We began to think that we had seen enough of Scarborough, so we took a chaise in the afternoon to Pickering, a small agricultural town, and lodged in a comfortable inn there.
The trouble is that the Uffizi is so vast, and the Renaissance seems to be so eminently the only proper study of mankind when one is here, that to attune oneself to the enjoyment of antique sculpture needs a special effort which not all are ready to make.
It sprang from the bushes and stood facing her like an animal at bay--a short creature neither man nor boy, misshapen, grotesquely humped, possessing long thin arms of almost baboon-like proportions.
Irish oratory, on the contrary, is a sort of aeronaut: it is always going up in a balloon, and breaking its neck, or coming down in the parachute.
The French termination on became oon in bassoon, pontoon, balloon, galloon, spontoon, raccoon, (Fr.
In 1907 he married Evelyn Bethune Blunt, of Springfield, Mass. Mr. Ficke has published many books of verse of which the best-known are "The Earth Passion", 1908; "Sonnets of a Portrait Painter", 1914; "The Man on the Hilltop", 1915; "An April Elegy", 1917.
Love passed me by, nor touched my brow; Life would not yield one perfect boon; And all too late it calls me now, O all too late, and all too soon.
It may be a matter of regret that you are a Boone in blood rather than an Ovid, and that you imitate the Boones in obstinacy.
Foreword by Heywood Broun.
As veteran slinger and archer he helps his favourite Hadding; as charioteer, "Brune", he drives Harald to his death in battle.
vi believed to be written in North Zealand, and in the opinion of Bruun belonging to the same codex as Kall-Rasmussen's fragment.
The T. polyglottis, or buffoon-bird, is never found north of 46 deg.
Most of these island authorities are as unchallengeable on the score of previous leaning towards abolitionism, as Mr. McDuffie of Mr. Calhoun would be two years hence, if slavery were to be abolished throughout the United States tomorrow.
Almond and blossom 110 Puddings 1222 Almonds and raisins 1598 Anchovy 226 Apple, and blossom 1226 Compote of 1515 Jelly stuck with almonds 1395 Apples, dish of 1598 Arrowroot 387 Artichoke, cardoon 1080 Jerusalem 1084 Artichokes 1080 Asparagus 114 On toast 1087 Tongs 1087 Bacon, boiled 804 For larding, and needles 828 Bain Marie 430 Bantams, black 939 Feather-legged 958 Barbel 229 Barberry 1245 Barley 116 Basil 417 Basin, pudding 1200 Basket, wire 494 Bay, the 512 Bean, broad 1092 French 1151 Haricot 1120 Scarlet runner 1090 Beef, aitchbone of 677 Brisket of, to carve a 677 Collared 617 Ribs of, to carve a 677 Round of, to carve a 677 Beef, side of, showing the several joints 595 Sirloin of 659 " to carve a 677 Steak pie 604 Tongue 675 " to carve a 677 Beetroot 1094 Birds 917 Blackcock 1019 Roast 1019 " to carve a 1054 Blacking-brush box 2342 Blancmange 1409 Mould for 1408, 1442 Boar, Westphalian 787 Bread, &c. 1658 Loaf of, cottage 1718 Tin 1718 Brill, the 230 Brocoli 1095 Boiled 1095 Broom, carpet 2293 Long hair 2306 Brush, banister 2302 Cornice 2327 Crumb 2321 Dusting 2327 Furniture 2310 Plate 2317 Scrubbing 2306 Staircase 2302 Stove 2294 Buns 1731 Butler's tray and stand 2315 Butter, dish 1632 Dish of, rolled 1634 Cabbage, seeding 118 Cake-moulds 1756,1761,1772 Calf, side of, showing the several joints 854 Calf's-head 877 Half a 877 