not those of men or women, but mystic, hybrid creatures, with hands nervous and pale, and eyes charged with eager and fitful light ... "un soir equivoque d'automne," ... "les belles pendent reveuses a nos bras" ... and they whisper "les mots speciaux et tout bas."
ENTOMOLOGY spider.ento.csiro.au All about creepy-crawly things, both the good and the bad ones.
In the words of Olaf Sprachehaug, our humble-minded skydsgut, the whole country was saying, "And now I t'ink we get a king of our own."
16 Till one at last that Robin bight, (Renown'd for pinching maids by night) Has hent him up aloof; And full against the beam he flung, Where by the back the youth he hung To spraul unneath the roof.
+Spraulin+, v. to sprawl, SD; +sprawel+, S2; +sprauleden+, pt.
+Spraulin+, v. to sprawl, SD; +sprawel+, S2; +sprauleden+, pt.
In the Moeso-Gothic Gospels the word sprauto occurs several times and always in the sense of cito, subito; and though we have hitherto, I believe, no other example in Anglo-Saxon of this adverbial use of the word, we are warranted, I think, in concluding, from the analogy of a cognate language, that it did exist.
Weimar is a very neat city and where I should like much to have staid; but I had only time to view the outside of the Palace and the Stadthaus.
Footnote 99: Zeus--Dia--Zhna--di on............ Plato Kratylos, p. 396, A., with Stallbaum's note.
The highest note, so to speak, in circulation represents this last area; but all calculations are made in staltau, or twelfths thereof.
Fritz Schultze's Stammbaum der Philosophie, 1890, gives skillfully constructed tabular outlines, but, unfortunately, in a badly chosen form.
Start where you stand!"--Author's note.
* * * * * "Berlin declares that the Russians have begun an offensive which extends from the Upper Stokhod to Stanislau, a distance of over 125 metres.
Should the dip of this ancient channel be such as to make the Stanislaus Canon available as a dump, then the grand deposit might be worked by the hydraulic method, and although a long, expensive tunnel would be required, the scheme might still prove profitable, for there is "millions in it."
Adonbing or Plefdrahn Ambrose, Captain ... Ambreso Archer ... Arech Argyle, Duke of ... Agryl Arthur ... Aruth Anne ... Nuna Aston ... Anots Aylesford, Lord ... Alysfrop Baltimore, Lord ... Blatirome Barnard, Sir John ... Branard Barrington ... Birrongtan Bath, Earl of ... Baht Bathurst, Lord ... Brustath Bedford, Duke of ... Befdort Berkeley, Lord ... Berelky Bishop ... Flamen Bladen, Mr. ... Bledna Bootle, Mr. ... Butul Bowles, Mr. ... Bewlos Bristol, Lord ... Broslit Bromley, Mr. ... Bormlye Brown, Mr. ... Brewon or Buron Burleigh ... Bruleigh Burrell, Mr. ... Berrull Campbell ... Campobell Carew, Mr. ... Cawar Carlisle, Earl of ... Carsilel Carteret, Lord ... Quadrert Castres, Mons ... Cahstrehs Cavendish ... Candevish Charles ... Chorlo Chesterfield, Earl of ... Castroflet Cholmondeley, Earl of ... Sholmlug Churchill ... Chillchurch Clutterbuck, Mr. ... Cluckerbutt Cocks ... Cosck Coke, Mr. ... Quoke Cooke ... Coeko Cooper, Mr. ... Quepur Corbet, Mr. ... Croteb Cornwall, Mr. ... Carnwoll Cromwell ... Clewmro Danes ... Danians Danvers ... Dranevs Delawarr, Lord ... Devarlar Devonshire, Duke of ... Dovenshire Digby ... Dibgy Drake, Mr. ... Dekra Earle, Mr. ... Eral Edmund ... Emdond Edward ... Eddraw Elizabeth ... Ezila Erskine, Mr. ... Eserkin Eugene, Prince ... Eunege Falconberg, Lord ... Flacnobrug Falkland ... Flakland Fanshaw, Mr. ... Fashnaw Fazakerly ... Fakazerly Fenwick, Mr. ... Finweck Ferrol ... Ferlor Fox, Mr. ... Feaux Francis ... Farncis or Friscan Gage, Lord ... Gega George ... Gorgenti Gibbon, Mr. ... Gibnob Gloucester, Duke of ... Glustre Godolphin, Lord ... Golphindo Gore ... Gero Gower, Lord ... Gewor Grenville, Mr. ... Grevillen Gybbon, Mr. ... Gybnob Halifax, Lord ... Haxilaf Haddock, Admiral ... Hockadd Handasyd, Mr. ... Hasandyd Harding, Mr. ... Hadringe Hardwick, Lord ... Hickrad Harrington ... Hargrinton Hay, Mr. ... Heagh Heathcote ... Whethtoc Henry ... Hynrec Herbert ... Hertreb Hervey, Lord ... Heryef Hessian ... Hyessean Hind Cotton ... Whind Cotnot Hindford ... Honfryd Hinton ... Hwenton Hobart ... Hobrat Holdernesse, Lord ... Hodrelness Hooper ... Horeop Hosier, Admiral ... Hozeri Howe ... Hewo Islay, Lord ... Yasli Isham ... Ishma Ilchester ... Itchletser James ... Jacomo Jekyl ... Jelyco Jenkins ... Jenkino John ... Juan Joseph ... Josippo Keene, Mr. ... Knee Ledbury, Mr. ... Lebdury Lindsay ... Lisnayd Litchneld ... Liftchield Lockwood ... Lodowock Lombe ... Lebom Lonsdale, Lord ... Lodsneal Lovel ... Levol Lymerick, Lord ... Lyromick Lyttleton ... Lettyltno Marlborough, Duke of ... Maurolburgh Malton, Lord ... Matlon Manley ... Manly Mary ... Marya Montrose, Duke of ... Morontosse Mordaunt ... Madrount Morton ... Motron Newcastle, Duke of ... Nardac secretary Noel ... Neol Norris, Admiral ... Nisror Nugent ... Netgun Ogle, Admiral ... Oleg Onslow ... Olswon Orange ... Organe Ord, Mr. ... Whord Orford, Earl of ... Orfrod Orleans ... Olreans Ormond, Duke of ... Omrond Oxford, Earl of ... Odfrox Oxenden ... Odnexen Paxton ... Pantox Pelham, Mr. ... Plemahm Perry ... Peerur Peterborough ... Petraborauch Pitt, Mr. ... Ptit Plumer, Mr. ... Plurom Polwarth ... Polgarth Portland, Duke of ... Poldrand Powlett ... Powltet or Pletow Pretender ... Rednetrep Puffendorf ... Pudenfforf Pulteney ... Pulnub Quarendon ... Quenardon Rainsford ... Rainsfrod Ramelies ... Ramles Raymond ... Ramonyd Robert ... Retrob Rochester ... Roffen Saint Aubyn ... St. Aybun Salisbury ... Sumra Samuel ... Salvem Sandwich, Earl of ... Swandich Sandys, Mr. ... Snadsy Scarborough, Lord ... Sarkbrugh Scroop, Mr. ... Screop Sidney, Lord ... Sedyin Selwin, Mr. ... Slenwy Shaftsbury, Lord ... Shyftasbrug Shippen, Mr. ... Skeiphen Sloper ... Slerop Somers ... Sosrem Somerset ... Sosermet Southwell ... Suthewoll Strafford ... Stordraff Stair ... Stari Stanislaus ... Stasinlaus Sundon ... Snodun Talbot ... Toblat Thomas ... Tsahom Thomson, Mr. ... Thosmon Tracey ... Tryace Trenchard ... Trachnerd Trevor, Mr. ... Tervor Turner ... Truron Tweedale, Marquis of ... Tewelade Tyrconnel, Lord ... Trinocleng Vernon, Admiral ... Venron Vyner, Mr. ... Vynre or Venry Wade ... Weda Wager, Admiral ... Werga Wakefield ... Wafekeild Waller, Mr. ... Welral Walpole, Sir Robert ... Walelop Walpole, Mr. ... Walelop Walter, Mr. ... Gusbret Watkins, Mr. ... Waknits Wendover ... Wednevro Westmoreland ... Westromland William ... Wimgul Willimot, Mr. ... Guillitom Winchelsea, Lord ... Wichensale Winnington, Mr. ... Wintinnong Wortley, Mr. ... Wolresyt or Werotyl Wyndham ... Gumdahm Wynn ... Ooyn Yonge ... Yegon The List of fictitious Characters used by Cave to disguise the Places that occur in his Debates.
But it is because she views you as the advocate and representative of certain great principles which constitute her own vitality as a State;--because she views you as the representative of human rights and freedom in another and far distant land,--it is because she views you as the rightful but exiled Governor of a people, whose past history and whose recent deeds show them to be worthy of some better future than that of Russian tyranny and Austrian oppression,--that she seeks to welcome you to her borders: that she seeks to attest to a gazing world that to the cause of freedom she is not insensible, and that to the oppression of tyrants she is not indifferent."
