The end was near, and the world was about to see its idol and his wife tested in moral action of a very stringent kind.
You'd have licked my old friend, Death, in that bout you had with him, without any help of mine.
In his poem, Colin Clout's Come Home Again, Spenser tells, in pastoral language, how "the shepherd of the ocean" persuaded him to go to London, where he presented him to the queen, under whose patronage the first three books of his great poem were printed, in 1590.
roared a Hollander of the fore-top, more Dutch than sour-crout.
Superstition is godless religion, devout impiety.
Leith's deviltry had so impressed me that I considered him capable of anything, and if he thought we were out of the way, I had no doubt that he would take immediate steps to break down the courage of the Professor and his daughters by means that were familiar to him.
And if any one here her birth doe disdaine, Her father is ready, with might and with maine, To prove shee is come of noble degree-- Therefore, ever flout att prettye Bessee.
"We haven't fout and bled," rejoined the other, taking out of his pocket a large piece of tobacco, and cutting off a quid, as he spoke in a somewhat subdued tone,--"we haven't fout and bled for our liberties to have our posterity and their land circumcised after this rate, to suit the figaries of Congress.
Besides, he has had the gout a good deal lately, and is more irritable than usual."
That portion of the jambs against which the slabs butt has a groove coinciding with a similar one in the edge of the slab, for the purpose of forming a joggle joint by squeezing the bedding material into them or by joggling them in with a cement grout.
den ve better look hout for one goot tree to get b'low," suggested Henri. "
The letter a represents the short vowel as in bat, a with an accent the broad sound of a in hall, i as in lily, i with an accent as in police, u as in bull, u with an accent as in rude, o with an accent as o in pole, the diphthong ai as in aisle, au as in the German word kraut or ou in house.
KROUT, JOHN ALLEN.
"Pipe down with that," he growled, and I saw the uselessness of trying to make the lout see reason.
Then an old-fashioned porticoed mansion came into view, and on signal from the driver a posse of colored servants came trooping out noisily to carry the invalid in.
+pout-staff+, anet fastened to two poles, used for poking the banks of rivers, JD,S3.
Terebinthinam Cypriam habeant familiarem, ad quantitatem deglutiant nucis parvae, tribus horis ante prandium vel coenam, ter singulis septimanis prout expedire videbitur; nam praeterquam quod alvum mollem efficit, obstructiones aperit, ventriculum purgat, urinam provocat hepar mundificat.
It is another story that the officer Police Sub Inspector Raut Dessai, who was handling the complaint, was also duped off a few thousand rupees by the same journo.
Yet now, I did invent this thing and that thing to make natural account that I was not come to the Lesser Redoubt; and so had hope again within me; yet much also of doubt and bewilderment.
One rout is as much like another as the scamper of one flock of sheep like that of all others.
Snow sport games are also annual events in the Routt, Leadville and Pike National Forests of Colorado.
Towards the middle of November a party of Spaniards landed in the night time upon Amelia island, and skulked in the thicket till morning, when two Highlanders, unarmed, went into the woods for fuel; upon whom the Spaniards fired, first five and then ten shot; which was heard by Francis Brooks, who commanded the scout-boat upon the coast.
And because his views--if he had any--had not been over-luminously set forth in this his maiden oration, a party of zealous advocates had nearly caused an uproar by their irrepressible shout of "Non c'e da parlar', ma da fare!"
The incandescent light sent a raw glare into the farthest corners of the large room, and just then a tiny wreath of white steam issued from the spout of the kettle.
Friendships ripen and enmities deepen quickly on the trail, seeds of discord sprout and flourish in the cold.
The one was a stout young woman, with a gipsy type of face--that's the best way I can describe it.
"The tooth-ache," said Roger Williams of the New England tribes, "is the only paine which will force their stoute hearts to cry"; even the Indian women, he says, never cry as he has heard "some of their men in this paine"; but Lewis and Clarke found whole tribes who had abolished this source of tears in the civilized manner, by having no teeth left.
STROUT, ALAN L. English grammar review; a concise practical grammar, by Alan L. Strout and George M. Strout.
impious war rages throughout the whole world."
Dans ces sortes de crises merveilleuses, voir apres les autres n'est rien; tout le merite est de voir pour la premiere fois; car les autres modelent ensuite leur vision sur le type recu.
It is barely possible Thor had discovered that this perfume of golden-spotted trout made him more attractive to his lady-love.
Or: according to Descartes some ideas (sensuous perceptions) come from without, according to Locke all do so, according to Leibnitz none.