$100 reward will be given for my two fellows, Abram and Frank.
Law continues:-- "The next morning, as the English army started in pursuit of the Emperor Shah Alam, Major Carnac, from whom, I must mention in passing, I received all possible marks of attention and politeness, sent me to Patna, where in the English Chief, Mr. McGwire, I found an old friend, who treated me as I should certainly have treated him in like circumstances.
I am glad your skin is so nice and clear; all my children had beautiful complexions.
The Pamir, or Bam-i-Douniah, is commonly called the "Roof of the World."
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CHAPTER II POVERTY IN LONDON (1780-1781) Crabbe had no acquaintances of his own in London, and the only introduction he carried with him was to an old friend of Miss Elmy's, a Mrs. Burcham, married to a linen-draper in Cornhill.
One carol on the birth of the Christ-child contains stanzas like these, which show artistic workmanship, imaginative power, and, above all, rare lyrical beauty:-- "He cam also stylle to his moderes bowr, As dew in Aprille that Fallyt on the flour."
Camm and Audland were departed the town before this time.
Every man sees him, as Cham saw his father the first of this sin, an uncovered man, and though his garment be on, uncovered; the secretest parts of his soul lying in the nakedest manner visible: all his passions come out now, all his vanities, and those shamefuller humours which discretion clothes.
* * * * * MENU IX Chicken and Clam Bouillon with Pimiento Cream Chicken Terrapin Waffles Spiced Figs or Star Chicken Salad Quick Parker House Rolls Little Chocolate Cakes Pineapple Smash PRELIMINARY PREPARATIONS Chicken and clam bouillon made ready to reheat Pimientos ready to be added to cream Ingredients prepared for chicken terrapin or Salad made Spiced figs prepared at any time Dry ingredients mixed for waffles or Rolls baked or ready to bake Pineapple mixture cooked Cakes made MARKET ORDER 4 pound fowl 2 quarts clams in shell 1 quart milk 1/2 pint sour cream 1/4 cup cream 1/2 pound butter 9 eggs 1 onion 1 green pepper 4 lemons 1 carrot 1 bunch mint 1/2 pound pulled figs 1/4 pound mushrooms 2 roots celery 1 head lettuce Chicken stock 1 can pimientos 4 ripe olives 1/4 bottle commercial pectin 1 pound Brazil nuts 1 can grated pineapple 1 1/2 pints ginger ale 1 pint mayonnaise dressing 8 maraschino cherries 1/8 pound chocolate 1 yeast cake Color pastes Parsley 2 tablespoons salad oil 1/2 package gelatin 1/2 pound confectioners' sugar CHICKEN AND CLAM BOUILLON WITH PIMIENTO CREAM Wash and scrub 2 quarts soft-shell clams in shell, put in kettle with 2 cup cold water, cover and cook till shells open.
We cram the years so full of projects that if we were to try and carry them all out, death would come prematurely though we reached the age of Methuselah.
But each day public opinion condemns more and more the attitude of society in former times, and discards the idea that one must accept evil, dam it in, and hide it as if it were some necessary sewer; for the only course for a free community to pursue is to foresee evil and grapple with it, and destroy it in the bud.
She bears her age well, or she is not sped Far into th'vale of yeares: she has an eye Piercing as is an Eglets when her damme, Training her out into the serene air, Teaches her face the Sunbeames.
As "damn silly" Kerry's open scrutiny of the members and visitors must have appeared to others, but it was a deliberate policy very popular with the Chief Inspector, and termed by him "beating."
I also found some rum in the great cabin, of which I took a large dram, and which I had, indeed, need enough of to spirit me for what was before me.
He'd sometimes cram for an exam.,
The floor was all paint-spots and dirt, Each window was hung with a curtain, striped gay as a calico shirt; The walls was jest like a museum, all statoos and flim-flam and gush And picters--good land!
Flamm Avenue, which is treeless and built up for its entire length with two-story, flat-roofed buildings, stares, window for window, stoop for stoop, at its opposite side, and, in summer, the strip of asphalt street, unshaded and lying naked to the sun, gives off such an effluvium of heat and hot tar that the windows are closed to it and night descends like a gas-mask to the face.
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At dinner she said to Amber, "My goddamn arm was out of control."
Footnote 11: A barbarous distich gives the relations of these two famous divisions of knowledge in the Middle Ages:-- "Gramm loquitur, Dia verba docet, Rhet verba colorat, Mus canit, Ar numerat, Geo ponderat, Ast colit astra."
So th' Cunnel lay raght down on th' thu'faih an' Ah set mahse'f down beside him twell he wake up in th' mawnin', not knowin' what hahm maght come to him.
Go they did; while the charitable neighbors whom Ham had stirred up concerning the wreck, attended to the completion of the cargo of "The Swallow."
In 1787 he became a sort of provincial governor, being director of the war and Domaine Chambers at Cleves and Hamm.
"Jam redit et virgo, redeunt Saturnia regna.
When he tried to open it, he found some one had bored holes through the shutter and the jamb and had wired it shut.
