Amazed and touched, scarcely realizing this actuality, Duane gave his hand and felt no unmistakable grip of warmth.
Whereas they be like so many horseleeches, hungry, griping, corrupt, covetous, avaritice mancipia, ravenous as wolves, for as Tully writes: qui praeest prodest, et qui pecudibus praeest, debet eorum utilitati inservire: or such as prefer their private before the public good.
The rest are these, beside fear and sorrow, "sharp belchings, fulsome crudities, heat in the bowels, wind and rumbling in the guts, vehement gripings, pain in the belly and stomach sometimes, after meat that is hard of concoction, much watering of the stomach, and moist spittle, cold sweat, importunus sudor, unseasonable sweat all over the body," as Octavius Horatianus lib.
ENDNOTES: (1) Called "Gripir" in the Edda.
Her neck was no bigger than a gripman's wrist and she had a nose that stood right out from her face almost an eighth of an inch.
He gazed at her; he spoke--and she Stuck out at him a small tongue's tip: The family doctor old was he, And she--he said she had la grippe.
She gripped her hands together a little more tightly. "
His fingers gripper her arm and she stopped, ready to scream with the pain of it.
It is called 'grippers'.
Within five paces of me there was a great fish, as long pretty nigh as the spar that I was grippin'.
he cried, gripping the other's arm.
Earthquakes swallow up this mercantile city and its "gripple merchants," as Drayton hath it, "born to be the curse of this brave isle"!
It consists in leaving a few apples, which are called the gripples, on every tree, after the general gathering, for the boys, who go with climbing-poles and bags to collect them."
I hear that "the custom of grippling, which may be called apple-gleaning, is, or was formerly, practised in Herefordshire.
I may add, at the risk of sarcasm for the vanity, that in proof of his mellowed temper towards me, besides the kind frankness with which he received my friend, as already mentioned, he sent me word, by the Earl of Blesinton, that he had read my novel of The Entail three times, and thought the old Leddy Grippy one of the most living-like heroines he had ever met with.
The neighbors had gone, leaving Kurt rich in bushels of wheat, and richer for the hearty farewells and the grips of horny hands.
The gripsack which he carried grew strangely heavy, and he felt faint and weary.
And the man hugged me thus for an horrid time, the while that I did hold off from me the brutish face, and gript very savage into the haired throat.
--A wrestling match.--Incidents of the struggle.--Description of a match between a Brahmin and a blacksmith.--Sparring for the grip.--The blacksmith has it.--The struggle.--The Brahmin getting the worst of it.--Two to one on the little 'un!--The Brahmin plays the waiting game, turns the tables and the blacksmith.--Remarks on wrestling.
Look but on Gripus and Gripus' wife."
a, The screw, with a fine-cut thread; b, nut which travels along it; c, a hollow thimble into which the screw passes at one end, the other being cut out V-shaped to catch into a slot (d) on the shoe; e, e, the gripA for the bars, the length and direction of which depend upon the shape of the foot; f, f, the counter-sunk rivets forming the hinge (f'); g, the counter-sunk rivet of the expanding piece.
Learn this, brother, We live not to be grip'd by meaner persons.
At this his worship grip’d his beard, And in an angry mood, Swore by the laws of chivalry That blood required blood.
Thou needst na gripe me so, thou rogue; I am going wherever she goes."
+Bi-gripen+, v. to seize, MD; +be-gripe+, pp.,
The faithful Indian woman remained with his child through the night, while he, with bare head, and hands griped together, paced backward and forward until the morrow's sun had risen.
S2,H. +Um-gripen+, v. to surround; +vm-griped+, pt.
It is too long to quote here in full, but I will give a few stanzas:-- Nor lett the Gentry grudge to goe Into the places where they grew, Butt thinke them blest they may doe so: Who would pursue The smoaky gloryes of the Towne, That might goe till his Native Earth And by the shineing fyre sitt downe Of his own hearth; Free from the gripeing Scriv'ners bands And the more biteing Mercers bookes, Free from the bayte of oyled hands And painted lookes?
