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He is known as Stephen De)canski, after the memorial church which he built at De)cani in western Serbia.
"The Albanians in general (I do not mean the cultivators of the earth in the provinces, who have also that appellation, but the mountaineers) have a fine cast of countenance; and the most beautiful women I have ever beheld, in stature and in features, we saw levelling the road broken down by the torrents between Delvinaki and Libokavo.
The Dembinski Telephone Transmitter.--3 figures.
The Russian Poles, under the leadership of M. Dmowski, have rallied loyally round the Tsar; and there are many signs that the long-deferred Russo-Polish rapprochement is at length on the point of fulfillment.
this is a suitor indeed, very different from all the others; and rather than a mere mortal man, he resembles the son of Dewaki, with Radha caressing him in the form of the moonlight that seems to cling affectionately to his glorious limbs.
I may add that the Lurs, the Shuls, and the Shabankaras are the subjects of three successive sections in the Masalak-al-Absar of Shihabuddin Dimishki, a work which reflects much of Polo's geography. (
Doctor.--Miliszewski has gone to challenge Pretwic.
Then they finished shaking hands, and a few minutes later Nick left her with Falconer and Sonia Dobieski.
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At Moscow, he notes: "I passed the remainder of the evening at the Princess Dolgorouki's; the young ladies were in great agitation on account of the sudden indisposition of their mother, Madame Boulgakow, who had, it seems, caught cold in her return from the monastery of Troitza, sixty wersts from hence, a renowned pilgrimage.
Moscow, Russia, is founded by the Prince of Suzdal, Dolgoucki.
Dombrowski has been killed at the Chateau de la Muette.
Its chief value, apart from its furnishing a proof for the existence of the Epic as early as 2000 B. C., lies (a) in the writing Gish instead of Gish-gi(n)-mash in the Assyrian version, for the name of the hero, (b) in the writing En-ki-du--abbreviated from dug--"Enki is good" for En-ki-dú in the Assyrian version, and (c) in the remarkable address of the maiden Sabitum, dwelling at the seaside, to whom Gilgamesh comes in the course of his wanderings.
But it is poor, rank stuff, and only smoked by the peasantry and droshki-drivers.
Chapter 6: oHERALDo: an untold chapter Valmiki FaleiroValmiki Faleiro, a Goa-based working journalist between 1975-83, covered Goa for national publications like The Current Weekly, the Free Press Journal group and the Indian Express.
Translated by Michael H. Dziewicki.
From Kromitzki's words I concluded that by one stroke I could gain the most wished for end,--Kromitzki's departure for an almost unlimited time.
The large theatre, in the centre of the Erivanski Place, was not then finished.
DZIEWTCKI, H. H., tr.
I will look after the small schools I have started at Idot and Eki.
It is evident that the form in the old Babylonian version with the sign du (i.e., dúg) is the original, for it furnishes us with a suitable etymology "Enki is good."
We could see the end of the peninsula, where the coast curves round from Eski Hissariik toward Sedd ul Bahr, and two of the enemy's cruisers steaming slowly back and forth under the cliffs, firing, presumably, as they steamed.
Translated by Joseph Francis Gizinski.
"I will go forth," said Itch, "and find a fisski, or drug-store, and get something for your face."
Ingi (Yngwe) also, and Oly, Alver, Folki, all sons of Elrik (Alrek), embraced the service of Ring; they were men ready of hand, quick in counsel, and very close friends of Ring.
The meat Odin has on his board he gives to his two wolves, Geri and Freki, and he needs no meat, wine is to him both meat and drink; ravens twain sit on his shoulders, and say into his ear all tidings that they see and hear; they are called Huginn and Muninn (mind and memory); them sends he at dawn to fly over the whole world, and they come back at breakfast-tide, thereby becomes he wise in many tidings, and for this men call him Raven's-god.
The free peasants in a Fylki held general assemblies called Things, where laws were made and justice administered.
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In October 1906 Baron Achrenthal succeeded Count Goluchowski as Minister for Foreign Affairs at Vienna, and very soon initiated a more vigorous and incidentally anti-Slav foreign policy than his predecessor.
This Sigurd denies, for Giuki's son had killed the king of the Danes and also Budli's brother, a great warrior.
LESS THAN THE DUST: The Autobiography of a Tramp by Joseph Stamper Compton McKenzie in the Daily Mail.--"... there are pages with the quality of Maxim Gorki ... absorbed me sufficiently to make me read every page, starting at three o'clock in the morning after having read several other books--and I cannot say more for a book than that."
