When I think of the times I've sat in this room of an evening, and seen your husband come in, ma'am, with his battered hat nigh falling off the back of his head, and stuffed with papers that won't go into his pockets, and god-darning some rascal who'd done him about an assignment or a trespass, I can't think he's going up there into the eyes of the world.
At two she made a little toilette for dinner, and was employed on numberless household darnings and mendings in the long evenings while her sisters giggled over the jingling piano.
"Incarnation of Justice," was the reply, "it was the Daroga Babu (Sub-Inspector of Police) who frightened me into making a confession.
The Darogaji is mistaken."
STORY OF LYDIA DARRAGH.
Darraign your battle, for they are at hand.
He was buried in the Duomo, on the north side of the choir, and was to have reposed beneath a sumptuous monument made under his own instructions, with frescoes by Taddeo Gaddi and Giuliano d'Arrigo; but something intervened, and Uccello's fresco was used instead, and this, some sixty years ago, was transferred to canvas and moved to the position in which it now is seen.
Why, you are growne a desperatt darringe rouge, A roaugue of noyse and clamor, are you not?
HORN, MADELINE DARROUGH.
That he was not too absorbed in these lectures to bring his great powers to bear upon topics of the day is shown by the fact that before their publication was completed he brought out his work on Trichinae (Darstellung der Lehre von den Trichinen, 1864).
In der Beilage zum Memoire heisst es: Vor dem Empfangssaal des serbischen Kriegsministeriums befinden sich an der Wand vier allegorische Bilder, von denen drei Darstellungen serbischer Kriegserfolge sind, waehrend das vierte die Verwirklichung der monarchiefeindlichen Tendenzen Serbiens versinnbildlicht.
Fear nothing, my little one," said a dirty unshaven gentleman with the laughing eyes of d'Artagnan, "we shall bite their heads off.
"Well," he continues, "if I had the honor to be Simon Hart, the engineer, I should reason as follows: 'Given, on the one hand, the personality of Ker Karraje, the reasons which incited him to select such a mysterious retreat as this cavern, the necessity of the said cavern being kept from any attempt to discover it, not only in the interest of the Count d'Artigas, but in that of his companions--'" "Of his accomplices, if you please."
Who and what is the Count d'Artigas?--second question.
A few months later she became Madame d'Artigou; they say she gave her husband no affection, and that her heart was still, and always, Liszt's; while in his heart she was for ever niched as the young Madonna of his life.
But as the three young men were darting off to propagandize, Nana shouted after them: "You know I don't want to have anything to do with her; I don't for the world!
The woman had swept past me, and was whispering, with many shakes of her head and dartings of her hands, into the Prince's ear.
Retort not so abstrusly.--Will you disdain The good of honour, condiscend to me And youthfull write me, lady, in your stile, And to each thread of thy sun-daseling hair Ile hang a pearle as orient as the gemmes The eastern Queenes doe boast of.
I vow, that if you offer to contend one moment with me, I will treat thee to the same fare as I did the mastiff;" and when he found it was not done, he arose, seized him by the legs, and dashing him against the wall, actually beat his brains out, showing even more rage than against the poor mastiff.
She read to her mother fragments, bright, gossipy remarks in Gratton's clever way of saying them; she wrote a long, dashingly composed answer.
And girls like men with some GO to 'em--SOME sort of dashingness, anyhow!
are good lines, but must spoil the whole with me, who know it is only a fiction of yours, and that the "rude dashings" did in fact not "rock me to repose."
When war broke out the "Dashnaktzagan"--the Armenian parliamentary party in the Ottoman Empire--were in congress at Erzerum.
The Dasknaktzagan had always worked with the Young Turks in internal politics, but they refused to join them in this aggressive venture.
Des Altenn Ritterlichenn spils des Schachzabels, gruentlich bedeutung vund klarer bericht, dasselbig kuenstlich zuziehenn vund spilen.
