Tablets.--Small projecting mouldings or strings, mostly horizontal.
Her story, which came to be known, procured her plenty of work; and the ten fingers, which were sufficiently employed, sufficed for the wants of the stomach,--small these wants, probably, in her who had heard of the marriage of Walter with Agnes Ainslie; yea, she who could bear to hear that intelligence might claim a right to be a pupil of Paul's school of philosophy.
Dabney's View.--Views of Dr. Newman Smyth.--Duty of Truthfulness an Obligation toward God.--Lower Animals not Exempt from Principle of Universal Application.--Fishing.--Hunting.--Catching Horse.--Professor Bowne's Psychological View.--No Place for Lying in God's Universe.--Small Improvement on Chrysostom's Argument for Lying.--Limits of Consistency in Logical Plea.--God, or Satan.
Time.--Small lobster, 20 minutes to 1/2 hour; large ditto, 1/2 to 1/3 hour.
It's bad enough to shoot down splendid wild things for food, but, to trap them!--small furry things or even big furry things like bears, why, it's cruel!
* * * * * TABLE OF CONTENTS I. CHEMISTRY.--Tin in Canned Foods.--By Prof. ATTFIELU.--Small amount of tin found.--Whence come these small particles.--No cause for alarm.
274.--Small Aignel d'Or.
And after brooding abysmally throughout the meal that followed, he disappeared from the sight of his family, having answered with one frightful look his mother's timid suggestion that it was almost time for Sunday-school.
* * * * * "My brother gave that name to me, When we were children twain,-- When names acquired baptismally Were hard to utter, as to see That life had any pain."
Master and Man The land is the king’s.—He lends it to barons.—Barons lend it to knights and smaller barons.—Smaller barons collect rent for it from the peasants.—A father’s lands are lent to his son.—Barons pay for the land by furnishing men for the king’s wars.—No account is taken of the rights of the peasant.—The peasant, the only producer, is despised by the fighting men.—If a baron rebels, his men must rebel also.—Dukes against kings.—What killed the feudal system.—Feudal wrongs alive today.
Stuck-up Cockney.--(Small Swell enters a tailor's shop.)
Crisps.--Small arches; sometimes double-feathered, and according to the number of them in immediate connexion; they are termed tre-foils, quatre-foils, cinque-foils, &c. Dripstone.--The tablet running round doors and windows.
At such times might be found a goodly company of yeomen or country folk seated around the blazing hearth, bandying merry jests, while roasted crabsSmall sour apples bobbed in bowls of ale upon the hearthstone.
Games and Pastimes Games of the Ancient Greeks and Romans.--Games of the Circus.--Animal Combats.--Daring of King Pepin.--The King's Lions.--Blind Men's Fights.--Cockneys of Paris.--Champ de Mars.--Cours Plenieres and Cours Couronnees.--Jugglers, Tumblers, and Minstrels.--Rope-dancers.--Fireworks.--Gymnastics.--Cards and Dice.--Chess, Marbles, and Billiards.--La Soule, La Pirouette, &c.--Small Games for Private Society.--History of Dancing.--Ballet des Ardents.--The "Orchesographie" (Art of Dancing) of Thoinot Arbeau.--List of Dances.
Crockets.--Small bunches of foliage, ornamenting canopies and pinnacles.
ENTREES.--Small side or corner dishes, served with the first course.
Nay, slight it not: the dismall ravens noate Or mandrakes screches, to a long-sick man Is not so ominous as the heareing of it Will be to you; 'twill like a frost congeale Your lively heate,--yet it must out, our frendship Forbids concealment.
Anything dismaller it would be hard to find.
Stephen watched her face in silence for a moment; then he laughed constrainedly, and said,-- "Don't be afraid, Mrs. Philbrick, to say outright that it is the dismallest old barn you ever saw.
The Part of Don Lewis, alias Don Choleric Snap Shorto de Testy, by Mr. Penkethman; Carlos, Mr. Wilks; Clodio, alias Don Dismallo Thick-Scullo de Half Witto, Mr. Cibber; and all the other Parts to the best Advantage.
Captain Nugent wondered dismally whether life ashore would infect him with the same opinions.
