Next him, let railing Rabsheka have place, So full of zeal he has no need of grace; A saint that can both flesh and spirit use, 300 Alike haunt conventicles and the stews: Of whom the question difficult appears, If most i' th' preacher's or the bawd's arrears.
R82425, 20Aug51, Myra C. Jones (W) ESKIL, RAGKA B. Good plays for school days.
raka, to run hastily (Rietz).
19:35 And the fenced cities are Ziddim, Zer, and Hammath, Rakkath, and Chinnereth, 19:36 And Adamah, and Ramah, and Hazor, 19:37 And Kedesh, and Edrei, and Enhazor, 19:38 And Iron, and Migdalel, Horem, and Bethanath, and Bethshemesh; nineteen cities with their villages.
There were all kinds of carvings from walrus tusks, grass baskets, moccasins of walrus hide, stone bowls and cups, parkas made of reindeer skin, and one superb one of bird feathers, ramleikas, and all manner of carved trinkets, the most charming of which, to Ted's eyes, being a tiny oomiak with an Esquimo in it, made to be used as a breast-pin.
rannsaka, to search a house; Icel.
Greatest tragedy of all for the future of the Serb race, the administration of Bosnia and Hercegovina was handed over 'temporarily' to Austria-Hungary, and Austrian garrisons were quartered throughout those two provinces, which they were able to occupy only after the most bitter armed opposition on the part of the inhabitants, and also in the Turkish sandjak or province of Novi-Pazar, the ancient Raska and cradle of the Serb state; this strip of mountainous territory under Turkish administrative and Austrian military control was thus converted into a fortified wedge which effectually kept the two independent Serb states of Serbia and Montenegro apart.
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+raskaille+, the common herd, SkD; +rascall+, refuse beast, Palsg.,
There never was a raskal or coward of that nation.
And withall cheatinge, cousininge, and crafty; a remarkable raskall, a damnable deceiver, and a most substantiall cinner.
rascaille (raskaylle, raskayle), arabble; cp.
rascaille (raskaylle, raskayle), arabble; cp.
The shattered Austrian armies, under Generals von Auffenberg and Dankl, were making desperate endeavors to concentrate in the vicinity of Rawaruska, but were apparently surrounded by the Russians, who continued to capture Austrian prisoners by the thousand.
TERRIFIC FIGHTING IN MIDWINTER Writing of the desperate fighting in Poland in midwinter when the Germans made a tremendous effort to pierce the Russian lines on the Bzura and Rawka front, with Warsaw as their objective point, an American correspondent, Mr. John F. Bass, said: "The fighting was terrific.
He comes to the bank of a river: Swinging sweet the water did sweep With a whispering speech flowing adown; (Wyth a rownande rourde raykande aryght) and the stones at the bottom were shining like stars.
s. roams, S2; +raykande+, pr.
Footnote 11: It is a thick stone, about two foot in height, on which is the following inscription:-- EAST SIDE; HERE LIETH THE BODY OF REBECKAH PEMBORTON WIF OF ISAAC PEMBORTON BVRI 27 OF DECEM 1660 HERE LIETH THE BODY OF ISAAC PEM- BERTON HE DEPARTED DECEM 4: 1697 AGED 76 WEST SIDE.
When Abraham's servant went to Padanaram, the young Princess Rebekah did not disdain to say to him, "Drink, MY Lord," as "she hasted and let down her pitcher upon her hand, and gave him drink," and "she hasted and emptied her pitcher, and ran again unto the well, and drew for all his camels."
Can be hiley reckamended for onestey, sobrieaty, and good temperd, and has no in combranc, is very actif, but not a treadesman, have been as Butler and Bailiff for meney years in most respectable families, and shood I not be so luckey as to get me a wife, wood be most willing to take a sitteyeashan once moor, wood prefer living in the countrey, under stands Brewing feamosley, is well adapted for a inn or publick hous.
SEE Masterman, Walter S. MASTERMAN, WALTER S. The curse of the Reckaviles.
