Therefore, if thou escape from these dark places, And come to rebehold the beauteous stars, When it shall pleasure thee to say, 'I was,' See that thou speak of us unto the people."
Dr. Reinhold Koehler of Weimar explains once for all the enigmatical letters at the end of the play:--"The line denotes: Nella fidelta finiro la vita.
Gassendi, on the other hand, recognizes an immaterial, immortal reason, traces the origin of the world, its marvelous arrangement, and the beginning of motion back to God, and, since the Bible so teaches, believes the earth to be at rest,--holding that, for this reason, the decision must be given in favor of Tycho Brahe and against Copernicus, although the hypothesis of the latter affords the simpler and, scientifically, the more probable explanation.
One meaning for that word is "legitimate" ebook ventures, that is to say, rightsholder-authorized editions of the texts of books, released in a proprietary, use-restricted format, sometimes for use on a general-purpose PC and sometimes for use on a special-purpose hardware device like the nuvoMedia Rocketbook ROCKETBOOK.
King Oscar also tried to heal the wounds of the past by opening the vaults of the church of Riddarholm to the sarcophagi of Gustavus IV, the exiled king, and his son, and by giving Queen Carola of Saxony, the only living granddaughter of Gustavus, repeated proofs of esteem and considerate distinction.
Bedient and Ritchold got together beautifully.
Riedel, O. Riehl, A. Riemann Riezler, S. Right, see Law Rio, J.S. del Ritschl, A. Ritter, H. Rixner Robertson, G.C. Robinet Robinet, J.B. Rocholl Roeder Rohmer, F. Romagnosi, G. Romanes, G.J. Romanticists, the Romundt, H. Roscher Roese, F. Rosenkrantz, W. Rosenkranz, K. Rosmini, A. Rothe, R. Rousseau, J.J. system of Royce, J. Ruediger Ruge, A. Ruge, S. Ruysbroek Sahlin St. Martin, L.C. Saint Simon, H. de Saisset, E. Sanchez, Francis Schaarschmidt, C. Schaeffle, E.F. Schaller Schaerer, E. Schasler, M. Scheffler Scheibler Schelling, F.W.J. (von) system of immediate followers of and Hegel See also J.G. Fichte, Hegel, Kant, Spinoza Schelver Schematism, Kant's Schiller Schindler, C. Schlegel, F. Schleicher, A. Schleiden Schleiermacher, F.D.E. system of Schmid, E. Schmid, Leopold Schmidkunz, H. Schmid-Schwarzenberg Schmidt, K. Schmidt, L. Schmidt, O. Schneider, C.M. Schneider, G. Schneider, G.H. Schneider, O. Schoenlank Schopenhauer, A. and Kant system of followers of Schoppe (Scioppius) Schubert, F.W. Schubert, G.H. Schubert-Soldern, R. von Schuller, H. Schultze, Fritz Schulz, J. Schulze, G.E. (Aenesidemus-Schulze) Schuppe, W. Schurman, J.G. Schuetz Schwarz, H. Schwarz, G.E. Schwegler, A. Schwenckfeld Scottish School, the Selby-Bigge Semi-Hegelians, the Semi-Kantians, the Semler Sengler, J. Sennert, D. Sensation a source of knowledge in Locke and in Hume the sole source of knowledge in Condillac Leibnitz's view of See also Rationalism and Empiricism, Sensationalism Sensationalism in Hobbes in modern thought in general of Locke of Condillac of Bonnet of Helvetius of La Mettrie of Holbach in Italy of Feuerbach of the German positivists See also Empiricism, Experience, Sensation Sergi, G. Seth, A. Seydel, R. Seyfarth Shaftesbury Sherlock, T. Sibbern, F.C. Siber Siciliani, P. Sidgwick, H. Sidney, Algernon Siebeck Sigwart, Chr.
That engineer from the town, good man--better perhaps, if he had not discovered the lad in his youth and taken him up to make something out of him; the child had lost his roothold, and suffered thereby.
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Among them are: Samfundets Stoetter, "The Pillars of Society," Et Dukkehjem, "A Doll's House," Gengangere, "Ghosts," En Folkefiende, "An Enemy of the People," Rosmerholm, Fruenn fra Havet, "The Lady from the Sea," Little Eyolf, Bymester Solnes, "Masterbuilder Solnes," John Gabriel Borkman, and the latest and most-talked-about, Hedda Gabler.
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Hauptmann's Weavers certainly cannot be called a piece of dramatic architecture, like Rosmersholm or Iris; but that does not mean that it is a mere rambling series of tableaux.
Their master pointed them to Jesus, and said--"Behold the Lamb of God."
Harry marries Sophia Freelove, and both father and son are saved from ruin.--Holcroft, The Road to Euin (1792).
"Oh, boy," she said--"Edwin!"--holding to his forearm with fingers that tightened into it.
