Efforts were then being made by certain private citizens of the United States to procure from the State of Nicaragua by contract the right to cut the proposed ship canal by the way of the river San Juan and the lakes of Nicaragua and Managua to Realejo, on the Pacific Ocean.
A pesar de todos los cuentos que aproposito de la armadura se fraguaron, y que en voz baja se repetian unos a otros los habitantes de los alrededores, no pasaban de cuentos, y el unico mas positivo que de ellos resulto, se redujo entonces a una dosis de miedo mas que regular, que cada uno de por si se esforzaba en disimular lo posible, haciendo, como decirse suele, de tripas corazon.
reflejo, m., reflection.
La iglesia estaba desierta y obscura.... Alla lejos, en el fondo, brillaba como una estrella perdida en el cielo de la noche, una luz moribunda, la luz de la lampara que arde en el altar mayor.... A sus reflejos debilisimos, que solo contribuian a hacer mas visible todo el profundo horror de las sombras, vi... le vi, madre, no lo dudeis, vi un hombre que en silencio y vuelto de espaldas hacia el sitio en que yo estaba, recorria con una mano las teclas del organo, mientras tocaba con la otra a sus registros... y el organo sonaba; pero sonaba de una manera indescriptible.
regocijo, m., rejoicing, joy, pleasure, mirth, hilarity, merriment, amusement.
El tiempo que faltaba para emprender el camino de la frontera y concluir de ordenar las huestes reales, discurria en medio de fiestas publicas, lujosos convites y lucidos torneos, hasta que, llegada al fin la vispera del dia senalado de antemano por S.A. para la salida del ejercito, se dispuso un postrer sarao, con el que debieran terminar los regocijos.
"I am very glad to hear you say so," rejo
Ne'er mother Rejoic'd deliverance more.
Now, sir, from this your oath and band, Faith's pledge and seal of conscience you have run, Broken all contracts, and the forfeiture Justice hath now in suit against your soul: Angels are made the jurors, who are witnesses Unto the oath you took, and God himself, Maker of marriage, he that seal'd the deed, As a firm lease unto you during life, Sits now as judge of your transgression: The world informs against you with this voice: If such sins reign, what mortals can rejoice?
1 For ever fair, for ever calm and bright, Life flies on plumage, zephyr-light, For those who on the Olympian hill rejoice-- Moons wane, and races wither to the tomb, And 'mid the universal ruin, bloom The rosy days of Gods-- With Man, the choice, Timid and anxious, hesitates between The sense's pleasure and the soul's content; While on celestial brows, aloft and sheen, The beams of both are blent.
Fond mother, where's the rosy child Which once upon thy bosom smiled?-- In her thou daily didst rejoice,-- She caught her language from thy voice; When she had learned to lisp thy name, New love with those sweet accents came.
Thou would'st not live with them; but if a voice, Fancy, in shaping mood, might give to thee, To the forsaken Primrose, thou would'st say, 'Come, live with me, and we two will rejoice:-- Nor want I company; for when the sea Shines in the silent moonlight, elves and fays, Gentle and delicate as Ariel, That do their spiritings on these wild bolts-- Circle me in their dance, and sing such songs As human ear ne'er heard!'"--But cease the strain, Lest Wisdom, and severer Truth, should chide.
The news was no sooner published abroad, but all good students rejoiced, and were much cheered up with it, though some would not believe it; others, as men amazed, said it was a miracle; but one amongst the rest thanked God for it, and said, Nunc juvat tandem studiosum esse, et Deo integro corde servire.
Catharine was rejoiced,--Europe sang paeans,--the serfs waited.
Rejoice,--for, as you say, you have a right to yourself, with which I am not to interfere.
IX THE DARK PYRAMID Now in two hours more I was come clear down out of the Gorge, and stood in that Country; and for all that I did feel fresh troubled and bewildered, yet was I rejoiceful, as you may believe, in the surprising light and splendour of that sudden Land.
62 I, whether as King and embellisher, 63 am the rejoicer of thy heart 64 or whether as High Priest appointed, 65 embellishing all thy fortresses, (Continued on Column X.) COLUMN X 1,2 For thy glory, O exalted Merodach 3 a house have I made.
Had they not been naval officers, they had not been rejoicers in the midst of despair.
But she is blissful, and she hears it not; Among the other primal creatures gladsome She turns her sphere, and blissful she rejoices.
Hntam, I rejoice; hntas, thou rejoicest.
64:5 Thou meetest him that rejoiceth and worketh righteousness, those that remember thee in thy ways: behold, thou art wroth; for we have sinned: in those is continuance, and we shall be saved.
