Then came the girl's irrepressible outcry when he first touched her; the brother's knock at the door; her frantic effort to reassure him frustrated by the officer's drunken laugh; the forcing of the door and the fight half in the dark; the killing of the girl and then of her ravisher.
RAVISSEUR, EUSE, qui ravit, enleve avec violence; voleur.
Aditwar or Raviwar is sun's day (Sunday); Somwar is moon's day (Monday); Mangalwar is Mars' day (mardi); Budhwar is Mercury's day (mercredi); Brihaspatiwar is the day of Diespiter or Jupiter (jeudi); Shukrawar is Venus' day (vendredi); Shaniwar is Saturn's day (Saturday).
Fly reflected seriously for half a minute, and then answered, "I'd ravver have the candy with blind-eyed!"
The concernancy sir, why doe we wrap the gentleman in our more rawer breath?
Three years in Europe sometimes make a change In girls like you, who've always been adored; And when you laughed, I thought it rawther strange.
Estaba a punto de rayar el alba, y como algunos de los deudos de dona Ines, sus hermanos entre ellos, marchaban al otro dia con el ejercito real, no era imposible que en las primeras horas de la manana pudiesen penetrar en su palacio.
It's ay-conomy, me son; an' the other name f'r that is a rayceiver."
My shaking flesh be thou a Witness for me, With what unwillingness I go to scourge This Rayler, whom my folly hath call'd Friend; I will not take thee basely; thy sword Hangs near thy hand, draw it, that I may whip Thy rashness to repentance; draw thy sword.
son to the representative), Madison Thomas, Francis Harrison, Thomas Hopkins, Alexander Blue, George Wing, James Eilands, W.I. Perkins, A.J. Raymur: the others we cannot at present recollect.
The author of the "Fables" was brought up at the Free School of Barnstable--Pope says under one William Rayner, who had been educated at Westminster School, and who was the author of a volume of Latin and English verse, although Dr Johnson and others maintain that his master's name was Luck.
The Scandinavian Skalds have had the same savage accents, and one can remember a strophe from the song of the death of Raynor Lodbrog: "I was yet young when in the Orient we gave the wolves a bloody repast and a pasture to the birds.
Aw shouldn't ha' care't iv it had nobbut bin a mile, or two even; for aw'd far rayther that he had his meals comfortable awhoam, an' his bits o' clooas put reet; but Lord bless yo,--eight mile a day, beside a hard day's wark,--it knocked him up at last,--it were so like.
"Hev 'e got sum good bacon, raythur vattish?"
Another pedigree was that of Ruby, who is credited with a numerous progeny, as she was by Raytor out of Mr. Stapleton's Cruel by Sailor, a son of Lord Granby's Sailor by Mr. Noel's Victor.
13:4 Now therefore beware, I pray thee, and drink not wine nor strong drink, and eat not any unclean thing: 13:5 For, lo, thou shalt conceive, and bear a son; and no razor shall come on his head: for the child shall be a Nazarite unto God from the womb: and he shall begin to deliver Israel out of the hand of the Philistines.
He has nobbut one razzor, but it'll be like to do."
rder burst-- From infant innocence they rose, And shook these solemn towers!-- I shudd'ring pass that fatal room For ages wrapt in central gloom;-- I shudd'ring pass that iron door Which Fate perchance unlocks no more; Death, smear'd with blood, o'er the dark portal lowers.
Declan son of Eirc, son of Trein, son of Lughaidh, son of Miaich, son of Brian, son of Eoghan, son of Art Corp, son of Moscorb, son of Mesgeadra, son of Measfore, son of Cuana Cainbhreathaigh, son of Conaire Cathbuadhaigh, son of Cairbre, son of Eoghan, son of Fiacha Suighde, son of Felimidh Reachtmhar, son of Tuathal Teachtmhar.
Chatter not, sublime reader, commonplaces of scoundrel moralists against ambition.
A CHAPTER ON EARS I have no ear.-- Mistake me not, reader,--nor imagine that I am by nature destitute of those exterior twin appendages, hanging ornaments, and (architecturally speaking) handsome volutes to the human capital.
