Between the bronze-brown of his eyes and her, There sudden came a faint and misty veil; Through the wide-open window a sun's beam Flashed on it, making o'er her bowed head A halo from his own unfallen tears.
Pictures by Frances Beem.
He wished Logotheti to please to understand that he wanted to settle up for all expenses as soon as possible, and to pay his weekly bills at Dr. Bream's.
If you cannot have the whipped cream, pour your chocolate from one pitcher into another, or beat with a whisk until frothy.
Its importance is due to the quality of its creme eclairs, which attract the gilded Staff in such large numbers that the interior is usually suffused like an Eastern sunset with a rich glow of red tabs and gilt braid.
The above is a version of a Latin epigram on the famous John duke of Marlborough, by the abbe Salvini, which is as follows: Haud alio vultu fremuit Mars acer in armis: Haud alio Cypriam percutit ore deam.
I have deemed it best under the circumstances not to enter into contracts for the purchase of sites, but to submit all proposals made, in response to public advertisement for several weeks in the principal newspapers in each of the cities designated, to Congress, for such action as it may deem proper to take in fulfillment of the original design of the before-mentioned act.
Carpe Diem was Ted Holiday's motto.
Downstream Aldous could see that the tumult grew less; from the rent in the mountain came the deeper, more distant-rolling thunder that they had heard on the other side of the range.
Perhaps not one of us escapes that dream; perhaps, as by some sorrowful doom of man, that dream repeats for every one of us, through every generation, the original temptation in Eden.
in so commanding a tone that even his fluency faltered, and he paused in exceeding amaze at the result of what he had supposed any woman of his set would esteem an honour, much more this strange girl whose mother was engaged so systematically in securing a place at the ladder top.
At Aden in Arabia they are penned in all day long with that other extreme of heat, and keep their markets in the night.
We again started at four o'clock in the morning, and eagerly watched for the first gleam of light that should show the same lovely spectacle we had seen the day before; nor were we disappointed, though the show was somewhat different.
Thence he went to the University of Tuebingen, and then lived for some time as a private tutor in Bern, but he was soon attracted to Bodmer, at Zurich, who, like Gleim at a later date in North Germany, might be called the midwife of genius in South Germany.
Djabal is Hakeem, the incarnate Dread, The phantasm khalif, king of Prodigies.
Medical science is at a very low ebb in Persia; purging and bleeding are the two remedies most resorted to by the native hakim.
I felt sick and my fingers itched to madness for the throat of Ibrahim Mahmud.
In 1912 Konkan Magazine a monthly magazine was started by Joaquim Campose.
The position of the 179th Brigade at this time was about one mile east of Ain Karim, where it was exposed to heavy enfilade fire from its right and, as it was obvious that the advance of the 53rd Division had been delayed owing to the fog and rain, the brigadier decided not to go further during the early part of the day but to wait till he could be supported by the mountain batteries, which the appalling state of the ground had prevented from keeping up with him.
Of the instances given by Dr. Keim, the first (i. 41, the sign seen by the Baptist) depends on a somewhat doubtful reading (Greek: para to Ioannae, which should be perhaps Greek: para to Iordanae); the second, the demand for a sign localised specially in the temple (i. 67; of.
Hot threats recurring, Gascony had turned to go, Maxime had headed him off, Italy's hand had started into his flannel shirt, and "bing!
"Le soussigne s'empresse donc d'assurer votre Excellence et en meme temps de vous prier, Monsieur, de vouloir bien faire parvenir cette assurance a sa Majeste, que cet acte signale de liberalite ne peut manquer d'etre dignement et hautement apprecie par les institutions scientifiques des Etats Unis, par Mlle.
They have also the power of coiling themselves up like a watch-spring and discharging themselves from a considerable distance at those whom they have doomed to death--a fact which is attested by such passages in the poets as-- Like adder darting from his coil, and by travellers passim.
48, 2, 11: sed ream eam lege Cornelia facere permissum ei non est.
God, in His Palace resident Of Bliss, beheld our sinful ball, And charged His own Son innocent Us to redeem from Adam's fall.
Even the few variations attempted assimilated themselves more or less promptly to the regime of the older colony.
After hearing all that was put before him, he enquired whether Sixtus approved the scheme.
Many noises succeeded, and suddenly came one which froze my blood--the harsh scream of a hawk.
She used to take her sewing out upon the cliff; she would be demure and busy; she would finish the selvage seam; but the sun blazed, the sea shone, the birds sang, all the world was at play,--what could it matter about selvage seams?
I don't seem to understand it; appears to me like as there was something underneath."
The Hebrew plurals cherubim and seraphim, being sometimes mistaken for singulars, other plurals have been formed from them; as, "And over it the cherubims of glory.
And at the coast, after thirteen days we arrived, three days before the New Year, traversing France by steam, air, and petrol traction.
A few nights afterwards two officers swam out to sea across the river mouth and crept up the right bank of the stream within the enemy's lines to ascertain the locality of the ford and its exact width and depth.
For one simple reason (the tyrant answered), and herein lies the supreme misery of despotic power; it is not possible even to be quit of it. (
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: A Selection from the Discourses of Epictetus With the Encheiridion Author: Epictetus Release Date: January 9, 2004 EBook #10661 Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK SELECTIONS FROM EPICTETUS *** Produced by Ted Garvin, David King, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team A SELECTION FROM THE DISCOURSES OF EPICTETUS WITH THE ENCHEIRIDION TRANSLATED BY GEORGE LONG CONTENTS.
Now, that this is sheer fiction is shown by the fact, that the newspapers in the slaveholding states, teem with advertisements for runaway slaves, in which the masters and mistresses describe their men and women, as having been 'branded with a hot iron,' on their 'cheeks,' 'jaws,' 'breasts,' 'arms,' 'legs,' and 'thighs;' also as 'scarred,' 'very much scarred,' 'cut up,' 'marked,' &c. 'with the whip,' also with 'iron collars on,' 'chains,' 'bars of iron,' 'fetters,' 'bells,' 'horns,' 'shackles,' &c. They, also, describe them as having been wounded by 'buck-shot,' 'rifle-balls,' &c. fired at them by their 'owners,' and others when in pursuit; also, as having 'notches,' cut in their ears, the tops or bottoms of their ears 'cut off,' or 'slit,' or 'one ear cut off' or 'both ears cut off' &c. &c. The masters and mistresses who thus advertise their runaway slaves, coolly sign their names to their advertisements, giving the street and number of their residences, if in cities, their post office address, &c. if in the country; thus making public proclamation as widely as possible that they 'brand,' 'scar,' 'gash,' 'cut up,' &c. the flesh of their slaves; load them with irons, cut off their ears, &c.; they speak of these things with the utmost sang froid, not seeming to think it possible, that any one will esteem them at all the less because of these outrages upon their slaves; further, these advertisements swarm in many of the largest and most widely circulated political and commercial papers that are published in the slave states.
And therefore, representing Paradise, The sacred poem must perforce leap over, Even as a man who finds his way cut off; But whoso thinketh of the ponderous theme, And of the mortal shoulder laden with it, Should blame it not, if under this it tremble.
The author's thanks are due to his former colleague, Professor Hugo P. Thieme, of the University of Michigan, for many helpful suggestions and criticisms, as well as to Professor Rene Talamon, of the same institution, who kindly assisted in reading the proof.
Keep the horses' noses upstream, young man, and use your whip."