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During his visit the same questions were discussed as with Admiral Mayo, and important action was taken in the direction of closer naval co-operation between the Allies by the formation of an Allied Naval Council consisting of the Ministers of Marine and the Chiefs of the Naval Staff of the Allied Nations and of the United States.
North of this mosaic floor, and of the main building which joins it, and running alongside of both, there is a watercourse or channel cut in the solid rock, which has been leveled to accommodate the buildings above.
The uses to which glass was applied were in the manufacture of bottles, beads, mosaic work, and drinking-cups, and their different colors show considerable knowledge of chemistry.
ALEXANDER aside, taking his hat.
There comes a bright-eyed young lady, probably his daughter-in-law, hung all over with bangles, in a white muslin petticoat, crimson cotton-velvet jacket, and green gauze veil, with her naked brown baby astride on her hip: a clever, smiling, delicate little woman, who is quite aware of the brightness of her own eyes.
"You may be mistaken," replied Nizza, expressing a hopefulness, which her looks belied; "it may be the Earl of Craven."
So he moved over kind of glum and I sat down in my chair at the end, right beside the Silver Fox emblem that stands in a rack on the floor.
Then spake Glaumvor, and said-- "O Vingi, most like that great ill hap will come of thy coming, and mighty and evil things shall betide in thy travelling."
Therefore, having designedly fashioned himself to the semblance of foolishness, and allowing himself and his whole estate to become the prey of the king, he did not refuse to take even the surname of Brutus, that, under the cloak of this surname, the genius that was to be the future liberator of the Roman people, lying concealed, might bide its opportunity.
As a further illustration we may quote the old Polish custom, which consisted of visitors throwing wheat, rye, oats, barley, rice, and beans at the door of the bride's house, as a symbol that she never would want any of these grains so long as she did her duty.
How fondly do I listen to thy words, And fain would chide, and fain wou'd boast my Virtue, But mightier Love laughs at those poor delays; And I should doubtless give you all your Julia, Did not my fear prevent my kinder business; --And should Francisco come and find me absent, Or take thee with me, we were lost, my Carlos.
Having determined to renew his efforts to obtain possession of Scotland, notwithstanding the smallness of the means which he had for accomplishing so great a purpose, the Bruce removed himself and his followers from Rachrin to the island of Arran, which lies in the mouth of the Clyde.
Furthermore, a big reputation in the digital underground did not coincide with one's willingness to commit "crimes."
When worlds collide.
Rather unwillingly they complied, each man walking up to the table and placing his revolver at Dan'l's feet.
And I wanted to confide in some one--a woman, like her.
Like Fleetwood, he cried in the bitterness of his soul that God had hid his face from him.
Ayant appris de l'Ambassadeur d'Angleterre a St. Petersbourg que Vous etiez dispose a accepter cette combinaison, Grey a decide de la transformer en une proposition officielle qu'il a faite hier soir a Berlin, a Paris et a Rome.
"Sho, thar hain't no danger of me ketchin' cold," decried Abe.
But when the oppression became too severe, the people of Germany rose against the power of Rome;--not the princes,--though they too were oppressed: but the son of the miner of Eisenach, the poor friar, Martin Luther, defied the Pope on his throne, and at his bidding the people of Germany proved, that it is strong enough to shake off oppression; that it is worthy, and that it knows how, to be free.
It then was denied, with a spirit worthy of the cause in which it was exerted, that the civil list was publick money.
"The Sensualist and the Sceptic may, indeed, deride the conduct of a man, who sacrificed all the common pleasures of life, and sought for no recompence but in the favour of Heaven.
As soon as the little girl was old enough to understand, her mother told her lovingly of that kind Father in heaven who makes the flowers bloom and the trees bud and the cherries and apples grow ruddy and ripe; she told her also of the blessed Son of God, once an infant like herself, who died for all the world.
The spring comes in the woods with swelling of buds and a lengthening of drooping catkins, with honking of wild geese, and cawing of crows coming up from the lower countries to divide with their larger cousins, the ravens, the spoils of winter's killing.
It is like running away from Nature to look at a museum of dried plants or gaze at a landscape in copperplate.
"Thy reason slumbers, if it deem this height And summit thus inverted of the plant, Without due cause: and were not vainer thoughts, As Elsa's numbing waters, to thy soul, And their fond pleasures had not dyed it dark As Pyramus the mulberry, thou hadst seen, In such momentous circumstance alone, God's equal justice morally implied In the forbidden tree.
She also acted as a sort of perpetual peace-maker between brown-eyed Billie and blue-eyed Laura.
Oribasius, Aesius, Avicenna, have all out of Galen, but to their own method, diverso stilo, non diversa fide.
Fletcher flied out and Mathewson forced Meyers out.
Have we already begun to glide down the descent that leads to it?
Wits Interpreter, the English Parnassus: or a sure Guide to those admirable accomplishments that compleat the English Gentry, in the most acceptable qualifications of Discourse or Writing.
If ye make juist ane bird licht on your heid or eat frae your hand, ye are free to help yoursel' to my corn-crib and wheat bin the rest of the winter."
As, in the district of Aarhuus in Jutland, there is an extensive track of land called Alheide, which is in fact a heath, I shall take the liberty to suppose, that the town, in the ninth century, lay higher up towards Al-heide, or All-heath; for the town of Aar-huus is new, and its name signifies in English Oar-house.
Unprofitably borne to man and beast, Which like to Nilus yet doth hide his head, Some few years since thou lett'st o'erflow these walks, And in the horse-race headlong ran at race, While in a cloud thou hidd'st thy burning face.
Walked to the corner of Hyde Park with Lord Rosslyn.
R92148, 20Mar52, Mary Carolyn Davies (A) DAVIS, HARRIET IDE EAGER SEE Eager, Harriet Ide.
What applies to the relation in which the marine and sailor stand toward each other—the mutual repulsion implied by a system of checks—will, in degree, apply to nearly the entire interior of a man-of-war’s discipline.
There is nothing more aggravating than a smile when it is properly done; but there was no signs o' my lord, and, arter practising it on a carman by mistake, I 'ad to go inside for a bit and wait till he 'ad gorn.
Pearls of fortune, by Margaret Alison Johansen and Alice Alison Lide.
The jury sat in a double pew to the left of the judge, looking as uncomfortable as frogs that have fallen into an ash-pit, and in the witness-box lied the would-be omnivorous Dass, under cross-examination.... Holsten had always been accustomed to publish his results so soon as they appeared to him to be sufficiently advanced to furnish a basis for further work, and to that confiding disposition and one happy flash of adaptive invention the alert Dass owed his claim.... But indeed a vast multitude of such sharp people were clutching, patenting, pre-empting, monopolising this or that feature of the new development, seeking to subdue this gigantic winged power to the purposes of their little lusts and avarice.
BOIRE, avaler un liquide.
"Prome reconditum, Lyde strenua, caecubum, Capaciores puer huc affer Scyphos, Et Chia vina aut Lesbia."
* See the section on Echinoderms, by Professor MacBride, in the "Cambridge Natural History," I. The Bryozoa (sea-mats, etc.)
Private papers of James Boswell from Malahide Castle; in the collection of Ralph Heyward Isham.
MCBRIDE (ROBERT M.) AND COMPANY.
The mission of the American Presbyterian Board at Amoy was commenced by the arrival of Rev. T. L. McBryde, in June, 1842.
Far be it from me to think of banishing this instrument of sorrow from the stage; I know a tragedy could not subsist without it: all that I would contend for is to keep it from being misapplied.