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|And wonders if this cruel war will pay. Then come rain and fill Each sluggish |
creek and rill, Thy steady patter, patter just now suits; Oh, come, and we'll thank
thee To keep back the Yankee, Until our ranks are filled up with recruits." 40 Next
|Arendt, Hannah Cruel is the strife of brothers. - Aristotle Rarely do members of |
the same family grow up under the same roof. - Bach, Richard He that hath wife
and children hath given hostages to fortune; for they are impediments to great ...
|... Through sternest strife she clasped her treasured theme, Through Marcion's28 |
hate, and Manes'29 gorgeous dream ; E'en ... the latter as "though not unjust by
nature, infected hy matter, subject to all the passions of man, cruel, changeable.
|The cruel murder of two of his brothers, to which he was instigated by his wife |
Gunilda, alienated from him the affections of his people, who branded him with
the surname of Blodsexe (bloody- axe). News of the discontents which prevailed
|In a heart-wrenching, candid autobiography, a human rights activist offers a firsthand account of war from the perspective of a former child soldier, detailing the violent civil war that wracked his native Sierra Leone and the government ...|
|Emil Beaumont had not written to his brother, Father Beaumont, till the money |
that had been invested from the young ... was insufficient to support his victim in
the manner befitting her rank, and that he had not the cruelty to deny her, since ...
|Cruel Strife, mentioned at the beginning of the Works and Days, is then |
abandoned, being germane neither to the ... The narrative frame of the Works
and Days describes a dispute between Hesiod and his brother Perses about an
|Deeply as Bernard felt for his father in his cruel disappointment, his pity was not |
unmixed with strong disapprobation. ... He, who, unlike his brother, was the least
extravagant of men could find no justification for his father not having retrenched
|And worse even than this, amidst the agony of this cruel death, whilst her body |
was struggling against it, she set her foot ... the gentleman askedó "What cause,
brother, has turned our deep and unbroken friendship to such cruel strife as this?
|I happened to fall in with your brother earlier today.' There was a ... 'You are trying |
to play games with me, Brother Eadulf,' he said quietly. 'And what lies ... I seem to
recall that Aristotle wrote that the strife between brothers is bitter and cruel.