IV.--Bettina's Confession Three weeks, during which Longueval has been crowded with visitors, have passed, and the time has come for Jean to take the road for the annual artillery practice.
Ya comienzan los golpes ivecina!
At Iversnaid we embarked in a steamboat which took us to the northern extremity of the lake, where it narrows into a channel like a river.
IV.--Explanation and Reconciliation Quite unexpectedly a summons came from Lady Delacour, and Belinda returned to her at once, to find her so seriously ill that she persuaded her at last to consent to an operation, and inform her husband of the dangerous disease from which she was suffering.
EXCEPTION IV.--NAMES ACQUIRED.
(Chapter IV.--Nationality and Humanity, page 269) What influence will the new tendencies in political thought have on the emotional and intellectual conditions of political solidarity?
PART IV.--Rinaldo and Armida, in love with each other, pass their time in a bower of bliss.
Footnote 1: Ixcuina was also the name of the goddess of pleasure.
RULE IX.--FINAL E. "Adjectives ending in able signify capacity; as, comfortable, tenable, improvable.
Cogolludo long since justly construed Izona as a misreading for Izamna.
When he had reached the city of Izancanac, Cortes learned that King Quahutimoc and his Mexicans had conspired to betray or destroy him and his Spaniards; wherefore he hanged the king and two of his principal nobles.
They told him that the highest deity they worshiped was Izona, who had made men and all things.
5:11 And the children of Gad dwelt over against them, in the land of Bashan unto Salcah: 5:12 Joel the chief, and Shapham the next, and Jaanai, and Shaphat in Bashan.
Around the house the birds were tame: the parrots and parakeets crowded and chattered in the tree tops; jacanas played in the wet ground just back of the garden; ibises and screamers called loudly in the swamps a little distance off.
He's tipsy,--young jackanapes!--show him the door!-- "Gray temples at twenty?"--Yes!
You jack'nape; give-a this letter to Sir Hugh; by gar, it is a shallenge; I will cut his troat in de park; and I will teach a scurvy jack-a-nape priest to meddle or make.
Meanwhile Amilcar had ascended the Jacyparana a month or two previously with provisions to meet them; for at that time the maps incorrectly treated this river as larger, instead of smaller, than the Gy-Parana, which they were in fact descending; and Colonel Rondon had supposed that they were going down the former stream.
Rich people find little difficulty in securing suitable matches for their girls; but Babu Jadunath Basu, widely known as "Jadu Babu," was not blessed with a large share of this world's goods; and his sister Basumati was close on her teens.
A seminary of learning was erected at Leyden, in which ministers and assistants were educated, under the renowned Walaeus, and some years a great number were sent to the East, at the Company's expence, so that in a little time many thousands at Formosa, Malabar, Ternate, Jaffanapatnam, in the town of Columba, at Amboyna, Java, Banda, Macassar, and Malabar, embraced the religion of our Lord Jesus Christ.
The animal measured scarcely less than four feet from the root of the tail to the muzzle There was no tradition of a tiger having been in Jaffna before; indeed, this one must have either come a distance of almost twenty miles, or have swam across an arm of the sea nearly two in breadth; for Jaffna stands on a peninsula, on which there is no jungle of any magnitude."
The only places that are sacred to them are the temple of Jaganath (Juggernaut), in the district of Orissa, and the shrine of a certain Mohammedan martyr.
When he presented himself before her in the temple of Jaganaut, she set fire to the pagoda.
On her return to earth, she was chosen for the bride of Jagannaut, and Ar'valan came to dishonor her; but she set fire to the pagoda, and Ereenia came to her rescue.
It is true that on certain holy days the great image of Juggernaut, or Jagernath, whichever way you choose to spell it, and it weighs many tons, is placed upon a car and the car is drawn through the crowded streets by thousands of pilgrims, who cast flowers, rice, wheat, palm leaves, bamboo wisps, sweetmeats and other offerings in its way.
Often the motion of the clouds seemed to be transferred to the lofty spire, which again assuming the giant character startled me with the impression that it was falling towards me, or rushing to crush its victims, like the horrid car of Jaggernaut.
"I will tell him to go to jahannam!"
