A.--About 0.8 of a circular inch per horse power, or a circular inch per 1-1/4 horse power.
A.--According to experiments on the resistance of railway trains at various rates of speed, made by Mr. Gooch, of the Great Western Railway, it appears that a train weighing, with locomotive, tender, and carriages, about 100 tons, experiences, at a speed of 50 miles an hour, a resistance of about 3,000 lbs.,
SEE Freilich, Aaeron.
One man only, Saxo's elder contemporary, Sueno Aggonis, or Sweyn (Svend) Aageson, who wrote about 1185, shares or anticipates the credit of attempting a connected record.
Looking at the jewels of Queen Aahotep, who lived and was lovely in the days of the Patriarchs, he pondered sadly over all that had been in the world and was no more.
A.--Although this may be done, it is probably too much to say that it can be done on an average, and about three fourths of a quarter of wheat per horse power would probably be a nearer average.
Ai na muri iho eiaha ra te hoe taata e fariu imuri; te taata hopea ra te tuo i te tahua e fariu; na fariu ia, mai te mea e tuo te taata i ropu e fariu, tau roa te taata i ropu e fariu, pau roa te taata i te auahi; na reira toa ia haere no te aano o te umu.
aaOf all the griefs, that harass the distress'd, Sure the most bitter is a scornful jest; Fate never wounds more deep the gen'rous heart, Than when a blockhead's insult points the dart.
3:49 And Moses took the redemption money of them that were over and above them that were redeemed by the Levites: 3:50 Of the firstborn of the children of Israel took he the money; a thousand three hundred and threescore and five shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary: 3:51 And Moses gave the money of them that were redeemed unto Aaron and to his sons, according to the word of the LORD, as the LORD commanded Moses.
AA'RON, a Moor, beloved by Tam'ora, queen of the Goths, in the tragedy of Titus Andron'icus, published among the plays of Shakespeare (1593).
"Aaron--" she began, and stopped to catch her breath,--"Aaron--" but she couldn't get any further; she just caught hold of a little shawl she had on with both her hands, as if she thought she could hold herself up by it, and walked right out of the room.
"Perhaps they are, Aaron"--admitted Conrad Lagrange--"perhaps they are."
"Two things, Aaron,--conception and form."
On Herodes dagum Iudea cynincges, waes sum sacred on naman Zacharias, of Abian tune: and his wif waes of Aarones dohtrum, and hyre nama waas Elizabeth.
I'm glad for you, Aaron"--he said, adding reverently--"as your mother would be glad."
And there were the Deacons and Priests of the Aaronic Order and other Elders and Bishops of the Order of Melchisedek to advise with upon the temporal and spiritual affairs of Israel; to labour and pray with Peregrine Noble, who had declared that he would no longer be as limber as a tallowed rag in the hands of the priesthood, and to deliver him over to the buffetings of Satan in the flesh if he persisted in his blasphemy; to rebuke Ozro Cutler for having brazenly sought to pay on his tithing some ten pounds of butter so redolent of garlic that the store had refused to take it from him in trade; to counsel Mary Townsley that Pye Townsley would come short of his glory before God if she remained rebellious in the matter of his sealing other jewels to his crown; to teach certain unillumined Saints something of the ethics of unbranded cattle; and to warn settlers against isolating themselves in the outlying valleys where they would be a temptation to the red sons of Laman.
12:27 And Jehoiada was the leader of the Aaronites, and with him were three thousand and seven hundred; 12:28 And Zadok, a young man mighty of valour, and of his father's house twenty and two captains.
Ne are we tyde to fast, but when we list; Ne to weare garments base of wollen twist, 460 But with the finest silkes us to aray, That before God we may appeare more gay, Resembling Aarons glorie in his place: For farre unfit it is, that person bace Should with vile cloaths approach Gods maiestie, 465 Whom no uncleannes may approachen nie; Or that all men, which anie master serve, Good garments for their service should deserve, But he that serves the Lord of Hoasts Most High, And that in highest place, t'approach him nigh, 470 And all the peoples prayers to present Before his throne, as on ambassage sent Both too and fro, should not deserve to weare A garment better than of wooll or heare.
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She always had palpitations when Undine rode, and since the Aaronson episode her fears were not confined to what the horse might do.
The aÂroplane had vanished.
He knew nothing of aÂroplanes, but even to his unskilled eye it was apparent that without repairs the thing would fly no more, for the canvas covering flapped suggestively in the wind.
The scene of the Umuti was an hour's walk up the glen of Aataroa, which began at our swimming-place.
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Felis in abaco est, et aegre videt.
On the fourth evening Point Abacou bore five miles to the north and east of them.
I thought, if she went no more, the Abactor or Abactor's wife (vide Ainsworth) would suppose she had heard something; and I have delicacy for a sheep-stealer.
But the owl's boding shriek, The death-cry of his prey; The tongues that durst not speak In bright unslumb'ring day; The murd'rer's curses fell, His quiv'ring victim's groan; The mutt'red, moody spell Which rocks ABADDON'S throne!
