It makes hot wreaking blood turne cold and drie, And drithe and coldnesse are the signes of death.
There are aspects of his character which have frequently caused coldnesses to arise between us.
Mandaba la fuerza un oficial bastante joven, el cual iba como a distancia de unos treinta pasos de su gente hablando a media voz con otro, tambien militar a lo que podia colegirse por su traje.
Recollect that you have represented us as the worthy men who have turned into ridicule Lamb, Keats, Hazlitt, Coleridge--(diverse metals curiously graduated!)--all in short, who, recently dead, are now dividing among them the admiration of their country.
Oil was obtained from the olive, the castor-berry, simsin, and coleseed.
R56676, 4Jan50, R. O. Hobhouse (C) ELINOR COLHOUSE, by Stephen Hudson.
It is not generally known that Martinez Campos, who owed his final defeat at Colisea to Maceo, was a second cousin of this black man.
The Column of Marcus Aurelius, the Post-Office, Castello S. Angelo, St. Peter, the Vatican, the Colosseum (Amfiteatro Flavia, or Coliseo) and the fountains, arches and ruins of ancient heathen temples that I passed on my way, gave me a pretty good practical idea of the Rome that I had read about in the books.
I had occasion to buy a great many things, but, according to my custom, not a photograph was among them; therefore, when I go back, I shall receive perfectly new and fresh impressions of the place, and can cherish no vague memories, encouraged by an album at home, in which the nameless cathedrals of many countries confuse themselves, and only the Coliseum at Rome stands forth, not to be contradicted or misnamed.
Certainly no stranger could address himself more eagerly to reap what artistic harvest Rome offers, which is reckoned the peculiar produce of Rome among cities under the sun; to all galleries, churches, sistine chapels, ruins, coliseums, and artistic or dilettante shrines he zealously pilgrimed; and had much to say then and afterwards, and with real technical and historical knowledge I believe, about the objects of devotion there.
For just a little knowledge of the care of an infant and its needs, its nourishment and its habits, might have saved both mother and child from such utter collapse.
Was the collapsed body at his feet his father's?
But day had followed day, and the news had always been depressing, first of weakness, fits of pain, terrible collapses, and again difficult recoveries.
As when rich chanting ceases suddenly-- And the rapt sense collapses!--Oh that Lewis Could feed my soul thus!
The Smiths, Collinses, Jane Hubbard, and Her," said Grandma Orde, which probably went to show that she had in the meantime been making inquiries, and was satisfied with them.
I'm a colliseur of Dripping.
The result, as he was soon to visit Collosse, and had commissioned Philemon to prepare a lodging for him, must come under the eye of the apostle.
Like huge Collosses they've together mett Their shoulders, to support a world of Witt.
Esto diciendo, armo su ballesta, no sin haberla hecho antes la senal de la cruz en la punta de la vira, y colocandosela a la espalda se dirigio a la poterna del castillo para tomar la vereda del monte.
dijo Alonso, sera que la beata encargada de cuidar del farol del retablo sisa a los devotos y escasea el aceite, por lo cual la luz, proxima a morir, luce y se obscurece a intervalos en senal de agonia; y dichas estas palabras, el impetuoso joven torno a colocarse en actitud de defensa.
and Accession of Queen Victoria.--Rise of the Chartists.--Resignation of Lord Melbourne in 1839, and his Resumption of Office.--Marriage of the Queen, and Consequent Arrangements.--The Precedence of the Prince, etc.--Post-office Reform.--War in Afghanistan.--Discontent in Jamaica.--Insurrection in Canada.--New Constitution for Canada and other Colonies.--Case of Stockdale and Hansard.
And first, though some persons who fancy that, like them the whole world have been asleep for these twenty-five or thirty years, still dream of the submission of St. Domingo, reasonably persons now acknowledge, that even were the final success of such an enterprise possible, its real result would be, to have expended, in order to conquer a desert, and ruins drenched in blood, ten times more men and money than would be sufficient to colonise Africa.
30) compelled the Eleians to renounce their supremacy over their dependent cities, colonised Scillus and eventually gave it to Xenophon, then an exile from Athens.
