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|LES ANGLAIS LES JOURS Les anglais s'amusent tristement— The English have |
a heavy-hearted way of amusing themselves. Sully. Les beaux esprits se
rencontrent — Great wits draw together. Fr. Pr. Les belles actions cachées sont
|Rousseau, Jean Jacques Put an Irishman on the spit and you can always get |
another Irishman to turn him. - Shaw, George Bernard The English have a heavy
hearted way of amusing themselves. - Sully The Britons are quite separated from
|THE OLD ENGLISH VILLAGE PASTOR. ... One day in March, when there was |
hope of a little warmth, and when the night had given way to the long day of ...
had been provided and loaded with the needful stores, and away they went with
hearty cheers, but heavy hearts. ... An ice-covered slope, near a cache, was
covered with their hair; they had been amusing themselves by sliding up and
down on their haunches. ... True, sir, and I shouldn't wonder i if I lost everything I
have about me.
|He and our countryman, Daniel Webster, appear, by the way, to have taken quite |
a liking to each other. ... directed with more rapidity than towards Thomas
Campbell, one of the few namos in modern English poetry destined to endure. ...
One dav, after a fruitless trial of his forest skill, the little boy was returning
homeward with a heavy heart, when he saw a small red .... The Fisher and his
friend beheld very long lodges, and the celestial inhabitants amusing themselves
at a distance.
|32 opulence, have attained considerable importance at home, frequently return |
with heavy hearts, well knowing that, ... those attached to the Company's scrvicc,
and to give themselves many airs and graces, not a little amusing to pcoplc who
are ... Nothing can exceed the sublimity, and the horror of the spectacle, afforded
by a ship pursuing its lonely way over the ... that of Munich exceeds 300,000; of
Vienna, contains 300,000; of Dresden, 250,000; of the British Museum in London,
|With regard to the treatment of prisoners, we get a very illuminating statement |
from Major Vandeleur, of the ... while the food and the accommodation supplied
to the British officers is such that no complaint has to be made regarding it, they ...
Only in Belgium is German bloodthirstiness held up to condemnation, in that
country whose neutrality we, with heavy hearts, ... It has, by the way, transpired
that it was only by a majority of ten votes that the German general staff decided to
|Adventures during a Journey Overland to India, by Way of Egypt, Syria, and the |
Holy Land. ... Major Skinner is one of the most cheerful, light- hearted, and
adventurous travellers that ever journeyed through strange lands. ... He is, in
short, a delightful writer, as well as an amusing and instructive informant. ...
unintentionally — but his self-portraiture exhibits a disposition and principles that
are of themselves excellent, and that have for their support the best and most
|Use each word ONCE only. lighten mime boost attitude opportunity accomplish |
giggled amusing optimistic rolling A group of ... The doctor who ran the home
thought that it would be an excellent way to (1 ) the children's morale. ... However,
when the magician gave them the (2) to try the tricks for themselves, the children
began to feel that they could (3) something. The magician also helped to (4) their
heavy hearts by telling them jokes and riddles. ln the beginning, the children only
|During all this time, the condition of the poor priest was pitiable and amusing: he |
had never been so sharply questioned ... that the symptoms of my malady had
developed themselves before I had advanced another day's journey in the desert
. Still, it was with a heavy heart that I mounted my dromedary to return. ... This
manufactory is pointed out as one * Since this was in type, Mr. Gliddon, our
consul at Cairo, has arrived in this country, who informs me that on their way to
|The wife 0' Dill would have her will, /' And plumpt her deawn i'th' middle ; Whilst |
Bet-at-Joes, nipt up her toes, And fot owd ... the glory of the English people, that
they had their own poets, born of themselves, who sang to them by the bitter
waters. ... be fast put up th' notice to stop; Childer langh'd, feythers soikt, mothers
wept, -An' ther sich heavy hearts thro' 0' th' shop. ... Making his way, by rail and
road, by boat and on horseback, from Paris to Montenegro, Captain Spencer had
the (4) ...