"Y-yes, I hev to stay here in the old shop; b-but I hear the b-birds in the mornin', and all day I f-feel as ef I was out under the b-blue sky, an' rejoicin' with all livin' creaturs in the sun and the s-sweet air of heaven."
We are all joy and rejoicing at the event.
'Carrington, you're an angel in khaki,' said Horan rejoicingly. '
Here they were received with the greatest rejoicings.
A day of great rejoicings,--for a prelate was to be consecrated, and the bones of the mighty skeleton-minster were shaking with anthems, as if there were life of its own within its buttressed ribs.
In the course of these services, the giant was left to take care of a lady, and lost his master for a time; but the office being at an end, he set out to rejoin him, and, arriving at a cross-road, met with a very extraordinary personage.
And the assistant looks confused enough for Tom to rejoin,-- "And you sold him laudanum?"
But say who Art thou, that standest musing on the rock, Haply so lingering to delay the pain Sentenc'd upon thy crimes?"--"Him death not yet," My guide rejoin'd, "hath overta'en, nor sin Conducts to torment; but, that he may make Full trial of your state, I who am dead Must through the depths of hell, from orb to orb, Conduct him.
"Remember, Sir," was the rejoinder of the Marquis, "that you are now embroiled with both the Regent and her ministers; that the momentary truce between yourself and Concini is merely lip-deep, and may be broken by a breath; that you are the open and declared enemy of the Guises and the Duc d'Epernon; and that each and all of these are interested in your ruin.
An hour after, Scoutbush was pleading his cause with Marie; and had been met, of course, at starting, with the simple rejoinder,-- "But, my lord, you would not surely have me marry where I do not love?"
Tindal made this rejoinder:-- "Is there no difference between God's not rectifying men's sentiments in those matters and using himself such sentiments as needs be rectified; or between God's not mending men's logic and rhetoric where 't is defective and using such himself; or between God's not contradicting vulgar notions and confirming them by speaking according to them?
Perfect for all time, and as incapable of change or improvement as the Parthenon, appear the Elements of Euclid, whose voice comes floating down through the ages, in that one significant rejoinder,--"Non est regia ad mathematicam via."
To the (six) Meditationes de Prima Philosophia, published in 1641, and dedicated to the Paris Sorbonne, are appended the objections of various savants to whom the work had been communicated in manuscript, together with Descartes's rejoinders.
RATTRAPER, ressaisir; rejoindre en route.
And suddenly; where injury of chance Puts back leave-taking, justles roughly by All time of pause, rudely beguiles our lips Of all rejoindure, forcibly prevents Our lock'd embrasures, strangles our dear vows Even in the birth of our own labouring breath.
"You know that you speak safely, fellow," rejoined Wyvil, "and you, therefore, give full license to your scurrile tongue.
She made this latter statement with an odd air, as though the thing asserted were curious and rather incredible, and the tone was evidently noticed by Thorndyke as well as me for he rejoined-- "Of course he has.
To which abnormal possessive pronoun, Claude rejoined,-- "Not a bit!
It now flashed upon Mr. Stevens that he had brought himself into these difficulties, by the assumption of the dress he then wore; he therefore quickly rejoined--"Oh, it is not my coat--I only put it on for a joke!"
Sohrab rejoined--"Old man!
"I think we had:" the functionary just mentioned rejoined--"the last time you know, we were rather late."
-23- At the end of this speech of his Cicero rejoined:--"There seems to you, then, to be no great evil in dishonor and exile and not living at home nor being with your friends, but instead being expelled with violence from your country, existing in a foreign land, and wandering about with the name of exile, causing laughter to your enemies and disgrace to your connections."
"It is impossible to compute the dice in those despotic countries," she rejoined,--which was pretty well, considering the freedom enjoyed by France at that period.
"Can't make fire with green cotton-wood," was the Colonel's rejoiner.
"Gad," he said after rejoining his cousin, "that Labordette knows all the girls then!
But the lively sheriff, of whose witticisms I have already made honourable mention, cut me out of my share of applause altogether, as clean as a whistle, by instantly rejoining-- "The put you mean, for, in this case, the party was going for the fall."
This path eventually rejoins the main road near the cemetery.
And Lorenzo rejoins:-- I have seen the like In Paris, among the French tragedians.
Three bulls against the knight are loosed, and two come roaring on, He rises high in stirrup, forth stretching his rejon; Each furious beast upon the breast he deals him such a blow He blindly totters and gives back, across the sand to go.