Past the creamy reef the purple ocean glittered in the nooning sun, while the motionless waters of the lagoon were turquoise and bice near by and virescent in the distance.
The story of the man who thought of what he would do if he were a horse, came back to me, and for an hour or so I tried to think I was Jennie Brice, trying to get away and hide from my rascal of a husband.
Footnote 14: Seth Low on "Municipal Government," in Bryce's American Commonwealth, vol.
She has a clever, coherent way of making her points, and is concise in reply if questioned, quick at repartee if heckled.
It is related, on the testimony of his sister, as a mark of his early thirst for distinction, that being offered a present of china-ware by a potter, and asked what device he would have painted on it, he replied, "Paint me an angel with wings, and a trumpet to trumpet my name about the world."
But were they false As o'er-dy'd blacks, as wind, as waters- false As dice are to be wish'd by one that fixes No bourn 'twixt his and mine; yet were it true To say this boy were like me.
True, but because they know a little thing drives me from them, therefore in midst of meat they present me with some sharp sauce or a dish of delicate anchovies, or a caviare, to entice me back again.
English manufacturers and all industries would be hampered by an elaborate system of excise which would flood our markets with German goods.
For dinner we had a broiled fish, which I myself cooked on stones outside the house, and tuparo, mountain feis steamed and mashed into a golden pulp, with cocoanut cream.
John Geise (A); 9Dec63; R327442.
And then, O Squib, he set out to explain that he meant "gneiss," not "nice!"
Mr. Grice's door, or, at all events, we think we do."
Cockney Sweep (seated upon a donkey).--"Fitch us out another penn'orth o' strawberry hice, with a dollop o' lemon water in it."
Bet a dollar it's ice water he's full of," said Kittredge to himself.
SEE Kies, Paul P. GHADIALI, DINSHAH PESTANJI FRANJI.
lisse, (also lice), atilt-yard; see Ducange (s.v.
BRONSON, WILFRID S. I like mice. (
The morale of her nice phrases had been shattered seemingly beyond restoration.
wherefore shoulde thys boy, Thys thynge of too nyce contyence, nay my sonne, Troble hym selfe with any acte of myne As if they helde proportion with hys state, Wytt or condytion?
These two statements were made by Count Berchtold in reply to precise questions put to him by M. Dumaine, under instructions from his Government.
and the theologians Marheineke (a pupil of Daub at Heidelberg) and W. Vatke (Philosophy of Religion, edited by Preiss, 1888).
Many die; but some are fed by the Countess Cathleen, while others sell their souls for the price of food to demons disguised as merchants.
SEE Pryce-Jones, Alan.
With portraits of Blackfeet Indians by Winold Reiss.
It is sometimes adulterated with rice-flour, as the black is with burnt bread.
The salami-slice fraud, mostly mythical. . . .
By one of those rare atavisms by which a poet can be bred of a peasant or peasant be begot of poet, Miss Ruby Kaufman, who was born in Newark, posthumous, to a terrified little parent with a black ribbon at the throat of her gown, had brought with her from no telling where the sultry eyes and tropical-turned skin of spice-kissed winds.
When he retained, he had a coil of rope over his shoulder, when the two took a station at a safe distance from my prison, and began to measure off fathoms, to cut, knot and splice.
It is, doubtless, very exciting to drive at the rate of twenty miles an hour, and though the horses' hoofs throw more gravel down your throat in five minutes than would suffice a poultry-yard for a week, one does not think of it at the time.
Hungarians (Magyars) cross the Carpathians and occupy the plains of the Theiss.
Thrice welcome, warm heart and fine brain, You bring back the happiest spirit from Spain, And the gravest sweet humor, that ever were there Since Cervantes met death in his gentle despair.
Imagine the assurance of the twenty-two-year-old Ponsonby girl, who came dashing up all of a fume last Saturday morning, when I was comfortably seated on the old tea tray, transplanting a flat of my best ostrich plume asters, and begging me, her mother being away, to chaperon her to a ball game, in a town not far off up the railroad, with harmless, pink-eyed Teddy Tice, one of her brother's college mates.
In a trice Roy had flung off his Turkish overcoat and British tunic.
twice, S2, C2, C3, PP.--Formed with suffix -es on AS.
The Secretary of State having received information that the merchants and merchandise of the United States are subject in Copenhagen and other ports of Denmark to considerable extra duties, from which they might probably be relieved by the presence of a consul there-- Reports to the President of the United States that it would be expedient to name a consul to be resident in the port of Copenhagen; that he has not been able to find that there is any citizen of the United States residing there; that there is a certain Hans Rudolph Saaby, a Danish subject and merchant of that place, of good character, of wealth and distinction, and well qualified and disposed to act there for the United States, who would probably accept the commission of consul; but that that of vice-consul, hitherto given by the President to foreigners in ports where there was no proper American citizen, would probably not be accepted because in this, as in some other ports of Europe, usage has established it as a subordinate grade.
Through his parki the Boy felt a hand close vise-like on his shoulder, and a voice, not like MacCann's: "Goin' straight down to the fish-trap hole!"
Carpue had demonstrated to him the general anatomy of the human body, in his younger days; and for a number of years, the ingenious Weiss submitted to his inspection all the new surgical instruments, in one of which the king suggested some valuable improvements.
The following hold similar views, influenced, like Weisse and K. Ph.
She jes' tuk one look at him and then she said in a wice, not like she own wice, but like Mahs' John's wice, wot had done gone forebber: 'You Jim, come out o' dat cohn and help carry him in!'
Zeiss consequently was forced to take the matter up himself, succeeded at last in getting such glass made in Germany, and "collared" the trade.