his swarthy and half-naked competitors, the superior height and muscular powers of the British lad enabled him to gain the victory in almost every instance.
It was just ding-dong open fighting, wonderfully spectacular in character.
Now the whole point and scope of Paradise Lost is Paradise Found--the redemption--the substitution of a spiritual Eden within man for a physical Eden without man, a point emphasised in the invocation, and elaborately worked out in the closing vision from the Specular Mount.
We arrived at Spedegar, and keeping within sight of land, we came to a place named the Two Palms, which is between Cape Verd and the river Senegal.
Pur non torno, ne ritentando ardio Spiar di novo le cagioni ascose; E poi che, giunto al sommo Duce, unio Gli spirti alquanto, e l'animo compose, Incomincio: Signor, nunzio son io Di non credute e non credibil cose.
Diceva Orlando al Re: Le mie promesse Tutte ho servate, quante mai ne fei; Ma se quel che or mi chiedi io promettesse E s'io il giurassi, io non l'attenderei; Cosi poria spiccar mie membra istesse E levarmi di fronte gli occhi miei, E viver senza spirto e senza core, Come lasciar d' Angelica l'amore.
The exposed bone is generally rough, in some cases even spicular, and the inner layer of the removed membrane is rough and gritty to the touch--characters imparted to it by numerous minute fragments of bone that have been torn away with it from the more compact osseous tissue beneath.
Footnote 14: "Come orsa, che l'alpestre cacciatore Ne la pietrosa tana assalita abbia, Sta sopra i figli con incerto core, E freme in suono di pieta e di rabbia: Ira la 'nvita e natural furore A spiegar l'ugne, e a insanguinar le labbia; Amor la 'ntenerisce, e la ritira A riguardare a i figli in mezo l'ira."
The editor is Dr. J.A. Spilhammar, a very learned gentleman, who, on account of his position, is naturally conservative and discreet in all his utterances.
Pel bosco erro tutta la notte il Conte; E allo spuntar della diurna fiamma Lo torno il suo destin sopra la fonte, Dove Medoro insculse l'epigramma.
If ther boys tied them mules squar, they hain't made nothin' out 'er us, that's sartain.
It is 234 miles by road from Attok to Srinagar; more than twice seven marches.
ssar, June 24, on the steamer 'Galatea,' from New York to Providence.
And a perception of infinite loss, as if the limitless heavens above this earth and below to the very uttermost star were just one boundless cavity from which delight had fled.... "Of course I had lost her.
But the day -star attract -ed his eye's sad devo -t~ion, For it rose o'er his own native isle of the o -c~ean, Where once, in the fire of his youth -ful emo t~ion, He sang the bold an -them of E -rin go bragh.
"One of the best friends of the Queen and the Prince Consort was Baron Stockmar.
The reader must not imagine that I state this as an indication of the tone of religious feeling in the New England States,--far from it; but it appears to me a fact worth noticing, that a Convention of such a nature and magnitude, and considered of sufficient importance to employ the special reporter of a leading journal of New York, should by any possibility assemble for days and days together, and give vent to such blasphemous sentiments among a people so liberally educated and so amply supplied with means of religious instruction.
Metternich a man of the world, "courtisan des femmes," but too false to be a good statesman-"car en politique il ne faut pas etre trop menteur."
Was poor Rufus still lying in a darkened room, and was Stephen nursing him,--disappointed Stephen,--dear, noble old Stephen?
STEPHEN Accession of Stephen.--War with Scotland.--Insurrection in favour of Matilda.--Stephen taken Prisoner.--Matilda crowned.--Stephen released.--Restored to the Crown.--Continuation of the Civil Wars.-- Compromise between the King and Prince Henry.--Death of the King CHAPTER VIII.
Beyond the vast sphere of comparatively empty space immediately surrounding our sun lies the stellar universe into which our great telescopes are steadily penetrating.
CHAPTER XVIII SYLVIA SKATES MERRILY ON THIN ICE The design for the yellow chiffon dropped almost literally at Sylvia's feet the next day, on the frontispiece of a theatrical magazine left by another passenger in the streetcar in which she chanced to be riding.
Give him to me; I will put him on my hoss, vich is strongar dan yourn.
Ah, my little Barney, you have gone to follow a new stream,--clear as crystal,--flowing through fields of wonderful flowers that never fade.
Footnote 14: "Subartu" is derived from the Accadian "subar" ("high"), applied by the Accadians to the highlands of Aram or Syria.
Swift, like Addison, was a great master of style,--clear, forcible, and natural; and in vigor he surpassed any writer of his age.
"One of the people who keep India safe for you bagmen," replied the Colonel, who was a trifle indignant on behalf of the insulted Subedar Major Mir Daoud Khan Mir Hafiz Ullah Khan of the 99th Baluch Light Infantry.
I saw a picture not long since, in Edinburgh, copied from an engraving in Boydell's Shakspeare; subject,--"Lear (and suite) in the storm," but coloured according to the imagination and taste of the artist; its name ought assuredly to have been Redcap and the blue-devils, for the venerable and lamented monarch had fine streaming locks of the real carrot hue, whilst his very hideous companions showed blue faces, and blue armour; and with their strangely contorted bodies seemed meet representatives of some of the infernal court.--In a highly adorned prayer book, published in the reign of William III.,
Take a pound of London flour dry'd well before the fire, nine eggs, a pound of loaf sugar beaten and sifted, put one half to your eggs and the other to your butter; take a pound of butter and melt it without water put it into a stone bowl, when it is almost cold put in your sugar and a spoonful or two of rose water, beat it very quick, for half an hour, till it be as white as cream; beat the eggs and sugar as long and very quick, whilst they be white; when they are well beat mix them all together; then take half a pound of currans cleaned well, and a little shred of mace, so you may fill one part of your tins before you put in your currans; you may put a quarter of a pound of almonds shred (if you please) into them that is without currans; you may ice them if you please, but do not let the iceing be thicker than you may lie on with a little brush.
He proposes having two more European Non-Commissioned officers, a Subadar Major, and another Subadar, and several minor things.
Here you have my reasons for not attending in this matter to the requests of a busy subsolar such as you are.
He to that heav'n, at which the shadow ends Of your sublunar world, was taken up, First, in Christ's triumph, of all souls redeem'd: For well behoov'd, that, in some part of heav'n, She should remain a trophy, to declare The mighty contest won with either palm; For that she favour'd first the high exploit Of Joshua on the holy land, whereof The Pope recks little now.
The atomic bomb (itself the result of a rude dimensional interchange between submolecular particles) gave us the ability to author the globe's very destiny.
of sujetar, fastened, fixed, held, set.
Among others who were useful to me in my pursuit, was Mr. Henry Sulgar, an amiable minister of the gospel, belonging to the religious society of the Moravians in the same city.
Wha's the good of a square sungar if you stands up in it?