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Wherever they go, they carry a string with an hundred or two hundred nut-shells, like our rosaries, and they are continually uttering the words, Ou mam Hactani, which was explained to me as signifying, O God!
Non est amor desiderium aut appetitus ut ab omnibus hactenus traditim; nam cum potimur amata re, non manet appetitus; est igitur affectus quo cum re amata aut unimur, aut unionem perpetuamus.
Them amatoor play-hactin’ things?”
Illustration: T.B.D. OFFICER'S STEWARD: "Will you take your bath, sir, before or after haction?"
He’s nothin’ but a play-hactor hisself!”
Talked like a book to me all the way; but, be hanged if I don't think he has a thirty-two pound shot under his ribs instead of a heart.--Doctor Thurnall, that is Miss Harvey,--the young person who saved your life last night."
In a vase he turns The crimson wine, to Samas, God, he pours Libation, and his favor thus implores: "O Samas, why hast thou established, raised Me in thy heart?--protected?
Heretofore in Scotland, saith Hect.
I made a note of it when I was looking in the dictionary how to spell hectagonal.
If he is rich, he desires to measure his possessions in caballerias of 33-1/3 acres; if poor, in hectareas of 2-1/2 acres.
But he does not expect to make all these 5,000,000 hectares productive simultaneously, as they are said to have been when Omar took his inventory. "
To be frank with you, as you have been with me, you were sickly, hectic, dreamy; and when word came that you must go to the desert if your life were to be saved--well, Jack, I had to put affection aside and consider this blow for what it was, and think not of kind words but of what was best for you and your future.
Febris hectica uxor, et non nisi morte avellenda.
He spoke of Swen Brodie and old Loony Honeycutt and Gus Ingle all in one breath, and King knew that Gus Ingle was sixty years dead; he dwelt hectically on the "luck of the unlucky Seven."
Sent Frank to know how my Lady Hectick rested after her Monky's leaping out at Window.
Do it England, For like the Hecticke in my blood he rages, And thou must cure me: Till I know 'tis done, How ere my happes, my ioyes were ne're begun.
A long and intense passion on one object, whether of pride, love, fear, anger, or envy, we see have brought on some universal tremors; on others, convulsions, madness, melancholy, consumption, hectics, or such a chronical disorder as has wasted their flesh, or their strength, as certainly as the taking in of any poisonous drugs would have done.
5) the cost of a rectification may be estimated at, on an average, 4 francs per hectoliter.
For an establishment in which 150 hectoliters of 100 deg.
Why, Hector could hev set tight on the walls, laughin' at 'em, 'stead o' goin' out in the plain an' gittin' killed by A-killus, fur which I've always been sorry."
Compare, e. g., with the verse of Livius the fragment from Naevius' tragedy of -Lycurgus- :-- -Vos, qui regalis cordons custodias Agitatis, ite actutum in frundiferos locos, Ingenio arbusta ubi nata sunt, non obsita-; Or the famous words, which in the -Hector Profisciscens- Hector addresses to Priam: -Laetus sum laudari me abs te, pater, a laudato viro;- and the charming verse from the -Tarentilla-; -- -Alii adnutat, alii adnictat; alium amat, alium tenet.- 30.
If you are hectored to death, you will kill yourself, or compromise, and that will be the end of you."
Infinite treasures consumed, towns burned, flourishing cities sacked and ruinated, quodque animus meminisse horret, goodly countries depopulated and left desolate, old inhabitants expelled, trade and traffic decayed, maids deflowered, Virgines nondum thalamis jugatae, et comis nondum positis ephaebi; chaste matrons cry out with Andromache, Concubitum mox cogar pati ejus, qui interemit Hectorem, they shall be compelled peradventure to lie with them that erst killed their husbands: to see rich, poor, sick, sound, lords, servants, eodem omnes incommodo macti, consumed all or maimed, &c. Et quicquid gaudens scelere animus audet, et perversa mens, saith Cyprian, and whatsoever torment, misery, mischief, hell itself, the devil, fury and rage can invent to their own ruin and destruction; so abominable a thing is war, as Gerbelius concludes, adeo foeda et abominanda res est bellum, ex quo hominum caedes, vastationes, &c., the scourge of God, cause, effect, fruit and punishment of sin, and not tonsura humani generis as Tertullian calls it, but ruina.
Hector dat gladium Ajaci, dat balteum et Ajax Hectori, et exitio munus utrique fuit.
"Oh, don't be always hectorin' me, Aunt Rachel," said Jack, impatiently.
