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.
It was the ugly squaw, who forced a greasy butcher-knife into my hand, pointing towards where the raftsman lay, and whispering to me in English,--"Stick heem!
Clara was also tormented by the persistent suit of Louis Rackerman, of Bremen, who could not see how vain was his quest.
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.
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.
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.
Tell me, do the English imagine that Abdur Raman B is their friend?"
RECIPIENT.--Man is a recipient of God, and consequently a recipient of love and wisdom from Him, 132.
BIMBISTER (Margery), the old Ranzelman's spouse.--Sir W. Scott, The Pirate (time, William III.).
All earthly powers confess your sovereign art But that one rebel,--woman's wilful heart.
Abdul Rehman explained, and the explanation was simple and sufficient.
SEE Redman, Ben Ray.
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.
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.
F.M. Answers to Queries respecting Rev. T. Reman, Katherine Pegg, &c. in our next.
The first and famous axiom of the "Novum Organum" contains the phrase which Bacon constantly repeats,--"man being the interpreter of Nature."
The eighteen-year-old Optik, a high-school dropout and part-time computer repairman, was young, smart, and ruthlessly obsessive, a sharp-dressing, sharp-talking digital dude who was utterly and airily contemptuous of anyone's rules but his own.
RICEYMAN STEPS; a novel by Arnold Bennett.
Anyway, having safely reached Maubeuge, the far-seeing Rheinishman effected a working understanding with a native publican, which was probably a good thing for both, seeing that one had a stock of goods and a ready-made trade but no place to set up business, and that the other owned a shop, but had lost his trade and his stock-in-trade likewise.
It is an indignant denunciation of precisely these outrages; and though he refuses to give details, he supplies their place by epithets: "revolting,"--"inhuman and not to be justified,"--"acts of barbarity and cruelty,"--"acts of atrocity,"--"this course of proceeding dignifies the rebel and the assassin with the sanctity of martyrdom."
R56722, 4Jan50, John Marshall Richman (C) AMERICAN Bank Note Company.
A letter from Lamb to his friend Rickman (see Canon Ainger's edition), shows that it was for Rickman that the lines were written.
SEE Riesman, David.
RIPMAN, WALTER, comp.
Wary and keen, and with great muscular strength and hardihood, the moose is pitting his acute senses against the encroaching rifleman in the struggle for survival, and it is fair to believe that this superb member of the deer family will continue to be an inhabitant of the forest long after most other members of the group have disappeared.
R114657, 8Jul53, John R. Riggleman (A) RIGGS, LYNN.
(the second finger moving Dance, Ringman, dance, (the third finger moving Dance, ye merrymen, dance.
Qui riman l'elmo, e la riman lo scudo; Lontan gli arnesi, e piu lontan l'usbergo L'arme sue tutte, in somma vi concludo, Avean pel bosco differente albergo.
SEE ROHMAN, CHARLES.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: The Riverman Author: Stewart Edward White Posting Date: August 3, 2008 EBook #1099 Release Date: November, 1997 Last updated: July 19, 2011 Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE RIVERMAN *** Produced by Anonymous Volunteers, and Thorild Vrang Bennett THE RIVERMAN by Stewart Edward White I The time was the year 1872, and the place a bend in the river above a long pond terminating in a dam.
Many are denoted Red, White, Black, Great, etc.. DRAKE (Joseph Rodman), author of The Culprit Fay and The American Flag, died at the early age of twenty-five.
Rome and the Barbarian Tribes New governments in Europe.—Earliest times.—How civilization began.—The rise of Rome.—Roman civilization.—Roman cruelty.—The German tribes.—The Slavic tribes.—The Celtic tribes.—The Huns and Moors.—The great Germanic invasions of the Roman world.
I see it stated by competent authority that Romman is often applied to any prose composition in a Romance language.
Out of her own states, her presence in Italy would be attended with unpleasant consequences to the powers that be, on account of the attachment borne to Napoleon by all classes of society; and it is on this account that on her last visit to Bologna she received an intimation from the papal authorities to quit the Roman territory in twenty-four hours.
ROSMAN, ALICE GRANT.
Howdahs and howdah-ropes.--Mussulman custom.--Killing animals for food.--Mysterious appearance of natives when an animal is killed.
Thomas Rossman Palfrey & William Collar Holbrook (A); 18Jun64; R339739.
Southey has made the destruction of Dom-Daniel the subject of his Thalaba--in fact, Thalaba takes the office of Habed-il-Rouman; but the general incidents of the two tales have no other resemblance to each other.
But to proceed, these and such like insolent and bold attempts, prodigious paradoxes, inferences must needs follow, if it once be granted, which Rotman, Kepler, Gilbert, Diggeus, Origanus, Galileo, and others, maintain of the earth's motion, that 'tis a planet, and shines as the moon doth, which contains in it "both land and sea as the moon doth:" for so they find by their glasses that Maculae in facie Lunae, "the brighter parts are earth, the dusky sea," which Thales, Plutarch, and Pythagoras formerly taught: and manifestly discern hills and dales, and such like concavities, if we may subscribe to and believe Galileo's observations.
In the intimacy of which I speak I became much acquainted with Drinkwater, Buckle, Rothman, and Sutcliffe: and we formed a knot at the table (first the Undergraduate Scholars' table, and afterwards the Bachelor Scholars' table) for several years.
R103431, 4Dec52, Edsel A. Ruddiman (A) RUNKEL, LURA E., joint author Child library readers.
Anthony Comstock, roundsman of the Lord, by Heywood Broun and Margaret Leech.
But on this day--during which we made twenty-five kilometres--after running two hours and a half we found on the left bank a board on a post, with the initials J. A., to show the farthest up point which a rubberman had reached and claimed as his own.
Many women (as Petronius observes) sordibus calent (as many men are more moved with kitchen wenches, and a poor market maid, than all these illustrious court and city dames) will sooner dote upon a slave, a servant, a dirt dauber, a brontes, a cook, a player, if they see his naked legs or arms, thorosaque brachia, &c., like that huntsman Meleager in Philostratus, though he be all in rags, obscene and dirty, besmeared like a ruddleman, a gipsy, or a chimney-sweeper, than upon a noble gallant, Nireus, Ephestion, Alcibiades, or those embroidered courtiers full of silk and gold.
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Ryman continued: "There is a launch out, too, patrolling the riverside from here to Tilbury.