In honor of Assur mighty Lord and Merodach the great going before me, 51 on the first of May I prepared for the third time an expedition against Zamua: my fighting men before the many chariots I did not consider: from Kalzi I withdrew; the lower Zab 52 I passed; to the vicinity of Babite I proceeded; the river Radanu at the foot of the mountains of Zima, my birthplace, I approached; oxen, 53 sheep, goats, as the tribute of Dagara I received: near Zimaki I added my strong chariots and battering rams as chief of warlike implements to my magazines; by night 54 and daybreak I went down; the Turnat in rafts I crossed; to Amali the strong city of Arastu I approached; 55 with vigorous assault the city I besieged and took; 800 of their fighting men I destroyed by my weapons; I filled the streets of their city with their corpses; 56 their many houses I burned; many soldiers I took alive; their spoil in abundance I carried off; the city I overthrew razed and burnt with fire; the city Khudun 57 and 20 cities in its environs I took; their soldiers I slew; their booty in cattle and sheep I carried off; their cities I overthrew razed and burned; their boys 58 their maidens I dishonored; the city of Kisirtu a fortified city of Zabini with 10 neighboring cities I took; their soldiers I slew; their spoil 59 I carried off; the cities of Barai and Kirtiara, Bunisai together with the province of Khasmar I overthrew razed and burned with fire; 60 I reduced the boundaries to a heap, and then from the cities of Arastua I withdrew: to the neighborhood of the territory of Laara and Bidirgi, rugged land, which for the passage 61 of chariots and an army was not adapted, I passed; to the royal city Zamri of Amika of Zamua I drew near; Amika from before the mighty prowess of my formidable attack 62 fled in fear and took refuge on a hill difficult of access: I brought forth the treasures of his palace and his chariot; from Zamri I withdrew and passed the river Lallu and to the mountains of Etini, 63 difficult ground, unfit for the passage of chariots and armies, whither none of the Princes my sires had ever penetrated; I marched in pursuit of his army on the mountains of Etini: 64 the hill I ascended: his treasure, his riches, vessels of copper, abundance of copper, kam of copper, bowls of copper, pitchers of copper, the treasures of his palace and of his storehouses, 65 from within the mountains I took away to my camp and made a halt: by the aid of Assur and the Sun-god, the gods in whom I trust, from that camp I withdrew and proceeded on my march; 66 the river Edir I passed on the confines of Soua and Elaniu, powerful lands; their soldiers I slew in numbers; their treasure, their riches, am of copper, 67 kam of copper, sapli and namziete of copper, vessels of copper in abundance, pasur wood, gold and ahzi, their oxen, sheep, riches, 68 his abundant spoil, from below the mountains of Elani, his horses, I exacted from him: Amika for the saving of his life to the land of Sabue went up; 69 the cities Zamru, Arazitku, Amaru, Parsindu, Eritu, Zuritu his fortified city, with 150 cities 70 of his territory I overthrew, razed, burned; the boundary I reduced to a heap.
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then said the Foxe, "not soe: Unto the King so rash ye may not goe; He is with greater matter busied 1215 Than a lambe, or the lambes owne mothers hed.
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The resemblance to the well-known scene in the German child's book was perfect, and as the children shouted,-- "Ein kohlpechrabenschwarzer Mohr, Die Sonne schien ihm ins gehirn, Da nahm er seinen Sonnenschirm"-- more than one grown person joined therein.
"Nam quis lumina tanta, tanta Posset luminibus suis tueri, Non statim trepidansque, palpitansque, Prae desiderii aestuantis aura?" &
2:10 And Ram begat Amminadab; and Amminadab begat Nahshon, prince of the children of Judah; 2:11 And Nahshon begat Salma, and Salma begat Boaz, 2:12 And Boaz begat Obed, and Obed begat Jesse, 2:13 And Jesse begat his firstborn Eliab, and Abinadab the second, and Shimma the third, 2:14 Nethaneel the fourth, Raddai the fifth, 2:15 Ozem the sixth, David the seventh: 2:16 Whose sisters were Zeruiah, and Abigail.
"'You won' fin' much ter do,' Mars Sam went on, 'fer Julia is a good housekeeper, an' kin ten' ter mos' eve'ything, under yo' d'rections.'
We may reverse, transpose, diminish, or add to it, and so skilfully that no scam or mutilation shall be detected; and yet we shall not make it appear original,--in other words, true, the offspring of one mind.
and the studies by L.M.J. Schram, The Monguors of the Kansu-Tibetan Frontier, Philadelphia 1954 and 1957.
In a minute they were scram-bling up the sides of the big ship.
But of all the damned things that ever were damned, your damned shirking, temperate, sham-efficient, self-satisfied, respectable, make-believe, Fabian-spirited Young Liberal is the utterly damnedest."
Late in July Siam entered the war against the central powers, and on August 14 China formally declared war against Germany and Austria.
He took command; he cross-examined landlord and postboys, pooh-poohed their objections, extracted from them in half-a-dozen curt questions more information than, five minutes before, they were conscious of possessing, to judge from the scratching of heads which produced it; finally, he handed Dorothea into the chaise, sprang in himself, and closed discussion with a slam of the door.
I have seen at the same masquerade, in the Teatro Aliberti, in boxes close to each other, the Queen of Spam (mother of Ferdinand VII), and the Princess Borghese, Napoleon's sister.
Of the ends of a ship, "stern" is from the Saxon stearn, steering-place; "stem," from the German stamm.
The roar of traffic, seventeen stories below, came up through the open windows like the sound of high seas, and from where she sat, staring out between the pink-brocade curtains, it was as if the close July sky dipped down to meet that sea, and space swam around them.