You must conquer, or, as you well know, fall again into the pitiless hands of the reactionaires and clericals of Versailles; those wretches who with intention delivered France up to Prussia, and now make us pay the ransom of their treason!
The National Guards came out in front of the door of the mairie and presented arms to us, and we were about to continue our way, when some one remarked that our flag, on which, as I have already said, were the woods 'Meeting of the Friends of Order,' might expose us to the danger of being taken for 'reactionnaires,' and that we ought to add the words 'Vive la Republique!'
When Blackstone declares that "the very being and existence of the woman is suspended during the marriage," and American Kent echoes that "her legal existence and authority are in a manner lost,"--when Petersdorff asserts that "the husband has the right of imposing such corporeal restraints as he may deem necessary," and Bacon that "the husband hath, by law, power and dominion over his wife, and may keep her by force within the bounds of duty, and may beat her, but not in a violent or cruel manner,"A--when Mr. Justice Coleridge rules that the husband, in certain cases, "has a right to confine his wife in his own dwelling-house and restrain her from liberty for an indefinite time," and Baron Alderson sums it all up tersely, "The wife is only the servant of her husband,"--these high authorities simply reaffirm the dogma of the Gentoo code, four thousand years old and more:--"A man, both day and night, must keep his wife so much in subjection that she by no means be mistress of her own actions.
He advocated the simple reaffirmance of the Cincinnati platform.
The matter now in hand is the reestablishment of order, the reaffirmation of national unity, and the settling once for all whether there can be such a thing as a government without the right to use its power in self-defence.
He protested that they never worried him, and reaffirmed his original proposition.
Here I embark on the shoreless sea of metrical parody, and I begin my cruise by reaffirming that in this department Rejected Addresses, though distinctly good for their time, have been left far behind by modern achievements.
CHAPTER VI THE CANON LAW AND THE ATTITUDE OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH Sidenote: The canon law reaffirms the subjection of women.
"I refer to this fact for two reasons,--first, to verify Leverrier; and, second, to impress upon your minds the desirableness of locating our observatories in different parts of the earth.
I. Confirmed by concurrent reasons:--First, Because we cannot have ideas of Sensation but by the Inlet of the Senses.
I haf rebaired, but she blay only one song yet.
It also had a back-rest and seat fashioned from woven plastic which had given way due to continuous use by Anthony Fernandes alias Anton, Frederick Noronha alias Rico and sometimes Francis Rebeiro alias Choppy.
It seemed to provide for a rebirth of the Congress of Vienna which should be clothed in the modern garb of democracy.
The first to recognise the new renaissance will compete to have their ideologies be the ones that are rebirthed in this new context.
To attain that perfection of power and wisdom, culminating in the cessation of sensible existence, requires, according to the ordinary paths, a period of three asankhyas (or say Uncountable Time x 3), whereas by means of the magic arts of the Tantras it may be reached in the course of three rebirths only, nay, of one!
rebullirse, to move restlessly, be agitated.
rebundir, to re-echo, cp.
And for such hideous and necessarily demoralizing habitations,--for two rooms, stench, indecency, and gloom, the poor family pays--and the rich builder receives--"thirty-five per cent, annually on the cost of the apartments!"
Treschier & redoubte seign'r/ pour ce que Jay entendu et scay que vous veez & ouez volentiers choses proffitables & honestes et qui tendent alinformacion de bonne meur ay Je mis vn petit liuret de latin en francois le quel mest venuz a la main nouuellement/ ou quel plussieurs auctoritez et dis de docteurs & de philosophes & de poetes & des anciens sages/ sont Racontez & sont appliquiez a la moralite des nobles hommes et des gens de peuple selon le gieu des eschez le quel liure Tres puissant et tres redoubte seigneur jay fait ou nom & soubz vmbre de vous pour laquelle chose treschr seign'r Je vous suppli & requier de bonne voulente de cuer que il vo daigne plaire a receuvoir ce liure en gre aussi bien que de vn greign'r maistre de moy/ car la tres bonne voulente que Jay de mielx faire se je pouoie me doit estre reputee pour le fait/ Et po'r plus clerement proceder en ceste ouure/ Jay ordene que les chappitres du liure soient escrips & mis au commencement afin de veoir plus plainement la matiere de quoy le dit liure pole."