HORS-D'OEUVRES.--Small dishes, or assiettes volantes of sardines, anchovies, and other relishes of this kind, served to the guests during the first course. (
ENTREMETS.--Small side or corner dishes, served with the second course.
We saw his mighty spirit onward stride To eternal realms of Beauty and of Truth; While far behind him lay fantasmally The vulgar things that fetter you and me.
=Accommodation Obtainable.=--Small village inn at Eversley. "
Note.--Small John Dorie are very good, baked.
A drenching sea followed, as the boat lost headway, and Rasmunsen sprang to the bailing bucket Several boats hurtled past them in the next half-hour,--small boats, boats of their own size, boats afraid, unable to do aught but run madly on.
But as to those two who do good service to the tyrant of their and my country, the very circumstance that they were silent when I (because a prisoner) was not able to work much, but are trying to check my endeavours, now that I am about to achieve something which can only prove to be a benefit to Hungarians,--smaller or greater, but only a benefit and in no case a harm; this very circumstance shows the nature of their attacks.
C. MICROPHYLLA.--Small-leaved Cotoneaster.
Their brain seems to act like that of the alligator or the pike, paroxysmally, and by rare fits and starts, after lying for hours motionless as if asleep.
It was indeed one of the handsomest fish that I have ever taken on the South Side,--just short of two pounds and a quarter,--small head, broad tail, and well-rounded sides coloured with orange and blue and gold and red.
Most men will here except trivial consolations, ordinary speeches, and known persuasions in this behalf will be of small force; what can any man say that hath not been said?
the man replied.--'Small!'
As a result of the competition in cheap miniature two-seater cars we anticipate several interesting developments and take the liberty of extracting the following items from the newspapers of the future:-- FOR SALE.--Small two-seater car, fit gentleman five feet eleven inches in height.
The Tribune said: "What time the reader can spare from perusing our special dispatches concerning the progress of Smalleyism in Europe, shall, undoubtedly, be given to our female-reporter's account of the alleged tragedy at Bumperville.
The address is, however, Mrs. Collier, Smallfield Place, East Grinstead, Sussex.
"Yes, sir," nodded Bellew, "I do confess me a most fortunate, and happy, wight who, having wandered hither and yon upon this planet of ours, which is so vast, and so very small,--has, by the most happy chance, found his way hither into Arcady."
View him as you will, his stock in trade is small;--he has but the tangible instincts of all creatures,--love of life, of ease, and of offspring.
"A man must begin small"--he was on pleasant ground--"and anywhere he likes, a few dollars here, a few there.
Hither so late as 1509 the Rother was navigable, and we find Archbishop Warham on the petition of the people licensing a small chapel there of St John Baptist still in existence, for the use of the inhabitants and as a sanctuary or a graveyard for the burial of those wrecked on the "sea-shore" infra predictum oppidum de Smallhyth.
It alone is great; all else is small.--I hope we English will long maintain our grand talent pour le silence.
SEE Smallidge, Olive E. REWEY, MRS.
If at this obstacle the trucks or carriages could be lifted bodily, passed along the flexible girder, and again placed on the line the other side of the obstacle, the advantage to be derived is obvious; and as the flexible girder is really little more than a suspension bridge minus the platform, and having but two suspension wires, the cost and the difficulties should both be very small.--Industrial Review.
What kind of place had they come to?--was it big or small?--inhabited, or deserted?
1908), and "The Evolution of Plants" (1910--small popular manual).
It couldn't have been Latimer, for that gentleman was very far from being "smallish," a remark which applied equally well to our mutual friend with the scar.
The loss of the allies was comparatively small,--less than eight thousand.
'--Small changes as previously mentioned had been noticed with regard to the Zero of Azimuth of the Transit Circle, and the Report states that 'In regard to the Azimuth of the Transit Circle, and the Azimuth of its Collimator, Mr Main has brought together the results of several years, and the following law appears to hold.
What gave its peculiar tropical character to the wood, however, was not so much the trees as the profusion of plants that covered them and depended from them: air-plants (Tillandsia), large and small,--like pineapples, with which they claim a family relationship,--the exuberant hanging moss, itself another air-plant, ferns, and vines.