Poetry began to be followed with success in the Netherlands, in the Dutch, Flemish, and French languages; and even before the institution of the Floral Games in France, Belgium possessed its chambers of rhetoric (rederykkamers) which labored to keep alive the sacred flame of poetry with more zeal than success.
SOPHIA--MARAND--THE RUSSIAN FRONTIER--NATSCHIVAN--JOURNEY OF THE CARAVAN--A NIGHT'S IMPRISONMENT--CONTINUATION OF THE JOURNEY-- ERIVAN--THE RUSSIAN POST--THE TARTARS--ARRIVAL IN TIFLIS--SOJOURN THERE--CONTINUATION OF THE JOURNEY--KUTAIS--MARAND--TRIP ON THE RIBON--REDUTKALE.
Diving from this overhanging beam,--for Ovid evidently meant that Midas to be cured must dive,-- "Subde caput, corpusque simul, simul elue crinem,"-- one finds as kindly a reception from the water as in childish days, and as safe a shelter in the green dressing-room afterwards; and the patient wherry floats near by, in readiness for a reembarkation.
reika, to wander, cp.
chains, WA; +rekanthes+, WA.--AS.
But suddenly we heard close by the lament of the rekka (a kind of long fife), accompanied by a wild thrum-thrum of earthenware drums and a curious excited chanting of men's voices.
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Elba is remakable sic--KTH for its being the place to which Bonaparte was banished in 1814."--See Sanborn's Gram.,
In America, thanks largely to the sagacious toil of a remarkable organizer, Dr. H.W. Bellows (1814-82), the Unitarian Association has proved a strong and effective instrument for this purpose, and the British Association, whose headquarters are now in the building where Lindsey opened the first Unitarian Church in 1774, has also thriven considerably in recent years.
CHAPTER XXVI ~Remarkable Death of Ananda~ Four yojanas on from this place to the east brought the travellers to the confluence of the five rivers.
"Oh, yes--they are--I knew you would--you are so--so remarkable--" "No, no, Miss Sallianna!"
There remains a memorandum in his handwriting of a systematic course of study to be pursued for his degree, in which two points are remarkable--1st, the broad and liberal spirit in which it is conceived; 2ndly, that the whole is based on the Bible.
An other example, in several respects still more remarkable,--a shorter one, into which an equally successful professor of grammar has condensed a much greater number and variety of faults,--is seen in the following citation: "The verb is so called, because it means word; and as there can be no sentence without it, it is called, emphatically, the word.
--its wisdom and learning are equally remarkable.--College Club.
It is said that though her features were not beautiful her eyes were remarkable,--large, dark, lustrous, animated, flashing, confiding, and bathed in light.
They are interesting and remarkable.--Lord Tennyson.
"I don't see the remarkableness in a gentleman taking notice of his own sister's child," returned nurse testily; "the wonder is that he should hold her at arm's length as he does, and treat her as if she were a dog or a piece of furniture, without any feelings, and she his own flesh and blood, too.
This hasty Letter, addressed to his Mother, is not intrinsically his remarkablest from St. Vincent: but the body of fact delineated in it being so much the greatest, we will quote it in preference.
But one thing is very remarkable,--that while there seems to have been no great progress for two thousand years, there was not any marked decline, thus indicating virtuous habits of life among the great body of the people from generation to generation.
Now the reputation of the Westminster stands too high to be affected by the suggestion that it is "remarkable"--which it isn't--for its German information.
His powers of abstraction and imagination were no less remarkable,--while for extreme sensitiveness he was unsurpassed.
He was a remarkably fine old figure, very tall, and maintaining a soldier-like, or military manner and address.
"Oui, it is remarkaibel, vraiment.
It was a common thing to find German names, like Witte, Von Plehve, Rennenkampf, and Stoessel among the list of high officials and generals in Russia.
R105060, 7Jan53, C. C. Birchard & Co. (PWH) DYKSTRA, LILLIAN RICKABY Ballads and songs of the shanty-boy.
RICKARD, JESSIE LOUISA.
R67965, 6Oct50, Margaret Josephine Rickart (E) BOK, Edward William.
And when he asks, in connection with this suggestion, "Who is right,--Kant, or the common moral sense?
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