Or let him that is melancholy calculate spherical triangles, square a circle, cast a nativity, which howsoever some tax, I say with Garcaeus, dabimus hoc petulantibus ingeniis, we will in some cases allow: or let him make an ephemerides, read Suisset the calculator's works, Scaliger de emendatione temporum, and Petavius his adversary, till he understand them, peruse subtle Scotus and Suarez's metaphysics, or school divinity, Occam, Thomas, Entisberus, Durand, &c. If those other do not affect him, and his means be great, to employ his purse and fill his head, he may go find the philosopher's stone; he may apply his mind, I say, to heraldry, antiquity, invent impresses, emblems; make epithalamiums, epitaphs, elegies, epigrams, palindroma epigrammata, anagrams, chronograms, acrostics, upon his friends' names; or write a comment on Martianus Capella, Tertullian de pallio, the Nubian geography, or upon Aelia Laelia Crispis, as many idle fellows have essayed; and rather than do nothing, vary a verse a thousand ways with Putean, so torturing his wits, or as Rainnerus of Luneburg, 2150 times in his Proteus Poeticus, or Scaliger, Chrysolithus, Cleppissius, and others, have in like sort done.
Our head chef, Monsieur Raconnot, has given it his personal attention.
Among the larger and more important roads and connected systems in our country may be named the New York and Erie Railroad,--connecting the city of New York with Lake Erie at Dunkirk, (and, by the road's diverging from its western terminus, with "all places West and South," as the bills say,)--crossing the Shawangunk Mountains through the valley of the Neversink, up the Delaware, down the Susquehanna, and through the rich West of the Empire State.
rannsaka, to search a house; Icel.
Redbud was clinching Verty's doubts by smiling sweetly on Ralph;--Fanny was causing dreadful jealousy and conviction of his misfortune in Ralph, by making herself agreeable to Verty.
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.
RAISONNABLE, conforme a la raison.
Ou le roi s'est-il arrete?--Pourquoi s'y est-il arrete?--Combien l'aubergiste voulait-il faire payer ses oeufs?--Le roi a-t-il trouve le prix raisonnable?--Pourquoi l'aubergiste avait-il tant demande?
A verse or so will enable the reader to understand his methods: "Il ne faut pas qu'on s'etonne, Si souvent elle raisonne De la sublime vertu Dont Platon fut revetu: Car a bien compter son age, Elle peut avoir vecu Avec ce grand personnage."
Cours raisonné de solfege et de théorie élémentaire.
Later on Cicero wrote his admirable dialogue de Oratore and other works on the same subject, ending with his Brutus, a catalogue raisonnee, invaluable to us, of all the great Roman orators down to his own time.
Comme ma motion, et tous ses developpemens sont entierement prets, j'attends avec une vive impatience ses nouvelles lettres, afin d'achever de classer les faits et les raisonnemens de Monsieur Clarkson, et, cette deduction entierement finie, de commencer a manoeuvrer en tactique le succes douteux de cette perilleuse proposition.
Pascal, a philosopher whom we both love, has said, how truly!--"Que tout notre raisonnement se reduit a ceder au sentiment;" and it is not impossible that the sentiment of the natural, had time permitted it, would have regained its old ascendency over the harsh mathematical reason of the schools.
PENSER, former l'idee d'une chose, avoir dans l'esprit; croire; raisonner.
They are manly and bold, but raisonnes and just.
All heart indeed, for thou rann'st like a hart out of the field.
bore on the fly-leaf the title "Alcuni primi capi del Libro di S. Marco Polo, copiati dall esemplare manoscritto di PAOLO RANNUSIO."
That's my idea, Ranny.
If such rannygazoo is to arrive, I do not remain any longer in this house no more.
When the French savans, Peron, Regnier, Ransonnet, carried their dynamometers to the islands of the Indian Ocean, they found with surprise that an average English sailor was forty-two per cent, stronger, and an average Frenchman thirty per cent, stronger, than the strongest island tribe they visited.
Il etait trop peu rationnel, trop peu scientifique.
Cold February, a little sloop, and the bleak roadstead at the mouth of the Rappahannock brought but few comforts to the anxious wife, who sat muffled upon that unstable deck, watching the opposite shore, whilst the ceaseless plash of the waves breaking upon her ear numbered the minutes that marked the weary hours, and the hours that marked the still more weary day.
