Though not unnaturally taken aback at such an unwonted conception of conversational intercourse, Mrs. Turtle recovered herself with considerable humour, and, bridling, with an old-world shake of her head, said,-- "What would you take me for?"
'P ack it up in brown paper!'
Had they opened the great doors in order to attack us, I should have charged home upon them; but, as I had expected, they stood upon the defensive, lining the long wall and pouring down a torrent of hootings and taunts and derisive laughter upon us.
"From the commander-in-chief," said the officer, raising his hat, as he motioned his men to stand back. "
This night we were put backe by contrarie winds, and ankered at Melleda.
Underneath were the printed letters and they said: "I will cum bak."
BAKKE, E. WIGHT.
Nevertheless, if the Germans could obtain the route north of the Black Sea, they would with reason consider the war a successful venture because it would give them the opportunity to rebuild the imperial power and to carry out the Prussian ambition of world-mastery.
From that point of view, as a queer object of vertu, as a specimen of the bric-a-brac of manners, both the one and the other, the King of Beaux and the Emperor of Dandies, are welcome to amateurs of the odd and the entertaining.
She was rising to her value, she was soaring with it--the value Mr. Pitman almost convulsively imputed to her, the value that consisted for her of being so unmistakably the most dazzling image Mrs. Brack had ever beheld.
s'ecrie Chirac, les occupations politiques vous ont epuise, et il importe que vous retablissiez au plus tot vos forces.
To the north of the city were pasture lands, with streams on whose banks the clack of many mills was pleasing to the ear; and beyond was an immense forest, with densely wooded thickets, where stags, fallow-deer, boars, and wild bulls had their coverts.
Will not your old sires start up from the ground, At the crack of the whip, and bay of the hound, And shaking their skeleton hands in your face, Curse the germs that produced such a miscreant race?
Prepositions and adverbs end in t or d. Each form of the noun has, as a rule, its special relation to the verb of the same root: thus from dac, "strike," are derived daca, "weapon" or "hammer;", daco, a "stroke" or "striking" as given both masculine; daca, "anvil;" dacoo, "blow" or "beating" as received; and dake, "a thing beaten," feminine.
The dak-bungalow again at last!
Still farther north was Dulac's division, supported by Marolle's brigade of Camou's division and one battalion of Chasseurs of the Guard.
Insaniam istam domine longe fac a me.
On the way downstairs, Hill saw Police-Constable Flack in conversation with a lady at the front door.
flak, an ice-floe.
Accordingly he took his departure, and acted quite like a "bear with a sore head," as Jack described his ugly way of slamming the door and hurrying out to the station hack that had been all this while waiting for him at the gate.
And my brother, knowing what to do, used the things then and there, to the wonder of Abdul Haq and Hussein Ali, pouring the liquor into the glass cup, and holding it to his eyes, and with back-thrown head washing the eye and soothing it.
Jack knew nothing of the country, but he did know that he wanted to get away from that mob, so he sought the roughest ground, and climbed and climbed.
There is a certain knack and trick of landing in a net.
p. 180: The best study of "family privileges" (yin) in general is by E.A. Kracke, Civil Service in Early Sung China, Cambridge, Mass. 1953.
Lake Michigan, called by the early voyagers Lac des Illinois, is next in size to Superior, being 320 miles in length and 100 in breadth, with a circumference, including Green Bay, of 1300 miles.
It showed a deplorable lack of housewifely neatness, and in it there were three or four children, one of whom, a girl eight or nine years old, held a baby in her arms.
She gwine be des lak you; look pretty, an' say, Howdy!
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He also names a play entitled "The Macke," under date of Feb. 21, 1594-5; but it is doubtful if they were not the same.--Collier.
"Yoong man," said the miner, "thou's got to mak' t' wife's medicine here, and now, and quick, while I wait and watch thee, or else happen thou might need some medicine thysel' before all is over."
On top of this heavy pack a winter overcoat and part of a tent were strapped, the entire weight of the equipment being in the neighborhood of fifty pounds.
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Your grandfather of famous memory, an't please your Majesty, and your great-uncle Edward the Plack Prince of Wales, as I have read in the chronicles, fought a most prave pattle here in France.
We'd run up Mount Rubidoux, that has a grand, curlycue sort of road to the top, where there's one of the old Mission bells, and a cross, and a plaque in memory of the best Father of 'em all, Juniperra Serra.
It will be seen, despite of all that has been said to the disadvantage of the devil, that he has very much improved in his management of worldly affairs; so much so, that, instead of an administration of witches, wizzards, magicians, diviners, astrologers, quack doctors, pettifogging lawyers, and boroughmongers, he has selected some of the wisest men as well as greatest fools of the day to carry his plans into effect.
One welcome roadside inn, the "Rack and Manger," stands at the cross roads about half way, and occasional ancient milestones tell us we are on the way to "Winton."
Footnote 1: In October 1917 a bill was passed for the entire remodelling of the Turkish fleet after the war, on the lines of the German fleet, 'which proved its perfect training in the battle of Skager Rak.'
The packing has become dry and by loosening it up and applying oil you may remedy the trouble until such time as you can repack it with fresh packing.
"Some strange psychic predisposition, dating no doubt from one of your former lives, has favoured the development of your 'disease'; and the fact that you had no normal training at school or college, no leading by the poor intellect into the culs-de-sac falsely called knowledge, has further caused your exceedingly rapid movement along the lines of direct inner experience.
you must furnish him; he wilbe irefull presently, and then a whole bagg will not satisfie him; heele eate your gold in anger and drinke silver in great sack glasses.
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(PWH) SCHACK, SARAH PITKOWSKY.
Schnick, schnick, schnack, with nasal hum, Its notes it doth redouble.
It was an old tumble-down shack.
+Slakien+, v. to be slack, to make loose, S, W; +slake+, to become less grievous, S2; to slacken, cease, C2; +slakeþ+, pr.