It is at such times that my mind always turns to the East, that swarming ant-heap of the human race, where alone it is possible to be very great.
"Why, you see, she took up with some Spiritualistic notions after her mother's death; thought she held communications with her, and all that, Aunt Solomon says."
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As a matter of course we went, taking our stations at the head of the column just behind the commander, and when the word to march had been given I began to regret having thus been favored, for never one of us carried a weapon of any kind, and if Brant was in the humor he could have us all butchered before those whom we had left behind would get an inkling of what was going on.
Blamable Idolatry is Cant, and even what one may call Sincere-Cant.
Prominent among these was old Aunt Patsy; her little black eyes sparkling through her great iron-bound spectacles; her head and body moving in unison with the wild air of the unintelligible chant she sang; her long, skinny hands clapping up and down upon her knees; while her feet, encased in their great green baize slippers, unceasingly beat time upon the floor.
iff so be as yu caun't du it beefor i thinc i shal take im ass father sais there is sum mistake, mi deerest deere mi art is brock butt i thinc i shall take im iff so bee as I dant ear frum yu.
Miss Caddy felt in duty bound to inspect each cake, look over the wine, and (to the great discomfiture of the waiter) decant it herself, not liking to expose him to any unnecessary temptation.
There are also great numbers of large and terrible snakes, which are said to have destroyed a whole army of one of the Incas, that was marching this way: Yet, according to report, an old woman did so enchant them, that they became quite harmless and gentle, insomuch that they would allow people to sit upon them.
FANT, DAVID J., ed.
Correct the division of the following words of four syllables: "ca-ter-pil-lar, cha-ri-ta-ble, di-li-gent-ly, mi-se-ra-ble, pro-fit-a-ble, to-le-ra-ble;--be-ne-vo-lent, con-si-der-ate, di-mi-nu-tive, ex-pe-ri-ment, ex-tra-va-gant, in-ha-bi-tant, no-bi-li-ty, par-ti-cu-lar, pros-pe-ri-ty, ri-di-cu-lous, sin-ce-ri-ty;--de-mon-stra-tion, e-du-ca-tion, e-mu-la-tion, e-pi-de-mic, ma-le-fac-tor, ma-nu-fac-ture, me-mo-ran-dum, mo-de-ra-tor, pa-ra-ly-tic, pe-ni-ten-tial, re-sig-na-tion, sa-tis-fac-tion, se-mi-co-lon.
GANTT, W. HORSLEY, tr.
Grant that you could have slain him, is not this, O conscript fathers, such a kindness as is done by banditti, who are contented with being able to boast that they have granted their lives to all those men whose lives they have not taken?
IMPLANT, to.--That which is implanted in souls by creation, and respects propagation, is indelible, and not to be extirpated, 409.
Hamilton's doctrine of J.S. Mill's doctrine of Spencer's doctrine of T.H. Green's doctrine of Feuerbach's doctrine of Lotze's doctrine of Hartmann's doctrine of the neo-Kantians on the German positivists on influence of recent science on the theory of Liebmann's doctrine of See also Agnosticism, Critique of Reason, Empiricism, Faith, Faith and Reason, Nominalism, Positivism, Rationalism and Empiricism, Relativity, Sensationalism, Skepticism Knutzen, M. Koch, A. Koeber, R. von Koegel, F. Koenig, E. Koppelmann Koestlin, Karl Krause, A. Krause, E. Krause, F. Krauth, C.P. Krohn, A. Kroman, K. Krug, W.T. Kuhn Kuntze, J.E. Kvacsala Kym, A.L. Laas, E. Laban, F. Labriola, La Bruyere Ladd, G.T. Laffitte, P. Lagrange Lambert, J.H. Lamennais, F. de La Mettrie, J.O. de La Mothe la Vayer Land, J.P.N. Lange, F.A. Lange, J.J. La Rochefoucauld Lasson, A. Lasswitz, K. Last, E. Lavater Law (or Right) early philosophy of Montesquieu on Pufendorf on C. Thomasius on Kant's theory of legal right Fichte's theory of right Schelling's view of F. Krause's philosophy of right Hegel's philosophy of right Lazarus, M. Lechler Leclair, A. von Leibnitz, Friedrich (the father) Leibnitz, G.W. position in modern thought and occasionalism system of and the Illumination (Wolff, Lessing) and Kant See also Descartes, Locke, Spinoza Leonhardi, H.K. von Leopold Lessing, G.E. system of Lewes, G.H. Liard, L. Liberatore, M. Lichtenberg Liebig Liebmann, O. Linde, A. van der Lindemann Lipps, T. Lipsius, Justus Lipsius, R.A. Littre, E. Locke, J. position in modern philosophy system of and Berkeley and Hume and the French Illumination (and Rousseau) and Leibnitz and Kant See also Bacon, Berkeley, Descartes, Empiricism, Kant Lohmeyer Lombroso, C. Lossius Lott, F.C. Lotze, R.H. system of Loewe, J.H. Lubbock, J. Luelmann, C. Luther Lutterbeck Lyng, G.V. Macaulay, T.B. Machiavelli, N. Mackie Mackintosh, J. Mahaffy, J.P. Maimon, S. Maimonides Mainlaender, P. Mainzer, J. Maistre, J, de Malebranche, Nicolas system of Mamiani, T. Mandeville, Bernard de Mansel, H.L. Marcus Marheineke Mariana, Juan Mariano Marion, H. Marsh, James Marsilius of Padua Martin, B. Martineau, Harriet Martineau, James Martini, Jacob Masson, David Materialism in Hobbes Spinoza's tendency toward in the early associationalists in France in XVIII.
