"Then, thinking the time to be arrived, the King of Asmaka prepared for war.
NOTE 1.--In this Kublai imitated the great King Asoka, or Priyadarsi, who in his graven edicts (circa B.C. 250) on the Delhi Pillar, says: "Along the high roads I have caused fig-trees to be planted, that they may be for shade to animals and men.
Afterwards king As'oka, wishing to know where their ends rested, sent men to dig and see.
The river Noun rises in the mountains above Souk Aisa or Assa, and is there called Wad-el-Aisa; and, passing through the district of Wadnoun, it takes the name of Assaka.
Ask him if he remembers winning the canoe race at Lodge Pole--or the time he shot the Athabaska Rapids."
The slave puts the atka in his mouth (which piece of written paper when signed, assures his freedom), and goes about the town, crying, "Fedeeak Allah, (Ransom of God!)"
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On 22nd February they were able to sail from this unlucky place, and touching at one or two of the islands worked their way northwards to Kamtschatka, the Resolution reaching Owatska Bay on 29th April, followed by the discovery on 1st May. They were very handsomely treated by Major Behm, the Governor of Bolcheretsk, a place about 135 miles from the town of St. Peter and St. Paul in Awatska Bay, notwithstanding Mr. Ismailoff's letters of introduction were on somewhat unsatisfactory lines.
You must know the Babouscka was poor and could not afford to do her work by candle-light.
His grandfather, Astyages, is purely a mythical creation, his name being identical with that of the night-demon, Azidahaka, who appears in the Shah-Nameh as the biting serpent Zohak.
When the wind was favorable, our mode of hunting was to leave camp before daylight, and paddle in our baidarka up to the head of one of these long bays, and, leaving our canoe here, trudge over the snow to some commanding elevation, where we constantly used the glasses upon the surrounding hillsides, hoping to see bear.
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The sound of an instrument, the mountain balalaika, (kanous,) accompanying a slow air, recalled him from his reverie, and a Kabardinetz sung an ancient song.
Two days later, one Monkey came to look at the Bakaka.
The word Wit-land, is a translation of the native term Baltikka, or the white land, now applied to the Baltic Sea.--Forst.
After a few days, Balachandrika informed me that Daruvarma, undeterred by the report which was now spread about the city, that she was haunted by a demon, had continued his importunities, and that she had consented to go to his house that evening.
On seeing me smile, he asked the reason; and I answered: "What simpletons some of the breeders here must be to pit a Balaka cock against one of the Narikela breed, which is sure to win."
As for her husband, horrified at the impiety of what appeared to him to be a terrific parricide, he took to flight, pursued by the matrimonial furies (two curs and a parrot), with all the speed his lameness permitted, climbed into the first carriage he encountered, jumped into the first banka he saw on the river, and, a Philippine Ulysses, began to wander from town to town, from province to province, from island to island, pursued and persecuted by his bespectacled Calypso, who bored every one that had the misfortune to travel in her company.
They were in the possession of his sister Isabella Barcinska, and she was living in the palace of Count Zamoyski at Warsaw, in 1863, when a bomb was thrown from a window as the Russian lieutenant-general was passing.
This great captain was also a great administrator, and under his rule Africa was surveyed from the Souss to Barka, the country was policed, agriculture was protected, and the caravans journeyed safely over the trade-routes.
Higher degree.................Bic ber-becka-luni.
Worst of all, signs of mutiny began to show themselves among the Batoka men of his party, who threatened to turn back.
Thou wast bidarka-mate with me when we were boys," he said. "
The crowd was cheering now: "Beka Co ax Co ax Co ax!
Beoka, Adjutant to the 207th Battalion. (
Clifford J. Berborka (A); 24Nov61; R285885.
And Diwata rubbed the isse on Lumabat's belly, and with one downward stroke he opened the belly, and took out Lumabat's intestines (betuka).
Professor Pearson and the other writers in the periodical Biometrika have measured innumerable beech leaves, snails' tongues, human skulls, etc.
Snuff, tobacco box............Bluska.
