They are sailing Kalevalaward, when Louki comes after them on the wings of the wind, and raises a storm.
Following the directions of the concierge, however, I crossed a great bare courtyard, and, ascending a wide stone staircase, was confronted by a servant, who, on hearing my inquiry took me into a waiting-room, and left with my card to Colonel Luganski, whom he informed me was the Baron's private secretary.
A charming study of leprosy, translated from the Russian of Lugubriski, brings the number to a close.
The general name for this native money was wampum, or white, from the color of those shells most esteemed; but a dark-colored species was called luki, or black; and both were used, of various forms and sizes, as ornaments by the warriors, and their copper-colored wives and children.
31 May. Yesterday I lunched with Lukomski; in the evening I loitered as usual on the Pincio.
Footnote 5: Casimir Lyszynski was a Polish Knight, executed at Warsaw in 1689, in the barbarous manner which appears to tickle Mr. Budgell's fancy.
While Mr. Pike sat in Ronacher's at Vienna, watching a most entertaining vaudeville performance, Count Selim Malagaski was in his library, conferring with the wise Popova.
The Malaki's Sister and the Basolo There is a certain mountain that has a sharp, long crest like a kampilan.
He found himself returning to Makiki, a neighborhood of low rise apartment buildings and condominiums on a steep hillside, half an hour's walk, in different directions, to the university and to the Ala Moana Shopping Center.
There was once a tribe in the country of Mukoki's fore-fathers, along the Makoki River, which empties into the Albany, whose men were great thieves, and who stole from one another.
The Prince of Mamasaki had been delegated by his coadjutors ceremoniously to accept, and Captain Adams was appointed by the Commodore to deliver, the gifts; and each performed his functions by an interchange of compliments and a half-dozen stately bows.
The road for the first ten miles or so lay along the dry bed of a river, which, I ascertained with difficulty from my one-eyed companion, is named the Mashki.
Marki, the king's son.
FROM THE RUSSIAN OF MARLINSKI.
The jovial Matsusaki threw his arms about the Commodore's neck, crushing in his tipsy embrace a pair of new epaulettes, and repeating, in Japanese, with maudlin affection, these words, as interpreted into English: "Nippon and America, all the same heart."
p. 47: The concept of wu-wei has often been discussed; some, such as Masaaki Matsumoto, interpreted the concept purely in social terms as "refusal of actions carrying worldly estimation".
Racjonalne wychowanie dzieci do lat 7-min; zasady norwalizacji wspotzycia matki i dziecka.
He was a Pole, Michaelowyzcki, or some such name.
Marschner, Heinrich Mattheson, Johann Matuszinski Maupin, Mile, de Maximilian, Duke of Bavaria Maximilian, Emperor Maximilienne, Princess Mary, Queen of Scots Meck, Frau von Medici family Medici, Lorenzo dei Mendelssohn, Carl Mendelssohn, Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn, Marie Mendelssohn, Paul Mercury Merelli Mermann, Doctor Meyerbeer, Giacomo Meyers Michelangelo Milder, Anna Miljukova, Antonina Ivanovna Milton, John Moliere Molza, Tarquinia Mombelli, family Monteverde, Claudio Montpensier, Mlle.
Personally, I prefer the mode of to-day, but with to-day's fashion we should not have had Chopin, such music as he drew from his familiar and daemon, the piano, and such letters as he wrote about the Gladkovska to his friend Matuszynski: "God forbid that she should suffer in any way on my account.
