Si en efecto era asi, el oculto carino de Garces tenia mas que sobrada disculpa en la incomparable hermosura de Constanza.
Checking an exclamation of horror father started forward, to meet Richard's cheerful, frank gaze and the request, as he dug away persistently, to "Please wait one minute more, dranpa.
They retain traces of the Christian faith, for it is not 120 years that they have worshipped Mahomet, and even now they are but cool Moslems; they drink brandy, they drink booza, and occasionally wine made of grapes, but most ordinarily a sort of boiled wine, called among them djapa.
When I mend my nets by the foamin' sea, Them little bare feet trot there with me, And a shrill little voice I love'll say: "Dran'pa, spin me a yarn ter-day."
DUPPA, R., edits Johnson's Journey into North Wales, ii.
After proceeding in this way for rather more than ninety days, they arrived at a country called Java-dvipa, where various forms of error and Brahmanism are flourishing, while Buddhism in it is not worth speaking of.
Sidon, if indeed within their boundary, never lost its independence; Tyre, if it existed, was a town too obscure to be named; Ecdippa and Acco remained in the power of the Canaanites; Joppa is not mentioned as a port till much later.
The Sanskrit dwipa has exactly the same connotation as our islands of the Blest, and like them it is placed in the setting sun.
Au bruit de la bombe, et au fracas de la maison qui semblait tomber, la plume echappa des mains du secretaire. "
Eoppa, nephew to King Ina, by his brother Ingild, who died before that prince, had begot Eta, father to Alchmond, from whom sprung Egbert d, a young man of the most promising hopes, who gave great jealousy to Brithric, the reigning prince, both because he seemed by his birth better entitled to the crown, and because he had acquired, to an eminent degree, the affections of the people.
Tim Foley had purportedly violated the ECPA and committed an electronic crime!
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Then, at her urgent request, I told her the tale of the "little black- eyed pretty singing Felippa"; of her "single day," and of her singing that "righted all again" on that holiday in Asolo.
M. D. Corse's " " Eppa Hunton's " " Wm.
El sol, segun digo, estaba al ponerse, y por detras de la altura se descubria un jiron del cielo, rojo y encendido como la grana, sobre el que vi aparecer alta, seca y haraposa, semejante a un esqueleto que se escapa de su fosa, envuelto aun en los jirones del sudario, una vieja horrible, en la que conoci a la tia Casca.
The mystic sympathies of "Leda and the Swan," as imaged severally by Lionardo and Michael Angelo; Correggio's romantic handling of the myths of "Danae" and "Io;" Titian's and Tintoretto's rival pictures of "Bacchus and Ariadne;" Raphael's "Galatea;" Pollajuolo's "Hercules;" the "Europa" of Veronese; the "Circe" of Dosso Dossi; Palma's "Venus;" Sodoma's "Marriage of Alexander"--all these, to mention none but pictures familiar to every traveller in Italy, raise for the student of the classical Revival absorbing questions relative to the influences of pagan myths upon the modern imagination.
The Bonpos Lamas "are very popular with the agricultural Tibetans, but not so much so with the pastoral tribes, who nearly all belong to the Gelupa sect of the orthodox Buddhist Church."
At the extreme south of the presidency of Bombay, separating the district of Kanara from the territory of Mysore, are the too little known Falls of Gairsoppa.
Flyaway was about to add "Gampa Clifford," but did not feel well enough acquainted to talk of family matters.
Friday.--Papa read me last evening a nice thing about Stepping Heavenward from Dr. Robinson in Paris and a lady in Zurich, and I went to bed and slept the sleep of the just--till daylight, when five hundred flies began to flap into my ears, up my nose, take nips off my face and hands, and drove me distracted.
Talaat's official murder-scheme was not completed yet, but the Kurds, together with the Turks, had planned a local massacre at Geogtapa, which was stopped by the American doctor of this mission, Dr. Packard, who, at great personal risk, obtained an interview with the Kurdish chief, and succeeded in inducing him to spare the lives of the Christians, if they gave up arms and ammunition and property.
The Mammee-tree and the Genipa, with large and shining leaves, raise their branches vertically towards the sky; while those of the Courbaril and the Erythrina form, as they extend themselves, a thick vault of verdure.
giuppa, giubba (Florio), Sp.
11:21 But the Nethinims dwelt in Ophel: and Ziha and Gispa were over the Nethinims.
At dawn on the 24th, the same day that the British Divisions had crossed to the Grave di Papadopoli, the Italian Fourth Army had attacked in the Grappa sector, where fighting was desperate and progress slow for several days.
gPapa suo regit imperio ter millia quinque.
Oh, Grandpa Grumbles, look out what you are doing!"
"After a while," Grand'pa Skeeterhawk continued, "They got up courage to peek out of the mud, and as they saw nothing to frighten them, they formed in a circle and told more tales of their fighting qualities.
There are many of them, grandpapa!
These chessmen were the delight of Georgie's life, who printed his first letter of acknowledgment of this gift of his godpapa.
Just like where grampa keeps his pig!"
"Yes, I saw her early this morning going down the path with her acorn basket," said Granpa Tobackyworm as he blew a few rings of smoke in the air. "
I've always wanted a mother; you don't know how much I've wanted a mother; but I never 'xpected--not till Gran'pa Simon come--I never 'xpected to get such a lovely one.
grupa, f., croup; volver --s; to turn back (or around).
a, The screw, with a fine-cut thread; b, nut which travels along it; c, a hollow thimble into which the screw passes at one end, the other being cut out V-shaped to catch into a slot (d) on the shoe; e, e, the gripA for the bars, the length and direction of which depend upon the shape of the foot; f, f, the counter-sunk rivets forming the hinge (f'); g, the counter-sunk rivet of the expanding piece.
They calls him the great Guampa from South America."
In which case there may well have been--one may almost say there must have been--an outlet for that vast body of water which pours, often in tremendous floods, from the Pedernales' mouth of the Orinoco, as well as from those of the Tigre, Guanipa, Caroli, and other streams between it and the Cordillera on the north; and this outlet probably lay along the line now occupied by the northern Savannas of Trinidad.
After crossing the river, our path, with the perversity of all Spanish roads, instead of following up the valley of the stream, diverged widely to the right through a cluster or knot of hills, in which we were involved until we reached a rapid stream called Rio Guanupalapa, flowing through a narrow gorge, over a wild mass of stones and boulders.
Immediately on the tents being pitched, we went to pay our respects to the Bey, accompanied by Giovanni, "Guardapipa," as interpreter.
"L'ephemere idole, au frisson du printemps, Sentant des renouveaux eclore, Le guepa de satins si lointains et d'antan Rose exiles des flores!
In Manco's day these buildings at Havaspampa probably sheltered the outpost which defeated Captain Villadiego.
we wode Be hapa to her from you all and then we Can tell the Pepel what to Penon, and ef you Plese Rite to us A Bout the Deed that we sent to you for we hant never hern from it yeat unly By Rev. ------ and i woude Be glad to her from you A Bout it so Rite soon yours truly in Crist" * * * * * The American Missionary Association, which is the authorized and recognized servant of the Congregational Churches, reporting to them from the fields to which it is sent in their name, not unfrequently meets the fact that schools and churches in the South are appealing for support to those who hold us responsible for mission work in the South.
Hassayampa," as the sheep-herder was dubbed, came one night to Kellyan's hut.
At any rate, it was not people who went into the desert merely to write it up who invented the fabled Hassaympa, of whose waters, if any drink, they can no more see fact as naked fact, but all radiant with the color of romance.