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Carl C. Gaither, Alma E. Cavazos-Gaither - 2012 - 2770 pages
|Beston, Henry American writer 1888–1968 Listen to the surf, really lend it to your |
ears, and you will hear in it a world of sounds: ... Austrian writer Those who live
by the sea can hardly form a single thought of which the sea would not be part.
|On the horizon, I barely make out Jericho to my right and the Dead Sea to my left. |
... The salty sea is thought to have healing properties; people come from around
the world to bathe in its waters, to soak up the sun, and breathe the air. Formed ...
|I have no knowledge of those honour policies. I do not know what goes on at |
Lloyd's. I would prefer that you should ask some gentleman from Lloyd's to
answer that question. 14.185. You used to know at one time what went on at
Lloyd's ; did ...
|So that from this, and some other circumstances,, we may learn, that the |
Philistines purpose was, not to put Samson to death, (even as they had promised
Dali- lah they would not), but to punish him in a manner (viz. with blindness, hard
labour, and ... living upon the sea coast, and by their navigation and commerce,
gaining great advantages from that element, can hardly be ... Nor can it be
thought incongruous to suppose farther, that the universal god of the sea might,
in one place be ...
|I bought a mass for its soul, living or dead. ... Sometimes I wonder if to be |
immortal is to be free not from time but from cold. ... graves while the ground
freezes, and others wander over the icefields where no living man would survive
one night. Sometimes at sea I've looked out on endless water and the cold sky,
and I've thought that were I not earthbound, ... But cold, Agnar, and so large you
could wander up and down forever, and never see the tracks of another soul, not
even those you ...
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - 1985 - 507 pages
|has been such as to undermine those premises from which the idea of a |
philosophical literature could be rejected out of hand. ... Of course, one could use
the phrase "philosophical literature" in a loose sense of literature that deals with
general ideas about the ... Challenges to assumptions like those of Husserl about
experience, language, and thought have important ... Kaelin can hardly be
faulted for not having taken up this large complex of issues, but its existence does
|Ruth. and upbraided him with his want of love, since he with held a thing from her |
which From Judges she was so ... had insulted Samson as long as they thought
fit, he desired the boy that led him, to guide him to one of those pillars, that he ...
that the Philistines purpose was, not to put Samson to death, (even as they had
promised Dalilah they would not) but to ... upon the sea-coast, and by their
navigation and commerce gaining great advantages from that element, can
hardly be ...
|It's only when we see some one near us tottering that we realise all that an |
independent income means. ... to think that the very soul of the world is economic
, and that the lowest abyss is not the absence of love, but the absence of coin. ...
to criticise others, that we are standing on these islands, and that most of the
others are down below the surface of the sea. The poor cannot always reach
those whom they want to love, and they can hardly ever escape from those whom
they love ...
|They were hardly the right songs for a celebration of Eala's success, or even for |
the Celebration of Autumn, but it was too late by then. ... Geana thought about
how she felt about Caora, and wondered how Caora felt about the Mentor. ... That
is why the Sea People do not marry: we are already married, to the City. ... “That
is what he will do to Eala tonight? ... She knew that something thatwas marriage
in one place could be rape in another, and that a large part of the difference was
|West Indies; and yet these 2 places are not less than 1200 Leagues asunder. |
Was such things found floating upon the Water in the South Seas one would
hardly be perswaided that one was even out of sight of Land, ... will evidently
make it appear that there is left but a small space to the Northward of 40 degrees
where the grand object can lay. ... then he might turn his thoughts towards the
discovery of those Multitude of Islands which, we are told, lay within the Tropical
regions to the ...