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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

... to the coming of the Lord, I am not careful to controvert that position; so that it be granted to me that this part of the book which is called “th... ...l of sorrow and of intercession, on account of the delirious church, and praying God to grant us a little more space, and to send soundness of mind ... ...ather marvel how the growth of that wonderful creature, which put forth such a glorious bud of being, should come be so cloaked by the flesh, crampe... ...uch a puny, heartless, feeble thing as manhood should be the abortive fruit of the rich bud of childhood, than think that childhood is an imperfect p... ...iritual dispensation which is wont to be interpreted as complete in itself, without any bud or promise of another, is as much preparatory to another... ... by our Lord is but the beautiful unfolding of some great truth which lay folded in the bud, until the light and life should come to perfect the bea... ...This kingly office having received from God at his ascension, he doth even now exert in granting these two things, repentance and remission of sins ... ...xercising kingly sovereignty over the spiritual world, being able, and being willing to grant the blessings of his priesthood to all who believe on h... .... xxvii. “He shall cause them that come of Jacob to take root: Israel shall blossom and bud, and fill the face of the world with fruit.” From Isa. xl...

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The Wings of the Dove

By: Henry James

... is what I at every point, as well as here, absolutely invoke and take for granted; a truth I 18 The Wings of the Dove avail myself of this occasion ... ...ally perfect still; but one had long since for every occasion taken it for granted. Nothing could have better shown than the actual how right one had ... ...re or less, I think. But many of them are things I dare say I may take for granted—things women can do for each other and that 30 The Wings of the Do... ...d at the serenity—it was the poor woman’s only one—of what Marian took for granted: her own state of abasement as the second-born, her life re- duced ... ...ewed aversion. “I like the way you arrange things—I like what you take for granted. If it’s so easy for us to marry men who want us to scatter gold, I... ... the charitable zeal of the two ladies, it might easily have nipped in the bud the germs of a friendship inevitably limited but still perfectly open t...

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The Lesser Bourgeoisie (The Middle Classes)

By: Honoré de Balzac

...the formerly belonged to the Church in memory of God, who makes all things bud and fruit in the fields and in the intellect? A few lumps of clay, left... ...sailing the household boat at the rate of five thousand francs a year. She granted to her sister-in-law fifty francs a month, explaining to her carefu... ...my son!” repeated Phellion. “I wouldn’t have you otherwise. My prayers are granted! I have a son whose honor, probity, and private and civic virtues a... ...tune has made us brother and sister. Ah! dear Flavie, the first day it was granted to me to see you—the last Sun- day in September, 1838—you were very... ...rd and stock, he hoped that the king would deign to reward his services by granting him at last the Legion of honor. T ruth compels us to say, in spit... ..., however, for three thousand five hundred francs. That demand having been granted he remarked:— “It is none too much for a rap over the knuckles; he ...

...easure, I dedicate the book to you. Ought it not to belong to you as the tithe formerly belonged to the Church in memory of God, who makes all things bud and fruit in the fields and in the intellect?...

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The Pioneers Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...t in my woods, forever. Leather-Stocking is the only other man that I have granted the same privilege to; and the time is coming when it will be of va... ... with only one cap; Old Fritz would not stay to finish the bottle; and Mr. Grant has got to put the ‘lastly’ to his sermon, yet. Even all the horses w... ...eventy to pay to five-and-forty . Monsieur Le Quoi, I am your servant. Mr. Grant,” lifting his cap, “I feel indebted to your attention. Gentlemen, I m... ... reciprocation in his mirth. The clergyman, for such was the office of Mr. Grant, mod- estly , though quite affectionately , exchanged his greetings w... ...man’s muscles were unmoved, but his quick sight scanned each movement. Mr. Grant placed his hands on the side of the sleigh, in preparation for a spri...

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The New Machiavelli

By: H. G. Wells

...d had thrown himself into sci- ence teaching and the earning of government grants therefor with great if transitory zeal and success. I do not remembe... ...and Art and for the elementary schools; and payments, known technically as grants, were made in accordance with the examination results attained, to s... ... the beliefs of that time, in- evitably ensure the Supply. An industry of “Grant earning” 18 The New Machiavelli was created, and this would give edu... ...y by- product. In the end this belief was found to need qualification, but Grant-earning was still in full activity when I was a small boy. So far as ... ... not science, but how to write answers to these questions, the industry of Grant-earning assumed a form easily distinguished from any kind of genuine ... ... impulses of this almost feral guest. They nipped his very gestures in the bud. The rest of the people were mainly mothers with daughters—daughters of... ...more to me than I had supposed. It ended something—nipped something in the bud perhaps—took me at a stride from a vague, fine, ignorant, closed world ... ...reasons of my breach clear. Then either I must resign or—probably this new Bud- get will lead to a General Election. It’s evidently meant to strain th...

