It was when he heard the boy repeat a story of Finn MacCool to the old crone in the kitchen that Mr. Conneally awoke to the idea that he must educate his son.
IVRE, qui a le cerveau trouble par les fumees du vin, d'une liqueur alcoolique.
Standard Steel wants Altacoola, and what Standard Steel wants from Congress you can bet your bottom dollar Standard Steel gets.
The naval base is going to Altacoola--" "Good!"
I guess Altacoola'll talk to yo'," went on the Mayor. "
The large cylinder to the left determines the capacity of the compressor, the air being compressed first to a low pressure (ordinarily about 30 pounds per square inch), afterward passing through an intercooler, by which its temperature is reduced, and then it is compressed still higher, even to 5,000 pounds per square inch if desired.
Troops, and stores of all kinds, were sent from India; numbers of Chinese and Malays were induced to settle; and Mr. Herbert, one of the council of Bencoolen, was appointed governor.
The plant, through the enterprise of the British, has now found its way into Penang and Bencooleu, where it flourishes and produces well.
And indeed, through the anxious preliminary silence, he stood waiting as cool and ready as a young centurion.
"Yes, stay," Carolyn June added, somewhat reluctant that of the entire group only one should be left to the wiles of her unconsciously intentional coquetry; "there is plenty of room in here and it's cool--" "We're much obliged," Bert said, "but we'd better do the way Parker mentioned.
MD; +cool+, MD; +kale+, MD, H.--AS.
My grandfather and mother employed these men to guide them to Coola Fabre(?)
Every pipe may not, indeed, cost so much as that jewelled one seen by Dibdin in Vienna, which was valued at a thousand pounds; or even as the German meerschaum which was passed from mouth to mouth through a whole regiment of soldiers till it was colored to perfection, having never been allowed to cool,--a bill of one hundred pounds being ultimately rendered for the tobacco consumed.
The abbess took advantage of her melancholy, as knowing the occasion of it, and began to represent, in the strongest terms, the instability of all human expectations:--you may easily see, my dear child, said she, that monsieur either no longer lives, or ceases to live for you:--young men are wavering, every new object attracts their wishes;--they are impatient for a time, but soon grow cool;--absence renders them forgetful of their vows and promises;--there is no real dependance on them;--fly therefore to that divine love which never can deceive you;--give yourself up to heaven, and you will soon be enabled to despise the fickle hopes of earth.
He had heard that the aborigines of the lower Murray had been informed of his approach, and that they had assured the other tribes that they were gathering murry coolah -- very angry -- to meet him, but this to one of the Major's temper, lent but an added zest to the journey; for there were old scores to settle on both sides.
We must, however, speak of another influence which made Redbud so cool;--and this will, very probably, have occurred to our lady readers, if we have any, as the better explanation.
The solid crust of the sun, he thinks, may be comparatively cool,--as cool, perhaps, as our tropical climates,--by the favor of cloud-curtains, which operate as screens, and reflect off into space the heat of the combustion overhead.
Nay, it is: I know not Seemes: 'Tis not alone my Inky Cloake (good Mother) Sidenote: cloake coold mother Nor Customary suites of solemne Blacke, Nor windy suspiration of forc'd breath, No, nor the fruitfull Riuer in the Eye, Nor the deiected hauiour of the Visage, Together with all Formes, Moods, shewes of Griefe, Sidenote: moodes, chapes of That can denote me truly.
Of ancient race by birth, but nobler yet 900 In his own worth, and without title great: The Sanhedrim long time as chief he ruled, Their reason guided, and their passion cool'd: So dexterous was he in the crown's defence, So form'd to speak a loyal nation's sense, That, as their band was Israel's tribes in small, So fit was he to represent them all.
I remember a vision of this sort at Carrara, on a bright but not too hot day (I fancied that the marble mountains there cooled it).
Sultanpore, headquarters of the Coolee rovers.
