Daghestan is still filled with the enemies of Russia, notwithstanding their assurances of submission; even Tarki is ready to revolt at the first movement in the mountains: we must rivet their chains by punishment, and show the Tartars that no birth can screen the guilty--that all are equal in the sight of the Russian law.
Tschaikovski, however, had not learned that womankind was not his kind; so he flirted a little with the beautiful niece of one Tarnovski, for instance, and with an unknown at a masked ball.
"The Austro-Hungarian government has, indeed, avowed its unqualified endorsement and acceptance of the reckless and lawless submarine warfare adopted now without disguise by the imperial German government, and it has therefore not been possible for this government to receive Count Tarnowski, the ambassador recently accredited to this government by the imperial and royal government of Austria-Hungary; but that government has not actually engaged in warfare against citizens of the United States on the seas.
K Footnote K: Gerebtzoff, Histoire de la Civilisation en Russie,--Wolowski, in Revue des Deux Mondes,--and Tegoborski, Commentaries on the Productive Forces of Russia, Vol.
This structure is called Teherki felek by the Moslems, and resembles a kiosk.
I put a number of things into a pannier, went up again, found some of those exquisite pale cigarettes which drunken in the hollow of an emerald, also a jewelled two-yard-long chibouque, and tembaki: and with all descended by another stair, and laid them on the steps of a little raised kiosk of green marble in a corner of the court; went up again, and brought down a still-snowy yatag to sleep on; and there, by the kiosk-step, ate and passed the night, smoking for several hours in a state of languor.
VON TEMPSKI, ARMINE.
The smell of grilling teriyaki drifted across the grass.
Its Greek name is pronounced Thĕssȧlōnyi′ki, while other nations term it variously Sȧlōni′kā, Sĕlȧnïk′, Sō′lōn, Sȧlōni′ki or Salō′nicȧ. Some sounds, again, it is almost impossible for English speaking people to reproduce.
Mr. Madden, in his recent Travels in Turkey, having determined to experience the effects of that pestilent practice of eating opium, which is so common in Turkey, he repaired to the market of Theriaki Tchachissy, where he seated himself among the persons who were in the habit of resorting thither for the purpose of enjoying (?)
All together: as now these half-dozen men were roaring cheerfully:-- "Ma Tonkiki, ma Tonkiki, ma Tonkinoise, Yen a d'autr's qui m' font les doux yeux, Mais c'est ell' que j'aim' le mieux!"
NOTE 3.--The city called by Polo CHAGAN-NOR (meaning in Mongol, as he says, "White Lake") is the Chaghan Balghasun mentioned by Timkowski as an old city of the Mongol era, the ruined rampart of which he passed about 30 miles north of the Great Wall at Kalgan, and some 55 miles from Siuen-hwa, adjoining the Imperial pastures.
"Bows and arrows" are not often spoken of, but archer heroes, such as Toki, Ane Bow-swayer, and Orwar-Odd, are known.
He saw The Complete Works of William Shakespeare; Kon Tiki by Thor Heyerdahl; Homer's Odyssey; and several advanced textbooks on mineralogy, metallurgy, engineering, and electronics.
For his crest, the little child should share in the "motto given to the mongoose family, in Kipling's Rikki-Tikki, 'Run and find out.'"
Some drink one glass, some two, some three or more; but as a rule the "kasumba" drinker confines himself to two glasses, being ashamed to own even to a brother "Tiryaki" the real quantity of the drug consumed by him: while a few, strengthened by prolonged habit, pay somewhat more than the ordinary price for a thicker and stronger dilution.
Poland is twenty-two days journey from Moscow; and the first place we come to in Poland is a fortified town, called Trocki, or Trozk, to which we arrive through woods, and over hills, travelling a long way in an uninhabited desert.
Casimir king of Poland, who then resided at Troki, immediately on learning my arrival, sent two of his gentlemen to compliment me in his name, and to congratulate me on my safe return.
Twardowski, Idee und Perception in Descartes, 1892.
These two ships could have been none other than the Resolution and Discovery, though evidently the Tschutski thought they were Russian.
Falling before the walls of Tseki, he was interred with pomp at the scene of his first victory, where a temple was erected to his memory, and he is now reckoned among the "Joss" of the Chinese Empire.
Here the ill-told story of the light sledges of the Tshutki, drawn by dogs of a very ordinary size, is innocently magnified into carts dragged by gigantic mastiffs.--E. SECTION XXI.
SEE Trotzki, Leo.
Prince Troubetzki said to me yesterday, after causing Your Majesty's telegram to be delivered at once to Czar Nicolas: Thank God that a telegram of Your Emperor has come.
Tschaikovski regarded his wife with a horror bordering on insanity, finding what little consolation life had for him in the devotion of a widow, who furnished him liberally with funds and admiration, with an affection which, for lack of better information, we can only call, for lack of a better word, Platonic.
Such an example of Polo's correctness both in the form and meaning of a Turki word is worthy of especial note, and shows how little he merits the wild and random treatment which has been often applied to the solution of like phrases in his book.
If anything should happen to Karslake now, it would break Sonia's heart, but..." "And after the part he played in that Vassilyevski show his lease of life wouldn't be apt to be prolonged by staying on in England."
Now Varlofski is well known to many of us.
Regarding this method of diagnosis, Professor Udriski of Bucharest, after a series of trials, sums up as follows: 1.
