The city of Bezeneger was sacked in the yeere 1565, by foure kings of the Moores, which were of great power and might: the names of these foure kings were these following, the first was called Dialcan, the second Zamaluc, the third Cotamaluc, and the fourth Viridy: and yet these foure kings were not able to ouercome the city and the king of Bezeneger, but by treason.
the chrisom-cloth, crismale, Voc.;
Crisps.--Small arches; sometimes double-feathered, and according to the number of them in immediate connexion; they are termed tre-foils, quatre-foils, cinque-foils, &c. Dripstone.--The tablet running round doors and windows.
Games and Pastimes Games of the Ancient Greeks and Romans.--Games of the Circus.--Animal Combats.--Daring of King Pepin.--The King's Lions.--Blind Men's Fights.--Cockneys of Paris.--Champ de Mars.--Cours Plenieres and Cours Couronnees.--Jugglers, Tumblers, and Minstrels.--Rope-dancers.--Fireworks.--Gymnastics.--Cards and Dice.--Chess, Marbles, and Billiards.--La Soule, La Pirouette, &c.--Small Games for Private Society.--History of Dancing.--Ballet des Ardents.--The "Orchesographie" (Art of Dancing) of Thoinot Arbeau.--List of Dances.
And, if your honour would like to see him, he lives at Corrigmalvin, at the top of High Street, in the town of Killarney.
At such times might be found a goodly company of yeomen or country folk seated around the blazing hearth, bandying merry jests, while roasted crabsSmall sour apples bobbed in bowls of ale upon the hearthstone.
In the fifth act the scene draws and discovers Crimalhaz cast down on the guanches, i.e. hung on a wall set with spikes, scythe-blades, and hooks of iron; which scene (to judge from the engraving) exhibited the mangled limbs and wasted bones of former sufferers, suspended in agreeable confusion.
Crockets.--Small bunches of foliage, ornamenting canopies and pinnacles.
FOURRURE, f., peau d'animal.
Mr. Perkins, following the suggestion of Panza, in his Istoria dell' Antica Republica d'Amalfi, is inclined to think that this head represents, not Sigelgaita, but Joanna II.
The "Bomo" dance is followed with scarce a pause by the "Lewa," a kind of festal revel, in which the dancers move inwards and outwards as they circle round; and this in turn yields place to the "Bondogaya" and two religious figures, the "Damali" and "Chinughi," which are said when properly performed to give men the power of divination.
On the other hand, I dwelt upon the condescension it was on my part to visit him, and I refused to admit that I was under any gratitude or obligation for the sight of His Majesty the Sultan Mohammed Damaliel Kisand, but said that he might feel grateful to me if he signed the treaty I would prepare for him.
Das Memoire schildert nach einer Aussage eines von der Narodna Odbrana angeworbenen Komitatschis die damalige Taetigkeit der Narodna Odbrana, die eine von zwei Hauptleuten, darunter Jankovic, geleitete Schule zur Ausbildung von Banden unterhielt, Schulen, welche von General Jankovic und von Hauptmann Milan Pribicevic regelmaessig inspiziert wurden.
Es verbreitet sich hierauf ueber den Zusammenhang des Attentats auf den Thronfolger und dessen Gemahlin, ueber die Art, wie sich die Jungen schon in der Schule an dem Gedanken der Narodna Dobrana vergifteten und wie sich die Attentaeter mit Hilfe von Pribicewic und Dacic die Werkzeuge zu dem Attentat verschafften, wobei insbesondere die Rolle des Majors Tankofte dargelegt wird, der die Mordwassen lieferte, wie auch die Rolle eines gewissen Ciganovic, eines gewesenen Komitatschi und jetzigen Beamten der serbischen Eisenbahndirektion Belgrad, der schon 1909 als Zoegling der Bandenschule der damaligen Narodna Odbrana austauchte.
Without delay I carried her down to the shore, embarked, set sail at once, and the wind being favourable, we soon reached Damalipta.
Diese in ihren Endzielen stets gleichbleibende und nur in ihren Mitteln und an Intensitaet wechselnde Propaganda erreichte zur Zeit der Unnerionskrise ihren Hoehepunft und trat damals ossen mit ihren Tendenzen hervor.
