alarum


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a signal that warns of imminent danger

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Camilla's Alarum to Slumbering Euphues in his Melancholy Cell at Silexedra.
Hoc est quod dicunt, male olet qui semper male olet, sacer alarum, Caeli Rufe.
64) "Nullum autem inconveniens est, diversis rebus diversis ex causis Christum figurari, et in virga quidem potentiam, in flore vero fragantiam, in fructu autem saporis dulcedinem, in frondibus quoque sedulam eius intelligi protectionem qua videlicet parvulos ad se confugientes sub umbra alarum suarum protegere no desinit, sive ab aestu carnalium desideriorum, sive a facie impiorum, qui eos afflixerunt.
I applaud her brave alarum against out economic and social complacency.
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There was no fear or alarum, then, when from her seated position she heard the grasses of the meadow swaying as something or someone approached.
The fact that Shakespeare has them gather there to witness, benefit from and/or add to the criminal events in Denmark at the highest level of the state, however, arguably amounts to Shakespeare's sounding an alarum about a sovereign violence rife throughout Europe.
16) For a relatively early alarum see Sirilaksana Khoman, "Education Policy", in The Thai Economy in Transition, edited by Peter G.
Her other books are Nice Day for Murder: Poems for James Cagney (2001), Alarum Within: theatre poems (2003), and fake Paul (2005).
In 1871, Whitman printed an altogether different four-line epigraph to the section of Leaves of Grass titled "Drum-Taps": "Aroused and angry, / I thought to beat the alarum, and urge relentless war; / But soon my fingers fail'd me, my face droop'd, and I resign'd myself, / To sit by the wounded and soothe them, or silently watch the dead" (LG 1871, 261).
24) Nashe, 'To the Gentlemen Students', in Greenes Arcadia, or Menaphon: Camillaes alarum to slumber, Euphues in his melancholy cell at Silexedra (London: Valentine Simmes for Nicholas Ling, 1599), fol.
d) El lema que acompana al aguila que cobija todas las armas de Castilla, Leon, Aragon, Navarra, Granada, Sicilia, Napoles y las posesiones castellanas transoceanicas: "SUB VMBRA ALARUM TVARVM" (bajo la sombra de tus alas), que se acomodaba a la integracion que pretenden los reyes y se refleja en el tipo y leyenda del exergo de excelentes y dobles excelentes.
Sustenta Armando Mas Leite que o naturalismo estrito de CGS confunde a juventude e todos os jovens que vivem sub umbra alarum tuarum, isto e, a sombra do prestigio intelectual do Sr.
And while down below everything disintegrated and changed into nothingness in that silent panic of quick dissolution, above there grew and endured the alarum of sunset.