49,50 To Ninip the breaker of the sword of my foes 51 a temple in Borsippa I made; 52 and to the Lady Gula 53 the beautifier of my person 54 Bit-Gula, Bit-Tila, Bit-Ziba-Tila, 55 her three temples 56 in Borsippa I erected: 57 to the god Yav who confers 58 the fertilizing rain upon my land, 59,60 his house (also) in Borsippa I strongly built: 61 to the Moon-god who upholds 62 the fulness of my prosperity 63 Bit-ti-Anna as his temple, 64 on the mound near Bit-Ziba 65 I beautifully constructed: 66,67 Imgur-Bel and Nimetti-Belkit 68 the great walls of Babylon, 69 ... I built, 70 which Nabopolassar 71 King, King of Babylon, the father who begat me, 72 had commenced but not completed their beauty (Continued on Column V.) Footnote 1: Wife of the sun.
They div say as weel that Auld Nick himsel' was present, an' gied the decision that the Cardinal, wha was to be askit ower frae Stirlin', should dee.
In the original song there were but two stanzas, and this is the second: "She's backit like the peacock, She's breistit like the swan, She's jimp around the middle, Her waist ye weel micht span-- Her waist ye weel micht span-- An' she has a rolling e'e, An' for bonnie Annie Laurie I'd lay me down an' dee."
Although I've been in the habit o' carryin' my bits of bawbees wi' me, I went an' bankit them this mornin', an' I'm no taking ma best oilskins or ma new seaboots."
"Why--let me see--the two black--the dun one--yon doddy--him with the twisted horn--and brockit--How much by the head?"
'His food ain't been agreeing with 'im lately and he's starving hisself for a bit to get round agin, and 'e knew that 'e couldn't trust hisself alongside o' this biskit.
In the scene where Cranky declines to accept Bowkit as son-in-law on account of his ugliness, John Edwin, who was playing "Bowkit" at the Haymarket, uttered in a tone of surprise, "Ugly?"
BLOCHMAN, LAWRENCE G. Cholera at Bukit Batu. (
answered I. "Not for all the ministers and elders that were ever cleckit.
Let him look to his own cirkit--the 'Orne Cirkit--where my brother told me as at a trial at Guildford the tenant of that there house wouldn't pay his rent.
Mr. Hardy was commended, and your father's certifikit was suspended for six months."
As Tammie glowered, amazed and curious, The mirth and fun grew fast and furious: The piper loud and louder blew, The dancers quick and quicker flew; They reeled, they set, they crossed, they cleekit, Till ilka carlin swat and reekit, And coost her duddies to the wark, And linket at it in her sark!
By them he has been described as a malignant imp: was often spoken of for his pranks by the worthy housewives of the neighbourhood, as "Mrs Byron's crockit deevil," and generally disliked for the deep vindictive anger he retained against those with whom he happened to quarrel.
Sikes, finding the chase too hot, was compelled to leave Oliver in a ditch and make his escape with his friend Crackit.
"In consequents o' wot you said, an' more in consequents o' yore clumsy fat fingers not been used to 'andlin' dellikit objex, and most in consequents o' yore been a most ontrustable thief, I will perceed to roll you a fag meself, me been 'ighly competent so fer to do.
"I came to see you, Teddy, on a very delikit business," said Mr. Kybird, taking a seat and gazing diffidently at his hat as he swung it between his hands; "though, as man to man, I'm on'y doing of my dooty.
They were a disjaskit lot, with tousled hair and pinched faces, in which shone hungry eyes.
I shall buck the kickit--I mean kick the bucket if you don't."
Whase life is like a weel-gaun mill, Supplied wi' store o' water, The heapet happer's ebbing still, And still the clap plays clatter,-- Hear me, ye venerable core, As counsel for poor mortals That frequent pass douce Wisdom's door For glaikit Folly's portals; I for their thoughtless, careless sakes Would here propone defences-- Their donsie tricks, their black mistakes, Their failings and mischances.
She is described in the Mrs. Hackit of "Amos Barton," whose industry, sharp tongue, epigrammatic speech and marked character were taken from life.
And then we wandered out to take our morning glance at what we called "our view"; and it seemed to us as if Tabb and Hoogencamp and Halkit and the Biggleses could not drive us away in a year.
