Rayana say, how many a tedious year Its hallow'd circle o'er our heads hath roll'd, Since to my vows thy tender maids gave ear, And fondly listened to the tale I told?
This desert is known as the Rechna Doab, and until recently was waste government land, a barren, lifeless tract upon which nothing but snakes and lizards could exist, although the soil is heavily charged with chemicals of the most nutritious character for plants, and when watered yields enormous crops of wheat and other cereals.
Like the regina angelorum, she was virgo castissima.
Footnote 1: Della influenza dei boshi sulla malaria dominante nella regiona marittima della provincia di Roma.
Ambo haec regna, et regis eorum, sunt de fide Christiana, et homines ita deuoti vt ad minus semel in hebdomada communicent sacramentis, iuxta ritum Graecorum confectis.
y sus nimbos de oro, como los de las tablas de los altares; alli, en fin, coronada de estrellas, vestida de luz, rodeada de todas las jerarquias celestes, y hermosa sobre toda ponderacion, Nuestra Senora de Monserrat, la Madre de Dios, la Reina de los arcangeles, el amparo de los pecadores y el consuelo de los afligidos.
Hay otros en que se desliga de la carne, pierde su personalidad y se confunde con los elementos de la naturaleza, se relaciona con su modo de ser, y traduce su incomprensible lenguaje.
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Thus we read such inscriptions as the following:-- RIGINE VENEMEREMTI FILIA SVA FECIT VENERIGINE MATRI VIDVAE QVE SE DIT VIDVA ANNOS LX ET ECLESA VIXIT ANNOS LXXX MESIS V DIES XXVI Her daughter Reneregina made this for her well-deserving mother Regina, a widow, who sat a widow sixty years, and never burdened the church, the wife of one husband, who lived eighty years, five months, twenty-six days.
renna, to make to run, to pour (of a melted substance), causal of renna (rinna), to run.
No obstante, Lope y Alonso permanecian impasibles, mudos, midiendose con los ojos, de la cabeza a los pies, sin que la tempestad de sus almas se revelase mas que por un ligero temblor nervioso, que agitaba sus miembros como si se hallasen acometidos de una repentina fiebre.
The faculties of Berlin, Munich, and Wuerzburg are in especial repute,--Vienna also affording many advantages.
The day was breaking when we reached the mountains around Requena.
resina, f., resin; teas de --, pine (or resinous) torches.
'Philhellenes', 'Philiki Hetairia', Philip, Count of Flanders, Philip of Macedonia, Philippopolis, Bogomil centre, foundation of, revolts against Turks, Pindus, Pirot, Place-names, the distribution of classical, indigenous, and Slavonic, in the Balkan peninsula, Plevna, siege of, Podgorica, Poland, Pontus, Popes, attitude of the, towards the Slavonic liturgy, Poros, Porto Lagos, Po)zarevac, Preslav, Bulgarian capital, Prespa, Pressburg, Treaty of (1805), Prilep, battle of (1912), 'Primates', the, Prizren, Prussia and Austria, war between (1866), Psara, Radowitz, Baron von, Ragusa (Dubrovnik, in Serbian), its relations with the Serbian state, prosperity of, under Turkish rule, decline of, Railways in the Balkan peninsula, Rashid Pasha, Ra)ska, centre of Serb state, Reglement Organique, Religious divisions in the Balkan peninsula, Resna, in Macedonia, Rhodes, siege of, Risti'c, M., Rodosto, Romaic architecture, government, language, 'Romaioi', Roman Catholicism in the Balkan peninsula, Roman Empire, Roman law, Rome, its conquest of the Balkan peninsula, relations of, with Bulgaria, relations of, with Serbia, spiritual rivalry of, with Constantinople, Rosetti, C.A., Rovine, battle of, Rumania and the Balkan peninsula, and the second Balkan war(1913), and Bulgaria, and the Russo-Turkish war (1877), anti-Greek movement in, anti-Russian revolution in, commerce of, convention with Russia (1877), dynastic question in, education in, influences at work in, military situation, nationalist activity in, neutrality of, origins of, Patriarch's authority in, peasantry of, Phanariotes in, political parties in, politics of, internal, relations with Russia, religion and Church in, Roman civilization, influence in, rural question in, Russian influence in; politics in, struggle for independence, territorial gains, territorial losses, Turkish rule in, Upper class in (cneazi, boyards), origins of, social evolution of, economic and political supremacy, Rumanian army, claims in Macedonia, principalities, foundation of, union of, revolt (1822), Rumanians, early evidences of, in Bessarabia, in Bucovina, in Hungary, in Macedonia, Rumelia, Eastern, Russia and Bulgaria, and Greece, and Montenegro, and Rumania, and Serbia, and Turkey, and the Macedonian question, and the struggle for Greek independence, Bulgars in, commercial treaty with Turkey (1783), convention with Rumania (1877), conversion to Christianity, occupation of Kars, re-organization under Peter the Great, wars with Turkey (1769-84), (1787), (1807), (1828), (1877-8), (1914-15), Russian diplomacy at Constantinople, influence in Bulgaria, invasion of Balkan peninsula, relations with the Balkan Christians, relations with the Balkan League, Russians, the, comparison of, with the Southern Slavs, see Slavs, the Eastern, )Sabac (Shabatz), Salisbury, Lord, Salonika, Salonika-Nish railway, the, Samos, Samothraki, Samuel, Tsar of western Bulgaria (977-1014), San Stefano, Treaty of (1878), Saracens, the, Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia, Sava, St., Save, the, Scutari (di Albania), Skodra, Selim I, Sultan, Selim III, Sultan, Seljuks, the, Semendria: see Smederevo.
