noontide


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At noontide it started raining in cats and dogs in several parts of the district.
Thou shalt be queen indeed; For many a man this day shall bleed Because of me, and leave me king Ere noontide fall to evening" (11.
Among long-range histories that I have seen, Andrew Solomon, The Noontide Demon: An Atlas of Depression (New York: Scribner, 2001), 285-334, notes the changing terminology without further comment; Reinhard Kuhn, The Demon of Noontide: Ennui in Western Literature (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976), does not even note it.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Sheriff 9 Erode 10 Relax 11 Repaper 12 Coo 13 Lebanese 16 Noontide 17 Yak 19 Dilemma 21 Erica 22 Udder 23 Earthen DOWN: 1 Ostrich 2 Well-to-do 3 Minx 4 Response 5 Hoop 6 Weird 8 Fire brigade 13 Landmark 14 Skylight 15 Ukraine 18 Odium 20 Lido 21 Earn QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Screwdriver 8 Tea 9 Dog 11 Insulin 12 Legal 13 Ate 14 Era 15 Frailty 17 Ago 19 Ache 21 Abet 23 Coma 25 Ogre 27 Rev 29 Ellipse 31 Elm 34 Pad 36 React 37 Service 38 Ass 39 Pro 40 Stand at ease DOWN: 1 Sent 2 Case 3 Enlarge 4 Dennis 5 Inlet 6 Edge 7 Roar 8 Tiara 10 Glaze 16 Yam 18 Oar 20 Car 22 Bee 24 Observe 25 Opera 26 Fiesta 28 Video 30 Latin 32 Less 33 Mast 34 Pips 35 Acre
Would that you remain within these stark office walls beguiling us with noontide conversation that sprawls far beyond Europe's largest software licensee, taking us across the mountains to the mouth of the Yangtze then far beyond that still, where our catch gently grills upon an open fire, and the memories distil of Hungary's odd commode where men gaze in the swill of a hand scorched with syrup over a waffle when it spilled, your mind like a corridor leading to countless rooms all embroidered with treasures each a thread upon your loom weaving a rich tapestry in a single afternoon?
He explains further in Sermones in Cantica Canticorum that the victim of such temptation, "unless the Sun from heaven shines into his heart with noontide brightness," will end up wasting his efforts in overzealous pursuit of the wrong goals and abandoning, or losing sufficient energy and health to pursue, the right goals (33.
I have bedimmed The noontide sun, called forth the mutinous winds, And twixt the green sea and the azured vault Set roaring war; to the dread rattling thunder Have I given fire, and rifted Jove's stout oak With his own bolt; the strong-based promontory Have I made shake, and by the spurs plucked up The pine and cedar; graves at my command Have waked their sleepers, oped, and let 'em forth By my so potent art.
It was noontide on a gray and cloudy day when he came.
What matters from the narrating poet's arch and elevated perspective is not the dance of self-disclosure or the transparent veils of self-concealment but the shallowness of youthful self-indulgence described as not even a beast's life but an insect's--"Childe Harold bask'd him in the noontide sun / Disporting there like any other fly" (1.
This is part of it: Th' outstretching lake, imbosomed 'mong the hills, The eye with wonder and amazement fills; The Tay meand'ring sweet in infant pride, The palace rising on his verdant side, The lawns wood-fring'd in Nature's native taste, The arches striding o'er the new-born stream, The village glittering in the noontide beam.
It can still be read there today, and here's part of it: Th' outstretching lake, imbosomed 'mong the hills, The eye with wonder and amazement fills; The Tay meand'ring sweet in infant pride, The palace rising on his verdant side, The lawns wood-fring'd in Nature's native taste, The hillocks dropt in Nature's careless haste, The arches striding o'er the new-born stream, The village glittering in the noontide beam Kenmore's other famous visitor was Queen Victoria, who stayed at the neo-gothic, 19th century Taymouth Castle, which contained some of the most opulent interiors of the era.
Together with its publishing arm, Noontide Press, the IHR has put out a number of books on white racialism, including Francis Parker Yockey and David Hoggan's The Myth of the Six Million, two of the first books to deny the Holocaust.
Where plumy songsters strain their little throats, And fill th' air with their harmonious notes, Where lowing kine and bleating flocks repair From Phoebus' ray, to taste the noontide air.
But even at noontide, I fail to see how lap-dancing aficionados would intimidate.