The first thing either of them noticed was a new sound that broke into the clear
air, louder than they had ever heard it before--the bell of the monastery of their own village, ringing for early prayers.
I have taken the pains to select this instance of misrepresentation, and to place it in a clear
and strong light, as an unequivocal proof of the unwarrantable arts which are practiced to prevent a fair and impartial judgment of the real merits of the Constitution submitted to the consideration of the people.
Above me shone the stars, for the night was very clear
For the anchor "to go clear
" means to go clear
of its own chain.
He swung clear
, looked round, shrugged his shoulders, and began to walk away, as one having business elsewhere.
Morning mist or twilight clear
, Serve him, Wardens of the Deer
I think that it is quite clear
that there must be more than one of them.
If what is now said does not make this clear
, we will explain it still further: if there should be any one, a very excellent player on the flute, but very deficient in family and beauty, though each of them are more valuable endowments than a skill in music, and excel this art in a higher degree than that player excels others, yet the best flutes ought to be given to him; for the superiority [1283a] in beauty and fortune should have a reference to the business in hand; but these have none.
said many voices, and the men were in such haste to clear
out that the prince could hardly stop them.
I'll buy Pari-Sulay, but I'll put only ten boys on it and clear
Young," he said; "with a fair, sad face--with kind, tender eyes--with a soft, clear
In another moment he would be clear
of the underbrush and ready for the rapid charge and the quick retreat that would end the brief existence of Teeka's balu.
What we've got to do is actually and literally to clear
Impatiently do I then wait, that the clear
sky may finally dawn for me, the snow-bearded winter-sky, the hoary one, the white-head,--
Riach, besides, announced from the top that he saw clear