Dans quel domaine le savant italien s'est-il distingue?--A-t-il ete un enfant stupide?--S'est-on apercu de bonne heure de ses dons?--Comment un certain maladroit a-t-il voulu rabaisser son prix?--Quelle repartie spirituelle le jeune prince a-t-il trouvee?
The severe little man was mitigated, and condescended to say, "Rab, my man, puir Rabbie,"--whereupon the stump of a tail rose up, the ears were cocked, the eyes filled, and were comforted; the two friends were reconciled. "
SEE Rabier, Sophie Eugenie Giroux.
Ainsi peuent jouer Misire li filsoufe atout lour propre perte, mes a l'ore quand tiex fantaisies se respanderont es joenes bacheliers et parmy la menue gent, celz averont pour toute Loy manducemus et bibamus, cras enim moriemur; et trop isnellement l'en raccomencera la descente de l'eschiele, et d'home crestien deviendra hons sauvaiges, et d'home sauvaige gat- maimons, et de gat-maimon blayriaus.'
There was even a heartier note in his lamentable trade cry: "Parapluie-ee-ee-ee-ees a raccommoder!"
"Mentre che io canto, o Dio redentore, Vedo l'Italia tutta a fiamma e foco, Per questi Galli, che con gran valore Vengon, per disertar non so che loco: Pero vi lascio in questo vano amore Di Fiordespina ardente poco a poco Un' altra volta, se mi fia concesso, Racconterovvi il tutto per espresso."
298.--Carlovingian King in his Palace personifying Wisdom appealing to the whole Human Race.--After a Miniature in a Manuscript of the Ninth Century in the Burgundian Library of Brussels, from a Drawing by Count Horace de Vielcastel.
S. RACEMOSUS (syn Symphoria racemosus).--Snowberry.
George Allan and Danny Kelly, from out their superior wisdom in dog affairs, agreed that while improbable, it had never been impossible for a freighter to develop into a racer under favorable conditions.
Perhaps he was used to the sang-froid, perhaps he rather liked it, believing it, in his ignorance, a distinctive mark of class, not knowing--how should he?--that, once excited, these thoroughbred ones are, of all racers, the least amenable to restraint.
And now you'll want to know what horse will win next month at Rindermere races.--Whisper me, lass, and I'll tell him."
Then we shall gaze upon the train of heavy-browed, noble-eyed, wise, gentle-mannered men, who have been the enduring teachers of the race,--thinkers, leaders, seers.
However we may interpret his detailed narration of the genesis of our world and our race,--whether as chronicle or as symbolic poem,--its central theme and thought, the direct creative agency of Jehovah, which it was his privilege to announce, stands forth clear and unmistakable.
"Lady Racher is put to bed," said Sir Boyle Roche to a friend. "
But the introduction of the Irish blood had the effect of making a racier-looking dog more fashionable, the presence of white on the chest was looked upon with disfavour, and the Kennel Club settled the difficulty of name by abolishing the term "Gordon" altogether.
Mr. Vanderveer glowed all over with delight when father condemned the automobile as a nerve racker, and suggested that a young man of the companionable tutor order, who could either play games, fish, and drive with the boy and his chums, or at times leave him wholly alone, according to need, would be a good substitute for a woman who viewed life as a school of don'ts, and had either wholly outlived her youth, or else had most unpleasant recollections of it.
Clara was also tormented by the persistent suit of Louis Rackerman, of Bremen, who could not see how vain was his quest.
I abhor such fanatical phantasimes, such insociable and point-devise companions; such rackers of orthography, as to speak 'dout' fine, when he should say 'doubt'; 'det' when he should pronounce 'debt'- d, e, b, t, not d, e, t. He clepeth a calf 'cauf,' half 'hauf'; neighbour vocatur 'nebour'; 'neigh' abbreviated 'ne.'
Only saps work; a ballyhoo for racketeering.
Rather, such people tend to find themselves formally indicted by prosecutors as "gangs," "racketeers," "corrupt organizations" and "organized crime figures."