ABAD'DON, an angel of the bottomless pit (Rev. ix.
The next day, at half-past eleven, we left our inn, which was also what we call in the United States a country store, where the clerks who had just performed their ablutions and combed their hair, were making segars behind the counter from the tobacco of the Vuelta Abajo, and returned by the railway to Havana.
The question is to find the inductive current, that is to say, the curve represented by the equation / y = f(x)dx + C. / TEX: y = \int f(x) dx + C. The apparatus called an integraph, constructed by Messrs. Napoli and Abdank-Abakanowicz, is designed for solving this problem mechanically, by tracing the curve sought.
Pero aun no habia pronunciado estas palabras, abalanzandose a sus perseguidores, fuera de si, con las grenas sueltas, los ojos inyectados en sangre, y la hedionda boca entreabierta y llena de espuma, cuando la oi arrojar un alarido espantoso, llevarse por dos o tres veces las manos al costado con grande precipitacion, mirarselas y volverselas a mirar maquinalmente, y por ultimo, dando tres o cuatro pasos vacilantes como si estuviese borracha, la vi caer al derrumbadero.
de mania; Haud postrema causa supputatur educatio, inter has mentis abalienationis causas.
Suspended from the beams were big iridescent pearl-shells, known in southern California as "abalone," and in the rainbow-tinted half-globes gleamed electric lights, subdued by dull gold glass; but neither these nor the tall shaded lamps on the low wall of the terrace, nor the hidden electric bulbs in the fountain basin, were allowed to shine out yet.
The guide led them through Dupont Street, the street of the bazaars, and another smaller, less noisy street, where fat, long-gowned men, and women with gold clasps in their glittering edifices of ebony hair, chaffered for dried abalones, green sugarcane, and Chinese nuts.
He did not abandon his post in order to trouble the captain with his explanations; he scarcely raised his eyes from the newspaper that he had before him.
Therefore, you clown, abandon- which is in the vulgar leave- the society-which in the boorish is company- of this female- which in the common is woman- which together is: abandon the society of this female; or, clown, thou perishest; or, to thy better understanding, diest; or, to wit, I kill thee, make thee away, translate thy life into death, thy liberty into bondage.
After wandering through narrow and malodorous lanes, and slipping about in the offal of the souks, we were suddenly led under an arch over which should have been written "All light abandon--" and which made all we had seen before seem clean and bright and airy.
To the POET If thou wouldst not reside But where one villain is, then him abandon.- Hence, pack!
"Larvas de las fuentes, abandonad el lecho de musgo y caed sobre nosotras en menuda lluvia de perlas.
Al llegar a este punto, uno de los de la reunion que, por lo visto, tenia noticia del mal talante con que el joven oficial se habia resignado a acomodar su gente en la abandonada iglesia, le dijo con aire de zumba: --Y a proposito de alojamiento, ?
Que cosa mas corriente en unos bandidos que las ferocidades con que estos se distinguian, ni mas natural que el apoderarse su jefe de las abandonadas armas del senor del Segre?
Con este objeto senalamos esta comarca para teatro de nuestras expediciones futuras, y escogimos como punto el mas a proposito para nuestras reuniones el abandonado castillo del Segre, lugar seguro, no tanto por su posicion fuerte y ventajosa, como por hallarse defendido contra el vulgo por las supersticiones y el miedo.
Al verlos inmoviles, desafiandose en silencio con la mirada, y decididos ambos a no abandonar el guante que acababan de levantar del suelo, la dama dejo escapar un grito leve e involuntario, que ahogo el murmullo de los asombrados espectadores, los cuales presentian una escena borrascosa, que en el alcazar y en presencia del rey podria calificarse de un horrible desacato.
--Cuelguese, les dijeron, la armadura en la plaza Mayor de la villa; que si el diablo la ocupa, fuerza le sera el abandonarla o ahorcarse con ella.
La mayor parte de los espectadores, a la vista del nuevo prodigio, abandonaron tumultuosamente Ia habitacion y salieron despavoridos a la plaza.
iVes que la pieza esta herida, que es la primera que cae por mi mano, y abandonas el rastro y la dejas perder para que vaya a morir en el fondo del bosque! ?
III Un dia en que salio de caza, y que, como era su costumbre, hizo entrar a guarecerse de la lluvia a toda su endiablada comitiva de pajes licenciosos, arqueros desalmados y siervos envilecidos, con perros, caballos y gerifaltes, en la iglesia de una aldea de sus dominios, un venerable sacerdote, arrostrando su colera y sin temer los violentos arranques de su caracter impetuoso, le conjuro en nombre del cielo y llevando una hostia consagrada en sus manos, a que abandonase aquel lugar y fuese a pie y con un bordon de romero a pedir al Papa la absolucion de sus culpas.
for whyle he stoode Constant to my dyrectyons all was well, But, those abandond, then,--harte!