If you're a computer cop, a hacker, or an electronic civil liberties activist, you are the target audience for this book.
SEE Copp, Lillian Grace.
top, upper part of a tree, crop of corn, Voc.,
When we come to the problem of fire, we always use parts of Miss Dopp's story of The Tree-Dwellers.
Though he had always been fond of Mr. Moggridge, it had not before occurred to Theophil to make of him a companion; but about this time, as Mr. Moggridge would drop in of an evening to discuss church matters, the young minister would be surprised to note how lonely he felt when he had gone.
A hum from the argumentative villagers, a lazy flop in the tank as a raho rose to the surface, an occasional outburst from the ducks, an angry clamour from the water-hens and blue-fowl.
She jumps from one sea to another, like a frog in a hurry to hop into a puddle!"
by E. O. Hoppe. (
JOPP, Provost, ii.
Previous to Erdmann (1840) the following had deserved credit for their editions of Leibnitz: Feller, Kortholt, Gruber, Raspe, Dutens, Feder, Guhrauer (the German works), and since Erdmann, Pertz, Foucher de Careil, Onno Klopp, and especially J.C. Gerhardt.
25:32 And six branches shall come out of the sides of it; three branches of the candlestick out of the one side, and three branches of the candlestick out of the other side: 25:33 Three bowls made like unto almonds, with a knop and a flower in one branch; and three bowls made like almonds in the other branch, with a knop and a flower: so in the six branches that come out of the candlestick.
Neither are we to conceal the fact, that it is doubted, if not denied, that there ever was any Gessler in Uri to perform all the wicked things ascribed to him, and to get that arrow through him in such dramatic and effective manner in the Hollow Way; for has not Kopp published, with edifying explanation, "Documents for the History of the Confederation," (Lucerne, 1835,) in which, in the list of Bailiffs (Landvoigte) at Kuessnacht, we do not find the name of Gessler?
Lopp is remarkable for a salt-water lake in its vicinity."
Mrs. Arthur commenced to mop the floor.
Spanning the Pacific; or, A nonstop hop to Japan.
"Ja; two bane comin' dis vay; ant Nummer Samteen ve pass opp by."
Besides, if you can spot a house that contains, say, half a dozen to a dozen people, and just plop a "Johnson" right amidships, it generally means "exit house and people," which, I suppose, is a desirable object to be attained, according to twentieth century manners.
Thirteen shillin's vor two or dree sausingers, a few slices o' bread an' butter, an' a bottle o' pop--not vor Roger, if he knows it" Up kums a chap an' ses, "Be you gwain to pay vor wat you hev hed?"
POPP, HENRY W. Botany.
"To the molo in five minutes," cried Lady Nora to the poppe, "and you shall be rich."
But if it has already proved, and if it daily goes on to prove, itself incompetent in time of peace to carry on measures of domestic improvement, and more specially incompetent either to prepare for or prosecute a great war, has John done right, has he done what the welfare of the country requires, in lending himself so long as its indispensable prop?
What, haveinge fyrst beene cheated of thy wealthe, Darest thou againe be cheated of thy witt,-- And thynke so poor a lord as is my father, The most dyspysd forsaken Ganelon, Can propp thy mynde, fortune's shame upon thee!
Stoicism was commended by Justus Lipsius (died 1606) and Caspar Schoppe (Scioppius, born 1562); Epicureanism was revived by Gassendi (1647), and rhetorizing logicians went back to Cicero and Quintilian.
The bazaar is covered with a trellised roof, overgrown with grape-vines, which hang enormous bunches of young grapes over the shop-boards.
London, Printed for Thomas Walkley, and are to be solde at his shoppe, at the signe of the Eagle and Childe, in Brittaines Bursse.
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What slop are they offering to put in our troughs for this noon's feed?"
13:30 He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night.
When I begin to speak about Peter I can't stop, and forget how tiresome it must be for people to listen.
I can easily imagine a company of grayling wishing to overhear a conversation between I. W. and his affectionate (but somewhat prodigal) son and servant, Charles Cotton; and surely every intelligent salmon in Scotland might have been glad to hear Christopher North and the Ettrick Shepherd bandy jests and swap stories.
CANTO XVII NOW upward rose the flame, and still'd its light To speak no more, and now pass'd on with leave From the mild poet gain'd, when following came Another, from whose top a sound confus'd, Forth issuing, drew our eyes that way to look.
Thornhill, Sir James Three Legged Cross Thynne, Sir John Tidworth Tilly Whim Tilshead Tintinhull Tisbury Titchborne Titchfield Toller Fratrum Toller Porcorum Topp, John Tottenham House Totton Towel, E. and W. Trafalgar Trenchard, Sir Thos.
I met a wop in Chicago, one of these real romantic kind that only grow there.
After Henry Walker came to Hazen, Colonel Yopp had him feed his dogs and attend him on big fox hunting trips.