Roadmen thought it an excellent project for railways; railwayman were all in favour of its being applied to docks; and dockmen had no objection to its being tried on the roads.
a craven, the devil; +rageman+, PP; +raggeman+, PP.--Icel.
That Shakespeare thought little of his success and had no idea that his dramas were the greatest that the world ever produced seems evident from the fact that he made no attempt to collect or publish his works, or even to save his manuscripts, which were carelessly left to stage managers of the theaters, and so found their way ultimately to the ragman.
the craven's roll, aterm in Scottish history, JD, ND; agame, HD; +ragman's rewe+, along jest, DG; +ragmanrew+, series, Manip.
Tell me, do the English imagine that Abdur Raman B is their friend?"
This city, once the glory of Moorish Spain, the capital of the great Abd-er-Rahman, containing, when in its prime, a million of inhabitants, is now a melancholy wreck.
"It must have been Ramanath, who is always seeking to make mischief.
you call out from your bed, pulling the blankets over your ears; "RAMANCHEZ LE FEU, S'IL VOUS PLAIT.
Peggy Hughes sings, Monsieur Ramandon plays, Miss Santlow dances, Monsieur Cherier teaches, and all for the Church.
In due course the charge preferred by Sadhu against Ramani Babu was heard by a Deputy Magistrate.
Purcell, Frances Purcell, Henry Purcell, Mary Peters Pygmalion Rackerman, Louis Raff, Joachim Ramann, Lina Rameau, Jean Philippe Rameau, Marie Louisa Mangot Raphael, painter Ravina, Jean Henri Reade, Charles Reinken, Johann Adam Reissman, August Reissman, Henrietta Reynolds, Sir Joshua Ricci or Rizzio, David Richard III.
Between the cook and Marianne they managed to carry the limp figure to the shelter of the arcade just as Hervey and his men thundered up to the closed gate of the patio, and there the foreman drew rein in a cloud of dust and cursed his surprise at the sight of the ranchman.
BIMBISTER (Margery), the old Ranzelman's spouse.--Sir W. Scott, The Pirate (time, William III.).
Ustedes se lo podran figurar mejor que yo pintarlo, solo con decirles que tornaba reclamando sus vendidos derechos, que si malo se fue, peor volvio, y si pobre y sin credito se encontraba antes de partir a la guerra, ya no podia contar con mas recursos que su despreocupacion, su lanza y una media docena de aventureros tan desalmados y perdidos como su jefe.
Of the newer works in the field of aesthetics, in addition to A. Zeising's Aesthetische Forschungen, 1855, C. Hermann's Aesthetik, 1875, and Hartmann's Philosophie des Schoenen, 1887, we may mention the Einleitung in die Aesthetik of Karl Groos, 1892, and the following by Lipps: Der Streit ueber die Tragoedie, 1890; Aesthetische Faktoren der Raumanschauung, 1891; the essay Psychologie der Komik (Philosophische Monatshefte, vols.
He advocated the simple reaffirmance of the Cincinnati platform.
All earthly powers confess your sovereign art But that one rebel,--woman's wilful heart.
The snow was there, and plenty of it, but Rebmann died before justice was done to his faithful labors.
RECIPIENT.--Man is a recipient of God, and consequently a recipient of love and wisdom from Him, 132.
SEE Redman, Ben Ray.
+Recomand+, v. to commend, S2, C3; +recomaundiþ+, PP.--OF.
Comme il n'avait point de sel, il envoya un esclave pour en chercher au village voisin, et lui recommanda de le payer tres exactement.
Nor would that view be consistent with the judgment of so competent an authority as Paulin Paris, implied in his calling Rustician a nom recommandable in old French literature, and his speaking of him as "versed in the secrets of the French Romance Tongue."
Pourquoi donnait-on a ce roi le surnom de Juste?--A quel divertissement se livrait-il un jour?--Avait-il fait bonne chasse?--Que voulait-il faire?--Qu'est-ce qui lui manquait?--Ou pensait-il en trouver?--Quelle recommandation a-t-il faite a celui qu'il a charge d'aller chercher du sel?--Fallait-il payer le sel?--Pourquoi le roi voulait-il qu'on le payat?
alors, Monsieur, je prie votre Excellence de vouloir bien appuyer de ses propres estimables et puissantes recommandations l'application des amis de la jeune demoiselle.
Qu'est-ce que la mere avait recommande a son fils?--Etait-ce la premiere fois qu'il se separait d'elle?--Quelle experience avait-il des lettres?--Comment a-t-il voulu suivre la recommandation de sa mere?
"When a talent is given to any one, an account is open with the giver of it, who appoints a day in which he will arrive and 'redemand his own with usury.
I had a letter to a Madam Schmidt, a German refugee, and an advanced republican, at whose house I used to meet a little assembly of refugees,--German, French, Russian, etc.
Istorum non curaui intrare insulam: nam et audiui quod ad maris littus solent insidiari nauigantibus, nauesque submergere, nisi interdum redimantur tribus aut quatuor per sortem hominibus sibi datis.
The senate then of hell, by grave advice Of Minos, Aeac, and of Radamant, Commands me draw this hateful air, and rise Above the earth, with dole and death to daunt The pride and present joys, wherewith these two Feed their disdained hearts; which now to do, Behold I come with instruments of death.
15 The importance of the plant as a dye began steadily to decrease, and it has now ceased to have any value as such in the face of the introduction of newer coloring matters (a question that was treated of in a paper read a short time ago by Dr. Reimann before this Society).
Abdul Rehman explained, and the explanation was simple and sufficient.
On the 14th of August, Clara and her friend Henrietta Reissman left Paris.
Scott was known to be the best reinsman and the most expert driver on the whole line of the road.
Dorothy Reitman (W); 5Dec58; R225976.
The first and famous axiom of the "Novum Organum" contains the phrase which Bacon constantly repeats,--"man being the interpreter of Nature."
In Munich, almost all the Poor provide their own lodgings; and twice a year have certain allowances in money, to assist them in paying their rent.--Many among them who are single, have indeed, no lodgings they can call their own.
HAPPER, saisir en ouvrant et refermant brusquement la bouche, la gueule, le bec.