A stately farce, indeed, formally to construct a special clause, and with appropriate rites induct it into the Constitution, for the express purpose of restricting a nonentity!to take from the lawmaking power what it never had, and what cannot pertain to it!
One golden-pointed Dart take back; But which, O Cupid, wilt thou take? if Damon's, all my hopes are crost:
O, whither wilt thou fly? Tell me, my Sylla, what dost thou take in hand?
Say, shou'd she ask some Favour, from your throne, What could you bid her take, that's not her own?
Furthermore, the longer the time that the work on which people are now engaged takes to yield its product, the larger must be this store of consumers' goods.
When painters would by art express Beauty in unloveliness, Thee, Herodias' daughter, thee, They fittest subject take to be.
She tried cajolery, fried his take of trout deliciously for him, and he sat down to them sniffing.
If the butter gets too hot take from the fire a minute.
Den when de chickens come up to eat dey kotched 'em by de head an' wring hit off an' take all de chickens wid 'em.
May his days be few, and his bishopric let another take.
Then the father says, "Who looks strong takes;" and the young man says, "I am ready.
Upon joining the firing line, officers and sergeants accompanying a reenforcement take over the duties of others of like grade who have been disabled, or distribute themselves so as best to exercise their normal functions.
Through the trial concerning the dress, Bessie learned several valuable lessons: first, the less notice one takes of unkindness, the better; second, God's grace can keep in time of temptation; third, one should not murmur because of persecution; and, last, and best of all, God usually gives his children some great blessing before a severe trial, and the close relationship between the two makes them almost one in effect.
We see what pains the ambitious take to receive the commands of a king, and what a boast they make of it.
"Absinthe seul he general' take," said Joseph, the steward.
"There through the summer day, Cool streams are laving There while the tempests sway, Scarce are boughs waving; There thy rest shalt thou take, Never again to awake, Never, O never!
still; yet *todo* all; *con * however *toilette* French word for dress, attire *toma* f. taking *tomar* take; *toma* exclam.
If I were A natural philosopher, I would tell you what does make This meteor every colour take: But an unlearned eye may view Nature's rare sights, and love them too.
You are the one person he wouldn't instantly suspect as an emissary, besides being the only one I everever trusted well enough toto take at your word as I have done.
Of ups and downs, of ins and outs, Of the're i'th' wrong, and we're i'th' right, I shun the rancours and the routs, And wishing well to every wight, Whatever turn the matter takes, I deem it all but ducks and drakes.
The result is more disastrous than one unfamiliar with Australian relationships would imagine; for these relationships are so complicated that to unravel them takes, in the words of Howitt (59), "a patience compared with which that of Job is furious irritability.
WILLIE'S PLANS BEAR FRUIT ILLUSTRATIONS BY ARTHUR HUGHES WILLIE'S HORSE-SHOEING FORGE (FRONTISPIECE) MRS WILSON'S STORIES WILLIE WITH THE BABY WILLIE TAKEN TO SEE A WATER-WHEEL WILLIE TOLD HIS FATHER ALL ABOUT IT "THAT'S WILLIE AGAIN" WILLIE MAKES
Who was right down grieved, that was the good knight; never man turned back so melancholic as he was to have missed so fair a take; and the pope, from the good fright he had gotten, shook like a palsy the live-long day."
I could add another take from to the page by way of note.
I went out on the landing wharf to help the men to count the take, then I entered it, wrote out the tokens, and worked as hard as if I were doing it for a weekly wage.