Putnam, I.W., as minister, ~1~, 213 Quarantine, M. evades French (1831), ~1~, 402-405 Quincy, Josiah, at memorial services to M., ~2~, 516 Raasloff, Capt. ----,
A fierce yell greeted the reaeppearance of Radcliff in front of the Patent Office.
The Hobo, my dear fellow, is the name for that particular place of detention in city and county jails wherein are assembled tramps, drunks, beggars, and the riff-raff of petty offenders.
Thomsen, of Copenhagen, who deciphered them (Dechiffrement des Inscriptions de l'Orkhon et de l'Ienissei, Copenhague, 1894, 8vo; Inscriptions de l'Orkhon dechiffrees, par V. Thomsen, Helsingfors, 1894, 8vo), and Professor W. Radloff of St. Petersburg (Atlas der Alterthumer der Mongolei, 1892-6, fol.;
You leave French, or the half-Latin Rumanian language, for a Slavic speech, and the Cyrillic, or Russian, alphabet; names ending in "sco" or "ano" (Ionesco, Filipesco, Bratiano) for names ending in "off" (Radoslavoff, Malinoff, Ghenadieff, Antinoff, and the like), and all the show and vivacity, the cafes and cocottes of Bucarest, for a clean little mountain capital as determined and serious as some new town out West.
The Rakraanoff ruby. (
Ragmuff drifted one troutling and sundry chubby chub down to nip our hooks.
His investigation of the case of the man with the shaven skull afforded an instance of this, and even more notable was his first meeting with Major Jack Ragstaff of the Cavalry Club, a meeting which took place after the office had been closed, but which led to the unmasking of perhaps the most cunning murderer in the annals of crime.
The first intimation that Koltchak had of these conspiracies was a code message from General Evanoff Renoff to General Beloff, General Bolderoff's Chief of Staff, which unfolded many of the aspirations of these men, and showed their objects to be exclusively personal.
Enter RICHARD, in pomp, as KING; BUCKINGHAM, CATESBY, RATCLIFF, LOVEL, a PAGE, and others KING RICHARD.
From sea; our shipp last night in the great storme Cast on these rocks and split; this the fyrst place Exposed unto our eyes to begge releiff.
I've done that little voyage to Madagascar when the sea was like so much burning oil, and the sky like so much burning brass, and the fo'castle as nigh a hell as ever fo'castle was in a calm; I've done it when we came sneaking into port with nigh about every spar gone and pumps going night and day; and I've done it with a drunken captain on starvation rations,--duff that a dog on land wouldn't have touched and two teaspoonfuls of water to the day,--but someways or other, of all the times we headed for the East Shore I don't seem to remember any quite as distinct as this.
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This year, however, when Acton went, as usual, to the library to formally ask permission that the celebration should take place, he met with a terrible rebuff.
--Rebuff, for rebuff, Sir!--If you fly, I'll tear!--If you swear, I'll curse!--And the same room, and the same bed, shall not hold us, Sir!- For, remember, I am married, Sir!--I am a wife, Sir!--You can't help yourself, Sir!--Your honour, as well as your peace, is in my keeping!
Overhead, their great fan leaves form a groined roof, compared with which that of St. Mary Redcliff, or even of King's College, is as clumsy as all man's works are beside the works of God; and beyond the Moriche wood, ostrich plumes packed close round madder-brown stems, formed a wall to our temple, which bore such tracery, carving, painting, as would have stricken dumb with awe and delight him who ornamented the Loggie of the Vatican.
See Fowler, Roman Festivals, p. 96 and reff.
J.F. Reiff in Tuebingen: System of the Determinations of the Will, 1842; K. Chr.
Translations by David G. Rempel & Gertrude Rendtorff.
This day we employed ourselves in repairing our pack-saddles, which it was found necessary to restuff, as they had been padded with coarse rushes; the saddle-bags had been torn to pieces, and the repairs of these required more time than could be afforded in an evening's bivouac.
I tried to find a railway official; but I might almost as well have looked for a flea in a flower-garden--no badges, no distinctive marks, the station full of all the riff-raff of the town;--it was hopeless.
It was extraordinary--the assurance and deadly intent of this riffraff gang of tramp labor-agitators.
Harry Rogoff (A); 20Dec57; R204447.
The hero was Rezanoff, an officer of high repute, sent by Russia in 1806 to inspect its establishment at the port of Sitka, Alaska.
The four corners of the room were occupied respectively by a turning-lathe, a Rhumkorff Coil, a small steam-engine and an orrery in stately motion.