LYNN Joshua Davidson LOVER, SAMUEL Handy Andy LYTTON, EDWARD BULWER Eugene Aram Last Days of Pompeii The Last of the Barons MACKENZIE, HENRY Man of Feeling MAISTRE, COUNT XAVIER DE A Journey Round my Room MALORY, SIR THOMAS Morte d'Arthur MANNING, ANNE Household of Sir Thomas More MANZONI, ALESSANDRO The Betrothed MARRYAT, CAPT Mr. Midshipman Easy Peter Simple MATURIN, CHARLES Melmoth the Wanderer MENDOZA, DIEGO DE Lazarillo de Tonnes MEREJOWSKI, DMITRI Death of the Gods MERIMEE, PROSPER Carmen MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL Our Village MOIR, DAVID Mansie Wauch MORIER, JAMES Hajji Baba MURRAY, DAVID CHRISTIE Way of the World NORRIS, FRANK The Pit OHNET, GEORGES The Ironmaster OUIDA Under Two Flags PAYN, JAMES Lost Sir Massingberd A Complete Index of THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS will be found at the end of Volume XX.
Upon my honor, that Miliszewski is an ass.
Miki, by Maud and Miska Petersham.
These unique and horrifying snake dances of the Moki have been described so often that I need not speak of this performance in detail.
At dinner Rod and Wabi were made to go over their adventures again, and even Mukoki, who had joined them in this reunion, was not allowed to escape the endless questioning of Minnetaki, the factor's wife, and Rod's mother.
Outwardly or inwardly, it happened beyond a doubt, and in spite of the jeers of his few friends who heard the tale, and observed wisely that "such a thing might perhaps have come to Iszard, that crack-brained Iszard, or to that odd fish Minski, but it could never have happened to commonplace little Vezin, who was fore-ordained to live and die according to scale."
I heard them rattling off the compositions of Chaminade and Moskowski, with great decision and effect, and hovered on the edge of tennis foursomes where it was manifest to the dullest intelligence that my presence was unnecessary.
"Pilot," said Mr. Fogg, "I must take the American steamer at Yokohama, and not at Shanghai or Nagasaki."
And in days when the Munki Mannakens were foes of the pale-face, one might dash down rapids by night in the hurry of escape.
Moszkowski, Chaminade,--quite a little of Chopin for that matter,--will go pretty well on it."
After that Mukoki left him and he crawled back upon his bunk, weak and filled with pain, knowing that he was facing death with the others.
Footnote 19: In the text, "Kummuhi" and "Muski."
Katalog muzyki tanecznej.
The garuda put his pungi to his lips, and blew for a while upon it a low and wheezy drone,--the invariable prelude to a little jadoo, or black art,--which the beautiful animal appeared to appreciate: and then, pointing with the end of his pipe to the "spectacles" on its hood, he said, with that silky, insinuating smile which is characteristic of the scamp: Huzoor, dekho, namas karta:-- Nagki phani, chand ka dukh Uski badi, ap ka sukh.
Fish spears, Flat Bows, Flatheads, Flesh of animals eaten, Fleshers, how made, Flint and steel, Folk-lore, Food of war party, Forest and Stream, Fort Conrad, McLeod, Pitt, Union, Four Bears, Fox, The, Fox-eye, Frogs, Fungus for punk, Fur animals, how caught, Future life, Gambling, Game, hidden, in Blackfoot country, Game played by prairie dogs, Genesis, The Blackfoot, Gentes of the Blackfeet, Bloods, Kai'nah, Piegans, Pi-k)un'i, Sik'si-kau, now extinct, Ghost, bear, country, Woman, Heavy Collar and The, Ghosts, Ghosts' Buffalo, The, Ghosts, camp of the, Girls, carefully guarded, instructed, outfit for marriage, Girl stolen, Gown of women, Grasshoppers, Grease on red willow bark, Great Bear (constellation), Falls, Grizzly Bear, Grooved arrow shafts, Gros