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FOOTNOTES: Footnote 95: Abadie arranged to demolish the Colonne Vendome for 32,000 or 38,000 francs, forfeiting 600 francs for every day's delay after the fourth of May. This reduced the sum to be paid to him by 6000 francs.
About a title for Johnny there is still some doubt, but I shall be Earl Russell, and make little change in the signature of Your affectionate brother, J. RUSSELL In August Lord and Lady Russell and their children went to Abergeldie Castle, which had been lent to them for several successive autumns.
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5:14 These are the children of Abihail the son of Huri, the son of Jaroah, the son of Gilead, the son of Michael, the son of Jeshishai, the son of Jahdo, the son of Buz; 5:15 Ahi the son of Abdiel, the son of Guni, chief of the house of their fathers.
ABBAD'ONA, once the friend of Ab'diel, was drawn into the rebellion of Satan half unwillingly.
AR'IOCH ("a fierce lion"), one of the fallen angels overthrown by Abdiel.--Milton, Paradise Lost, vi.
Lenormant in his "Etudes Accadiennes" II, I (1874).
I was an ablebodied and ableminded young man in the strength of my youth; and my family, then heavily embarrassed, needed my help urgently.
Como era de esperar, entre los oficiales que, segun tenian de costumbre, acudieron al dia siguiente a tomar el sol y a charlar un rato en el Zocodover, no se hizo platillo de otra cosa que de la llegada de los dragones, cuyo jefe dejamos en el anterior capitulo durmiendo a pierna suelta y descansando de las fatigas de su viaje.
EVANGELINE; A TALE OF ACADIETr.
accidie (NED); Low Lat.
Wine is used by all classes, and aguadiente, the native rum, is consumed in considerable quantity, but the Cuban rarely drinks to excess.
The Colonel read: "Come to the Gold Nugget as soon as you get this, and hear something to your advantage.--MAUDIE."
He reckoned Milton in that class of men, of whom the Roman historian says, when they want, by a sudden convulsion, to overturn the government, they roar and clamour for liberty; if they succeed, they destroy liberty itself: "Ut imperium evertant, libertatem praeferunt; si perverterint, libertatem ipsam aggredientur."
After the sudden death of the youngest son of the family, in 1880, the care of the family devolved entirely upon the two daughters, Mrs. H.J. Furlong and Miss Addie S. Jordan.
ADIE OF AIKENSHAW, a neighbor of the Glendinnings.--Sir W. Scott, The Monastery (time, Elizabeth).
Petronii Saturae et Liber Priapeorum: quartum edidit Franciscus Buecheler: adiectae sunt Varronis et Senecae Saturae similesque Reliquiae.
4:34 And Meshobab, and Jamlech, and Joshah, the son of Amaziah, 4:35 And Joel, and Jehu the son of Josibiah, the son of Seraiah, the son of Asiel, 4:36 And Elioenai, and Jaakobah, and Jeshohaiah, and Asaiah, and Adiel, and Jesimiel, and Benaiah, 4:37 And Ziza the son of Shiphi, the son of Allon, the son of Jedaiah, the son of Shimri, the son of Shemaiah; 4:38 These mentioned by their names were princes in their families: and the house of their fathers increased greatly.
Utine adiens vomitum potius excuties."
Vel si forte vestimentum de industria elevetur, ut pedum ac tibiarum pars aliqua conspiciatur, dum templum aut locum aliquem adierit.
Lusitani, inquit, quorundum civitates adierunt: qui natis statim faeminis naturam consuunt, quoad urinae exitus ne impediatur, easque quum adoleverint sic consutas in matrimonium collocant, ut sponsi prima cura sit conglutinatas puellae oras ferro interscindere.
Then cannot we be bought; and so adieu- Twice to your visor and half once to you.
"Perhaps when you have read my history, the dreadful word adieu--" "Never," cried Oswald, "until my deathbed--fear not that word till then."
