Dick and he had surveyed and resurveyed it for days.
He had a long, sad face, prodigious ability to stow away redeye, and a nature as simple and kind and honest as a child's.
When the felon awoke out of the deathlike trance into which this assault had thrown him, his hardihood was gone; and he was reconveyed to the cell, in which he was destined agonizingly to struggle out his last hideous and distorted hours, in a state of abject horror which cannot be described.
+Reneye+, v. to deny, reject, abandon, S2, PP, C2, CM.--OF.
SEE RICHTMEYER, CLEON C. FOWLER, FRANK.
reyerta, f., dispute, difference.
Libreme Dios de creerlos cobardes; buena muestra han dado de si, peleando en algunas ocasiones contra los enemigos de Nuestro Senor.... Pero es la verdad, que si se buscaran ... y si se buscaran con ganas de encontrarse, se encontrarian, poniendo fin de una vez a estas continuas reyertas, en las cuales los que verdaderamente baten el cobre de firme son sus deudos, sus allegados y su servidumbre.
They made great havoc in Toledo, where among other desecrations they burned the Alcazar (now restored) and the convent church of San Juan de los Reyes.
M. Gaudry has arranged the species of Hyoenidoe, Proboscidea, Rhinocerotidoe, and Equidoe in their order of filiation from their earliest appearance in the Miocene epoch to the present time, and Professor Ruetimeyer has drawn up similar schemes for the Oxen and other Ungulata--with what, I am disposed to think, is a fair and probable approximation to the order of nature.
SEE Rittelmeyer, Friedrich.
He will very likely have a little theory of his own, to the effect that since it was I who brought Miss Bamberger to Schreiermeyer's room, it was probably I who killed her, for some mysterious reason!'
That connection between palaeontology and geology and the present distribution of terrestrial animals, which so strikingly impressed Mr. Darwin, thirty years ago, as to lead him to speak of a "law of succession of types," and of the wonderful relationship on the same continent between the dead and the living, has recently received much elucidation from the researches of Gaudry, of Rutimeyer, of Leidy, and of Alphonse Milne-Edwards, taken in connection with the earlier labours of our lamented colleague Falconer; and it has been instructively discussed in the thoughtful and ingenious work of Mr. Andrew Murray "On the Geographical Distribution of Mammals."
Then when the Castilians show a feeling of good-will, and the Chinese and Sangleyes who left after the dispute return, and the indebted money is repaid, and the property which was taken from the Sangleyes restored, then friendship will again exist between this empire and that, and every year trading-ships shall come and go; but if not, then the Emperor will allow no trading, but on the contrary will at once command a thousand ships of war to be built, manned with soldiers and relations of the slain, and will, with the assistance of other peoples and kingdoms who pay tribute to China, wage relentless war, without quarter to any one; and upon its conclusion will present the kingdom of Luzon to those who do homage to China.
Or again, they are geographical senses,--eyes, ears, and speech; for of these supreme mediators in the body, voice, vision, and hearing, it is the office, as of rivers, to open communication between the interior and exterior world; they are rivers of access to the outlying universe of men and things, which enters them, and approaches the soul through the freighted suggestions of sight and sound.
scholar, C. +Scoleye+, v. to attend school, to study,C. +Scop+, pt.
mustard, W; +seneueye+, W; +seneuei+, W.--OF.
Can be hiley reckamended for onestey, sobrieaty, and good temperd, and has no in combranc, is very actif, but not a treadesman, have been as Butler and Bailiff for meney years in most respectable families, and shood I not be so luckey as to get me a wife, wood be most willing to take a sitteyeashan once moor, wood prefer living in the countrey, under stands Brewing feamosley, is well adapted for a inn or publick hous.
And theye seye that it hathe ben there sithe the beginnynge of the World; and was sumtyme grene and bare Leves, unto the Tyme that Oure Lord dyede on the Cros; and thanne it dryede; and so dyden alle the Trees that weren thanne in the World.
For thei seye not but only that, that the apostles seyden, as oure Lord taughte hem: righte as seynt Peter and seynt Thomas and the other apostles songen the messe, seyenge the Pater-noster, and the wordes of the sacrement.
The following example has been quoted by Seyer, as a proof that the gerund may govern the genitive of the agent: "Cujus autem in dicendo aliquid reprehensum est--Cic.
And at length the little colonial revenue schooner John Seyes, while attempting to enforce the laws at Edina, was actually seized by the stalwart Britisher and dragged before the Admiralty Court at Sierra Leone.
To make Mrs. Shelleyes cake.
But as to France and Frenchmen, and the Abbe Sieyes and his constitutions, I cannot make these present times present to me.
Thither came Grimm, Talleyrand, Barnave, Lafayette, Narbonne, Sieyes,--all friends.
* * * * * ALEXANDER SERGEYEVITCH PUSHKIN The Captain's Daughter Alexander Sergeyevitch Pushkin was born at Moscow on June 7, 1799.
My charmer is pleased with me now: for I was exceedingly attentive to the discourse, and very ready in the auditor's part of the service.--Eyes did not much wander.
Johnson and Chalmers write, popeseye and sheep's eye; Walker, Maunder, and Worcester, popeseye and sheep's-eye; Scott has pope's-eye and sheepseye; Webster, pope's-eye and sheep's-eye, bird-eye, and birds-eye.
Up runs Will.--Sir--Sir--Sir!--Eyes goggling, mouth distended--Bid the damn'd toad Dorcas come hither, (as I stood at the stair-head,) in a horrible rage, and out of breath, cried I. In sight came the trembling devil--but standing aloof, from the report made her by Will.
The queer little pig that Mr. Harry had christened "Daddy Longlegs," had been washed, and he lay on his heap of straw in the corner of his neat little pen, and surveyed his clean trough and abundance of food with the air of a prince.
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But about Steinmeyer, you know.
Who does not know the Mahomedan quarters of the city of Bombay, with their serried ranks of many-storeyed mansions extending as far as eye can reach?
Bar // Sinister Sir Nicholas Strelleye John Byron, of Clayton = Alice (inherited by gift, knighted by Elizabeth, 1579).
GARIBALDI, and MAZZINI, and HYACINTHE, STROSSMEYER, DOLLINGER, DUPANLOUP, and CUMMING, all together!
Marry Sir, heere's my drift, And I belieue it is a fetch of warrant: Sidenote: of wit, You laying these slight sulleyes on my Sonne, Sidenote: sallies As 'twere a thing a little soil'd i'th'working: Sidenote: soiled with working, Marke you your party in conuerse; him you would sound, Hauing euer seene.
He had been a scholar of Theophrastus: his passion for the women brought infamy upon him: he was squinteyed, and very lively.
IV One morning in June, five years later, a black man limped slowly along the old Lumberton plank road; a tall man, whose bowed shoulders made him seem shorter than he was, and a face from which it was difficult to guess his years, for in it the wrinkles and flabbiness of age were found side by side with firm white teeth, and eyes not sunken,--eyes bloodshot, and burning with something, either fever or passion.
where, I mean, I did encounter that obscene and most prepost'rous event that draweth from my snow-white pen the ebon-coloured ink which here thou viewest, beholdest, surveyest, or seest.
+Sweyen+, v. to sway, to go, walk, pass, SkD, HD; +sweighen+, SD; +sweghen+, SkD; +sweande+, pr.
A fairer face you would not see in a day's journey; her smooth skin, not too white, but of a rich creamy tint,--eyes brown and inclined to be dreamy,--her hair chestnut and wavy,--a figure rather below the medium size, but with full, graceful lines,--these, joined with a gentle nature and a certain tremulous sensibility, constituted a divinity that it was surely no sin to worship.