When the Ship Island transports bore their blue thousands up the river, and the streets roared a new drum-thunder, before the dark columns had settled down in the cotton-yards, public squares, Carrollton suburb and Jackson Barracks, Callender House--you may guess by whose indirection--had come to the notice of a once criminal lawyer, now the plumed and emblazoned general-in-chief, to whom, said his victims (possibly biased), no offense or offender was too small for his hectoring or chastisement.
What so pleasant as to see some pageant or sight go by, as at coronations, weddings, and such like solemnities, to see an ambassador or a prince met, received, entertained with masks, shows, fireworks, &c. To see two kings fight in single combat, as Porus and Alexander; Canute and Edmund Ironside; Scanderbeg and Ferat Bassa the Turk; when not honour alone but life itself is at stake, as the poet of Hector, ------"nec enim pro tergore Tauri, Pro bove nec certamen erat, quae praemia cursus Esse solent, sed pro magni viraque animaque--Hectoris."
It is simply an expansion of the words which occur in the tragedy -Hectoris Lustra- (the original of which was probably by Sophocles) as spoken by a spectator of the combat between Hephaestus and the Scamander:-- -Constitit credo Scamander, arbores vento vacant,- and the incident is derived from the Iliad (xxi.
M. Sergius had 32 wounds; Scaeva, the Centurion, I know not how many; every nation had their Hectors, Scipios, Caesars, and Alexanders!
Some one must go and ask her.--Acton, you're the man; you must do it!"
"Yes--here;--conducted secretly for years by a group of Brothers before unexplained disappearances in the neighbourhood led to its discovery.
I know that many are of opinion, our northern simples are weak, imperfect, not so well concocted, of such force, as those in the southern parts, not so fit to be used in physic, and will therefore fetch their drugs afar off: senna, cassia out of Egypt, rhubarb from Barbary, aloes from Socotra; turbith, agaric, mirabolanes, hermodactils, from the East Indies, tobacco from the west, and some as far as China, hellebore from the Anticyrae, or that of Austria which bears the purple flower, which Mathiolus so much approves, and so of the rest.
"It a'n't that," said he; then added, hesitatingly,--"fact is, we're lonesome people here,--don't often see strangers; yit I s'pose you can't go no furder;--well, I'll talk to my wife."
Immeasurable was his surprise at the perfectly calm answer-- "I can't r'member hicsactly, sir."
Highest.--Perfectly distinct, bright, and natural.
Away with him!"--Acts, xxi, 36.
G. Gilfillan, alluding to Longfellow, has this erroneous allusion: His ornaments, unlike those of the Sabine sic maid, have not crushed him.--Introductory Essay to Longfellow.
SO I SEZ, SMART LIKE, 'OUT O' SIGHT FROM THE MOMENT OF HIMPACT, SIR,' AN' 'E SEZ, 'GO BACK ON BOARD, YE BLINKIN' FATHEAD!'"
I fancied he felt as I with him,--perfect content in my companionship, without a thought or wish beyond.
Cats,' he quoted the porter as saying, 'is dogs, and guinea-pigs is dogs, but this 'ere tortoise is a hinsect.'
But that every kind of rhythm is at times suitable to oratory, may be seen from this,--that in speaking we often make a verse without intending it, (which, however, is a great fault, but we do not notice it, nor do we hear what we say ourselves;) and as for iambics, whether regular or Hipponactean, those we can scarcely avoid, for our common conversation often consists of iambics.
As already shown, it was one of the most unsatisfactory wars in English history,--conducted to a successful close, indeed, but with an immense expenditure of blood and money, and with such an amount of blundering in management as to bring disgrace rather than glory on the government and the country.
It was some time before she resumed her accustomed freedom of conversation; but as we ascended the hill she explained to me that she should like to take the house as tenant from 'ear to 'ear!--but she thought landlords would hobject to such an agreement, as when they got a good tenant they liked to 'old 'im as long as they could.
We consequently went through the various rooms, and in every one of them she had "an hobjection to this," or "a 'atred for that," or would give "an 'int which might be useful" to the lady when she removed.
Eochaid however remained as he was (at home)--expecting the kingdom of Munster on his father's death, and he besought his father to show due honour to his brother Declan.
To them, honours;--distinctions; --praise;--and even property itself;--all those objects of laudable ambition which so powerfully excite the activity of man in civil society, and contribute so essentially to happiness, by filling the mind with pleasing prospects of future enjoyments, are but empty names; or rather, they are subjects of never-ceasing regret and discontent.
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