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Desiderius Erasmus - 1982 - 493 pages
|Multae regum aures atque oculi Many are the eyes and ears of kings 'dra Kai 64>|
daXfioi fiaaiXewv ttoWoi, Many are the ... The allegory is derived from the fact that
kings have spies everywhere, and 10 they are called the king's eyes, with a ...
|Once Upon a Time, There Was Terror... The Eyes of the Dragon A tale of archetypal heroes and sweeping adventures, of dragons and princes and evil wizards, here is epic fantasy as only Stephen King could envision it.|
Timothy Murray, Alan K. Smith - 1998 - 270 pages
|"Kings have many ears and many eyes," Erasmus tells us; "they have eyes that |
espy out more things than men could think."61 Such a dispensation is
characterized neither by the law as pure and arbitrary form, nor by any
preoccupation with ...
|We have said that the king is as a pilot; but he is not even that as regards the |
commonwealth, for while a ship can not go on without a pilot, people ... that kings
have many eyes and ears, that they have long heads, and exceptionally swift feet
|... many reflective, insightful songs about that. I do know for a fact, though, that he |
is the “king of Grecia” noted in Daniel 8:21. ... Many years have gone by and the
time now is very near to the return of our Lord. Much prophecy has been fulfilled ...
|The adventures of Desperaux Tilling, a small mouse of unusual talents, the princess that he loves, the servant girl who longs to be a princess, and a devious rat determined to bring them all to ruin.|
|Many of our nuatoma—this thing, it is the same as your lighteyes, only their eyes |
are not light—” “How can you be a ... It is believed that the nuatoma who first
obtains a Shardblade would become king, a thing we have not had for many
|became known as the Fisher King, because when he commanded his knights to |
take him fishing, it was the only time that he would come out of his chambers. ...
As he had done many years before, Perceval looked into the King's eyes.
|our ears, and its light been exhibited before our eyes; “for many prophets and |
kings have in vain desired to see and hear these things,” which we so richly
enjoy. We have all, more or less, been made the subjects of restraining grace:
and O, ...
|He was seen increasingly at court, and came to be relied upon by the king for |
secretarial duties of various kinds. ... His father clearly felt that his own
appointment signified his reinstatement in the eyes of the king. Bristol wrote: “It
has pleased the King, after many years, totally to remove from me the markes of
his former ...