Mercer asked, and I replied that Faulkner was as stau
Good makers, such as Bjornsted in Bern or Staub at Zurich, may be trusted to make their Skis right proportionately, and the buyer need not worry about their width or depth so long as the length is right.
1889); O. Riedel, Die monadologischen Bestimmungen in Kants Lehre vom Ding an sich, dissertation at Kiel, 1884; O. Schneider, Die psychologische Entwickelung des Apriori, 1883; the same, Transzendentalpsychologie, 1891; F. Staudinger, Noumena, 1884; M. Steckelmacher, Die formale Logik Kants, Breslau Prize Essay, 1879; A. Stern, Die Beziehung Garves zu Kant, nebst ungedruckten Briefen, 1884; C. Stumpf, Psychologie und Erkenntnisstheorie, Abhandlungen der bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1891; G. Thiele, Kants intellectuelle Anschauung als Grundbegriff seines Kritizismus, 1876; the same, Die Philosophie Kants nach ihrem systematischen Zusammenhange und ihrer logischhistorischen Entiwickelung, I. (1) Kants vorkritische Naturphilosophie, 1882; (2) Kants vorkritische Erkenntnisstheorie, 1887; Ad.
There is a certaine beast in Tartaria, which is wilde and as big as a wolfe, which beast they take aliue, and beat him to death with small staues that his blood may be spread through his whole body, then they cut it in pieces and take out all the bones, and beat the flesh wit
From the height on which we stood, we looked directly on the summit of the Capuchin Mountain, which hid part of the city from sight; the double peak of the Staufen rose opposite, and a heavy storm was raging along the Alpine heights around it, while the lovely valley lay in sunshine below, threaded by the bright current of the Salza.
The last Staufer died on the scaffold at Naples under the axe of Charles of Anjou, who was a vassal of the Church.
But this time the Church did not remain victorious as she did against the Arian Goths and the Staufers.
STAUFF, ALMA B. 500 cribbage.
TELL (to STAUFFACHER).
Let Voltaire, whose function it was to deny, enjoy his feeble sneer, that "the difficulty of pronouncing those respectable names"--to wit, Melchtad, and Stauffager, and Valtherfurst, to say nothing of Grisler--"injures their celebrity."
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But when I had rapped, I was in a swither whether to staun till they came out or no, for my heart began to imitate the knocker, or rather to tell me how I ought to have knocked; for it wasna a loud, solid drover's knock like mine, but it kept rit-tit-tat-ting on my breast like the knock of a hairdresser's 'prentice bringing a bandbox fu' o' curls and ither knick-knackeries, for a leddy to pick and choose on for a fancy ball; and my face lowed as though ye were haudin' a candle to it; when out comes the servant, and I stammers out, 'Is your mistress in?'
Your third staunce sweet Horatio, and no more.
And we are all mighty sorry to lose him; for not only hath he been a rare good friend to us, but also he is a most seemly gentleman (to keep us in countenance), and a very good staunch and reliable companion.
Then Joseph bled sore at the nose, so that he might not by no mean be staunched.
Such a one was instantly removed from his office, and a stauncher patriot substituted.
I. EARLY II Amongst the staunchest supporters of Presbyterianism in the days of Charles II.
Their simple practice consisted chiefly in extracting darts or arrows, in staunching blood by some infusion of bitter herbs, and sometimes they added charms or incantations; which seemed to be a poetical way of hinting, that frequently wounds were healed or diseases cured in a manner unaccountable by any known properties they could discover either in the effects of their rude remedies, or in the then known powers of the human body to relieve itself.
Discord and anger sound a note of war: the passion of more-having, staunchless avarice, threatens hostility; and envy is a hateful fiend.
But Mr. Nolak, though taken off his guard and somewhat confused by Perry's brilliant flow of logic, stuck staunchly to his point.
Kit, however, had known that Adam's staunchness might cost him much, and something might, perhaps, be saved.
but the stane-statue o' the late Lord Melville, staunin' a' by himsell up in the silent air, a hunder-and-fifty feet high, has then a ghastly seeming in the sky, like some giant condemned to perpetual imprisonment on his pedestal, and mournin' ower the desolation of the city that in life he loved so well.--Noctes--Blackwood's Magazine.
Greek: Pas gar hos an mae homologae Iaesoun Christon en sarki elaeluthenai antichristos esti; kai hos an mae homologae to marturion tou staurou ek tou diabolou esti; kai hos an methodeuae ta logia tou Kuriou pros tas idias epithumias, kai legae maete anastasin maete krisin einai, outos prototokos esti tou Satana.
begon againe,-- Yet stay.--Maudlin, avoid the Roome, and if you see Mr. Thurston, entreat him hither.