KENNEDY, CHARLES RANN.
As for Quade and Culver Rann----" "I've been thinkin' of them," interrupted MacDonald. "
As the Irish should serve Patrick, so should the Deisi serve Declan as their patron, and Patrick made the "rann":-- "Humble Ailbe the Patrick of Munster, greater than any saying, Declan, Patrick of the Deisi--the Decies to Declan for ever."
+At-rennen+, v. to run away, to surpass in running, C, MD; +att-rann+, pt.
Thomas, pray entertaine this footman in the butterie; let him drinke and refresh himselfe, and set the cold chine of Beefe before him: he has ranne hard.
Several of the native states have been ruled by women again and again, and the Rannee of Sikkim is to-day one of the most influential persons in India, although she has never been outside of the town in which she lives.
Rannerdale slopes to a lake in the North Country, and the old house stands among trees and rocks in a sheltered hollow.
The exploring party reached the settled districts at Hay's station, Rannes, south of the Fitzroy; and thence reached Brisbane on the 16th of December, 1856.
If sufferedest, woundedest, and killedest, are words more regular than sufferedst, woundedst, killedst, then are heardest, knewest, slewest, sawest, rannest, metest, swammest, and the like, more regular than heardst, knewst, slewst, sawst, ranst, metst, swamst, satst, saidst, ledst, fledst, toldst, and so forth; but not otherwise.
by Myers (English Men of Letters); by Elizabeth Wordsworth; Early Life (a Study of the Prelude) by E. Legouis, translated by J. Matthews; Raleigh's Wordsworth; N.C. Smith's Wordsworth's Literary Criticism; Rannie's Wordsworth and His Circle.
There's going to be roundups like these old Panhandle rannies tell about, when the green grass comes."
On one occasion two Bow Street officers observed her at her old trade, in company with the child Ranniford.
"Mrs. Rann"--Joe put down knife and fork--"do you want me to burst?"
He therefore wrote to us as though from Leithcourt, calling us up to Rannoch, in order to strike the blows in the darkness," he added in his peculiar Italian manner. "
His work was established in a flexible routine--mornings for writing; afternoons for callers, for circulation work, and for special trips to centers of labor trouble; evenings for going about with Giotto to see the Italians, or paying a visit, say, to the Ranns, or some others, or meeting at Latsky's cigar store with a group of revolutionists who filled the air with their war of the classes, their socialist state, their dreams of millennium.
Principes elementaires de la technique pianistique a l'usage des debutants, d'apres la methode Alfred Cortot, Principes rationnels de la technique pianistique.
The Bishop of Ratisbonne, one of the most celebrated defenders of the faith in Germany.)
He seemed rayonnant.
"Deja l'aube rayonne et luit, La nuit Finit; Maitresse, L'heure enchanteresse Passe et fuit... A ton arret je dois me rendre.
The National Guards came out in front of the door of the mairie and presented arms to us, and we were about to continue our way, when some one remarked that our flag, on which, as I have already said, were the woods 'Meeting of the Friends of Order,' might expose us to the danger of being taken for 'reactionnaires,' and that we ought to add the words 'Vive la Republique!'
The plains of Ravenna might flow with blood.
On the 2nd of August he writes from Ravenna:--"I arrived last night at ten o'clock, and sat up talking with Lord B. till five this morning.
the corruption of Videlicot--Authors of Old Plays--Birthplace of Coverdale--Caraccioli QUERIES:-- Love, the King's Fool Mare de Saham, &c. The Advent Bells The Poets Mr. Poore's Literary Collections, &c., by S. Britton The Middle Temple, by E. Foss Minor Queries:--Henry Lord Darnley--Coffee the Lacedaemonian Black Broth--Letters of Mrs. Chiffinch--Sangred--Dowts of Scripture--Catsup--Nation's Ballads--To endeavour Oneself--Date of Anonymous Ravennas--Battle of Towton--A Peal of Bells--Lines quotes by Goethe--MS.
Can you inform me of the date of the Chorographia Britanniae Anonymi Ravennatis?
the ravenne flappes hys wynge, In the briered delle belowe; Harke!