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The Lady of the Lake

By: William J. Rolfe

..., thy tresses gray,— That pleading look, what can it say But what I own?—I grant him brave, But wild as Bracklinn’s thundering wave; And generous, —sa... ...nd generous, —save vindictive mood Or jealous transport chafe his blood: I grant him true to friendly band, As his claymore is to his hand; But O! tha... ...s hand; But O! that very blade of steel More mercy for a foe would feel: I grant him liberal, to fling Among his clan the wealth they bring, When back... ...de in danger part The lineage of the Bleeding Heart! Hear my blunt speech: grant me this maid T o wife, thy counsel to mine aid; T o Douglas, leagued ... ...o, When, if thou wilt be still his foe, Or if the King shall not agree T o grant thee grace and favor free, I plight mine honor, oath, and word That, ... ...Longfellow’s Skeleton in Armor are familiar examples of it. 405. Bourgeon. Bud. Cf. Fairfax, Tasso, vii. 76: When first on trees bourgeon the blossoms...

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Women in Love

By: D. H. Lawrence

...hings fail to materialise? Nothing materialises! Everything withers in the bud.’ 5 ‘What withers in the bud?’ asked Ursula. ‘Oh, everything—oneself—t... ... Gerald had some command, by mere force of personality, not because of any granted position. There was a quality in his voice, amiable but dominant, t... ...!’ he said, looking at the flickers of crim- son that came from the female bud. Then he went in among the desks, to see the scholars’ books. Ursula wa... ...la. ‘No, I don’t see it. And if I did—pour moi, elle n’existe pas. I don’t grant her the power to be impudent to me.’ ‘Do you think she likes you?’ as... ... She was rich, full of dangerous power. She was like a strange unconscious bud of powerful womanhood. He was unconsciously drawn to her. She was his f... ... But I can’t get my flower to blossom anyhow. Either it is blighted in the bud, or has got the smother-fly, or it isn’t nourished. Curse it, it isn’t ... ... has got the smother-fly, or it isn’t nourished. Curse it, it isn’t even a bud. It is a contravened knot.’ Again she laughed. He was so very fretful a... ...y were still in the toils of divine equality of man, Gerald had passed on, granted essentially their case, and proceeded in his quality of human being... ...e meets a few people who have gone through enough, and can take things for granted—where you be yourself, without bothering. There is somewhere— there...

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The Herd Boy and His Hermit

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ed rose had floated away, and nothing was left of it save a slen- der pink bud enclosed within a dark calyx. Archie, hard pressed, declared, ‘There ar... ...banks of the Derwent, not far from its fall into the sea, Sir Lancelot had granted a tenure to an old retainer of the De Vescis, who had followed his ... ... own you for what you are, aye, and fit you out as becomes a knight.’ ‘God grant he may!’ muttered Bunce, ‘without his hum and ha, and swaying this wa... ...ned till the way had been felt with Warwick, one of whose cousins had been granted the lands of the Black Lord Clifford.) The seneschal bent before Mu... ...or you to dis- turb the rogue—what’s his name—to whom your lands have been granted, and who might turn against the cause and maybe make a speedy end o... ... presently he broke out into a thanksgiving: ‘Blessed be my Lord, who hath granted me once more to follow in the steps of the kings of the East, thoug...

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The Blithedale Romance

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...than 45 Hawthorne the maple twigs, the leaf of which looks like a scarlet bud in May, and like a plate of vegetable gold in October. Zenobia, who sho... ... the party to demand, but which men, if they were generous and wise, would grant of their own free motion. For instance, I should love dearly— for the... ...od. I blush at the very thought! Oh, in the better order of things, Heaven grant that the ministry of souls may be left in charge of women! The gates ... ...Hollingsworth’s just claims. Blind en thusiasm, absorption in one idea, I grant, is generally ridicu lous, and must be fatal to the respectability o...