JENNER * * * * * ESSAY ON WAR War for room required by encreased Population.--With Arts of Use and Comfort spring those of War.--Blessings of the Infant State of Society.--Peace cannot last beyond the Infancy of Society.--War defined to preserve the equilibrium of Population.--War between hords of emigrating Stranger Nations.--Invasions on account of violated Women.--Love the strongest and most natural cause of War.--Violence of conflicting Passions at sight of an Enemy.--Solitary wounded Combatant amid the Dying and Dead.--Female Friends seeking for Dead or Wounded Relatives.--Morning after the Battle--Sympathy--Compassion.--Long remembrance of the Horrors of War.--Gunpowder; it's tremendous effects.--Gunpowder, a humane discovery.--Castles &c. proofs of the continued prevalence of War.--Men quit a peaceful Country to seek War abroad.--History full of War.--Slavish Peace more cruel and more horrid than War.--Obligations of Peace to the active Virtues of War.--Havock of Peace more shocking than that of War.--War between Man and the rest of the animal Creation.--War of the Elements and natural Powers.--Recapitulation.... Conclusion.
What I desire is to bestow upon you the hand of Mademoiselle d'Aumale, and by this means to revive the duchy of Aumale in your favour."
Unless I know nothing of Germany, Germany will bristle with "denkmals" to keep open all such sores.
You want seven decimal places?
The Chippewas count decimally, and after ten, add the names of the digits to the word ten, up to twenty; then take the word for twenty, and add them as before, to thirty; and so on to a hundred.
They proceed by decimals, precisely like the Algonquin tribes, but while the arithmetical theory is precisely the same, a comparison shows that the names of the numerals have not the slightest resemblance.
An order, quoted by Mr. Malone, for abatement of the commencement-money paid at taking the Bachelor's degree, on account of poverty, applies to Jonathan, not to John Dryden.--MALONE, vol.
This on the belly, that upon the back One of the other lay, and others crawling Shifted themselves along the dismal road.
Bruder's Concordance is a dismal- looking volume--a mere index of words, and nothing more.
dear me, no,--that's not the right word,--nor dismal,--but I mean something between the two."
But the noisiest, dismalest place was the palace, the heart of all Rome, where the rain and hail dinned down on marble.
Nay, slight it not: the dismall ravens noate Or mandrakes screches, to a long-sick man Is not so ominous as the heareing of it Will be to you; 'twill like a frost congeale Your lively heate,--yet it must out, our frendship Forbids concealment.
Anything dismaller it would be hard to find.
Stephen watched her face in silence for a moment; then he laughed constrainedly, and said,-- "Don't be afraid, Mrs. Philbrick, to say outright that it is the dismallest old barn you ever saw.
The Part of Don Lewis, alias Don Choleric Snap Shorto de Testy, by Mr. Penkethman; Carlos, Mr. Wilks; Clodio, alias Don Dismallo Thick-Scullo de Half Witto, Mr. Cibber; and all the other Parts to the best Advantage.
Captain Nugent wondered dismally whether life ashore would infect him with the same opinions.
The prevailing dismalness of the scene oppressed her, and she made up her mind to go and see Mr. Fraser, instead of returning at present to her lonely home.
I git the dismals afterwards.'
Rise, Marcus, rise; The dismal'st day is this that e'er I saw, To be dishonoured by my sons in Rome!
Dramali's supplies ran out.
Rumors circulated that Djemal Pasha had been bought by the English and that the defeat at Suez had been planned by him, and persons keeping an ear close to the ground began to hear mutterings of a general massacre of Germans.
DOCTOR.--"O'MALLEY is a prisoner in the fort.
HORS-D'OEUVRES.--Small dishes, or assiettes volantes of sardines, anchovies, and other relishes of this kind, served to the guests during the first course. (
Three quarters of the Forms bear a duodecimal impress.
The dumali is the early variety; it ripens in three months from planting, from which circumstance it derives its name: it is raised exclusively on the uplands.
Dungerkamaluma is a small village at the foot of a low mountain.