Greek: Idou ego emballo eis ta themelia Sion lithon..., kai o pisteuon ou mae kataischunthae.
Greek: Kathos gegraptai Idou tithaemi en Sion lithon proskommatos kai petran skandalou, kai o pisteuon ep auto ou kataischunthaesetai.
Or to write a name carefully, like a copy-book, and with many curlicues, in the wet sand, and then scamper off and let the first high wave smooth it away as a boy's sponge wipes from his slate some such marvelous statement as, 12 x 12 = 120, or 384 / 16 gives a "koshunt" of 25.
What's come to mine, that he writes not to my last?--Hunting after more wisdom of nations, I suppose!--Yaw-yaw-yawning again!--Pen, begone!
Mater tenens filiuin, uxorque maritum, In diversa pertrahunt, et tenent invitum, Fratres cum militibus velut compeditum Stringunt, nec discedere sinunt expeditum.
Maybe I can get in on this manhunt--if they ain't started already."
Cowboy Cole, manhunter. (
There were no Christians in the country of the Mecca impostor, who kept manhunting hounds.
John Smith described it in 1614 as "the Mattahunts, two pleasant isles of groves, gardens, and cornfields"; and others tell us that it was once well wooded, and even furnished timber to build the wharves of Boston.
Footnote 8: 'Why do you seek to get the advantage of me, as if you would drive me to betray myself?'--Hunters, by sending on the wind their scent to the game, drive it into their toils.
Nibie applied to Sutruk-Nakhunti King of Elam to support his claims, giving to him pledges for his alliance, and the other came as a helper.
Pocahontas', or 'pocahuntas', is the Algonquin word for 'tomboy'.
Thus has the greed of the sailor and pothunter swept from the face of the earth an old pilot -- a trusty aid to navigation.
The very heroes show their authors; Achilles is hot, impatient, revengeful--impiger, iracundus, inexorabilis, acer, &c.: AEneas patient, considerate, careful of his people, and merciful to his enemies; ever submissive to the will of Heaven--quo fata trahunt, retrahuntque, sequamur.
--Education and progress of the young tiger.--Wariness and cunning of the tiger.--Hunting incidents shewing their powers of concealment.
G Resistance of the shunt of a galvanometer.
She was weary of travel, tired with the tension of eternally being shunted across distances, anxious to experience once more that sense of restful finality which comes with a journey's end.
On throwing the handle over, and against the end of the wagon, the crank moves over and below the center, lifting up the catch into a position out of range of action, and from this position it cannot fall except it is released by the shunter.
Coupling under slow movement, the wagons being shunted together by two shunters.
The horse was employed in shunting coal-waggons, and had just drawn four loaded trucks up to a point at which they diverged to the left, and the horse, being unhooked, ought to have turned to the right.
But even as I set out, my heart smote me: I knew nothing of the metals, their junctions, facing-points, sidings, shuntings, and complexities.
Insanum venandi studium, dum a novalibus arcentur agricolae subtrahunt praedia rusticis, agricolonis praecluduntur sylvae et prata pastoribus ut augeantur pascua feris.--Majestatis reus agricola si gustarit.
A novalibus suis arcentur agricolae, dum ferae habeant vagandi libertatem: istis, ut pascua augeantur, praedia subtrahuntur, &c. Sarisburiensis.
Even man's moral obligations, which are admitted, imply no real freedom in the shaping of results, for though man has the choice between pursuing his end voluntarily (which is virtue) or kicking against the pricks (which is vice), the sum total of his accomplishments is not altered by his choice: ducunt volentern fata, nolentem trahunt.
Mr. Hazlitt writes: "Amelia Hume became Mrs. Bennett, Julia Mrs. Todhunter.
Truehunt, the black nag with three white feete?
Funny, because Bill's no troublehunter, an', like me, he'd rather run than shoot.
Ecclus, his nobility without wealth, is projecta vilior alga, and he not esteemed: nos viles pulli nati infelicibus ovis, if once poor, we are metamorphosed in an instant, base slaves, villains, and vile drudges; for to be poor, is to be a knave, a fool, a wretch, a wicked, an odious fellow, a common eyesore, say poor and say all; they are born to labour, to misery, to carry burdens like juments, pistum stercus comedere with Ulysses' companions, and as Chremilus objected in Aristophanes, salem lingere, lick salt, to empty jakes, fay channels, carry out dirt and dunghills, sweep chimneys, rub horse-heels, &c. I say nothing of Turks, galley-slaves, which are bought and sold like juments, or those African Negroes, or poor Indian drudges, qui indies hinc inde deferendis oneribus occumbunt, nam quod apud nos boves et asini vehunt, trahunt, &c. Id omne misellis Indis, they are ugly to behold, and though erst spruce, now rusty and squalid, because poor, immundas fortunas aquum est squalorem sequi, it is ordinarily so. "
Through his glasses he could see for miles, and what he looked upon was an unhunted country.
Rolf and Skookum let off a succession of most unhunterlike yells of triumph.
------"vehuntur In rate stultitiae sylvam habitant Furiae."
120.--Hunting-Meal.--Fac-simile of a Miniature in the Manuscript of the "Livre du Roy Modus" (National Library of Paris).
"Of what characters are your visiters?--hunters, trappers, settlers-- savages or travellers?"
In mundo splendor opum gloriae majestas, amicitiarum praesidia, verborum blanditiae, voluptatum omnis generis illecebrae, victoriae, triumphi, et infinita alia ab amore dei nos abstrahunt, &c. 6328.
142.--Hunting with the Leopard, from a Stamp of Jean Stradan (Sixteenth Century).
Dabney's View.--Views of Dr. Newman Smyth.--Duty of Truthfulness an Obligation toward God.--Lower Animals not Exempt from Principle of Universal Application.--Fishing.--Hunting.--Catching Horse.--Professor Bowne's Psychological View.--No Place for Lying in God's Universe.--Small Improvement on Chrysostom's Argument for Lying.--Limits of Consistency in Logical Plea.--God, or Satan.
The anshunt Britons never hed any tailory done, but thay wur all artists wi' the paint pot.
Sidenote: Sir Tristram rides ahunting And because the world was so beautiful and so lusty, Sir Tristram took great pleasure in life in spite of that trouble that lay upon him.
Praescribunt, imperant, in ordinem cogunt, ingenium nostrum prout ipsis vicebitur, astriugunt et relaxant ut papilionem pueri aut bruchum filo demitturit, aut attrahunt, nos a libidine sua pendere aequum censentes.
"Oh, what does he mean by chunt, Budge?"
The chief pleasures were those of the chase,--hunting and hawking,--and intemperate feasts.
THE COLLEGE AT TREVECCA AND CHESHUNT.
she would say, adapting her idiom to make the old man feel at home, as he was presently ushered in, chuntering and triumphant; "you don't mean to say it's Uncle Clegg.
E'cod, I be half minded to take a shovel and have a try at fortun'-huntin' myself,--only there ain't much chance o' findin' another, hereabouts; besides--that b'y prayed for that fortun', ah!
All the interrogative pronouns may be used in either number, but, in examples like the following, I imagine the singular to be more proper than the plural: "What have become of our previous customs?"--Hunt's Byron, p. 121. "
Mr. John N. Dillahunty, Woodville, Mi.,
Alium paupertas, alium orbitas, hunc morbi, illum timor, alium injuriae, hunc insidiae, illum uxor, filii distrahunt, Cardan.
All along the Galician front we saw peasants working thus and regarding this elaborate game of war very much apparently as busy farmers regard a draghunt or a party of city fishermen.
Two year ago didn't Bill Porter--sick an' a-dyin'--hunt till he foun' me here?