Day after day marched the bearded host,--farmers with ploughs, mechanics with tools, builders, craftsmen, woodsmen, all the needed factors of a colony, led by the greatest coloniser of modern times, their one great aim being to make ready some spot in the wilderness for the second advent of the Messiah.
I shall end by thinking that we are the worst colonisers in the Eastern world, as we neither make ourselves rich, nor the governed happy.
171; Georgia, colonises, i. 127, n. 4; Johnson's London, patronises, i. 127; visits, iv.
colorearse, to redden, become red.
Since then all butterflies have borne wings of many gay colors.--Spenser, Muiopotmos or the Butterfly's Fate (1590).
The result, as he was soon to visit Colosse, and had commissioned Philemon to prepare a lodging for him, must come under the eye of the apostle.
Now how must all this have been understood by the church at Colosse?--a church, doubtless, made up of such materials as the church at Corinth, that is, of members chiefly from the humblest walks of life.
"In vaine doo earthly princes then, in vaine, Seeke with pyramides to heaven aspired, Or huge colosses built with costlie paine, Or brasen pillours never to be fired, 410 Or shrines made of the mettall most desired, To make their memories for ever live: For how can mortall immortalitie give?
It was one night, at the Colosseum.
* * * * * "The two British Colossuses, The Tribune says, opened fire with their 300 five-millimetres guns.
Lobo says, he passed under it without being wet, and resting himself, for the sake of the coolness, was charmed with a thousand delightful rainbows, which the sunbeams painted on the water, in all their shining and lively colourse.
Gardner, M. I.; Private C. F. King, M. I.; Private H. P. Porin, M. I.; Private J. Langford, M. I.; Gunner Asseline, "A" Battery; Gunner Emeye, "A" Battery; Bombardier Taylor, "A" Battery; Sergeant-Major Mawhinney, "A" Battery; Driver Harrison; Private H. P. Wilson; Private E. Mannsell; Private Walter Woodman; Private R. H. Dunn, School of Infantry; Private H. Jones, School of Infantry; Private R. Jones, School of Infantry; Col.-Sergt.
An entire ship's company of Columbuses is what the world never saw.
--A poco volaron los pajaros, y con ellos sus pequenuelos ya vestidos de plumas; y quedo el nido solo, columpiandose lentamente y triste, como la cuna vacia de un nino muerto.
columpiarse, to swing.
I hear a brother-mason has been killed by a shell opposite the Rue du Colysee; that the white flag is riddled with shot; that the Versailles rifles have singled out, killed and wounded several masons.
Both types are however sufficiently ferocious, and, save when rendered comatose by excess of nutrition, will attack human beings without provocation.
Tantus enim est calor solis ibi, quod si homo in eo per spacium vnius missae persisteret, moreretur; fratres tamen illi sani et hilares a tertia vsque ad nonam laudantes et glorificantes dominum in ardore solis permanserunt, quod videntes Saraceni stupefacti ad fratres venerunt, et dixerunt, volumus ignem accendere copiosum, et in illum vos proijcere, et si fides vestra sit vt dicitis, ignis non poterit vos comburere: si autem vos combusserit, patebit quod fides vestra nulla sit.
Si ranas et viperas comedisse se putant, concedere debemus, et spem de cura facere.
de illis animalibus, et se in ordinibus collocauerunt, coram quibus posuit paropsidem et dabat eis comedere, et cum comedissent iterum cymbalum percussit, et omnia ad loca propria redierunt.
It was told him that he should die in the waie toward London, wherefore he feared lest the commons of the citie would arise in riotous maner and so slaie him, yet for all that he died in the waie toward London, carrieng more with him out of the worlde than he brought into it, namellie, a winding sheete, besides other necessaries thought meet for a dead man, as a Christian comelinesse required."
En Sevilla en el mismo atrio de Santa Ines, y mientras esperaba que comenzase la Misa del Gallo, oi esta tradicion a una demandadera del convento.
There he comes,--see him?"
To teach, to bear witness, to guide, to bring to remembrance, to declare the things that are to come,--these are the acts, not of a Power, but of a Person; and all these things, Christ said, the Holy Spirit should do.
Till then I wander carefull, comfortlesse, In secret sorrow and sad pensivenesse.