To carve a 913 Calves 845 Sweetbreads of 906 Caper, the 383 Capercalzie, the 1026 Capsicum, the 362 Carp, the 242 Carpet brooms 2293 Carrots 1100 Cauliflower, the 1104 Boiled 1104 Celery 441 In glass 1107 Char, the 243 Charlotte aux pommes 1418 Cheese glass 1640 Hot-water dish for 1651 Stilton 1639 Cherry 1261 Chervil 1151 Chestnut 124 Chocolate, box of 1598 Milk 1807 Christmas pudding, &c. 1175 Chub, the 243 Cinnamon 524 Citron, the 1436 Claret-cup 1831 Clove, the 367 Coal, sections of 73 Cocoa-bean 1815 Nut and blossom 125 " palm 125 Cod, the 231 Cod's head and shoulders, to carve 174 Coffee 1811 Colander, ancient 68 Modern 68 Coriander 174 Cork, with wooden top 446 Cow and bull, Alderney 592 Galloway 593 Long-horn 591 Short-horn 590 Crab, the 245 Crayfish 193 Cream-mould 1430 Crumpets 1728 Cucumber, the 402,1111 Slice 1152 Sliced 1111 Currants 1266 Zante 1264 Custards, in glasses 1423 Cygnet 998 Dace, the 243 Damson, the 1270 Deer, the 444 Eland, bull and cow 1051 Fallow, buck and doe 1050 Roebuck 1051 The stag and hind 1051 Dessert 1495 Dishes 1598 Dish, baking 551 Pie 1190 Sussex pudding 695 Dripping-pan, ancient 68 Modern 68 And basting-ladle 580 Duck, Aylesbury 935 Bowbill 936 Buenos Ayres 933 Call 937 Roast 934 " to carve a 999 Rouen 934 Wild 1022 " roast 1022 " " to carve a 1055 Eel, the 249 Egg poacher, tin 1663 Stand for breakfast-table 1656 Eggs, basket of 1667 Comparative sizes of 1665 Fried on bacon 1659 Poached, on toast 1663 Elder-berries 1818 Endive 169 Ewe, heath 690 Leicester 682 Romney-Marsh 691 South-Down 687 Fennel 412 Figs, compote of 1541 Fish 199 Flounders 259 Flowers and fruit 61, 103, 584, 925 Fowl, black bantams 939 Black Spanish 962 Boiled 938 " to carve a 1000 Cochin-China 942 Dorking 940 Feather-legged bantams 958 Game 938 Guinea 970 Pencilled Hamburgs 965 Roast 952 " to carve a 1001 Sebright bantams 961 Spangled Polands 941 Speckled Hamburgs 959 Sultans 963 Fritter mould, star 1473 Scroll 1474 Fruit, dish of, mixed 1598 Dish of, mixed summer 1598 Game 1006 Garlic 392 Gherkins 428 Ginger 407 Gingerbread 1760 Glass measure, graduated 77 Goose, Emden 968 Roast 1002 " to carve a 1002 Toulouse 969 Gooseberry 429 Grape, raisin 1324 Sultana 1326 Gridiron, ancient 68 Modern 68 Revolving 569 Grouse, red 1025 Roast 1025 " to carve a 1058 Gudgeon, the 261 Gurnet, the 262 Haddock, the 263 Ham, boiled 811 To carve 843 Hare, the common 170, 1027 Roast 1027 " to carve a 1056 Herring, the 268 Horseradish 447 Hotplate 568 Housemaid's box 2294 Ice-pail and spattle 1290 Ices, dish of 1556 Jack-bottle 580 Jam-pot 1532 Jar-potting 642 Jellies, &c 1385 Jelly, bag 1411 Mould 1411, 1416 " oval 1449 Moulded with cherries 1440 Of two colours 1441 Open with whipped cream 1453 John Dory 248 Kettle, glaze 430 Fish 225 Gravy 432 Kidneys 724 Knife-cleaning machine 5123 Lamb, fore-quarter of 750 " " to carve a 764 Leg of 752 Loin of 753 Ribs of 754 Saddle of 754 Side of 701 Lamprey, the 256 Landrail, the 1033 Leaf in puff paste 1245 Pastry 1492 Leeks 134 Lemon, the 405, 1296 Cream mould 1443 Dumplings 1294 Lentil, the 126 Lettuce, the 136 Lobster, the 270 Macaroni 135 Macaroons 1744 Mace 371 Mackerel, the 281 Maize, ear of 1721 Plant 1721 Marjoram 415 Marrow-bones 635 Milking cow 1608 Millet, Italian 1718 Panicled 1733 Mince pies 1311 Mint 469 Mould, baked pudding or cake 1329 Blancmange 1408, 