RULE IX.--FINAL E. "Adjectives ending in able signify capacity; as, comfortable, tenable, improvable.
RULE IX.--FINITE VERBS.
Our Mr. Goader has been round among the hands that do the light jobbing,--finds several ready to undertake the contract, at say 75c. @
Footnote I: In the north of Persia the dead are buried in a shroud of dark-blue cloth, which is, oddly enough, called in the Persian language, a kaffin.
------------------------------------------------------------------------ Ant Mor Khar Ashes P=ur Hiss Barley O S=ar Boy Bachak M=ar Cold Sara Yakt Copper Rod Miss Day Roch D=eh Dog Kuchak Kuchik Earth Duniah Daghar Fire Ach Kh=aka Flower P=ul P=ul Gold Tila Kisun Heavy Giran Kolui To eat Waraga Kuning To kill Kushaja Kasfing To bring Araga Atning To see Guidaga Khanning APPENDIX D TEMPERATURE (FAHRENHEIT) BETWEEN SONMIANI AND QUETTA, BALUCHISTAN.
Devout was my intent; I haunted meetings, Used zealous greetings, Crept full of devotion; Smectymnuus won me first, then holy Nye prevail, Then Captain Kiffin slops me with John of Leyden’s tail, Then Fox and Naylor bangs me with Jacob Beamond’s flail.
Kherrfin ya summa" ("Tell us a story"), they say, and she begins the long series of the exploits of Ah Di Douan.
Yet these are admirable of their kind--"muffin-tales" is my own name for them, of just the length to hold your attention for a solitary tea-hour and each with some novelty of idea or distinction in treatment that makes the next page worth turning.
By Harry Anable Kniffin THE GET-AWAY.
I shall soon have the pleasure of laying before you documents to establish the complete chain of evidence, from knifing of original subject of your inquiries right up to date.
But the follies of Kyffin had roused a feeling against the English that was not likely to be allayed by Gyfford, who exceeded Kyffin in dishonesty and imprudence.
I had still not started eating vegetables like ladyfinger and brinjal.
"I remember we had great luck that other time, when we discovered that the men who broke into Leffingwell's place were hiding in that old cabin up in the woods.
A good many little cubs, as well as a few ole Bears, have been gobbled up by your confounded efforts at runnin' up gold, while you grin and chuckle like the laffin' hyena, when ransackin' Navy Yards and whisky distilleries.
I could not help but laffing, Ooh, aha-ha ..." From a throat of tin, it mocked them insanely with squealing, black-hearted guffaws.
The plot was discovered by Lafin; and although Henri wished to pardon him, he was executed (1602, aged 40).
"I was good-natered ag'in by that time, an' I sez, larfin' along with her, 'Waal, I've got three mittens, but I guess I might's waal hev 'nother, and that will make two pair complete.
WHAT THE DEUCE ARE YOU LARFING AT?"
He raves perpetually about "greenfields," "jaunty streams," and "o'er-arching leafiness," exactly as a Cheapside shop-keeper does about the beauties of his box on the Camberwell road.
There was shrubbery in flower inside the iron fence and some of the trees had been leafing out that day and the air was very still and sweet.
How well you're looking to-night, Miss Leffingwell'--that'll be my nearest approach to unguarded personalities.
John Hall Wheelock Voyage \a l'Infini.
Footnote 9: Zwangmaessige Lichtempfindungen durch Schall und verwandte Erscheinungen, von E. Bleuler und K. Lehmann.
"Iss she not lifing?"
I screamed, and--lo!--Infinity Came down and settled over me; Forced back my scream into my chest, Bent back my arm upon my breast, And, pressing of the Undefined The definition on my mind, Held up before my eyes a glass Through which my shrinking sight did pass Until it seemed I must behold Immensity made manifold; Whispered to me a word whose sound Deafened the air for worlds around, And brought unmuffled to my ears The gossiping of friendly spheres, The creaking of the tented sky, The ticking of Eternity.
I begun tew see what kep' me loafin' tew hum so much, sence aunt was took daown; why I wan't in no hurry tew git them other gals, an' haow I come tew pocket my mittens so easy arfter the fust rile was over.
But you'll find lots more loafing about the place all day, reading Tauchnitz novels, and watching people on the Matterhorn through the telescope.