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Ordeal of Richard Feverel

By: George Meredith

... endured from his juve- nile tricks. A venerable lady, known as Great-Aunt Grantley, who had money to bequeath to the heir, occupied with Hippias the ... ...imself the sentinel of Raynham. He passed the chamber where the Great-Aunt Grantley lay, who was to swell Richard’s fortune, and so perform her chief ... ... safety that I sought this interview with you,” said Richard, head erect. “Grant ye that,” the farmer responded. “Grant ye that! Yer bold enough, youn... ...ason to believe—could assure her—that an annuity was on the point of being granted her by her husband. And Dia- per broke his bud of a smile into full... ...s on the point of being granted her by her husband. And Dia- per broke his bud of a smile into full flower as he delivered this information. She learn... ...s gliding keel. Overhead solitary morning unfolded itself, from blossom to bud, from bud to flower; still, delicious changes of light and colour, to w... ...htly many long nights, and clothed in the virgin silver of her thoughts in bud, praise from him is coin the heart cannot reject, if it would. She quic... ...t woman, patting her back, and rocking her. “You’re a rose, you are! and a bud on your stalk. Haven’t told a word to your husband, my dear?” she asked... ... cot. A 427 George Meredith smile went up the plump cheeks: forthwith the bud of a mouth was in rapid motion. The young mother whispered, blushing: “...

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Diana of the Crossways

By: George Meredith

... that passes current any pretty flippancy or staggering pre- tentiousness? Grant. the combination, she will appear a veri- table queen of her period, ... ...eld both flaming horizons. So much of the heav- ens and of earth is rarely granted to a dwelling. The draw- back was the structure, which had no charm... ...e of Reform: of the Repeal of the Corn Laws as the simple beginning of the grants due to the people. She had her ideas, of course, from that fellow Re... ... a genial refreshment and resistance to antagonistic elements. Nor was it, granting health, granting a sharp night—the temperature at least fif- teen ... ... to see the lady. He worked with true champion zeal, although an interview granted him by the husband settled his opinion as to any possibility of the...

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Plutarchs Lives Volume One

By: Hugh Clough

...n army who with his own hand kills his enemies’ general that this honor is granted of offering the opima spolia. And three only of the Roman cap- tain... ...ich is somewhat severe, which suffers not a wife to leave her husband, but grants a husband power to turn off his wife, either upon poisoning her chil... ... sitting after wor- ship was to be by way of omen of their petitions being granted, and the blessing they asked assured to them. Again, as dif- ferent... ...n that Numa was by a great deal the more humane and Greek-like legislator, grant- ing even to actual slaves a license to sit at meat with their master... ...ivileges, requested but one branch of the sacred olive, and, on that being granted, returned. The Athenians, now the Cylonian sedition was over and th... ...Flaccus, who was singu- larly skillful in discerning excellence yet in the bud, and, also, much disposed to nourish and advance it. He, it seems, had ...

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The Princess

By: Alfred Lord Tennyson

...dgment. Now it chanced that I had been, While life was yet in bud and blade, bethrothed To one, a neighbouring Princess: she to me Was p... ...th: and then how vast a work To assail this gray preëminence of man! Y ou grant me license; might I use it? think; Ere half be done perchance your li... ...ear; and known at last (my work) And full of cowardice and guilty shame, I grant in her some sense of shame, she flies; And I remain on whom to wreak ... ...ournful twilight mellowing, dwelt Full on the child; she took it: ‘Pretty bud! Lily of the vale! half opened bell of the woods! Sole comfort of my da... ... trust, not love, you less. And now, O sire, Grant me your son, to nurse, to wait upon him, Like mine own brother. For ... ...l happier times each to her proper hearth: What use to keep them here—now? grant my prayer. Help, father, brother, help; speak to the king: Thaw this ...

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Dynevor Terrace Vol. Ii

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...emper as that of Louis, since they took from him all the privileges openly granted to the cousin, and scarcely left him those of the friend. She, on w... ...ed her with her mother, used in all his schemes to ap- pear to take it for granted that she should share with him in the managing, consulting headship... ...have gone through anything rather than have taken such an accu- sation for granted.’ To hinder his pleading against her self-conviction, she re- opene... ...rvading the grey air with sweet odours, and fostering the growth of tender bud and fragile stem with an unseen influ- ence, more mild and kindly than ... ...ance in it had produced. It had been a false greatness, but they could not grant the elevation of mind that had originally conceived it. The following... ...her, and led her into the adjoining room, also dim, but full of sweet fra- grant breezes from the garden. He seated her on a low couch, and stood by, ...