1442 Boiled pudding 1196-8 Cake 1756, 1764, 1772 Cream 1430 For Christmas plum-pudding 1328 For an open tart 1365 Iced pudding 1289 Jelly 1411, 1416 " oval 1449 Lemon cream 1443 Open 1454, 1463 Raised pie, closed and open 1190 Raspberry cream 1475 Vanilla cream 1490 Muffins 1727 Mulberry, the 1560 Mullet, grey 284 Striped red 285 Mushroom, the 473 Mushrooms 1125 Broiled 1125 Mustard 450 Mutton, cutlets 732 Haunch of 726 " to carve a 759 Leg of 727 " to carve a 760 Loin of 728 " to carve a 761 Neck of 737 Saddle of 738 " to carve a 762 Side of, showing the several joints 695 Shoulder of 739 " to carve a 763 Nasturtiums 482 Nutmeg, the 378 Nuts, dish of 1598 Olive, the 506 Omelet 1456 Pan 1458 Onion, the 139 Orange, the 1314 Oranges, compote of 1565 Oyster, edible 286 Pail, house 2327 Pancakes 1467 Parsley 493 Parsnip, the 1132 Partridge, the 1039 Roast 1039 " to carve a 1057 Baste, board and rolling-pin 1186 Cutter and corner-cutter 1189 Ornamental cutter 1189 Pincers and jagger 1186 Patty-pans, plain and fluted 1190 Pea, the 143 Peach, the 1469 Pear, bon Chretien 1576 Pears, stewed 1576 Peas, green 1135 Pepper, black 369 Long 399 Perch, the 292 Pestle and Mortar 421 Pheasant, the 1041 Roast 1041 " to carve a 1059 Pickle, Indian 551 Pie, raised 1340 Pig, Guinea 997 Roast, sucking 841 " " to carve a 842 Pig's face 823 Pigs 765 Pigeon, barb 976 Blue rock 976 Carrier 974 Fantail 976 Jacobin 976 Nun 975 Owl 976 Pouter 973 Roast 974 Runt 975 To carve a 1003 Trumpeter 975 Tumbler 975 Turbit 976 Wood 975 Pike, the 295 Pimento 438 Plaice, the 298 Plover, the 1044 Plum, the 1330 Pork, fore loin of 829 Griskin of 827 Hind loin of 829 Leg of, to carve a 844 " roast 800 Side of, showing joints 795 Spare rib of 827 Pot, boiling 567 Potato, the 147 Pasty pan 1333 Rissoles 1147 Sweet 1146 Potatoes, baked, served in napkin 1136 Pound cake 1770 Prawn, the 198 Ptarmigan, or white grouse 1045 Pudding, boiled fruit 1284 Cabinet 1286 Punch-bowl and ladle 1839 Quadrupeds 585 Quail, the 1046 Quern, or grinding-mill 117 Quince, the 1233 Rabbit, Angora 983 Boiled 977 " to carve a 1004 Hare, the 985 Himalaya 985 Lop-eared 984 Roast 983 " to carve a 1004 Wild 978 Radish, long 1152 Turnip 1152 Raisin, grape 1324 Ram, heath 689 Leicester 688 Romney-Marsh and ewe 691 South-down and ewe 687 Range, modern 65 Raspberry, the 1267 Cream mould 1475 Ratafias 1745 Rhubarb 1339 Rice, casserole of 1350 Ears of 150 Roach, the 243 Rolls 1723 Rusks 1734 Sage 427 Sago palm 152 Salad, in bowl 1152 Salmon, the 304 To carve a p. 175 Salt-mine at Northwich 403 Saucepan, ancient 68 Modern 68 Sauce tureen, boat, &c. 354 Sausages, fried 838 Saute-pan 571 Ancient 68 Modern 68 Scales, ancient and modern 70 Screen, meat 582 Sea-bream, the 310 Sea-kale 1150 Boiled 1150 Shad, the 311 Shalot, the 410 Sheep 678 Heath ram 689 " ewe 690 Romney-Marsh ram and ewe 691 South-Down ram and ewe 687 Shortbread 1780 Shrimp, the 313 Skate, thornback 315 Snipe, the 1047 Roast 1047 " to carve a 1060 Sole, the 320 Sorrel 431 Souffle pan 1481 Sow, and pigs 765 Berkshire 781 Chinese 785 Cumberland 784 Essex 782 Yorkshire 783 Spinach 155 Garnished with croutons 1155 Sponge cake 1783 Sprat, the 331 Sprouts, Brussels 1098 Stewpan 567 Stock-pot, ancient 66 Bronze 66 Modern 66 Stove, gas 575 Family kitchener 65 Leamington 65, 540 Pompeiian 65 Strawberries, dish of 1598 Sturgeon, the 