CHAPTER X TWENTY-SIX YEARS OF CONFLICT The case of Mr. Curgenven--Death of Conajee Angria--Quarrels of his sons--Portuguese intervention--Sumbhajee Angria--Political changes--Disaster to Bombay and Bengal galleys--The Ockham beats off Angria's fleet--The Coolees--Loss of the Derby--Mahrattas expel Portuguese from Salsette--Captain Inchbird--Mannajee Angria gives trouble--Dutch squadron repulsed from Gheriah--Gallant action of the Harrington--Sumbhajee attacks Colaba--English assist Mannajee--Loss of the Antelope--Death of Sumbhajee Angria--Toolajee Angria--Capture of the Anson--Toolajee takes the Restoration--Power of Toolajee--Lisle's squadron--Building of the Protector and Guardian.
I am to blame to be so much in rage, I'le tell her coolely, when and where I heard This killing truth.
then try me, and I will prove to thee my power by experiment, in any way thou wilt I will soothe and shampoo thee with a hand softer than a snowflake's fall and cooler than the icy moon: or, if thou wilt, I will croon to thee old airs, and put thee to sleep like a tired child, resting thy head on this bosom which once was thy delight, with melodies that shall speak to thee of drowzy bees and moaning winds: or I will steal thy waking senses from thee and lure them into slumber as it were against thy will by snaring them with fragrances more luscious than that parijata blossom, which Wishnu once trailed through the intoxicated world, to drive it into madness at the moment, and leave it filled with inconsolable regret when it was gone.
"Quiet down, you, mister, or you'll get yourself put in the cooler-- that's the best place for noisy drunks."
Let it boil about one hour, or till you discover the surface of the liquor to become flaky, and the wort broken; then take it from the copper and strain it into the coolers.
Another says, "It bites in the mouth, accords rheume, cooles the head, strengthens the teeth and is all their phisicke."
Our spirits were soon dashed, when the old carpenter, one of the coolest and bravest men in the ship, rose through the forehatch pale as a ghost, with his white hairs streaming out in the wind.
Dr. Kerchensteiner is quoted by the Commercial Club of Chicago as saying, in a letter to Mr. Edwin G. Cooley, that the separate administrative school-boards of Munich form an essential part of the city's school-system.
There had been none among them coolheaded enough to reason out which trail he had likely taken, and thus look for him by the ford.
Chorus For we’re going, going, going to Gunnedah so far, And we’ll soon be into sunny New South Wales; We shall bid farewell to Queensland, with its swampy coolibah— Happy drovers from the sandy Maranoa.
A strapping young stockman lay dying, His saddle supporting his head; His two mates around him were crying, As he rose on his pillow and said: Chorus “Wrap me up with my stockwhip and blanket, And bury me deep down below, Where the dingoes and crows can’t molest me, In the shade where the coolibahs grow.
Sik'-si-kau, Siks-ah'-pun-iks, Siks-in'-o-kaks (Blackfoot), (Blood), Sik-ut'-si-pum-aiks, Sin'-o-pah, Sioux, "Sits beside him" woman, Skeleton, Skidi tribe, Skull taken into eagle pit, Skunks, Sleeping for power, Small Brittle Fat, Small Leggings, Robes, Smallpox, Smell of a person, Smoking, rules in, Snakes, Snakes (tribe), Peace with, The, Snares, Social organization, Societies of the All Comrades, Soldiers, Song, antelope, beaver, buffalo, pipe, war party, Soul, Spai'-yu ksah'-ku, Spanish lands, Spear heads, Spears, Spoons, Sports of children, of adults, Spotted Tail's camp, St. Mary's River, Sta-au', Starvation winter, Steell, Major, Stockraising, Stolen by the Thunder, Stone bowls, kettles, knives, pointed arrows, Ston'-i-t)api, Stories of Adventure, of Ancient Times, of Old Man, Story of the Three Tribes, The, Story-telling, Striped-face, Struck by the Thunder, St)u'miks, Suicide among girls, Sun, Sun dogs, Sun River, Sun's Lodge, Sun's Lodge, seeking the, Surrounding buffalo, S=u'-ye-st)u'-miks, S=u'-ye-t)uppi, Su-yoh-pah'-wah-ku, Sweat bath, Sweat lodge, houses for Medicine Lodge, Sweet-grass, Sweet Grass Hills, Swindling the Indians, Tail-feathers-coming-in-sight-over-the-Hill, Tails, Taking