Jack will take his pleasure ashore,--you can't help that; and perhaps so would you, Sir, after six months of "old horse" and stony biscuit, with a leaky forecastle and a shorthanded crew.
Footnote 66: AShortHistoryoftheRoyalNavy, pp.
I don't know how his pocket caught fire, but I think Rajan absent mindedly shoved the match in his pocket instead of the ashtray.
But there is a real passion slumbering under these ashy heaps of conceit, and occasionally a pure flame darts up, as in the justly admired lines: Her pure and eloquent blood Spoke in her cheek, and so divinely wrought That one might almost say her body thought.
The writer acknowledged that, while the verdict stood confirmed against the man, Hester's family were bound to regard it, and to act as though they did not doubt its justice;--but that when that verdict should be set aside,--as far as any criminal verdict can be set aside,--by the Queen's pardon, then the family would be bound to suppose that they who advised her Majesty had exercised a sound discretion.
Doctor (aside).--My old schoolmate is at home here.
A nd if loved by all she be R ightly, not a pampered pet, E asily you then may see 'Tis my little Margaret.
The victim of his own asininity.
When Minna, who was at least, says Mr. Finck, as well advanced as the eminent critics of the time, failed to understand the music of "The Walkuere," when indeed she called it "immoral amorous asininity,"--an opinion for which perhaps the duets with Frau Heim were partly responsible,--Wagner used to slam on his hat and go for a walk, while Minna would seek Herr Riese.
Father's a"--Sissy whispered the awful word--"a clown."
The teacher asked--"Why do you wish to keep him from being flogged?"
I asked.--"Why, you see, when we are in the houses the insurgents will try to force their way in.
she asked,--"you, a child!
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You may, however, ask--"why, if you do not look to the General Government for it, is not the great proportion of your means of moral influence in the slave States, where is the great body of the slaves?"
But now,--'t is late to ask,--why did you not Swallow her father?--That had saved us all.
"But, Grace--Miss Harvey--You will not be angry with me if I ask?--Why speak so often, as if finding this money depended on you alone?
3 Askynge wysdome of god omnipotent To discerne good from an evyll thyng Prov.
So let him stride over the down, enjoying the mere fact of life, and health, and strength, and whistling shrilly to the bird below, who trumpets out a few grand ringing notes, and repeats them again and again, in saucy self-satisfaction; and then stops to listen for the answer to this challenge; and then rattles on again with a fresh passage, more saucily than ever, in a tone which seems to ask,--"You could sing that, eh?
For the third time he interrupted himself to ask:--"You are Amerikaner--yes?
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you needn't think I'm asleep,--any such thing.
Following her pencil as she pointed to the ciphers, I said-- "Is not asny care a false concord?
Of these facts he took note, and then proceeded-- "The signs you made to those who first encountered you were understood to mean that you descended from the sky, in a vessel which is now left on the summit of yonder mountain, Asnyca."
To remove it from Asnyea would now be too dangerous.
s., S2; +asoylede+, S2; +assoylid+, pp.,
continually,H. +Assoilen+, v. to loosen, absolve, explain, PP, S3, C3; see +Asoylen+.
+A-soylen+, v. to absolve, to answer (aquestion), PP, S2; +assoile+, S3, C3, P, G; +asoyly+, NED; +asoilede+, pt.
"'I haven't started yet,' I answers asperiously. '
I know that among men of learning and asperity the retainers to the female world are not much regarded: yet I cannot but hope that if you knew at how dear a rate our honours are purchased, you would look with some gratulation on our success, and with some pity on our miscarriages.
My emperour, If thys aspertyon may fynde out a way Thorrowe your easynes to wound myne honor, Justyce hathe left the earthe.
It does not offend the palate, and so spares the nursery those scenes of single combat in which infants were wont to yield at length to the pressure of the spoon and the imminence of asphyxia.
So many as admire parliamentary eloquence, divine popular literature, and such like, are dreadfully liable to it just now: and whole nations and generations seem as if getting themselves asphyxiaed, constitutionally into their last sleep, by means of it just now!
The favourite actress of Paris will be asphyxiated by the poisonous fumes; and you, though I hope no worse harm may come to you, will mourn for the misfortunes of others.
Asphyxiating gas is no worse than a storm of shells, or if worse then the more effective.
For what avails it to carry about in your travelling bag a phial of strong ammonia and to live in more jeopardy of death by asphyxiation than you ever were by snakes, unless you have some guarantee that, when it is your fate to be bitten by a snake, the phial will be at hand?
Beside each, however, was the terrible asphyxiator, fixed on its stand, with a bore about as great as that of a nine-pounder, but incomparably lighter.
NOYER, faire perir par asphyxie dans un liquide.
Hunger-stricken asphyxied hearts, which have nourished themselves on what they call religions, Christian religions.
which were of "a low and moderate sort," cause you to giggle yourself wellnigh into an asphyxy,--calf and coxcomb as he was?
The better burst aspiringly from the tops of columns on the first page and outsoared the very title of the paper.
He gave orders, therefore, that a packet for him from Asprey's was not to be unpacked, but given to her on her arrival with her letters.
spy, W, W2; +aspye+, C3; +aspy+, S3.--OF.
spy, W, W2; +aspye+, C3; +aspy+, S3.--OF.
upon what safety, thou trembling aspyn, Upon what hope?