|Publilius Syrus At last God caught his eye. Harry Secombe (Epitaph for a waiter) |
Death - the last voyage, the longest, the best. Thomas Wolfe Death is a delightful
hiding-place for weary men. Herodotus Death is just a distant rumour to the ...
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|Emigravit. 9 In lapidary inscriptions a man is not upon oath. SAMUEL JOHNSON |
(1 709-84), English author, lexicographer. Quoted in: James Boswell, Life of
Samuel tohnson. 1775 (1791). 10 At last God caught his eye. HARRY SECOMBE
- 208 pages
|The first tester who peered over the side of his crib perhaps was Dr. Arnold |
Gesell of Yale, with his Developmental Schedules: "The 28-week-old infant sits
with support, his trunk erect and ... Epitaph on a waiter: By and by God caught his
|The picture caught his eye. It was good to see a face like that. ... the last time. For |
the same reason, it was, I suppose, that he strained his eyes to catch a glimpse of
each passer−by, wondering who they were, what kind of homes they were ...
|The picture caught his eye. It was good to see a face like that. ... had been over |
for an hour; the rumbling of the carts over the pavement grew more infrequent: he
listened to each, as it passed, because he thought it was to be for the last time.
|He turned round just in time to see the bird totter in a swoon; Larry sprung to his |
side and caught him in his arms. ... What a sight he must have looked, sitting up
with flushed cheeks and tousled hair next to that grotesque figure! Something on
the ground then caught his eye. God, not again! In a flash, Larry got ... This last
article of clothing he tore into strips and wound them firmly round the bird's
|May the God of light protect thee, Favoring gales thy canvass swell ; May his |
grace and power direct thco, And His Spirit with thee dwell. ... Christ had his
friends — his eye could trace, in the long train of coming years, The chosen
children of his grace, The full .... He woke, — and caught his Captain's eye ; Then,
strong in faith and prayer, His spirit, with a bound. ... The pains of death are
passed ; Labor and sorrow cease ; And, lire's long warfare closed at last, His soul
is found in peace.
|Whoever it was, it was possible to follow his or her progress through the room |
from the reaction of the surrounding people. At last she saw him briefly. And
really, it must have been ... ladies wanted to catch his eye. A god had just walked
|Anyway, this fear of the grass reaches into him and squeez— es his face about |
off so all you really see is the eyes. Those blue eyes. The whispering ones in the
grass figure they have at last caught themselves a god, they have captured one ...
|Looking into his son's eyes, he saw questions, so many questions. And yet he |
knew this ... While the old governor watched and waited for God to show His favor
, it began in much the same manner as before. ... Then the stone caught fire,
filling his father's study with light. With tears ... God has chosen His Deliverer at
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