This is the Sidi Jamatkhana or caste-hall: and long before you reach the door threading your way through a crowd of squatting hawkers, your ears are assailed by the most deafening noise, reminding you forcibly of the coppersmith's bazaar with an accompaniment of rythmic drumming.
One of them known as Ganga and Jamna is full of clear cool water which, the people say, is excellent for drinking.
Having worked up their courage to the highest pitch by these means, they fixed their camp at the extreme borders of their country in the way of the enemy; and sending messengers to Philip to inform him of the critical situation in which they stood, they obliged him to suspend the war in which he was engaged, though he had gained possession of Jamphorina by surrender, and had succeeded in other respects.
The following epitaph was inscribed to her memory:-- Phoenix Jana iacet, nato Phoenice dolendum, Secala Phoenices nulla tulisse duas.
Cervinka, Musik von Leos Janacek Klavierauszug mit Text von Bretislav Bakala.
And she looked like the daughter of Janaka, when forsaken by the lord of the race of Raghu, and like the heavenly Urwashi, when abandoned by Pururawas, a very spirit of despair carved by the Creator into a stony female form, to break the heart of the three worlds.
For example, this man wanted the Bharatiya Janata Party to win the last assembly elections.
When JANAUSCHEK comes upon "Macbeth" with his bloody hands, and explains to him that it is now too late to repent, either of murder or matrimony, she furnishes us with more instances of her unfamiliarity with the language.
But Italy protested that the Greek occupation of territory on both sides of the Straits of Corfu would menace the control of the Adriatic and insisted that the boundary between Albania and Greece should start from a point on the coast opposite the southern part of the island of Corfu, Greece, accordingly, was compelled to evacuate most of the territory she had occupied above Janina.
55 Therm)opylae, a famous pass on the great mountain Oeta, leading into Phocis, in Achaia, now called Bocca di Lupa Thessaly, a country of Greece, formerly a great part of Macedonia, now called Janna; in conjunction with Aetolia, sends ambassadors to Caesar, C. iii.
Alexander Jannaeus succeeds his brother Aristobulus in Judea.
In his castle at Jannina he meditated extensive conquests and independence of the Porte.
As those pagans told the Jesuits in Japona, they would do as their forefathers have done: and with Ratholde the Frisian Prince, go to hell for company, if most of their friends went thither: they will not be moved, no persuasion, no torture can stir them.
Malo... malo... presumo que vamos a tener jarana; yo me refugio en la iglesia, pues por lo que veo, aqui van a andar mas de sobra los cintarazos que los Pater Noster.
Henri de Bourbon, Prince de Conde, first Prince of the Blood, and Grand Master of France, was born in 1552, and succeeded his father, the Comte Louis, who was killed at the battle of Jarnac, on the 13th of May 1569, in the command of the Protestant party, conjointly with the King of Navarre (Henri IV).
From the elevation of the solfatara, a rather large fresh-water lake, surrounded by wooded mountains, is seen through a gap, exactly south, which is named Jaruanan.
224 Jaturna, the sister of Turnus, assumes his shape.
Hiller, Ferdinand Hinrichs, Marie (see Franz) Hodges, Mrs. Hoesick, Ferdinand Hofdaemmel Hohenlohe, Cardinal Honrath, Jeannette d' Hortensia Houtermann, Marc Howard, Lady Elizabeth Hubbard, Elbert Huber, Fraeulein Hueffer, Francis Hugo, Victor and Madame Hummel, J.N. Humphries, Pelham Huneker, James Hunter, Mrs. John Ibbetson, Peter Irisi Ivanof, Maria Petrovna Ivanovska, Carolina von Jahn, Otto James, Henry Jeanrenaud, Cecile Sophie Charlotte Jeanrenaud, Madame Jennings, Catherine Joachim, Josef Jonah Julius III.,
After dinner, went out shooting near Jebanah, and bagged a few partridges, but, not returning before the sun went down, the Bey sent a dozen fellows bawling out our names, fearing some harm had befallen us.
You know how after thirty years his son rose up and dethroned him, and kept him a close prisoner for seven years in the Gem Mosque, where his daughter Jehanara attended him and would not leave him.