332 Sugar-cane, the 1335 Sultana grape, the 1326 Swans 54 Tarragon 503 Tart, open 1365 Open mould for a 1365 Plum 1331 Tartlets, dish of 1371 Tazza and carrot leaves 121 Tea 1814 Teacakes 1787 Tench, the 334 Thyme, lemon 458 Tipsy cake 1487 Tomato, the 529 Tomatoes, stewed 1159 Trifle 1489 Trout, the 336 Truffles 1161 Turbot, the 338 Kettle 338 To carve a 176 Tureen, soup 88 Turkey, boiled 986 Roast 990 " to carve a 1005 Turnip 157 Turnips 1165 Turret on old Abbey kitchen 62 Turtle, the 189 Urns, Loysell's hydrostatic 1810 Utensils for cooking, ancient and modern 66-8 Vanilla cream mould 1490 Veal, breast of 857 " to carve a 912 Cutlets 866 Fillet of 872 " to carve a 914 Knuckle of 885 " to carve a 915 Loin of 885 " to carve a 916 Vegetable, cutter 1173 Strips of 131 Vegetable marrow 158 In white sauce 1173 On toast 1170 Vegetables 1069 Cellular development of 1075 Siliceous cuticles of 1075 Venison, haunch of 1061 " roast 1049 " to carve a 1061 Vermicelli 162 Vessels for beverages 1789 Vol-au-vent 1379 Small 1379 Walnut, the 536 Wheat 1779 Egyptian, or mummy 1783 Polish 1722 Red winter 1719 Whitebait 348 Whiting, the 343 Window and flowers 75 Wirebasket 494 Woodcock, the 1053 Roast 1053 Scotch 1653 To carve a 1062 Yorkshire pudding 1384 COLOURED PLATES.
So Alexyz once sent us a cartoon enclosed in an envelope.
------"(ut Gaditana canoro Incipiat prurire choro, plausuque probatae Ad terram tremula descendant clune puellae, Irritamentum Veneris languentis)"------ that it will make the spectators mad.
Madame Perpente, an Italian lady, who experimented much with asbestos, found that from a crude mass of that substance threads could be elicited which were ten times the length of the mass itself, and were indeed sometimes several metres in length, the fibres seeming to be involved, like silk in a cocoon.
And he bought the Financial Times and put it into his pocket for his wife, because she had an interest in Cohoon's Brewery, and he conceived the possibility of her caring to glance at the report.
After a careful examination of the dust, inside and out of the building, Quonab said, "Coon."
His imagination was blinded to the dangers that lay alongside the crumbling shelves of rock, and I scrambled behind him wondering dimly what would happen to Edith and her sister if an unkind fate flung us from the ledge into the darkness from which the soft croon of the chestnut clumps came up like a warning against our foolhardiness.
From El Arish Redoubt the line ran east again to Mazar trench with a prodigal expenditure of wire in front of it, and then south for several hundred yards, when it was thrown out to the south-west to embrace a position of high importance known as Umbrella Hill, a dune of blazing yellow sand facing, about 500 yards away, Samson's Ridge, which we held strongly and on which the enemy often concentrated his fire.
Of course Kitty found a small vacant space on which she could festoon herself, and Peter promptly climbed on his mother's lap, so that she was covered with--fairly submerged in--children!
And in his mind's eye the poet could see his godson clad in all the splendors of naval elegance,--a blue jacket with gold buttons for every day, and for holiday attire a coat trimmed with galloon and red trappings, a pointed hat, a sword.... Ulysses shrugged his shoulders before such grandeur.
