She was looking at me then with a look of supreme
Soon she felt nothing but a supreme
immediate longing that curtained off all futurity--the longing to lie down and sleep.
Moreover, much about the same time as Firenzuola was writing, Botticelli's blonde, angular, retrousse women were breaking every one of that beauty- master's canons, perfect in beauty none the less; and lovers then, and perhaps particularly now, have found the perfect beauty in faces to which Messer Firenzuola would have denied the name of face at all, by virtue of a quality which indeed he has tabulated, but which is far too elusive and undefinable, too spiritual for him truly to have understood,--a quality which nowadays we are tardily recognising as the first and last of all beauty, either of nature or art,--the supreme
, truly divine, because materialistically unaccountable, quality of Charm!
touch of the white rabbit pulling on his white gloves as he hastens is again absolutely the child's vision, but the white rabbit as guide and introducer of Alice's adventures belongs to mature grown insight.
The hasty multitude Admiring enter'd, and the work some praise And some the Architect: his hand was known In Heav'n by many a Towred structure high, Where Scepter'd Angels held thir residence, And sat as Princes, whom the supreme
King Exalted to such power, and gave to rule, Each in his Herarchie, the Orders bright.
touching the one of them, it were hard for me to render a reason for a fool speaking according to his folly; and the other churl is of that savage, fierce, intractable race, some of whom, as I have often told you, are still to be found among the descendants of the conquered Saxons, and whose supreme
pleasure it is to testify, by all means in their power, their aversion to their conquerors.
When he thought of her, it would be as a wonderful tragic figure sent on to the world's stage to show the supreme
reality of love.
Exhausted by this supreme
effort, the box-keeper fell into a chair, saying:
The tradition generally received derives them from Cham, the son of Noah, and they pretend, however improbably, that from his time till now the legal succession of their kings hath never been interrupted, and that the supreme
power hath always continued in the same family.
His father had been a judge of the Massachusetts Supreme
Court; and he himself was a lawyer whose practice had been mainly in matters of legislation.
And thus was consummated the work commenced by the Declaration of Independence--a work in which the people of the North American Union, acting under the deepest sense of responsibility to the Supreme
Ruler of the universe, had achieved the most transcendent act of power that social man in his mortal condition can perform--even that of dissolving the ties of allegiance by which he is bound to his country; of renouncing that country itself; of demolishing its government; of instituting another government; and of making for himself another country in its stead.
The last clause of the eighth section of the first article of the plan under consideration authorizes the national legislature "to make all laws which shall be NECESSARY and PROPER for carrying into execution THE POWERS by that Constitution vested in the government of the United States, or in any department or officer thereof"; and the second clause of the sixth article declares, "that the Constitution and the laws of the United States made IN PURSUANCE THEREOF, and the treaties made by their authority shall be the SUPREME
LAW of the land, any thing in the constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.
Holland, in which no particle of the supreme
authority is derived from the people, has passed almost universally under the denomination of a republic.
Hence to fight and conquer in all your battles is not supreme
excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting.
In the middle belt of the earth the Trade Winds reign supreme
, undisputed, like monarchs of long-settled kingdoms, whose traditional power, checking all undue ambitions, is not so much an exercise of personal might as the working of long-established institutions.