EMPRUNTER, obtenir a titre de pret; recevoir de.
recibir, to receive.
Sister, you see we utterly mistake The kinde and princelie dealing of the Duke: Therefore without more ceremonious doubts Lets reconfirme the contract and his love.
Quel temps faisait-il?--Quel mal pouvait en resulter?--Par quel moyen esperait-on se delivrer de ce fleau?--Est-ce que ce pays-la etait le seul aux alentours a souffrir de la sorte?--Pourquoi le cure croyait-il inutile de recourir aux prieres?--Son idee etait-elle pratique?
DORER, recouvrir d'or. --
Lucy dies, but the laird recovers.--Sir W. Scott, The Bride of Lammermoor (time, William III.).
DALTON (Mrs.), housekeeper to the Rev. Mr. Staunton, of Willingham Rectory.--Sir W. Scott, Heart of Midlothian (time, George II.).
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C'est sur cette table qu'on vient tous les jours servir a manger a ce Chef mort en mettant devant lui des plats de sagamite, du bled grole ou boucane, &c. C'est-la aussi qu'au commencement de toutes les recoltes ses Sujets vont lui offrir les premiers de tous les fruits qu'ils peuvent recueillir.
This is my wife, Mrs. Alfredi,” he ses, introducing 'im to a fat, red-'aired lady wot was sitting inside sewing. “
It must be something very rude, the redbird's bearing makes me think so.
But the redbirds, many and conspicuous as they were, had no monopoly of the road or of the day.
BENJIE (Little), or Benjamin Colthred, a spy employed by Cristal Nixon, the agent of Redgauntlet.--Sir W. Scott, Redgauntlet (time, George III.).
redimir, to redeem, ransom, purchase exemption from, liberate, set free (for a price).
Let's all love, dum vires annique sinunt, while we are in the flower of years, fit for love matters, and while time serves: for "Soles occidere et redire possunt, Nobis cum semel occidit brevis lux, Nox est perpetuo una dormienda."
The servant in charge would redirect it.
Before the power went out, he also redirected the asteroid on a collision course with Earth.
TUGWELL, REXFORD G. Redirecting education.
The dressing-stations are mere offices for their redirection, where they are carefully ticketed, but where little else is done.
Omni tempore Socratem eodem vultu videri, sive domum rediret, sive domo egrederetur.
"I found your son and my daughter hiding from me in the hedge at Redmire wood," he said. "
reducirse, to be reduced (or confined); to consist (a, in); to limit oneself (a, to).
ASSERVIR, dompter, reduire a la dependance.
There were French Fours, Copenhagen jigs, Virginia reels,--spirited figures blithely stepped.
Ceste pierre, biaus Sire, Crestiens demandons: Il ne le porront rendre, pour vrai le vous disons, Si li monstiers n'est mis et par pieches et par mons; Et s'il estoit desfais, jamais ne le larons Refaire chi-endroit.
referir, to relate, narrate, tell, mention, describe, report; refl.,
But our translator is not content without making him stultify himself, and renders the words we have quoted, "A maggiore conferma referiro un fatto a me accaduto"; that is, he makes Benvenuto say, "I will report an incident that happened to me," and then go on to tell the story of Pietro di Abano, which had no more to do with him than with Signor Tamburini himself.
En esa tumba, cuya inscripcion es el mote de mi canto, reposa en paz el ultimo baron de Fortcastell, Teobaldo de Montagut, del cual voy a referiros la peregrina historia.
He had a son by his wife, who was called Refir, who grew up in his father's house, and soon became great of growth, and shapely.
--A proposito de aventuras extraordinarias, exclamo al verle uno de los monteros de don Dionis, dirigiendose a su senor: ahi teneis a Esteban el zagal, que de algun tiempo a esta parte anda mas tonto que lo que naturalmente lo hizo Dios, que no es poco, y el cual puede haceros pasar un rato divertido refiriendo la causa de sus continuos sustos.