Of course, I do not expect to be believed by half my readers,--nor can I blame them for their incredulity.
He first enclos'd within the garden's square A dead and standing pool of air; And a more luscious earth from them did knead, Which stupify'd them while it fed, &c., On the other side, old Gerarde asks his courteous and well-willing readers--"Whither do all men walk for their honest recreation, but where the earth has most beneficially painted her face with flourishing colours?
She asked me, one day, if I could lend Ellen something to read,--for she was then just about well enough to amuse herself with a book, but not strong enough to work.
But when we would consider, or make propositions about the more complex ideas, as of a MAN, VITRIOL, FORTITUDE, GLORY, we usually put the name for the idea: because the ideas these names stand for, being for the most part imperfect, confused, and undetermined, we reflect on the names themselves, because they are more clear, certain, and distinct, and readier occur to our thoughts than the pure ideas: and so we make use of these words instead of the ideas themselves, even when we would meditate and reason within ourselves, and make tacit mental propositions.
Supposing, then, you wish the plants to grow as fast as possible: how will the cutting strike and sprout, do you suppose, most readily?--after you have laid a layer of soil already worked beneath it, and it merely has to penetrate soft mould?
As the pressure made by France was the most potent, the Czar in his rage ordered one of his corps d'armee to advance to the frontiers of the Danubian provinces, and another corps to hold itself in readiness,--altogether a force of one hundred and forty-four thousand men.
And having a readiness"--or, "And holding ourselves in readiness"--or," And being in readiness--to revenge all disobedience.
I'll give yew all the money yew want fer advertisin', an' yew kin say he'll be clothed an' dressed proper, tew, an' supplied with terbaccer an' readin'-matter besides; but jest wait till the directors read that advertisement!
Pearson, C.C. The Readjuster Movement in Virginia. (
for India is admirably and tersely set forth in the Introduction, which, with Mr. Ramakrishna's pleasant description of Indian village life, deserves to be widely read.--Mr.
Mary began at the place where the book was open, and read:--"Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
French she spoke and wrote fluently, besides reading Goethe and Schiller with avidity, and translating as fast as she read,--Schiller having always the preference.
The same large, heavy, menacing, combative, sombre, honest countenance, the same deep inevitable eye, the same look,--as of thunder asleep, but ready,--neither a dog nor a man to be trifled with.
Helma answered in a low even voice, that showed well enough how sure she was of the truth of what she was saying--"No, they are realer than you.
realgar, red orpiment, C3, HD.--Sp.
REALISER, rendre reel et effectif.
Matter and mind are distinct realiter, matter and extension idealiter merely.
Whether it was the silence of the place that told upon his nerves, strained as they were with expectation--for silence, and more especially silence by night, is a great unveiler of realities,--or the dread of bitter words, or the prescience of the sharp pang of parting --for he knew enough of Hilda to know that, what he had to say once said, she would trouble him no more--whether it was these things, or whatever it was that affected him, he grew most unaccountably anxious and depressed.
Now the slack-water gentry are among the persons most likely to be the subjects of this curious divorce of title and reality,--for the reason, that, playing no important part in the community, there is nothing to tie the floating name to the actual individual, as is the case with the men who belong in any way to the public, while yet their names have a certain historical currency, and we cannot help meeting them, either in their haunts, or going to and from them.
Assuming, then, its reality,--or rather leaving it to be evidenced from its known effects,--we proceed to inquire in what consists this originating power.
realizar, to realize, execute, form, accomplish.
Then I worked for Mr. ----" (prominent realtor) "Yes, and I's worked at the Army and Navy Hospital too.
This discovery, which was made in France by the great Reamur, depends for its success upon the oil filling up the pores of the egg-shell, and thereby cutting off the perspiration between the fluids of the egg and the atmosphere, which is a necessary agent in putrefaction.
One of these was the McCormick Reaper Plant in Chicago.
This is the combination, the chemical mixture in which the physical and mental characteristics of the parents are blended, without any of their traits seeming to reappear in the new being."
91 He drew his mighty frigates all before, On which the foe his fruitless force employs: His weak ones deep into his rear he bore Remote from guns, as sick men from the noise.