Ventres, Ground Man, Ground Man (of Cheyennes), Ground Persons, Hair, care of, mode of wearing, Handles of knives, "Hands," Hats of antelope skin, Head chief, how chosen, Heavy Collar, and the Ghost Woman, Runner, Help from animals, Hill where Old Man sleeps, Horned toad, Horns, Horses cause of war, killed at grave, when obtained, How the Blackfoot lived, Hunting, alone punished, Husband's personal rights in wife, power over wife, property rights in wife, I-kun-uh'-kah-tsi, origin of, Implements of the dead, made of buffalo hide, Indian a man, sign language, tobacco, Indians and their Stories, Beaver, general ignorance about, Infants lost, I-nis'-kim, In-uhk'-so-yi-stam-iks, I-nuk-si'-kah-ko-pwa-iks, I-nuks'-iks, Invitation to feasts, I'-pok-si-maiks, I-sis'-o-kas-im-iks, I-so-kin'-uh-kin, Is'-sui, Is-ti'-kai-nah "It fell on them" creek, It-se'-wah, Jackson, William, Kah'-mi-taiks Kai'-nah, Kalispels, Kettles of stone, Kill Close By, Kipp, Joseph, Kit-fox, Kit-fox (society), Kit-foxes, Ki'-yis, Knats-o-mi'-ta, Knives of stone, Ko-ko-mik'-e-is, Kom-in'-a-kus, Ksik-si-num' Kuk-kuiks' Kut'-ai-=im-iks, Kut-ai-sot'-si-man, Kutenais, Kut-o'-yis, Ladles of horn, of wood, Lari p=uk'=us Lesser Slave Lake, L'herbe, Liars, 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chant, for the dead, Muddy River, Murder, penalty for Musselshell River, M)ut'-siks, Na-ahks', Nai-ai', Name, changing, unwillingness to speak, Namp'-ski, Na'-pi, Nat-=os', Nat-o'-ye, Na-wuh'-to-ski, Necklaces, New Mexico, Night red light, Ni-kis'-ta, Nimp'-sa, Ni'-nah, Ni-namp'-skan, Nin'-nah, Nin'-sta, Ni'-po-m=uk-i, Nis'-ah, Ni-sis'-ah, Nis-kum'-iks, Nis-k=un', Nis-t=um-o', Nit-t=um-o'-kun, Nit'-ak-os-kit-si-pup-iks, Ni-taw'-yiks, Nit'-ik-skiks, Nit-o-k=e-man, Ni-tot'-o-ke-man, Ni-tot'-si-ksis-stan-iks, Nits'-i-san, Nits-o'-kan, Ni-tun', No parfleche, No-ko'-i, No'-ma, North Bloods, North, Major, North Saskatchewan River, Northwest Territories, Number of wives, Oath, Indian, Obstinate (gens), Office not hereditary, Ojibwas, Ok-wi-tok-so-ka, Old Man, and the Lynx, character of, disappearance of, Doctors, known to other tribes, makes first weapons, makes fire sticks, sleeps, hill where, Stories of, Old Man's predictions, River, Sliding Ground, Origin of the I-kun-uh'-kah-tsi, medicine 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Mrs. Zebulon Napthaliski proposes to spend the winter on her Brighton estate. "
"The Nevski a wreck?"
Manitou and Oki meant anything endowed with supernatural powers, from a snake-skin or a greasy Indian conjurer up to Manabozho and Jouskeha.
However, it was as yet too early for this exhibition, and there was nobody here except police-officers, the very sight of whom makes me sick; so off I set, and was caught near the Newski Prospekt in a tremendous thunder-storm, which forced me to take shelter, first under the arch of a porte-cochere, and secondly in the Casan Church, in which I discovered for the first time the baton of Marshal Davoust, stuck up in a glass-case against one of the piers supporting the dome of the Church.
Romola Nijinski (A); 18May61; R276202.
Madder, almonds, and dried fruit from Kelat and Mastung, seed and grain from Khozdar, small quantities of assa-foetida from Nushki, and sulphur from Kach-Gandava, comprise all the exports.
Then K)ut-o'-yis entered the lodge, and when the man-eater saw him, he cried out, "O'ki, O'ki," and seemed glad to see him, for he was a fat young man.
p. 150: On the Ephtalites (or Hephtalites) see R. Ghirshman and Enoki.--The carpet ceremony has been studied by P. Boodberg, and in a comparative way by L. Olschki, The Myth of Felt, Berkeley 1949.