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The gambols of the whales were now highly diverting, and, except when a fish became unmanageable and enraged while the harpoon was fixed, or the noose of a rope pulled tight round its tail, they were not at all dangerous to be approached.
The houses of the colonists were generally built of logs, hewn on both sides, the spaces chinked with mortar, and the roof constructed of boards.
"I told Tassoc, next morning, what I had discovered, and through the whole of every night, for five nights, we kept a close watch 'round the East Wing; but there was never a sign of anyone prowling about; and all the time, almost from evening to dawn, that grotesque whistling would hoon incredibly, far above us in the darkness.
"He was a widower, even then, and hence immune," smiled the man across the table.
G, when silent, usually lengthens the preceding vowel; as in resign, impregn, impugn.
Laying aside further ceremony, therefore, permit this greatly over-estimated person to disclose the object of his inopportune visit.
As soon as Karun heard of this expedition he was all on fire, and proposed to pursue the squadron under Karukhan, and frustrate at once the object which the enemy had in view; and though Nauder was unfavorable to this movement, Karun, supported by several of the chiefs and a strong volunteer force, set off at midnight, without permission, on this important enterprise.
So, too, had Van Koon's companion.
Martin H. Kuehn (A); 4Mar58; R209961.
And through the twenty-five years that have passed, since the matter of life was first called protoplasm, a host of investigators, among whom Cohn, Max Schulze, and Kuehne must be named as leaders, have accumulated evidence, morphological, physiological, and chemical, in favour of that "immense unite de composition elementaire dans tous les corps vivants de la nature," into which Payen had, so early, a clear insight.
R121809, 7Dec53, Emil F. Kronquist (A) KUHN, BERNARD E., joint ed.
Cook gave it the name of Lagoon Island; it is now known as Vahitahi, and is one of the Low Archipelago.
Yet some great disappointment must have been his lot, for a lampoon which he wrote a short time afterwards is filled with the bitterest satire upon the prince whose praises he had sung so beautifully.
As they passed the lakes the heavy gray stork flapped up in front of them, and they saw the wild duck whirring off in a long V against the blue sky, or heard the quavering cry of the loon from amid the reeds.
I find no data showing with exactness the mileage completed by the Magoon government, which came to an end in January, 1909, but a Cuban official report made at the end of 1910 shows that the combined activities of the respective administrations, Spanish, American, and Cuban, had given the island, at that time, practically a thousand miles of improved highway, distributed throughout the island.
In the course of the last two years he edited the Persian poem by Hatefi, of Laile and Majnoon, the Petrarch and Laura of the Orientals.
He had been offered others--for instance, white ones with little coloured landscapes printed all over their backs and sides--surely as idiotic an embellishment as any insane potter could devise--but although these had sorely tempted him he had finally decided in favour of the maroon and yellow abominations.
Dr. Mattoon was president of Biddle then and Dr. Darling was president of the girls' school.
Desiring to obtain only the best class, he requested that the Negroes to be thus colonized be recommended by Reverend Charles B. Ray, Reverend Theodore S. Wright and Dr. J. McCune Smith, three Negroes of New York City, known to be representative of the best of the race.
James at once saw that the reduction of the different forts by the Peishwa's troops would be a matter of months, even if he was able to keep out succours from the sea, which the monsoon would render impossible; so, in spite of the Council's orders, he resolved on taking matters into his own hands.
Wherever you are, lost to me somewhere among the winding paths of this strange wood of the world, do you ever, as the moonlight falls over the sea, give a thought to that night when we sat together by a window overlooking the ocean, veiled in a haze of moonlit pearl, and, dimly seen near shore, a boat was floating, like some mystic barge, as we said, in our happy childishness, waiting to take us to the Land East of the Sun and West of the Moon?
makes Chastley also quote from the marriage ceremony: "If every new moone a man might have a new wife, that's every year a dozen; but this 'till death us depart is tedious."
MULDOON, HUGH C. Lessons in pharmaceutical Latin and prescription writing and interpretation.
Further, I must agree to pay a bonus of fifty soles if they would keep climbing until noon or until stopped by snow.