I remain with cordial Affections, your ever lofing Friend, Davyth ap Shenkyn.
Keeping off in the intervals to fill the mainsail, and luffing into the combers, they worked their way across the dangerous stretch.
By Ralph Van Deman Magoffin & Margaret Young Henry. (
She also complained that Mr. Macfinlay had been so punctilious about preparing the deed of gift, and that it was a great pity the L100,000 could not just pass from her hands to mine without so much fuss.
Yah, massa,--nuffin harm Ol' Cap in water; spec he born to die in galluses; had nuff chance to be in glory, ef 'twasn't.
--Dangerous Teachings.--James Martineau.--Fine Moral Sense.--Conflict between Feeling and Conviction.--Safe Instincts.--Thomas Fowler.-- Higher Expediency of Veracity.--Importance to General Good.--Leslie Stephen.--Duty of Veracity Result of Moral Progress.--Kant and Fichte.--Jacobi Misrepresented.--False Assumptions by Advocates of Lie of Necessity.--Enemies in Warfare not Justified in Lying.--Testimony of Cicero.--Macaulay on Lord Clive's Treachery.--Woolsey on International Law.--No Place for Lying in Medical Ethics.--Opinions and Experiences of Physicians.--Pliny's Story of Roman Matron.--Victor Hugo's Sister Simplice.--Words of Abbe Sicard.--Tact and Principle.--Legal Ethics.--Whewell's View.--Opinion of Chief-Justice Sharswood.--Mistakes of Dr. Hodge.--Lord Brougham's Claim.--False Charge against Charles Phillips.--Chancellor Kent on Moral Obligations in Law and in Equity.--Clerical Profession Chiefly Involved.--Clergymen for and against Lying.--Temptation to Lies of Love.--Supreme Importance of Sound Principle.--Duty of Veracity to Lower Animals.--Dr.
It does not follow that because men will some day have this enormous power over themselves, physically and mentally, that they will necessarily make themselves horrible--even by our present standards quite a lot of us would be all the slenderer and more active and graceful for "Metchnikoffing"--nor does surgery exhaust the available methods.
Maternity.--Confinements not being uncommon, it was necessary to establish a maternity ward.
Hudibras has had many imitators, not the least successful of whom was the American John Trumbull, in his revolutionary satire, M'Fingal, some couplets of which are generally quoted as Butler's, as, for example, No man e'er felt the halter draw With good opinion of the law.
Taxes under the Roman Rule.--Money Exactions of the Merovingian Kings.--Varieties of Money.--Financial Laws under Charlemagne.--Missi Dominici.--Increase of Taxes owing to the Crusades.--Organization of Finances by Louis IX.--Extortions of Philip le Bel.--Pecuniary Embarrassaient of his Successors.--Charles V. re-establishes Order in Finances.--Disasters of France under Charles VI.,
The Meaning of Infancy, Fiske, Houghton, Mifffin Co., Boston.
My only neighbors are de remittance men, who iss more mischiefing as wicked.
He then turned to his own, to the germs of life that still awaited birth, to knit their joints, to attach the tendons, to mould the muscles,--finally, to sway the limbs by a mighty will.
Mix well and bake in greased and floured muffin pans 20 minutes at 450 degrees F. MAPLE CHARLOTTE Soak 1 tablespoon gelatin in 2 tablespoons cold water.
Short of muffing my fellowship I'm with you always.... Will it be an American trotter?"
She was sitting by the tea things, the cups and teapot warmed, the muffins in the fender keeping hot, all ready for his return, when she realized quite abruptly that this thing which took him off, which kept him out so many hours day after day, this thing that was against her own little will and instincts--was enormous as the sea.
D.S. Muffins.--The correspondent who, in No.
Pray, Sir Richard, may I eat a muffin?"--"Yes, Madam, the best thing you can take.
Florence Dombey and Walter Gay, as Mr. and Mrs. Gay-Dombey, actually survive well into the present book, while Sir HARRY JOHNSTON'S Eustace Morven, who tells us that he has reverted to the ancient spelling of his name, is the son of Harriet Carker and that hazel-eyed bachelor, Mr. Morfin, who lived and loved in Dombey and Son.
"'Deed, marsa captain, I don no noffin 'tall, I--I hain't been to de crick fo' a monf.