He could imagine their terror when they awoke and found the dead body of their comrade fast in the cage where they had left the great ape safely secured but a few minutes before.
On each side of the red cheeks other braids were looped over the ears hung with broad earrings of filigree set with rough pearls and emeralds, or gold loops and pendants of coral, and an unexpected tulle ruff, like that of a Watteau shepherdess, framed the round chin above a torrent of necklaces, necklaces of amber, coral, baroque pearls, hung with mysterious barbaric amulets and fetiches.
"Hi, Alf, wot' jer fink o' that Scotch bloke?"
SEE Wade, Harold H. BOAK, ARTHUR E. R. Karanis, topographical and architectural report of excavations during the seasons 1924-28.
opten anderden dach van october, soe is dit ghenoechlycke boeck voleynt en(de) Ghemaect ter goude in hollant.
Other interpretations have been proposed by Yang Lien-sheng, Wan Kuo-ting, Ch'i Sz)u-ho P. Demieville, Hu Shih, Chi Ch'ao-ting, K.A. Wittfogel, and others Some authors, such as Kuo Mo-jo, regard the whole system as an utopia, but believe in an original "village community".--The characterization of the Chou-li relies in part upon the work done by Hsue Chung-shu and Ku Chieh-kang on the titles of nobility, research by Yang K'uan and textual criticism by B. Karlgren, O. Franke, and again Ku Chieh-kang and his school.--The discussion on twin cities is intended to draw attention to its West Asian parallels, the "acropolis" or "ark" city, as well as to the theories on the difference between Western and Asian cities (M. Weber) and the specific type of cities in "dual societies" (H. Boeke).
For the moment, so deep in reminiscence was she, she thought Captain Darby himself had surprised her; then, recognizing Abe and recalling that Samuel's winter visits were invariably paid in the afternoon, she broke into a shamefaced laugh.
After her beautiful tropical life, it seemed to her as if she should choke, shut away from the wide expanse of sky which she loved, among monotonous rows of houses and dingy streets.
"The pretended name, after all, then, is only a cloak to conceal the truth!
For your sake, though the day be broke upon us, And I'm undone, if seen--I'll venture in-- Throws his Cloke over.
My Lord, I did; But answere made it none: yet once me thought It lifted vp it head, and did addresse It selfe to motion, like as it would speake: But euen then, the Morning Cocke crew lowd; And at the sound it shrunke in hast away, And vanisht from our sight.
Already it is rumored that the Chilton Coal and Coke Company ...'" "Well, I should think so indeed!"
In the first he declared his firm intention to visit the Netherlands in person; refused to convoke the states-general; passed in silence the treaties concluded with the Protestants and the confederates; and finished by a declaration that he would throw himself wholly on the fidelity of the country.
A fog like this would steal the croak from a raven's throat, let alone the sweetness from a honey-pot like thine--and bottom crust is the end of pie!"
"The first prize," he went on, "is a silver-plated coffee-set, presented by our ardent and lifelong supporter, Mr. Joseph Croke, proprietor of the celebrated grocery store, who now occupies the chair.
Washington and the depression, including The career of W. M. Doak.
SEE LENSKI, R. C. H. DOKE, DELE NEWMAN.
So Cooper and Creagan evoke the drama of the railroad man's world: glare of headlight, crash of wreckage and voice of the born leader mingle in unwonted orchestration. "
There is a singular propensity in us all to throw the burthen of our own blunders on the shoulders of other folk.
Doctor Hoek further says that early records show how Ski-ing was a sport practised by knights, and he quotes Rognwald of Orkney (1159 A.D.) who states that he could run on Skis.
SEE HOKE, TRAVIS.
The third may indeed have been an inscription on a pedestal of the scare-crow god set out to keep off thieving rooks and urchins in the poet's own garden: This place, my lads, I prosper, I guard the hovel, too, Thatched, as you see, by willows and reeds and grass that grew In all the marsh about it; hence me, mere stump of oak, Shaped by the farmer's hatchet, they now as god invoke.
There he confided the joke to the tall pine-trees, with many slaps of his leg, contortions of his face, and the usual profanity.
The position of honour was given to a young and brilliant nobleman, M. de Bevallan, whose estate joined that of the Laroque family.
It is not so; thou hast misspoke, misheard; Be well advis'd, tell o'er thy tale again.
"Not while this Moak holds a sword," replied the other. "
My old moke flung a shoe and went dead lame at Dogtrap; an' wile I was saddlun another, Mrs Butler stuffed 'em in me pocket."
In the interval between Machiavelli and the system of natural law of Grotius, the Netherlander (1625: De Jure Belli et Pacis), belong the socialistic ideal state of the Englishman, Thomas More (De Optimo Reipublicae Statu deque Nova Insula Utopia, 1516), the political theory of the Frenchman, Jean Bodin (Six Livres de la Republique, 1577, Latin 1584; also a philosophico-historical treatise, Methodus ad Facilem Historiarum Cognitionem, and the Colloquium Heptaplomeres, edited by Noack, 1857), and the law of war of the Italian, Albericus Gentilis, at his death professor in Oxford (De Jure Belli, 1588).
Little red squirrels danced and clattered above their heads, and every oak was a choir with a hundred tiny voices piping from the shadow of its foliage.
On it were spread the spoiled ham, a dish of poke salad, a corn pone, and a pot of weak coffee.
They told of the Crescent Regiment, known and loved on all these sidewalks and away up to and beyond their Bishop-General Polk's Trinity Church, whose desperate gallantry had saved that same Washington Artillery three of its pieces, and to whose thinned and bleeding ranks swarms of the huddled Western farm boys, as shattered and gory as their captors and as glorious, had at last laid down their arms.
That to provoke in him Are many simples operative, whose power Will close the eye of anguish.
Revoke thy gift, Or, whilst I can vent clamour from my throat, I'll tell thee thou dost evil.
Footnote 47: Minshew calls a tobacconist fumi-vendulus, a smoak-seller.
They begin to smoke me; and disgraces have of late knock'd to often at my door.
Kit felt the perspiration soak his thin clothes, and big drops of moisture trickled down Adam's yellow face as he sat with half-shut eyes, in a canvas chair.
and as he spoke, he held her at arm's length from him to get a better look at her. "
He suggests that +stokess+ means 'places,' comparing the use of stoke in place-names, e.g. Wude stoke in Chron. (
"Gad," said Jervis, "it was a stroke of luck for Barnard that Bellingham happened to have such a magnificent daughter--there!
If this is not a dream, I have woke up, by mistake, in an Arabian Night instead of a London one.
Ilkley Wolk Wolf Ilkley Grammar.
Ye are wreatches, poore starv'd wreatches fedd on crumbs That he flings to ye: from your owne aboundaunce Wreatched and slavish people ye are becom That feele the griping yoak and yet bow to it.
Purgatorio: Canto XII Abreast, like oxen going in a yoke, I with that heavy-laden soul went on, As long as the sweet pedagogue permitted; But when he said, "Leave him, and onward pass, For here 'tis good that with the sail and oars, As much as may be, each push on his barque;" Upright, as walking wills it, I redressed My person, notwithstanding that my thoughts Remained within me downcast and abashed.
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