And Sidonius alludes to upholstery of like character: "Peregrina det supellex * * * Ubi torvus, et per artem Resupina flexus ora, It equo reditque telo Simulacra bestiarum Fugiens fugansque Parthus." (
"--W. E. Retana, who was a journalist in Manila at the time, in a note to this chapter.
Now, sir, to the same returna I went.
The lids transmit light to the retina and it is quite likely that you are frequently awakened by a beam of light falling upon your closed eye-lids.
"On retourna donc au bris, dont on ne put rien tirer, les lames aiant emporte les bordages, les ecoutilles, et fracasse tout le vaisseau, tant la mer brise fort en ces parages.
CHIONANTHUS RETUSA.--China, 1852.
Altera trans-Rhenana ingressa sepulchrum recens apertum, vidit cadaver, et domum subito reversa putavit eam vocare, post paucos dies obiit, proximo sepulchre collocata.
Dejaremos el duelo, &a. Y a media noche, Paristeis reyna A un Dios infinite Dentro de un establo.
Pauthier reads Questiau and Quesitau; the G. Text has Quesitam and Quecitain; the Crusca Questi Tan; Ramusio, Casitan; the Riccardiana, Quescitam.
"Yes," said Rhona, "hard work."
Aghmat, formerly a great and flourishing city and capital of the province of Rhamna, built by the Berbers, and well fortified--is now fallen into decay, and consists only of a miserable village inhabited by some sixty families, among which are a few Jews--Aghmat lies at the foot of Mount Atlas, on the road which conducts to Tafilett, near a river of the same name, and in the midst of a fine country abounding in orchards and vine-yards; Aghmat was the first capital of the Marabout dynasty.
The representatives of our Lady, on the other hand, are such as the ancient Rhea,--Latona, with her dark and starry veil,--Tethys, the world-nurse,--and the Artemis of the East, or Syrian Mother; to say nothing of Oreads, Dryads, and Nereids, that without number peopled the mountains, the forests, and the sea.
In four days of June, 1836, Thomas Glover of Lowndes County, Alabama, incurred a debt of $35 which he duly paid, for three visits with mileage and prescriptions by Dr. Salley to his "wench Rina"; and in the winter of 1858 Nathan Truitt of Troup County, Georgia, had medical attendance rendered to a slave child of his to the amount of $130.50.
Footnote 2: Accadian "izzi ribanna," Assyrian "igar kasritu" ("heap of covenant"), like the Hebrew "Galeed," Aramaic "Yegar-sahadutha" (Gen. xxxi.
Her that spareth not, Heaven's yokeless rider.--Athena like a northern Valkyrie, as often in the Iliad.
His eyes lighted upon Rihana, a beautiful Jewess, and he desired her as solace after this ruthless but necessary punishment.
I was born in Virginia, in 1832, near Charlottesville, in the beautiful valley of the Rivanna river.
It was a fearful day, possessed by a blasting wind laden with red dust from Riverina, which filled the air like a fog.
renna, to make to run, to pour (of a melted substance), causal of renna (rinna), to run.
le pregunto uno de los monteros notando la creciente inquietud del pobre mozo, que ya fijaba sus espantadas pupilas en la hija risuena de don Dionis, ya las volvia a su alrededor con una expresion asombrada y estupida.
In queste voci languide risuona Un non so che di flebile e soave, Che al cor gli serpe, ed ogni sdegno ammorza, E gli occhi a lagrimar gl' invoglia e sforza.
Poi ritorna in se alquanto, e pensa come Possa esser che non sia la cosa vera: Che voglia alcun cosi infamare il nome De la sua donna e crede e brama e spera, O gravar lui d'insopportabil some Tanto di gelosia, che se ne pera; Et abbia quel, sia chi si voglia stato, Molto la man di lei bene imitato.
ARKHIP, blind old man, grandfather of KRASNOV AFONYA (AFANASY), invalid boy about eighteen years of age, brother of KRASNOV MANUYLO KALINYCH KURITSYN, flour dealer about forty-five years of age ULYANA RODIONOVNA KURITSYNA, his wife, sister of KRASNOV SHISHGALEV, government clerk ZAYCHIKHA (called PROKOFYEVNA), landlady of the lodgings taken by BABAYEV KARP, BABAYEV's attendant The action takes place in a district town.
Rockwellkentiana; few words and many pictures.
Panduronga Timblo Industrias (PTI) had evidently also made pots of cash, particularly from its manganese mines in Rivona, Quepem.
THELYPTERIS ROBERTIANA. (
All day she would sit on the edge of the swamp, her hands in her lap; and on the way home she would say: "You see, Roedlinna, if there had been large, rich fields here, in place of these barren swamps, then there would have been no need for them to leave."
They had gained a foothold in Kirlibaba, the key to the Rodna Pass and the plains of Hungary, and were attacking successfully at other points on the 250-mile front.
with his forces unimpaired; a warning disregarded by Alfonso, who sent into Romagna an army, which he lost, and with it his whole dominions, without a battle.
Benignitatis sinus solebat esse, nunc litium officina curia Romana Budaeus.
by Johnson, we have a word Rohan, Rohina (and other forms). "
Poquite for the Modocs, Ur-ska-te-na for the Navajos, Mini-haha for the Dakotas, Romona for the neighboring bands.
Raarsa, for such is his title, is master of two islands; upon the smaller of which, called Rona, he has only flocks and herds.