horses, Temperament, Teton River, The Bad Weapons, Bears, Beaver Medicine, Blackfoot Genesis, Blackfoot in War, Buffalo Rock, Dog and the Stick, Elk, Fox, Ghosts' Buffalo, Past and the Present, Race, Rock, Theft from the Sun, Wonderful Bird, Theft from the Sun, The, penalty for, They Don't Laugh, Things sacred to the Sun, Three Tribes, The Story of, Thunder, bird, described, brings the rain, steals women, Tobacco, Indians', songs, Tobacco thief punished, Tongues for Medicine Lodge, Touchwood Hills, Training of children, Transmigration of souls, Trapping wolves, Treachery, penalty for, Treatment of dead enemies, of women, Trial by jumping, Trivett, Rev. S., Tsin-ik-tsis'-tso-yiks, Ts)i-st=iks, T)uis-kis't=iks, Turtles, Two Medicine (Lodge Creek), War Trails, Under Water People, Persons, Uses of buffalo products, Version of the origin of death, Visitor's seat in lodge, War bonnet, bonnet of Bulls Society, clubs, how made, head-dress, journeys, duration of, journeys to the southwest, lodges, lodges, how built, systematized, with the Gros Ventres, War parties, Warrior's outfit, contributions to, Whiskey trading, White beaver, Breasts, Calf, Widows, Wife, standing of, duties of first, The Bad, Wind Maker, Sucker, Wolf Calf, Tail, Man, The, Road, song, Wolverine, Wolves, Wolves, rabid, Woman doctors, Woman, standing of, The Lost, Woman's dress, seat in lodge, Wonderful Bird, The, Wood for bows, Woods Bloods, Worm People, Pipe, Worms, Yellowstone River, Young Bear Chief, women's dance, Younger sisters potential wives, A NOTE ABOUT THE AUTHOR Although GEORGE BIRD GRINNELL (1849-1938) won distinction as an ethnologist, author, editor, and explorer, perhaps his most enduring achievement was that cited by President Coolidge when he presented the Theodore Roosevelt Gold Medal of Honor to Grinnell in 1925: "Few have done as much as you, and none has done more, to preserve vast areas of picturesque wilderness for the eyes of posterity...." It was largely thanks to Grinnell that Glacier National Park was created, and in Yellowstone Park, as the President said, he "prevented the exploitation and therefore the destruction of the natural beauty."
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SEE Coolidpe, Dane.
"One coolie-man hab-got chit."
A boat-coolie--" But Heywood had darted to the rack of Mausers, knelt, and sprung up, raging.
All my horror of bombs and sudden death has gone, and memory (as someone says) is making magic carpets under my feet, so that I am back again in the white, hot sunlight, under the dusty palm-trees, hearing the creak of the wagons, as the patient oxen toil on the long straight roads, and the songs of the coolies returning home at even, I see the country lying vague in the clammy morning mist, and the great broad Ganges glimmering wanly; and again it is a wonderful clear night of stars.
'--Coolies at work.
You are a coolie"--Wutzler's conical wicker-hat ducked as from a blow. "
Of course they may feel dreadful sweaty after chasin' round in the sun all day, though I wouldn't hold such sudden coolin' wholesome; but why if women so doin' should they insist on men folks wearin' collars, say I?"
This great difference is to be attributed to the cooling power of the dew which was precipitated most copiously every night upon the surface of the earth; whilst the water, not being so easily affected by this nightly radiation, took so much longer to cool.
C2, C3; +coolis+, W; +koles+, S2.--AS.
Not his "Gondibert," notwithstanding it abounds in fine passages,--notwithstanding Gay thought it worth continuation and completion, and added several cantos,--notwithstanding Lamb eulogized it with enthusiasm, Southey warmly praised, and Campbell and Hazlitt coolly commended it.
When the recital had come to an end he said coolly-- "Your story is a very extraordinary one, Mr. Gifford; I won't call it, as it seems at first sight, wildly improbable, but it is at any rate an almost incredible coincidence.
Recovering her wits, however, very speedily, she said coolly,-- "The first pleasant one."
The highest breeding, you know, comes round to the Indian standard,--to take everything coolly,--nil admirari,--if you happen to be learned and like the Roman phrase for the same thing.