The lady was married in 1832--preferring a solid merchant to nebulous genius--to Joseph Grabovski, a merchant at Warsaw.
He had once travelled five hundred miles under the name of Prince Gotoffski, in a fur coat, a foreign accent, a false moustache and a special saloon carriage.
Gleichenstein, I. Gleichenstein, Mathilde, Baroness Glinka, Michail Ivanovitch Gluck, Christoph Willibald, Ritter von Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Gounod, Charles Grabowski, Joseph Gregorius Grieg, Edvard Griesinger, G.A. Gretry, Andre E.M. Gretry, Lucille Grimm, Baron Grob, Theresa Grove, Sir George Guabaelaraoen, Madalena Guadagnini, J.B. Guarnieri, Andreas, Pietro, and Giuseppe Gublitz Guicciardi, Giulietta Halevy, Genevieve Hamilton, Lady Emma Haendel, Georg Friedrich Hanmann, Fraeulein von Haslinger, Tobias Hasse, J.A. and Faustina Hawkins, Sir John Haydn, Joseph Heim, Emilie Heine, Heinrich Helen of Troy Heloise, Abbess Henderson, W.J. Hensel, Fanny Herbert, Lady Henrietta Herold, L.J.F. Herschel, Fr.
this is indeed warm-clothes time, but yesterday I pawned away my last shawl for two grivenki."
Him...., Hastin and Hythin (Hedin) the Slight, also Dahar (Dag), named Grenski, and Harald Olafsson also.
No," said Gurowski, "it is all in subtraction."
Guki the moon boy, and other plays; with illus.
Men do not discuss baseball performances in the cafes of Constantinople; but the latest story of how Von Bieberstein, the German Ambassador, bulldozed Haaki Pasha, the Grand Vizier, and sent the latter whining among his friends for sympathy, is far more piquant.
As I have Nothing more at Heart than the Honour and Improvement of the Fair Sex, I cannot conclude this Paper without an Exhortation to the British Ladies, that they would excel the Women of all other Nations as much in Virtue and good Sense, as they do in Beauty; which they may certainly do, if they will be as industrious to cultivate their Minds, as they are to adorn their Bodies: In the mean while I shall recommend to their most serious Consideration the Saying of an old Greek Poet, Greek: Gynaiki kosmos ho tropos, k ou chrysia.
Brynhild says, "The sons of Haki, and Hagbard withal; they brought to pass many a deed of fame in the warfare."
8:12 The sons of Elpaal; Eber, and Misham, and Shamed, who built Ono, and Lod, with the towns thereof: 8:13 Beriah also, and Shema, who were heads of the fathers of the inhabitants of Aijalon, who drove away the inhabitants of Gath: 8:14 And Ahio, Shashak, and Jeremoth, 8:15 And Zebadiah, and Arad, and Ader, 8:16 And Michael, and Ispah, and Joha, the sons of Beriah; 8:17 And Zebadiah, and Meshullam, and Hezeki, and Heber, 8:18 Ishmerai also, and Jezliah, and Jobab, the sons of Elpaal; 8:19 And Jakim, and Zichri, and Zabdi, 8:20 And Elienai, and Zilthai, and Eliel, 8:21 And Adaiah, and Beraiah, and Shimrath, the sons of Shimhi; 8:22 And Ishpan, and Heber, and Eliel, 8:23 And Abdon, and Zichri, and Hanan, 8:24 And Hananiah, and Elam, and Antothijah, 8:25 And Iphedeiah, and Penuel, the sons of Shashak; 8:26 And Shamsherai, and Shehariah, and Athaliah, 8:27 And Jaresiah, and Eliah, and Zichri, the sons of Jeroham.
The later ceremony of abdication was developed upon the basis of the interpretations of Confucius and has been studied by Ku Chieh-kang and Miyakawa Hisayuki.
Whereon the fire roared angrily, and leaped, and fell dead, for the Moon-Children Bil and Hjuki had returned from the well which is called Byrgir, and the moon was no longer void and powerless.
Jalowski, Surgeon of the Zouaves de la Republique. (
hraki, spittle; A. S. hrara, cough, phlegm, the throat, jaws; G. rachen, the jaws." (
This temple, says Assed Ifriki, is made of the bones of whales which perish on this coast.