He was not only a printer, but had already been twice an editor,--last, in the late North Carolina capital, Halifax,--previously, in the great town of Petersburg,--and was bred in what seemed to Raleigh a mighty city, Richmond; in addition to all which strong points of reputation, he came of an F.F.V., and had been taught by the celebrated Ogilvie, of whom more anon.
Eastwards, crossed by the Ringwood road, is another series of heaths, sparsely inhabited and known by the various names of Hampreston, Parley Common, St. Leonard's Common and Holt Heath.
Then she launched out into larger topics--said she thought that the Hemperor of Haustria--(here I endeavoured to interrupt her by asking whether she had any idea of the part of Hampstead she would like; but she would complete her remarks by saying)--must be as 'appy as the days are long, now that the Hempress had presented him with a hare to the throne! (
Such an effort would break up your church,--destroy the chance you have to do good here,--prevent the publication of your system."
Footnote 12: 'go to them before they come here'--'prevent their coming.'
I must hexcuse 'er Hinglish bluntness; she was haware that she 'ad a somewhat hoff-'and way of hexpressing 'er hemotions; but when she 'ated she 'ated, and it relieved 'er to hout with it hat once.
Similarly, Scheil and Hilprecht have published fragments of deluge stories written in Akkadian and likewise without any connection with the Gilgamesh Epic.
But who can look into the book, or into the writer's pretensions in regard to his predecessors, and conceive the merit which has made him--"preeminent by so much odds?"
I am minded to think that my father is mightier than thine, and my true love has wrought many wondrous works of fame, and hath ridden the flaming fire withal, while thy husband was but the thrall of King Hjalprek."
'--Oddities of the Father.--Verse-making at Winchester.-- Curate Life on Salisbury Plain.--Old Edinburgh.--Its Social and Architectural Features.--Making Love Metaphysically.--The Old Scottish Supper.--The Men of Mark passing away---The Band of Young Spirits.-- Brougham's Early Tenacity.--Fitting up Conversations.--'Old School' Ceremonies.--The Speculative Society.--A Brilliant Set.--Sydney's Opinion of his Friends.--Holland House.--Preacher at the 'Foundling.
She could have forgiven her any common frailty;--of course it was natural that the girl should have been seduced by the all-conquering charms of her son;--but aspire to marriage with their house!--pretend to be her son's wife!
Title: The Soul of Man Author: Oscar Wilde Release Date: September 26, 2014 eBook #1017 This file was first posted on August 10, 1997 Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE SOUL OF MAN*** Transcribed from the 1909 Arthur L. Humphreys edition by David Price, email firstname.lastname@example.org Picture: Book cover THE SOUL OF MAN * * * * * LONDON ARTHUR L. HUMPREYS 1900 * * * * * Second Impression THE SOUL OF MAN THE chief advantage that would result from the establishment of Socialism is, undoubtedly, the fact that Socialism would relieve us from that sordid necessity of living for others which, in the present condition of things, presses so hardly upon almost everybody.
III.--Preparatives and Purgers.
iiPrepare for death, if here at night you roam, And sign your will, before you sup from home.
At length a council is assembled at Clermont, and the Pope--Urban II.--presides, and urges on the sacred war.
(Chapter II.--Representative Government, page 199) The changes now going on in our conception of the psychological basis of politics will also re-open the discussion of representative democracy.
The war was and is an immense mischief, but brought with it the immense benefit of drawing a line, and rallying the Free States to fix it impassably,--preventing the whole force of Southern connection and influence throughout the North from distracting every city with endless confusion, detaching that force and reducing it to handfuls, and, in the progress of hostilities, disinfecting us of our habitual proclivity, through the affection of trade, and the traditions of the Democratic party, to follow Southern leading.
imprecacion, f., imprecation, curse.
Yo estaba algunos doscientos pasos camino atras de donde nos encontramos en este momento: proximamente seria la misma hora, cuando crei escuchar unos alaridos distantes, y llantos e imprecaciones que se entremezclaban con voces varoniles y colericas que ya se oian por un lado, ya por otro, como de pastores que persiguen un lobo por entre los zarzales.
freedom, liberty well, cistern freedom, independence give, donate free, acquit happen, occur door, portal lessen, abate begin, commence lessen, diminish behead, decapitate forefathers, ancestors belief, credence friend, acquaintance belief, credulity lead, conduct swear, vow end, finish curse, imprecate end, complete curse, anathema end, terminate die, expire warn, admonish die, perish warn, caution die, succumb rich, affluent lively, vivacious wealthy, opulent walk, ambulate help, assistance leave, depart help, succor leave, abandon answer, reply go with, accompany find out, ascertain go before, precede take, appropriate hasten, accelerate shrewd, astute quicken, accelerate breathe, respire speed, celerity busy, industrious hatred, animadversion growing, crescent fearful, timorous grow, increase <LIST L> Cover with a piece of paper the classic (right-hand) members of the following pairs, and if possible ascertain what they are by studying the native members.
They appealed, remonstrated, begged, threatened, deprecated, and imprecated.
"Bernhardt's back expresses a storm of fury when she imprecates vengeance," said the voice of authority. "
I have learnt to interpret for myself the imprecating verses of the Psalms of my inward and spiritual enemies, the old Adam and all his corrupt menials; and thus I am no longer, as I used to be, stopped or scandalized by such passages as vindictive and anti-Christian.