The sunset glow fell full upon her face,-- A rich, dark oval, crowned with raven hair; Her lustrous eyes were shrines of tenderness, Large, dark, profound, and tremulously bright, And fringed by lashes of the deepest hue, Which swept the downy smoothness of her cheek; While her full lips, inimitably arched And exquisitely mobile, told her thoughts, Ere their soft motion framed them into speech; Divinely there had Beauty set her seal; As who should say,--"Behold a perfect type Of southern loveliness, in whose warm veins The blood of good, ancestral stock runs pure, Maintained through centuries of Spanish suns."
Custance, a gay and rich widow, whom Ralph Roister Doister wishes to marry, but he is wholly baffled in his scheme.--Nicholas TJdall, Ralph Roister Doister (first English comedy, 1534).
Correction of Murray, in words of two syllables: civ-il, col-our, cop-y, dam-ask, doz-en, ev-er, feath-er, gath-er, heav-en, heav-y, hon-ey, lem-on, lin-en, mead-ow, mon-ey, nev-er, ol-ive, or-ange, oth-er, pheas-ant, pleas-ant, pun-ish, rath-er, read-y, riv-er, rob-in, schol-ar, shov-el, stom-ach, tim-id, whith-er.
It has been much disputed, whether Shakespeare owed his excellence to his own native force, or whether he had the common helps of scholastick education, the precepts of critical science, and the examples of ancient authors.
But Homer was not, nor Euripides, nor the great scholastics of the Middle Ages, nor even popes.
Adhuc scholasticus tantum est; quo genere hominum, nihil aut est simplicius, aut sincerius aut melius.
Karl Werner, Suarez und die Scholastik der letzten Jahrhunderte, Regensburg, 1861.
And aftir thai, zit scholde he putten hem in a fayrere paradys, where that thei schold see God of Nature visibely, in His majestee and in His blisse.
And than wolde He schewe hem His entent, and seye hem, that zif thei wolde go sle suche a Lord, or suche a man, that was his enemye, or contrarious to his list, that thei scholde not dred to done it, and for to be slayn therefore hemself: for aftir hire dethe, he wold putten hem into another paradys, that was an 100 fold fairer than ony of the tothere; and there schode thei dwellen with the most fairest damyselles that myghte be, and play with hem ever more.
+Suld+, should; see +Scholde+.
For with outen ony drede, ne were cursednesse and synne of Cristene men, thei scholden be lordes of alle the world.
Wherfore thou scholdest thenke and impresse it in thi mynde, that nothing is immortalle, but only God, that made alle thing.
The following inscription stands out prominently on the front:-- "SYMON WYSDOM ALDERMAN THE FYRST FOUNDER OR THE SCHOLE IN BURFORD GAVE THE TENEMENES IN A.D. 1577."
I should have said that before the Queen came I called on Dr Haviland, also on Scholefield, also on the Master of Christ's.)
Another scholar in classical rhetoric was Roger Ascham, whose Scholemaster (1570) contains the first reference in England to Aristotle's Poetics.
To Mr. Goodwine, a distressed scholer, 2s.
Thus, within a yeere or two, they had gathered together a great volume, which (for the apt similitude betweene the good Scholers and diligent Bees in gathering their waxe and honie into their Hiue) I called then their Aluearie, both for a memoriall by whom it was made, and also by this name to incourage other to the like diligence, for that they should not see their worthie praise for the same, vnworthilie drowned in obliuion.
It was a large, square, brick building, standing by the road side, upon high ground, at the upper end of Scholes.
The latter, with their ingenious implements of lexicons and scholia, will be in no danger of being superseded, however, while the least-furnished reader may gain something from the attractively-printed and easily-perused volumes of Mr. Abbott.
And here the scholiast naively remarks: Videtur his ostendisse aliud esse fata, aliud Jovem.
ETYMOLOGICON MAGNUM seu verius Lexicon saepissime vocabulorum origines indagans ex pluribus Lexicis Scholiastis Grammaticis anonymi cujusdam Opera concinnatum.
What would not the old scholiasts have given for satisfactory proofs of the existence of a Homer identical with the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey?
Lewin, Die Scholien des Theodor bar Koni zur Patriarchengeschichte (Berlin, 1905), p. 2.
His chief work, P. Rami Dialectics Libri Dua Scholiis, Illustrati, appeared in 1584.
Ubi authori brevium scholiorum Greek: kolonae exp.
This is the grammar which bears upon its title page: "Quam solam Regia Majestas in omnibus scholis docendam prcaecipit."
A few seem to have the Latin plural only: as, arcanum, arcana; datum, data; effluvium, effluvia; erratum, errata; scholium, scholia.
However, we are all exstreamly obliged to you for thinking of us, and for proposeing so good a schollar, but more especially is, dear sir, 'Your very humble servant, 'HENRY GRESWOLD.'