That which lies beyond the boundary, the "how are they possible" (Wiemoeglichkeit) of things in themselves is shrouded in darkness, but the boundary itself, i.e., the "that they are possible" (Dassmoeglichkeit), of things in themselves, and the unknowableness of their nature, belongs to that which is within the boundary and lies in the light.
See now Albright's remarks on abunnatu in the Revue d'Assyriologie 16, pp.
And if they put him to the torture, will he, Will he, that dastardling, have strength enough-- WALLENSTEIN (lost in thought).
I remember one night at the beginning of the year, when we were keeping watch together among the snows at Col d'Astiago, with the sky cold and clear and full of stars, and when he and I talked in complete understanding and agreement of the waste of war and the deeper purposes of life and the need to build up a better world.
Wherefore let these trust the impartial Pictet, who freely admits, that, "in the absence of sufficient direct proofs to justify the possibility of his hypothesis, Mr. Darwin relies upon indirect proofs, the bearing of which is real and incontestable"; who concedes that "his theory accords very well with the great facts of comparative anatomy and zooelogy,--comes in admirably to explain unity of composition of organisms, also to explain rudimentary and representative organs, and the natural series of genera and species,--equally corresponds with many palaeontological data,--agrees well with the specific resemblances which exist between two successive faunas, with the parallelism which is sometimes observed between the series of palaeontological succession and of embryonal development," etc.;
The weather is cooler, with a great deal of wind, raising and darkening the sky with sand; even among the dategroves our eyes and noses were like so many sand-quarries.
She came to know of many things: of "dates"--vulgar enough affairs many of them appeared to be.
It is now agreed unanimously by all who have studied the facts that the Pentateuch was put together from a number of different documents of different ages, the earliest dating from the ninth, the last from the fifth, century B.C.; and there are later minor additions.
Francois Hedelin, Abbe D'Aubignac, a famous critic and champion of the theatre, was born at Paris, 4 August, 1604.
To reach the salons of semi-literary and semi-fashionable people, where rank and wealth were balanced by wit, became the desire of the young Mademoiselle d'Aubigne.
They enclosed petitions from nailmakers and other smiths, shipmasters, shipowners, and shipwrights, from which it would appear that the iron imported from foreign parts was brittle and useless; and being themselves unable to judge accurately of the quality of iron, they directed the Lord Mayor to take the evidence of the Master and some of the Wardens of the Blacksmiths', Ironmongers', and Carpenters' Companies, of the Master and some of the Brethren of the Trinity House, and of any others that he might think fit to consult: after hearing the evidence, he was to draw up a statement of his own views and return Daubigny's petition.
In such rooms had the destitute widow of the poet Scarron been housed when she had first been brought to court by Madame de Montespan as the governess of the royal children, and in such rooms she still dwelt, now that she had added to her maiden Francoise d'Aubigny the title of Marquise de Maintenon, with the pension and estate which the king's favour had awarded her.
The other, the Frenchman Bertrand, was a quiet, slim gentleman, who was some kin to the murdered D'Aubignys.
13:12 Lo, when the wall is fallen, shall it not be said unto you, Where is the daubing wherewith ye have daubed it?
the epithets 'divine' and 'heavenly' which have so often been applied to thee are now transferred to miserable daubings with oil and clay.
Henri Auguste de Lomenie, Comte de Brienne, was the son of Antoine de Lomenie and of Anne d'Aubourg, and was born in 1594.
When daudling diligences drag Their lumbering length along no more-- That odd anomaly!--or wag Gon call'd, or coach--a misnomer-- That Cerberus three-bodied!
On the 25th of June, we came to Daug, where I saw a monument which resembled that of Queen Zobiede in Baghdad.
Who knows not Circ~e, The daugh -ter of the sun?
28:2 Arise, go to Padanaram, to the house of Bethuel thy mother’s father; and take thee a wife from thence of the daughers of Laban thy mother’s brother.
With drawings by James Daugherty.
"I mean dad guardian of you' daughteh godd to fine 'er now one 'uzban'; an' noboddie are hable to do dad egceb de good God 'imsev.