Finding nothing, he muttered an imprecation, and, fingering his watch chain, glanced doubtfully at the waiter, who looked stolidly at the tablecloth.
Another Chief, followed by the voices of the assembly, repeated, in a low deep tone, which fell on our ears as distinctly as the loudest trumpet-note in the midst of absolute silence, the solemn imprecation-- "Who denies a brother's need, Who in will, or word, or deed, Breaks the Circle's bounded line, Rends the Veil that guards the Shrine, Lifts the hand to lips that lie, Fronts the Star with soothless eye:--.
The murderer's scowl was there, by the side of the laughing countenance of the vagabond, whose shouts and jokes formed a kind of tenor to the muttered imprecations of the other.
Lightnings blast it!--but that's impossible," he added, in a fearful under-tone, which sounded as if some of the eternal rocks around him were adding a response to his imprecations--"that's impossible!
He took down the old Bible in which his child's baby-fingers used to trace their first lessons after his own, and read, not of her who loved much and was forgiven, but one of the imprecatory Psalms.
"Quid dignum stolidis mentibus imprecer?
Recent details were, however, imprecise.
So with nations, when once they have gone to war; their imprecision becomes--horrible; though the cause of your war may be just.
If this be true now, as some out of experience will inform us, farewell wiving for my part, and as the comical poet merrily saith, "Perdatur ille pessime qui foeminam Duxit secundus, nam nihil primo imprecor!
"All the more reason then for making this wall impreg--all fat and thick and solid," he concluded, unable to manage the longer word. "
G, when silent, usually lengthens the preceding vowel; as in resign, impregn, impugn.
Our whole future history may turn upon the impregnability of the fortifications which, in combination with the fleet, are intended to guard our coasts and naval bases, and should inflict such heavy losses on the enemy that the difference of strength between the two fleets would be gradually equalized.
Meantime some of the Romans, too, growing disheartened, as often happens in a prolonged siege, and furthermore suspecting that the city was really, even as report declared, impregnable, went over to the other side.
The end of the march was Quebec --impregnable!'
There seems to be a fatality that disturbs people in their sepulchres, when they have been over-careful to render them magnificent and impregnable,--as witness the builders of the Pyramids, and Hadrian, Augustus, and the Scipios, and most other personages whose mausoleums have been conspicuous enough to attract the violator; and as for dead men's hair, I have seen a lock of King Edward the Fourth's, of a reddish-brown color, which perhaps was once twisted round the delicate forefinger of Mistress Shore.
From an inspiration of blended patriotism and despair, the Dutch opened their dykes, overflowed the whole country in possession of the enemy, and thus made Amsterdam impregnable,--especially as they were still masters of the sea, and had just dispersed, in a brilliant naval battle under De Ruyter, the combined fleets of France and England.
Instead of undertaking particular recommendations on this subject, in which I could be guided by no lights derived from official opportunities, I shall again give way to my entire confidence in your discernment and pursuit of the public good; for I assure myself that whilst you carefully avoid every alteration which might endanger the benefits of an united and effective government, or which ought to await the future lessons of experience, a reverence for the characteristic rights of freemen and a regard for the public harmony will sufficiently influence your deliberations on the question how far the former can be impregnably fortified or the latter be safely and advantageously promoted.
Poco a poco, y bien fuese que el peso de la noche, que ya habia pasado de la mitad, comenzara a dejarse sentir, bien que el lejano murmullo del agua, el penetrante aroma de las flores silvestres y las caricias del viento comunicasen a sus sentidos el dulce sopor en que parecia estar impregnada la naturaleza toda, el enamorado mozo que hasta aquel punto habia estado entretenido revolviendo en su mente las mas halagueenas imaginaciones comenzo a sentir que sus ideas se elaboraban con mas lentitud y sus pensamientos tomaban formas mas leves e indecisas.
impregnar, to impregnate, saturate, imbue.
"They cannot look off whom they love," they will impregnare eam, ipsis oculis, deflower her with their eyes, be still gazing, staring, stealing faces, smiling, glancing at her, as Apollo on Leucothoe, the moon on her Endymion, when she stood still in Caria, and at Latmos caused her chariot to be stayed.
9,--"Licet enim Historia quaeque prudentior politicis praeceptis et monitis veluti impregnata sit, tamen scriptor ipse sibi obstetricari non debet."
Quid non faetui adhuc matri unito, subita spirituum vibratione per nervos, quibus matrix cerebro conjuncta est, imprimit impregnatae imaginatio?
This being the case, how is it possible that it should not in some degree affect our feelings towards every one we meet,--that it should not leave some speck of leaven on each impression, which shall impregnate it with something that we admire and love, or else with that which we hate and despise?
as the roosting-place of dreams in gloomy Orcus: "Full in the midst a spreading elm displayed His aged arms, and cast a mighty shade; Each trembling leaf with some light visions teems, And leaves impregnated with airy dreams."
They are saturated with her ideas, the flavor of her thought impregnates them all, with but two or three exceptions.
And coming to meet the outgoing cargo were long lines of unloaded goods being lined up as they arrived--hills of coal coming from England, sacks of cereal from the Black Sea, dried codfish from Newfoundland sounding like parchment skins as they thudded down on the dock, impregnating the atmosphere with their salty dust, and yellow lumber from Norway that still held a perfume of the pine woods.
The combative male is built as a fighting machine, the submissive female as an organism of attractive grace and beauty for impregnation and parturition.