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|11 He found no difficulty in obtaining a commission to conquer and colonize the |
realms he had discovered. He soon saw ... The unfortunate navigator did not
even enjoy the undivided honor of giving his name to the waters he had
|Honour has come back, as a king, to earth, And paid his subjects with a royal |
wage; And Nobleness walks in our ways again; And we have come into our
heritage. ... To make such choices is to live a life of difficulty; even, sometimes, of
Frederick C. Schneid - 2005 - 192 pages
|Difficulty arises, however, in the application of the concepts of honor and virtue. |
Montesquieu defined honor as associated with monarchy, and virtue with
democracy; however, Voltaire rejected those definitions. 2C* Lacking his own
|... but the honor nonethe less belongs to Eastman, who independently workedout |
his process andgave photographyto the ... Edison withhiskeen mind approached
the difficulty and after a prolonged series of experiments arrivedatthe decision ...
|In what precise way the Haies succeeded to Eudo cum capello is one of the |
principal difficulties. As to the remains of their castle, see M. de Gerville, ... et ad
servit. suum 6 mil. et dim. in Constant." The honor of Haye is afterwards
mentioned as ...
|Conversion and Conquest in Ottoman Europe Marc David Baer ... This religious |
movement blamed the empire's military defeat abroad and economic difficulties
at home on the affiliation and patronage of members of the Ottoman religious and
|It must be owned there is a great difficulty in this. ... AU places of trust and honor |
must be filled by Europeans. ... of the Government, and no Court to make up by
honors an empty favor for the absence of the other more solid objects of ambition.
|Containing the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus by Washington Irving, |
a Separate Account of the Conquest ... It was not, however, without difficulty that
the Mexican empire could be entirely reduced into the form of a Spanish colony ...
But, fatally for the honor of their country, the Spaniards sullied the glory
redounding from these repeated victories by their mode of treating the
vanquished people ...
|We have gained the place with difficulty and bloodshed ; it would be a stain upon |
our honor to abandon it through fear of imaginary dangers." The Adelantado and
Don Diego de Merlo joined in his opinion ; but without their earnest and united ...
|Chris Allen, a freshman, volunteers that his teammates are becoming frustrated |
with the difficulty of the routine. ... The year that Wolff entered the academy, one
hundred freshmen had tried out for honor guard at the start of the school year.