A waiter came up, but Kit said, "That is not the boy."
Kalitan was a Thlinkit, though, if you asked him, he would say he was "Klinkit."
"--H. C. Mescript, or Mecri, as in G. T. The Merkit, a great tribe to the south-east of the Baikal, were also called Mekrit and sometimes Megrin.
It was, after a', a queer sicht, and, as may be supposed, I drew a haill crowd of bairns after me, bawling out, "Here's Willy M'Gee's monkey," and gi'eing him nits and gingerbread, and makin' as muckle of the cratur as could be; for Nosey was a great favourite in the town, and everbody likit him for his droll tricks, and the way he used to girn, and dance, and tumble ower his head, to amuse them.
Besides," she continued, "my father, who is a hard man, keeps his desk lockit."
Lookit, Dale, I'm going to help you out of this.
Not only this, but he mockit the Heelandman by a' manner of means, shooting out his tongue at him, spitting at him, and girning at him wi' his queer outlandish physiognomy.
Scott had often been in fishermen's cottages and heard them talk; from the registered experience of a thousand details relating to the life of the poor, their feelings and their thoughts, he gained that material upon which his imagination could work; in the case of Saladin and Ceaur de Lion he had to gain these principally through books and his general experience of life; and the images he formed--the vision he had of Mucklebackit and Saladin--must be set down to his artistic faculty, not to his experience or erudition.
"Never till I pickit 'im up o' the road."
But I ha' just been speerin the forester aboot the tod (fox), an' he gars me gang owr the muir to Ettric Forest, an' leuk in a cleuch in a rock there is there, an' I shall find the half-peckit banes o' a joop o' mine that stray'd yestreen.
That's a bayonet you got there, not a tennis rackit.
Nevertheless, the Pokanokit was a subject of the Sagamore, who had made an express stipulation in his treaty with the settlers that any of his people, who might take up their abode in the colony, should be given up to him whenever he required it; and therefore Bradford felt himself compelled to abandon Squanto to his fate.
How express in the language of Pope or even of Wordsworth an effect like this:-- "They reeled, they set, they cross'd, they cleekit, Till ilka carlin swat and reekit, And coost her duddies to the wark, And linket at it in her sark."
"The Lord be thankit," he repeated again, devoutly.
You may remember a touch of nature (that is, of some people's nature) in Burns; you remember the simple exultation of the peasant mother, when her daughter gets a sweetheart: she is "well pleased to see her bairn respeckit like the lave," that is, like the other girls round.
TO A MOUSE ON TURNING HER UP IN HER NEST WITH THE PLOUGH, NOVEMBER, 1785 Wee, sleekit, cowrin, tim'rous beastie, O what a panic's in thy breastie!
If beginners, then, are to find any systematic guidance, they must turn to the critics, not to the dramatists; and no person of common sense holds it a reproach to a critic to tell him that he is a "stickit" playwright.
The milk of seven streakit cows It was her cost to kepe, They brought her dayly, whyche she drank Before she wente to slepe."
At Tibi I had an opportunity of sketching Mount Malinao (called also Buhi and Takit), which from this side has the appearance of a large volcano with a distinct crater.
Hence arises the morbid mania for imitation, which is called in Java Sakit-latar, and here Mali-mali.
In that admirable skit on philosophical history, the introduction to the Book of Snobs, Thackeray first illustrates his theme by a reference to the French Revolution, and then adds (in sarcastic brackets)--"Which the reader will be pleased to have introduced so early."
'Buggy comin', I bin thinkit.'
"I think I would rather be an American," remarked Ted, while Kalitan said, briefly: "I like Thlinkit."
whispered Peregrine, turning to the parson, who happened to be riding alongside "I don't like un, 'e's so unkit."
He put his finger in 'is weskit-pocket. “
He walked to the shopping center and bought a toolkit cased in aluminum with foam cut out for each individual tool.
At the fuit o' the bed was standing a fearsome figure o' a man--yellow and wicked, wi' his hands tuckit in his sleeves.
He had on, as for ordinar', his Heeland dress, and walkit behint me, wi' the bit stick in his hand, and his tail sticking out frae below his kilt, as if he had been my flunky.
So they bringit me here with others, and I workit on railroad.