49:3-9b Thus saith Jehovah, In a time of favor I answer thee, And in a day of deliverance I help thee, And I make thee a pledge to the people, To raise up the ruined land, To reapportion the desolate heritages, Saying to those who are bound, 'Go forth,' To those in darkness, 'Show yourselves!'
Mais comme la chaloupe ne revenoit point, on jugea qu'elle avoit peri; si-bien qu'on reprit la route de Batavia, ou l'on fit le raport de ce qui s'etoit passe.
SEE Rappoport, Solomon.
Toward Lanyard she bore herself precisely as though nothing had happened to disturb the even adjustment of their personal relations; or, perhaps, as if she considered everything had happened, so that their rapport had become absolute; at all events, with a pleasing absence of constraint.
Zaire de Voltaire a-t-il joui d'un immense succes des la premiere representation?--Comment a-t-il ete accueilli du public?--L'auteur a-t-il ete sensible au peu de louanges que sa piece lui rapportait?--A qui s'en est-it ouvert?--Par quelle reflexion a-t-il voulu dorer la pilule?--Piron a-t-il menage les sensibilites de l'infortune poete?
CAPITAL, m., somme qui rapporte interet; biens qu'on possede.
Les deux premiers rapportent a Henry Smith, un Irlandais des plus spirituels, qui fut professeur de geometrie a Oxford.
RAPPORTER, faire le recit de; redire par indiscretion ou par malice.
Presently, indeed, there appeared an able extrait of Grampus's article in the valuable Rapporteur scientifique et historique, and Merman's mistakes were thus brought under the notice of certain Frenchmen who are among the masters of those who know on oriental subjects.
Pasquale Galluppi (1770-1846; from 1831 professor at Naples) adheres to the principle of experience, but does not conceive experience as that which is sensuously given, but as the elaboration of this through the synthetic relations (rapporti) of identity and difference, which proceed from the activity of the mind.
That is the law of their rapport,--not a theory, but a law, established by long, exhaustive, and conclusive experimentation.
Note ed appunti al Trattato d'armonia di Cesare de Sanctis in rapporto allo aviluppo della armonia moderna.
L'Homme Americain, considere sous ses Rapports Physiologiques et Moraux, Tome i, p. 322 (Paris, 1839).
Quelle coutume le capitaliste avait-il?--Qu'y avait-il dans la salle?--Comment le financier s'y prenait-il pour faire approuver son rapport?--Sa ruse prenait-elle?
But the sons of Father Time, on conquering the giant, had reapportioned the world, determining its rulers by lot.
The following is the report on the amount of the annual production of camphor in the province of Tosa up to 1880: Amount of Camphor produced.
The exports for the same period were $217,517,130, of which there were of domestic products $178,546,555; foreign goods reexported, $9,738,695; specie, $29,231,880.
C'est par-la que Moliere illustrant ses ecrits Peut-etre de son art eut remporte le prix, Si, moins ami du peuple en ses doctes peintures, Il n'eut point fait souvent grimacer ses figures, Quitte pour le bouffon l'agreable et le fin, Et sans honte a Terence allie Tabarin.
REMPORTER LA --, victoire dans une lutte.
"--Report of the Committee of Ten on Secondary School Studies.
Here is her report-- "'Sold the "talent penny" to Aunt Libby for seven cents; sold the seven cents to Mamma for 25 cents; sold the 25 cents to Papa for 50 cents.
From a stock-auction report:-- "THE BULL CALVES.
To the House of Representatives of the United States: In compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 9th instant, I communicate herewith a report007a from the Secretary of the Treasury, with the documents desired by the resolution.
To the House of Representatives of the United States: I herewith transmit, for the information of Congress, a copy of the report4a of Thomas Butler King, esq.,
They read to me more like a report, yes, a report,--a conscientious, well-done report, executed by a thoroughly efficient writer sent down by one of the daily papers.
Later in the day another report:--A letter left by Madeline had been found at home.
Even Herald's reportage consisted of allegations and counter allegations from interested parties with out any indepth coverage.
A description of the arrangement adopted is given in the Report.--'All Chronometers on trial are rated every day, by comparison with one of the clocks sympathetic with the Motor Clock.
CHAPTER X. Tom Pope the Scout.--His Report.--An Expedition planned.--Tom's Story.-- A Comanche Village.--The Prisoner.--A New Way of Cooking Steak.--Big Eagle the Chief.--An Escape, and Pursuit.--Soldiers from the Fort.--Our Expedition starts.--The Organos Mountains,--Ned's Adventure with a Rattlesnake.--We strike the Trail and follow it.--Hard Riding.--A Discovery.--Is it Comanche or Apache?--The Moccasin.
