"It is ador--it is," he corrected himself firmly, "exceedingly civil of you to ask me!"
Thy love the powers of thought bestow'd, To thee my thoughts would soar; Thy mercy o'er my life has flow'd-- That mercy I adore.
Thackeray reminisced at length about being tear-gassed blind in the November 1969 antiwar protests in Washington Circle, covering them for her college paper.
Not anymore," replied Graham, his voice trembling. "
Webster says, "In the words abed, ashore, &c., and before the participles acoming, agoing, ashooting, he should have said, 'and before participles; as, a coming, a going, a shooting,' a has been supposed a contraction of on or at.
On the left, the names quoted are Volkmar, Baur, Scholten, Stap, and Schwegler Endnote 59:1.
I thought of my conversation the night before, and wondered.
The bristled boar, In infant gore, Wallows beneath the thorny shade.
A good description of a cavalry charge was given by Private Capel of the Third British Hussars, a veteran of the Boer war, who took part in the fighting beginning at Mons and was separated from his regiment in a charge at Coulommiers, in the battle of the Marne, when his horse fell.
His youth was spent in stony places where strong winds blew; the trees where he grew bore thorns; the soil where he dug was full of roots.
Borre was his son by Lyonors, daughter of the earl Sanam.--History of Prince Arthur, i. 15.
Anyhow, the company is less mixed," he said, "than it was all winter up at twenty-three, where they had a Presbyterian missionary down the shaft, a Salvation Army captain turnin' the windlass, a nigger thief dumpin' the becket, and a dignitary of the Church of England doin' the cookin', with the help of a Chinese chore-boy.
of clore; Lat.
Coar cor. "
Pererium in Gen. Cor.
Attention seems in some way to be at the very core of mental activity, for no matter from what aspect we view the mind, its excellence seems to depend upon the power to concentrate attention.
RETREAT IS ORDERED "Orders were therefore sent to the corps commanders to continue their retreat as soon as they possibly could toward the general line of Vermand, St. Quentin and Ribemont, and the cavalry under General Allenby were ordered to cover the retirement.
The professor seemed somewhat embarrassed then, and smoothly turned the conversation to the decor.
Tis fate's decree-- Yet I must still her loss deplore, For dearer than a child was she, And ne'er shall I behold her more.
R118427, 5Oct53, Clyde Doerr (A) DOKE, DELE NEWMAN.
I didn't 'spec to go out dat dohr till de fun'ral, but I'll go dis time.
Pattison leaned over the door at the front of the car, and brought out a big leather grip.
Helen Dore Boylston (A); 27Aug64; R344053.
what a dorr is this?
Then she took a handkerchief from a drawer, and spread it gently over the dead man's face.
espectador, m., spectator.
"At any moment, I realized, some of them might take it into their heads to explore the topmost room, when the result would be disastrous.
R95802, 4Jun52, William Faulkner (A) FAURE, ÉLIE.
Then he went behind the bar, seized the senseless bartender by the ankles and skidded him out on the barroom floor.
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For various speeches, see Selections for Reading, above.
I'm gonna give you some real Apache stuff 'fore I'm through.
howe soone is happlesse love ondonne, Wytherr'd and deadde almostt beforre begunn: Lych Marchh's openyng flowrs thatt sygh'dd forr Maie, Which Apryll's teares inn angerr wash'dd awaie.
These messengers usually bring with them four or five hundred young women, more or less as they see cause.
Based on a Hungarian play by Gabor Andor.
There are funny little shops, here showing only such simple things as are needed by the dwellers in the Valais, there exhibiting really beautiful articles in dress and jewelry to attract the summer visitors, while at convenient spots are the inevitable tea-rooms, where "The, Cafe, Limonade, Confiserie" minister to the coming crowds of an afternoon.... Guides galore wait in front of all the large hotels; ice-axes, ropes, nailed boots, rucksacks, and all the paraphernalia of the mountains are seen on every side, and a walk along the one main thoroughfare introduces one into the life of a climbing center, interesting to a degree and often very amusing from the miscellaneous collection of people there.
St Goar is a fine old Gothic town, romantically situated, and is famous from having two whirlpools in its neighbourhood.
for no conclusion ever quite satisfied me--even when the hero died in his own gore.
Diogheul, chief of the village of Gorr.
After a long criticism of the President's proposed guaranty, in which it is declared that "such an agreement would destroy the Monroe Doctrine," and that "any guaranty of independence and integrity means war by the guarantor if a breach of the independence or integrity of the guaranteed State is attempted and persisted in," the memorandum proposed that the following be substituted: "Each Contracting Power severally covenants and guarantees that it will not violate the territorial integrity or impair the political independence of any other Contracting Power."
Aside from the hardcore printing machines, large metal plates and dangerous chemicals lying around, the computers that sponged up our picture and prose were actually more contemporary than the ones I had left behind as a Liverpudlian accountant.
+her-afterward+, hereafter, C3; +her-biuore+, heretofore, S2; +herbiforn+, C3; +her-inne+, herein, C3; +her-onont+, as regards this, S; +her-to+, hereto, C3; for this cause, W; +heer-vpon+, hereupon,C2.
The same faculty which enabled him to draw such subtle subjective pictures of womanhood as Adeline, Isabel, and Eleanor, enabled him to see, and therefore simply to describe, in one of the most distinctive and successful of his earlier poems, how The creeping mosses and clambering weeds, And the willow branches hoar and dank, And the wavy swell of the soughing reeds, And the wave-worn horns of the echoing bank, And the silvery marish flowers that throng The desolate creeks and pools among, Were flooded over with eddying song.
"Our male part of the company consisted mostly of literary men--Cumberland, Turner, D'Israeli, Basevi, Prince Hoare, and Cervetto, the truly celebrated violoncello player.
Roswell G. Horr.
The discovery made him somewhat bitter, and when Hardy stopped him one afternoon as he was on his way home from work he tried to ignore his outstretched hand and continued on his way.