AIRY (Sir George), a man of fortune, in love with Miran'da, the ward of sir Francis Gripe.--Mrs.
s., MD; +grop+, MD; +gripen+, pl.,
Then everything was seized by the gripers, my son Jason, to his shame be it spoken, among them.
Had I this cheek To bathe my lips upon; this hand, whose touch, Whose every touch, would force the feeler's soul To th' oath of loyalty; this object, which Takes prisoner the wild motion of mine eye, Fixing it only here; should I, damn'd then, Slaver with lips as common as the stairs That mount the Capitol; join gripes with hands Made hard with hourly falsehood- falsehood as With labour; then by-peeping in an eye Base and illustrious as the smoky light That's fed with stinking tallow- it were fit That all the plagues of hell should at one time Encounter such revolt.
One quick, strong gripe,--the poor, weak hands were thrown up, a soft gasp and a slight spasm, and it was done.
They had brought Chouart's big brown dog, Gripette, down from the Sheldrake to meet him; and after the meeting was over and Gripette had been revived with a bucket of water, everybody, except Chouart, appeared to be in good humour.
Greek: O moi ego ti patho; ti ho dussuos; ouch hypakoueis; Tan Baitan apodus eis kumata taena aleumai Homer tos thunnos skopiazetai Olpis ho gripeus.
THE GRIP.--Grasp the stock as high as possible with the thumb and last three fingers, the forefinger alongside the trigger guard, the thumb extended along the stock.
I have pass'd a wilderness Of most mischievous and miserable distress; Sharp brambles, sharp briars, and terrible scratchers, Bears, wolves, apes, lions, most ravening snatchers, Thorns, thistles, and nettles, most horrible stingers, Ravens, gripes and griphons.
This is a riddle (logos, a word, and griphos, a riddle) in which a word is made to undergo several changes.
Prepared by these adventures, he gets Guthorm to join him (how or why the peace between him and Swipdag was broken, we know not), and they attack their father's slayer, but are defeated, though Woden sunk Asmund Swipdag's son's ship, Grio, at Hlessey, and Wainhead and Hardgrip his daughter fought for Hadding.
From this ghostly counselling, Jim turned to me; and though he never got beyond the explosive utterance of my name and one fierce handgrip, communicated some of his own emotion, like a charge of electricity, to his best man.
He smiles, nods, lifts his trolley by its decaying rubber handgrips.
This rule applies to derivatives, but not to compounds: thus, we write merciful, and mercy-seat; penniless, and pennyworth; scurviness, and scurvy-grass; &c. But ladyship and goodyship, being unlike secretariship and suretiship; handicraft and handiwork, unlike handygripe and handystroke; babyship and babyhood, unlike stateliness and likelihood; the distinction between derivatives and compounds, we see, is too nice a point to have been always accurately observed.
Among the innocent recreations of the fireside, there are few more commendable and practicable than those afforded by what are severally termed Anagrams, Arithmorems, Single and Double Acrostics, Buried Cities, &c., Charades, Conundrums, Cryptographs, Enigmas, Logogriphs, Puzzles, Rebuses, Riddles, Transpositions, &c. Of these there are such a variety, that they are suited to every capacity; and they present this additional attraction, that ingenuity may be exercised in the invention of them, as well as in their solution.
Edictum Rotharis, 188: si puella libera aut vidua sine voluntate parentum ad maritum ambulaverit, liberum tamen, tunc maritus, qui eam acceperit uxorem, componat pro anagrip solidos XX et propter faidam alios XX.
A railgrip, made to act at the curves as well as on the straight portions of the rail by being attached to a radial arm fixed to the under frame, assists the stability of the scaffold where required, but the gauge of the rails is altered to render the scaffold more or less stable according to its height.