For all that, however, Hunyady had a good deal of trouble with the chief aristocrats, Garay, Czillei, Ujlaki, who, envying the parvenu his sudden promotion and despising his obscure origin, took up arms to resist his authority.
.Urukki 7 i-di-il-sú ...... is-me-ma um-ma-nu ib-bi-ra us-te-(?)-mi-a i-na sûki sá Urukki ri-bi-tim ...... u-se(?)-sa-sú dGis ina sûki sá(?)
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.
Besides Rajan, also sitting in on the interview was Valmiki Faleiro, who was egged on by the recent public debate to tell his side of the story in another chapter. (
WASIELEWSKI (W.J. VON).
The first of the Nemanja dynasty was Stephen, whose title was still only Veliki 'Zupan; he extended Serb territory southwards at the expense of the Greeks, especially after the death of Manuel Comnenus in 1180.
virki, an entrenchment.
Translated into Russian from the authorized English text by Nadejda Dessiatoff, Countess Alexandra Mouravieff & Antonie Ullman de Volginski.
"Because three days ago Sir Henry received an anonymous letter bearing the postmark of 'London, E.C.,' enclosing correct copies of the papers which our friend Volkonski brought from Petersburg, and asking what sum he was prepared to pay to obtain repossession of the originals.
He seemed a pleasant fellow, and told me that he was a wool merchant, and that he had been having a pleasant vacation trout fishing in the Vuoski above the falls of the Imatra, where the pools between the rapids abound with fish.
BAUM, VICKI, pseud.
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He whipped his horses, and we turned into that maze of dark, ill-lit, narrow streets that lies between the Vosnesenski and the Nevski, turning and winding until we emerged at last into the main thoroughfare again, and then at last we turned into the street I had indicated--a wide road of handsome buildings where I knew I was certain to be able to instantly get another drosky.
Had Rolf officiously offered it, it would have been refused; now the Indian took it, tapped and warmed it at the fire, and sang a song of the Wabanaki.
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M. and founding, ~2~, 417 Vauxhall Gardens, M. on (1811), ~1~, 50-52 Venice, M.'s Journey to, by Po (1831), ~1~, 391-393 sights and smells, 393 thunder storms, 393, 394 society, 394 Venice Preserved, M. on, ~1~, 72 Vernet, Horace, M. on, at Rome, ~1~, 343, 344 Victoria of England, coronation, ~2~, 100 anecdote of kindness, 101 Villages, aspect of English (1829), ~1~, 306 Vinci, Leonardo da, and science, ~2~, 471 Virginia, disestablishment, church property, ~1~, 13 Visger, Harman, and M., ~1~, 121 to M. (1814) on self-support, Allston, 123 Visscher, ----, in England (1812), and M., ~1~, 83, 169-171 Vouchy, Comte de, and M., ~2~, 351 Wainwright, J.M., informal club (1837), ~2~, 451 Walcott, ----, and daguerreotypes, ~2~, 145 Walcott, G.K., and M.'s farewell message to telegraph, ~2~, 486 Waldo, S.L., and portrait of Lafayette, ~1~, 261 and origin of Academy of Design, 280 Wales, Prince of, M. and visit to America, ~2~, 413 New York ball, 414 Walewski, Comte, and gratuity to M., ~2~, 373 to M. (1858) announcing award, 390 M.'s reply, 394 Walker, Charles , M. on family, ~1~, 202 Walker, Charles , with M. at New York (1825), ~1~, 275 Walker, Lucretia P., love and engagement to M., ~1~, 202-210 visits his parents, 212 and fiance, 214 converted, 214 marriage, 217 See also Morse, Lucretia P. Walker, S.C., and Henry-Morse controversy, ~2~, 262 Walker, T.R., to M. (1849) on animosity of newspapers, ~2~, 304 from M. (1855) on Atlantic cable, 343 (1862) on monarchy in America, 420 Walker, Mrs. T.R., from M. (1872) on poem, ~2~, 494 Wall, William, and origin of Academy of Design, ~1~, 280 Walpole, N.H., M. at (1816), ~1~, 206 Walsh, Robert, and M.'s telegraph, prophecy, ~2~, 125 War of 1812, M. on British attitude (1811), ~1~, 48; M.'s Republican attitude, 58, 64, 70, 76, 81, 82, 84, 87, 109, 110, 115, 116, 140, 141, 152, 153, 166, 168, 181 Federalistic attitude of M.'s family, 58, 66, 79, 80, 99, 109, 114, 118, 122, 181 Americans in England not disturbed, 58, 86 question of Orders in Council, 67, 76, 89 English opinion of Federalists, 81 Allston's attitude, 89 and French influence in America, 90, 91 repeal of Orders in Council, 115 hatred of Americans in England, 116, 117, 120, 163 M.'s efforts for release of a prisoner of war, 124-127 New York defences, 150 Lake Erie and Plattsburg, 150, 151 New England's opposition, 151 American effort (1814), 156 Federalistic view (1814), 157, 158 England and peace overtures, 165 Mrs. Morse on peace, 173 Warren, Edward, and Jackson's claim, letter from M. (1847), ~2~, 274 Warren, Mass. See Western.
Ysaye, Kreisler and Mischa Elman have esteemed the acclaim of audiences here as much as Ole Bull and Wieniawski did in earlier days.