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The Sha Shaving Ving of Sha Shagp Gp Gpat an Arabian Enter Entertainment

By: George Meredith

...funeral rites to the body of my mother. 127 George Meredith Now, the rose-bud showeth if the rose-tree be of the wilds or of the garden, and the chie... ...h he grasped constantly, the bright flower, and she started and said, ‘One grant, O my King, my husband!’ So he said courteously, ‘All grants are gran... ...the tears of both, and they clung together, and were like the lily and its bud on one stalk in a shower. Then, when Noorna had spent her affection, sh...

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The Upanishads Translated and Commentated

By: Swami Paramananda

...and was able to repeat all that was told him. This so pleased Yama that he granted him the extra boon of naming the fire-sacrifice after him and gave ... ... asked by Nachiketas concerning the great Hereafter was one which could be granted only to those who were freed from all mortal desires and limitation... ...rth and environment. VIII The Being who remains awake while all sleep, who grants all desires, That is pure, That is Brahman, That alone is said to be... ...thumb” because of its abiding-place in the heart, often likened to a lotus-bud which is similar to a thumb in size and shape. Through the process of s...

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The Young Step-Mother; Or a Chronicle of Mistakes

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ssion, and happy in the prom- ise. She begged to turn the page, and it was granted. There 76 Yo n g e were other translations, chiefly from curious o... ...ard himself. And now that he is come to ask your forgiveness, will you not grant it to him?’ ‘Oh, yes, yes, certainly, I forgive him from my heart. Ye... ...to the setting in of the east winds, the yearly misery of a man who hardly granted that India was over-hot. Though Albinia had removed much list- ing,... ...ithout seeing that she was crooked.’ ‘ Apres le coup,’ said Mr. Kendal. ‘I grant you that a person of more experience might perhaps have detected what... ... however, by her perfect sim- plicity and lively banter, always nipped the bud of his senti- ment, she had known him from a child, and never lost the ... ...he herself had been less hurried, and less disposed to take everything for granted, a little tenderness might have led to a voluntary confession. Stil... ...ot reply, disturbed by this display of jealousy and harshness, as if every bud of tenderness had been dried up and withered, and poor Sophy only wante...

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The Trial or More Links of the Daisy Chain

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ut she has not recovered the shock of his loss, and entreated, as a favour granted to her sentiments of respect for his memory, not to hear the subjec... ...he said there had of late been an outcry against the num- ber of reprieves granted, and the public had begun to think itself not sufficiently protecte... ...t. As you have realized the support of that Friend in a way that is hardly granted, save in great troubles, so now realize that every task is for Him.... ...ficient energy or inclination to rouse himself to a response. And when the grant of life enabled him to raise his head and look around him, he felt th... ...have a worthier sound.’ ‘Sound or sense, it is all the same.’ ‘Scaffolding granted, what is the building?’ T om apparently thought it would be working... ...the edges of the leaves, and the scales lapping over so wonderfully in the bud.’ ‘Picciola!’ said the Doctor to himself; and aloud, ‘Then you have tim... ...en one of our gang, when I got him to look at the chevaux de frise round a bud, how he owned it was a regular patent invention; it just answered to Pa...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...ilt on black sand. A small wooden motion-picture theater called “The Rose- bud Movie Palace.” Lithographs announcing a film called “Fatty in Love.” Ho... ...nd the mining-camp were mol- lycoddles and unhappy. She had taken this for granted. She had studied the boys pityingly, but impersonally. It had not o... ... our youth who do not always sufficiently appreciate the privileges freely granted to every American boy rich or poor. Burns had to work hard and was ... ...sphere, but she hastened to get into the fresh air of her plans. Maud Dyer granted that the city hall wasn’t “so very nice,” yet, as Dave said, there ... ...er of painted china with a rim of wrought and gilded lead, a Family Bible, Grant’s Memoirs, the latest novel by Mrs. Gene Stratton Porter, a wooden mo... ...soul, bless him, but he belongs in the National Museum, along with General Grant’s sword, and I’m— Oh, I suppose I’m seeking for a gospel that will ev...

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Pericles, Prince of Tyre

By: William Shakespeare

...ARINA: What mean you? LEONINE: If you require a little space for prayer, I grant it: pray; but be not tedious, Pericles, Act IV, scene i 44 For the... ...; Deep clerks she dumbs; and with her needle composes Nature’s own shape, of bud, bird, branch, or berry, That even her art sisters the natural roses;...

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