One of the persons, (Mr. Lilburne by name,) to whom I hinted my belief of your marriage, happens to be acquainted with Mr. Spurrier, Lady Betty Lawrance's steward, and (not being under any restriction) mentioned it to Mr. Spurrier, and he to Lady Betty, as a thing certain; and this, (though I have not the honour to be personally known to her Ladyship,) brought on an inquiry from her Ladyship to me by her gentleman; who coming to me in company with Mr. Lilburne, I had no way but to confirm the report.--And I understand, that Lady Betty takes it amiss that she was not acquainted with so desirable a piece of news from yourself.
Major Rowens got overheated galloping about the field on the day of the Great Muster, and had a rush of blood to the head, according to the common report,--at any rate, something which stopped him short in his career of expansion and promotion, and established Mrs. Rowens in her normal condition of widowhood.
Totum autem cibum illi reportauerunt et comederunt, et sic de fumo tantum Deos suos pauerunt.
Seculi sui indolem multum superavit," "vir summus, tantaque occultioris philosophiae cognitione et experientia nobilis, ut merito Doctoris Mirabilis titulum reportaverit."
The date of the fabrication of the postage-stamp would of course require to be verified by official report;--but if the facts as stated by Bagwax were thus confirmed, then the fraudulent nature of the envelope would be put beyond doubt.
Jackson.-- Slight friction between Morse and Vail.--Exhibition at Franklin Institute, Philadelphia.--Exhibitions in Washington.--Skepticism of public.--F.O.J. Smith.--F.L. Pope's estimate of Smith.--Proposal for government telegraph.--Smith's report.--Departure for Europe CHAPTER XXV JUNE, 1838--JANUARY 21.
Report.--Dorothy and Sylvia swept, Cecil mended the wall of the house, Josie took the children down to the beach (the sand tray), and I dusted.
And what prosite/ In whiche was Iustice/ And euery man in his office contente/ how stood the cytees that tyme in worship and renome/ how was renomed the noble royame of Englond Alle the world dredde hit And spack worship of hit/ how hit now standeth and in what haboundance I reporte me to them that knowe hit yf ther ben theeuis wyth in the royame or on the see/ they knowe that laboure in the royame And sayle on the see I wote well the same is grete therof I pray god saue that noble royame And sende good true and politicque counceyllours to the gouernours of the same &c./" The concluding paragraph of the book is also due to Caxton.
The sacrifice having been repeated according to the admonition of the aruspices, and the vessel containing the entrails being watched with increased attention, it is reported that the snakes came a second, and a third time, and, after tasting the liver, went away untouched.
During a month spent in that part of Belgium where the most savage of the atrocities were reported,--a month devoted to a diligent search for the truth,--I could run down only two instances where the facts were proved, and where taken all in all and looked at from both sides they constituted an atrocity.
He lived by himself, as was reported,--in a superb house in an attractive part of the town.
----What was there in it?--said the schoolmistress,--and, upon my word, her tones were so very musical, that I almost wished I had said three voices instead of two, and not made the unpatriotic remark above reported.--Oh, I said, it had so much woman in it,--muliebrity, as well as femineity;--no self-assertion, such as free suffrage introduces into every word and movement; large, vigorous nature, running back to those huge-limbed Germans of Tacitus, but subdued by the reverential training and tuned by the kindly culture of fifty generations.
He was thus reported:--"The rev.
Fores portantur ut ad convivium reportentur, repleri ut exhauriant, et exhauriri ut bibant.
His elder brother was William Burton, the Leicestershire antiquary, born 24th August, 1575, educated at Sutton Coldfield, admitted commoner, or gentleman commoner, of Brazen Nose College, 1591; at the Inner Temple, 20th May, 1593; B. A. 22d June, 1594; and afterwards a barrister and reporter in the Court of Common Pleas. "
"--Reporter cor. "
Yet whilst the latter great increase was being obtained--for obtained it was--the reporters are virtually silent as to the action of the press-gang.
By night he studied shorthand, in order to fit himself to be a reporter,--this in imitation of his father, who was now engaged by a newspaper to report the speeches in Parliament.
"Pig-metal,"--mumbled the reporter,--"um!--coal facilities,--um!--hands employed, twelve hundred,--bitumen,--um!--'all right, I believe, Mr. Clarke;--sinking-fund,--what did you say was your sinking-fund?"
A notable lubber, as thou reportest him to be.
Quod Philosophi non remunerentur, cum scurra et ineptus ob insulsum jocum saepe praemium reportet, inde fit, &c. 1234.