INDEX Abelard, Pierre Adonis AEsculapius Agoult, Comte d' Agoult, Marie Sophie, Comtesse d' Amati, family of violin-makers Anfossi, Pasquale Anhalt-Koethen, Prince of Anne, Queen Aphrodite Apollo Arco, Count Arion Arne, Dr. Thomas Arnim, Bettina Brentano von Artignon, D' Artot, Desiree Auber, D.F.E. Aurnhammer Austen, Jane Bacchylides Bach, Johann Ambrosius Bach, Johann Christoph Bach, Johann Michael Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, Karl Philip Emmanuel Bach, Maria Barbara Bach, Regina Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann Baillot, Pierre M.F. Baini, Abbate Giuseppe Balfe, Michael William Banck, Carl Baranius, Henrietta Barcinska, Isabella Barezzi, Margarita Bargiel, Madame, mother of Clara Wieck Bargiel, Woldemar Barisani, Doctor Barre, Leonardo Bartalozzi, Madame Beard, John Beatrice (Portinari), Dante's muse Becker, Konstantin J. Beethoven, Ludwig von Behrens, S. Belart, Hans Belderbusch, Count von Bellington, Mrs. Bellini, Vincenzo Belonda, Fraeulein von Bennett, Sterndale Berenclow Beriot, Charles Auguste de Berlioz, Hector Berlioz, Madame Betz, Franz Beyle, Marie Henri Bianchi, Antonia Bizet, Georges Blackburn, Vernon Blahetka, Leopoldine Blow, John Boetius, Anicius Boehler, Christine Boieldieu, Francois A. Boileau-Despreaux, Nicolas Bonnet, J. Bononcini, Giovanni M. Bora, Catherina von Boswell, James Bourdelot Boutmy, Josse or Jodocus Boutmy, Laurent Brahms, Johannes Brandt, Carolina Bray, Mrs Brebos, Gilles Brebos, Jean Brenner, Genofeva von Breunig, Eleanora von Breunig, Stephan von Bridgetower, George Augustus Polgreen Broschi, Carlo (see Farinelli) Browne, Countess von Browning, Robert and Elizabeth Brunetti, Theresa Brunswick, Charlotte, Countess von Brunswick, Therese von Brutus, Marcus Junius Bull, Dr. John Buelow, Cosima von (see also Wagner) Buelow, Daniela von Buelow, Hans von Buelow, Isolde von Buononcini (see Bononcini) Burney, Charles Buus, Jacques Buxtehude, Dietrich Byrd, William Byron, Lord Cabestanh, Guillem de Caccini, Francesca Calina Cannabich, Rosa Capra, Francesca Carlyle, Thomas Carpani, G Carus, Professor Czetwertynska, Ludvika, Duchess Charles X., King Charpentier, Madame Chaucer, Geoffrey Cherubini, M.L.Z.C.S. Chopin, Frederick Chopin, Louise, his sister Chrysander, Fr.
Breka Co ax, Co ax, Co ax!
This sap, by distillation, produces an agreeable spirit called Araky or Arak: from the fruit also the Jews distil a spirit called bokka, or what we should call toddy.
I'd give my right arm to play the violin like you do, Mr. Bolenska; drawing. (
"Sir, I am ready to declare in the name of God and His Prophet that I gave her nothing but homopotik, only nuxo bomicka (nux vomica) in doses which would not have harmed a baby."
In the night, these sentinels are doubled; but in spite of the precautions, the Tcherkess, concealed by the fog, and clothed in their bourka, sometimes pass through the line in small bodies, as water glides through a sieve.
About 8200 ounces, worth about L. 16,000 sterling; equal in modern efficacy, perhaps, to L. 100,000.--E. Probably an error for Taprobana; the same by which Ceylon was known to the ancients.--E. The Cakerlaka of other writers, which can only be large monkeys or baboons, called men with tails, through ignorance or imposture.--E. Rumi still continues the eastern name of the Turkish empire, as the successor of the Roman emperors, in Assyria and Egypt.
In a moment more the colonel hailed them from the dog-cart and behind him came the britschka with a relay of servants.
Again I found myself in London, but my beauty was gone, I had lost the activity of youth, and when slowly I chanced to creak through Long Acre, Houlditch, my very parent, who was standing at his door sending forth a new-born Britska, glanced at me scornfully, and knew me not!
This has happened in Buka and in North Bougainville.
And now the wily Bukka with those foes Of foreign faith conspired; what though he fought As usual in the ranks of Vijiapore, Under the banner of her Hindu king!
Quaint is the analysis of the four kinds of warriors: (a) The Veterans, or Doughty, who kill foes and spare flyers; (b) the Young men who kill foes and flyers too; (c) the well-to-do, landed, and propertied men of the main levy, who neither fight for fear nor fly for shame; (d) the worthless, last to fight and first to fly; and curious are the remarks about married and unmarried troops, a matter which Chaka pondered over in later days.
Cervinka, Musik von Leos Janacek Klavierauszug mit Text von Bretislav Bakala.
Chakravaka, name of a bird quoted for affection, as turtle-doves by us.
Using these as steps, I got safely to the ground, and walked northward, through an avenue of champaka trees, where, as a favourable omen, I heard the low murmuring cry of a pair of chakravakas.
CHAPTER XXIV ~Where Buddha Renounced the World~ East from here four yojanas, there is the place where the heir-apparent sent back Chandaka, with his white horse; and there also a tope was erected.