What's kept her from being trodden down by these Wissan Bridge racketers, I'd like to know."
But you and I would much rather be life holders under Monks than rackrenters...." St Thomas Aquinas has told us that there were three things for a sight of which he would have endured a year in Purgatory, not unwillingly: Christ in the flesh, Rome in her flower, and an Apostle disputing.
GRATTER, racler avec les ongles.
J'aimerais a raconter toutes les aventures que mes vertus sulpiciennes m'amenerent, et les tours singuliers qu'elles m'ont joues.
Then you'd have a right, but not now, for my cha-racter is precious to me, young man."
R80303, 22Jun51, Norman J. Radder (A) RAMOS CARRIÓN, MIGUEL.
S; +raddere+, comp.
In a "selected paper" contributed to the volume of these proceedings just published, Mr. Jorge Rademaker Grunewald, Memb.
Raderer too, tandaro te, Raderer, tandorer, tan do re.'
Amoretto's page, personating his master, is so nicknamed by the other, who personates Sir Raderic--unless the passage is corrupt.
Thursday, August 18.--I rode on ahead of the party from Mr. Hartzell's ranch, stopping at Radersburg for dinner and riding through a snow storm to Gallatin City, where I remained over night with Major Campbell.
It was moonlight, and Nelly was doubtless very charming in the mysterious radiance,--certainly her companion thought so,--for, when their walk was over, he induced her to sit with him on a fallen log that lay just within the shade of the trees, instead of returning to the house.
Dreux du Radier, vol.
It would place an X-ray equipment at the disposal of ever cottage hospital, or even of a country-house, and it would place the cottage hospital, not to mention the country-house, at the disposal of the enterprising radiographer.
But what a splendid and useful building has been placed on this foundation by Clausius and Maxwell, and what a beautiful ornament we see on the top of it in the radiometer of Crookes, securely attached to it by the happy discovery of Tait and Dewar, that the length of the free path of the residual molecules of air in a good modern vacuum may amount to several inches!
With only very slight deviations, this would follow the racial line between Slovenes and Germans from the present Italian frontier as far as the little town of Radkersburg in Styria; thence, the course of the rivers Mur and Drave as far as the latter's junction with the Danube.
RAEDER, OLE MUNCH.
The custodian shows, when requested, a visitors' book where, on one and the same page are the signatures of William II and Louis Raemaekers!
Ces moments penibles ne peuvent que raffermir les liens de l'attachement profond qui unissent la Serbie a la sainte Russie slave, et les sentiments de reconnaissance eternelle pour l'aide et la protection de Votre Majeste seront conserves pieusement dans l'ame de tous les Serbes.
Hyacinth recognised the mark, and remembered that he had seen the identical pot on the upper shelf of Rafferty’s shop for years.
How it moaned and mocked and muttered At the cottage window, shuttered, Whence there streamed Fitful flecks of firelight mild: And within, a mother smiled, Singing softly to her child As there dinned Round the gabled roof and rafter Long and loud the shout and laughter Of the wind,-- The wild November wind.
Entering then, Right o'er a mount of newly-fallen stones, The dusky-rafter'd many-cobweb'd hall, He found an ancient dame in dim brocade; And near her, like a blossom vermeil-white, That lightly breaks a faded flower-sheath, Moved the fair Enid, all in faded silk, Her daughter.
Chapter Five Having sat buried in thought for a full five minutes after the traders of the winter posts had left him, Galen Albret thrust back his chair and walked into a room, long, low, and heavily raftered, strikingly unlike the Council Room.
We saw the shell hole in the little Mohammedan cemetery, where four people, "come to visit the tombs of their fathers," had been killed, the smashed mosques, yawning house-fronts, and dangling rafters, and there came over one an indescribable irony as one listened, in this Eastern world of blazing sun, blue sky, and blue water, to the same grievances and indignations one had read in London editorials and heard in the beet-fields of Flanders months ago.