Romanzoff, Orloff, the Empress Elizabeth, and the Emperor Alexander himself gave her distinguished honors and hospitalities, and she saw and recorded their greatness, and abandoned herself to pleasures which were new.
"'I've learned that this man Rolanoff is a scoundrel,' says he.
"The English Face," by six university professors; Frischeisen-Koehler (Berlin); Jastrow (Berlin); von der Goltz (Greifswald); Roloff (Giessen); Valentin (Freiburg); von Liszt (Berlin).
Another group was appointed to wait upon Nicholas II and tell him that henceforth he was not the Czar of all the Russias, but plain Nicholas Romanoff.
The metropolitan Leontius formed the first five dioceses, and appointed Joachim of Cherson to be Bishop of Novgorod, Theodorus of Rostoff, Neophytus of Chernigoff, Stephen the Volhynian of Vladimir, and Nicetas of Belgorod.
He interviewed General Rosanoff and the Staff generally, and discovered that after the fall of Samara the Bolshevik army moved rapidly towards Ufa, and the Directorate became so alarmed that they demanded some definite policy from the Commander-in-Chief as to how he proposed to deal with this menace.
"Now how it came about that on his discharge he was allowed to live in a town--call it a village, rather--a haven, at any rate--where for a couple of napoleons he might have found a boat any night of the week to smuggle him over to Roscoff, is more than I can tell you.
Gustav Roskoff, Das Religionswesen der Rohesten Naturvoelker, Leipzig, 1880.
Book by Jack McGowan and Joseph R. Gousha, melodies by Charles Rosoff, lyrics by Jack McGowan.
by Michael Ivanovich Rostovtzeff.
Herr SCHAEFF, writing in the Taegliche Rundschau on the spiritual grandeur of Germany, declares that the degradation of her enemies will not prevent her doing honour to those dauntless men who in enemy and neutral countries have stood for truth and actualities.
and Marcel Rouff.
In 1851, Ruhmkorff constructed an induction coil so greatly improved, by the careful insulation of its secondary circuit, that he could obtain from it torrents of long sparks in ordinary air.
1998, (http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue312/barbrook/) 3 Douglas Rushkoff, Cyeria: Life in the Trenches of Hyperspace, (Flamingo, 1994) 4 Wired Magazine, Jul 1997 (see http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/5.07/longboompr.html) OPEN ACCESS LICENCE This is the full text of the Demos open access licence which encourages the circulation of our work under certain copyright conditions.
General Sakharoff's forces continued furious, attacks along the entire line in the Dobrudja.
Drawings by G. Sapojnikoff.
The difference between xariff or sariff and amir is this: the former is given to the blood successors of Mahomet, and the latter to those who maintain his religious faith.--Selden, Titles of Honor, vi.
The next call was at Bogotol, where, under instructions from Consul Peacock, I inquired into the imprisonment of an Australian subject named Savinoff.
Did General Savoff act on his own responsibility?
Von Schellendorff says on this subject: "The principle strictly followed throughout the German Service of reducing all Staffs to the smallest possible dimensions is moreover vindicated by restricting every Staff to what is absolutely necessary, and by not attaching to every Army, Army Corps and Divisional Staff representatives of all the various branches and departments according to any fixed rule.
Wheresor'er I turn my view, All is strange, yet nothing new; Endless labour all along, Endless labour to be wrong; Phrase that time hath flung away, Uncouth words in disarray, Trick'd in antique ruff and bonnet, Ode, and elegy, and sonnet.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: Plays A Protegee of the Mistress; Poverty Is No Crime; Sin and Sorrow Are Common to All; It's a Family Affair--We'll Settle It Ourselves Author: Alexander Ostrovsky Release Date: January 15, 2004 EBook #10722 Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PLAYS *** Produced by Keren Vergon, Lazar Liveanu and PG Distributed Proofreaders PLAYS BY ALEXANDER OSTROVSKY A PROTEGEE OF THE MISTRESS POVERTY IS NO CRIME SIN AND SORROW ARE COMMON TO ALL IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR--WE'LL SETTLE IT OURSELVES A TRANSLATION FROM THE RUSSIAN, EDITED BY GEORGE RAPALL NOYES 1917 PREFATORY NOTE The following persons have co-operated in preparing the present volume: Leonard Bacon (verses in "Poverty Is No Crime"), Florence Noyes (suggestions on the style of all the plays), George Rapall Noyes (introduction, revision of the translation, and suggestions on the style of all the plays), Jane W. Robertson ("Poverty Is No Crime"), Minnie Eline Sadicoff ("Sin and Sorrow Are Common to All"), John Laurence Seymour ("It's a Family Affair--We'll Settle It Ourselves" and "A Protegee of the Mistress").