"Adieu, then," murmured Daphne in a dying voice; "adieu," she repeated on seeing him retire; "adieu!--as for me, in two hours, I shall not be at the Cottage of Vines."
As this will be the place whence I shall start back for Europe, I shall once more have the happiness of addressing you publicly and bidding you an affectionate adieu:--hoping then to be able to thank you for acts, as I now thank you for sentiments.
You and your excellent father must have my final adieus."
The bustle of embarkation; strange scenes and strange faces; parting from friends; the ringing of the bell; last adieus,--some, who were to go with us, hurrying aboard, others, who were to stay behind, as hastily going ashore; the withdrawal of the plank,--sad sight to many eyes!
A lame horse--the prince's generosity--making your adieux.
And making quick adieux,--while Mrs. Laudersdale jested about tempting the raging waters, and the dinner-bell was ringing, and Helen singing, "Come o'er the stream, Charlie, and dine wi' McLean,"--he opened the door, suffered a patch of blue sky to be seen, and the segment of an afternoon rainbow, shut it, and was gone.
My death I pardon unto her and you, My sinnes God pardon; so vaine world adiew.
Farewell, rott, farewell murreine, adiewe.
As we approached, he asked the captain, who by this time had emptied his canteen of aguardiente, how many of his men were killed.
SEE Berman, Isabel R. GREEN, MARY BALAIRDIE.
After him Segel-Aladie, or Zedy-khan, the son of Tokatmysch or Toktemysch-khan, got possession of the throne; but he was soon expelled by Timur-Khan, the son of Timur-Uduck, and brother of Pulad- Khan, who reified fourteen months.
Rue des Amandiers: Nos.
When Pompey conquered the pirates, he destroyed fifteen hundred ships of the line.--The Xanthian parapets were tore down.--Brutus, suspecting that his troops were plundering, commanded the trumpets to sound to their colours.--Most people understood the act of attainder passed by the senate.--The Numidian troopers were unlikely in their appearance.-- The Numidians beat up one quarter after another.--Salvidienus resolved to pass his men over, in boats of leather, and he gave orders for equipping a sufficient number of that sort of small craft.--Pompey had light, agile frigates, and fought in a strait, where the current and caverns occasion swirls and a roll.--A sharp out-look was kept by the admiral.--It is a run of about fifty Roman miles.--Brutus broke Lipella in the sight of the army.--Mark Antony garbled the senate.
As regards the infections, which directly or indirectly kill most of us, the injection of thyroid will increase the content in the blood of the protective antibodies which preserve us, temporarily at any rate, against malignant invaders.
"Be governed by your conscience, and never ask anybodies leave to be honest.
Pero aquellas que el vuelo refrenaban Tu hermosura y mi dicha a contemplar, Aquellas que aprendieron nuestros nombres... Esas... ino volveran!
Ambos habian nacido en Toledo; juntos habian hecho sus primeras armas, y en un mismo dia, al encontrarse sus ojos con los de dona Ines, se sintieron poseidos de un secreto y ardiente amor por ella, amor que germino algun tiempo retraido y silencioso, pero que al cabo comenzaba a descubrirse y a dar involuntarias senales de existencia en sus acciones y discursos.
Prose order--Las ardientes palabras del amor volveran a sonar en tus oidos.
Then, turning to the astonished spectators who were assembled in the area--"Ladies and gentlemen," he said, "there has been a robbery committed here within these fifteen minutes.
Ad illam faciem non audebam accedere, nisi ad distantiam octo passuum: postea iui ad caput vallis, et ascendi super montem arenosum, in quo vndique circumspiciens, nihil videbam, nisi instrumenta musicalia, quae audiebam fortiter pulsare.
We sat some time in the summer-house, on the outside wall of which was inscribed, 'Ambulantes in horto audiebant vocem Dei;' and in reference to a brook by which it is situated, 'Vivendi recte qui prorogat horam,' &c. I said to Mr. Young, that I had been told his father was cheerful. '