"Isen lant", the reading of the MSS.
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I cannot say that I have escaped from a shipwreck; but have only gained a rock by hard swimming, where I may pant a while and gather breath: for the doctors give me a sad assurance, that my disease never took its leave of any man, but with a purpose to return.
Again, the late Professor Quekett was one of the first observers who gave a correct description of what I have termed the "saccular" structure of coal; and, rightly perceiving that this structure was something quite different from that of any known plant, he imagined that it proceeded from some extinct vegetable organism which was peculiarly abundant amongst the coal-forming plants.
T TABAC, m., plante dont les feuilles se fument.
Ainsi, par exemple, les points 1 et 2 ne pourraient etre executes sans un remaniement des lois serbes sur la presse et sur les associations, pour lequel le consentement de la Scoupchtina pourrait etre difficilement obtenu; quant a l'execution des points 4 et 5, elle pourrait produire des consequences fort dangereuses et meme faire naitre le danger d'actes de terrorisme diriges contre les membres de la Maison Royale et contre Pachitch, ce qui ne saurait entrer dans les vues de l'Autriche.
It is singular that so fair-minded a biographer as Parton could see nothing but rant and nonsense in the most philosophical political essay ever penned by man.
For gain he would his God deny, His country and his King; Swear and forswear, recant and lye, Do any wicked thing.
The singular perseverance of the conspirators is shown by the fact, that so early as in Lent of the year 1603, Robert Catesby, who appears to have been the prime mover of the plot, in a conversation with Thomas Wintour and John Wright, first broke with them about a design for delivering England from her bondage, and to replant the Catholic religion.
Without doubt beer-houses and business houses were wrecked, but the Tartar stories which were reported in Germany and Belgium, Herr von Sandt, Chief of the Civil Administration, puts down to hysterics, and the desire of some people to make themselves important."
He had been sentenced to imprisonment for life, and was kept in the castle of Sant' Angelo.
Lord Brudenel, as you doubtless know, is of the barons' party and--scant cause for grief!--is with Leicester at this moment.
When the westering sun lost most of its heat and threw slant shadows and a yellow light over the mountains, Oliver would have a pair of ancient greys, patient as burros and hardly faster, hitched to a buckboard and then drive off into the evening and perhaps, long after the dinner hour.
This exactly confirms the judicious observation of the excellent moralist and poet: Pravo favore labi mortales solent; Et pro judicio dum stant erroris sui, Ad poenitendum rebus manifestis agi.
With that bad taste which characterizes the victims of this delusion, he could not consent to supply the place of the chosen object of his love with any other image; and even regarded the classic and romantic Miss Sallianna as wholly unworthy to supplant Redbud in his affections.
9: tant mieux!
Their parents were necessarily too much occupied with the cares end anxieties which their new situation brought upon them, to devote much time to their children; and when the light labors in which Henrich and Edith were able to render any assistance were over, they and Ludovico amused themselves by wandering along the shore in search of shells and seaweed; or else they followed the wood-cutters into the forest, to seek for such flowering plants as still were to be found in the more sheltered spots, and to transplant them to the garden that was to surround and embellish their rude dwelling.
Here, Hacon of Trant, that was wont to lead thy father's vanward, and here, Sir Brian of Hartismere, brother to Eric, called the Wry-neck.