I told him that this was a sort of miracle that required a trifle of preparation, and that it would be sudden death to ever talk about these preparations to anybody.
Then added, by command, that at some time during the twenty-four hours I would consummate the miracle, but would first give a brief notice; by flags on the castle towers if in the daytime, by torch-baskets in the same places if at night.
If I had advertised another miracle I couldn't have raised an audience with a sheriff.
And your majesty touches precisely the question," replied Athos, "for without the miracle
of which I have had the honor to speak, General Monk would probably have remained an implacable enemy of Charles II.
The priest said: "Behold a miracle
after a miracle
, for in this very attitude must all Sunnyasis be buried
It is a miracle
," I said; it is nothing short of a miracle
to transplant all the wondrous possibilities of the twen-tieth century back to the Stone Age.
But though a miracle
of this kind might have engaged all the
And I looked out for miracles
, complained that I did not see a miracle
which would convince me.
And apropos of the miracle
let me tell you that I think you have been asleep for the last two or three days.
Certainly if miracles
be the command over nature, they appear most in adversity.
The professor declares that these thaumaturgists have acquired such skill in the art which he learned at their feet that they perform their miracles
by simply throwing the
Over the next centuries, the idea of miracle
became an interior one, divorced from external reality.
He traces the water miracle
back through the Babylonian epic with Marduk, the Ugaritic Baal cycle, and Genesis 1:2.
Place Market will be a "big box" center comprising three floors of high-ceiling retail space and three decks of covered parking.
The church's bells began ringing and families embraced:' Politicians proclaimed the rescue a miracle