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They were going along conversing in this way, when they saw descending a gap between two high mountains some twenty shepherds, all clad in sheepskins of black wool, and crowned with garlands which, as afterwards appeared, were, some of them of yew, some of cypress. Six of the number were carrying a bier covered with a great variety of flowers and branches, on seeing which one of the goatherds said, "Those who come there are the bearers of Chrysostom's body, and the foot of that mountain is the place where he ordered them to bury him." They therefore made haste to reach the spot, and did so by the time those who came had laid the bier upon the ground, and four of them with sharp pickaxes were digging a grave by the side of a hard rock.
She broke off a little branch of cypress and offered it to the king, who looked intoxicated with hope.
"Humph!" said Aramis to D'Artagnan; "the present is but a sad one, for that cypress shades a tomb."
There he seemed to see familiar faces of comrades who had grown up with him from infancy; he saw his busy wife, bustling in her preparations for his evening meals; he heard the merry laugh of his boys at their play, and the chirrup of the baby at his knee; and then, with a start, all faded, and he saw again the canebrakes and cypresses and gliding plantations, and heard again the creaking and groaning of the machinery, all telling him too plainly that all that phase of life had gone by forever.
Under the trees of this cemetery nestled a warm breathless gloom, out of which the cypresses stood up straight and mute, above which the willows hung low and still; where the flowers, as languid as fair, waited listless for night dew or thunder-shower; where the tombs, and those they hid, lay impassible to sun or shadow, to rain or drought.
To be sure, I am a forest, and a night of dark trees: but he who is not afraid of my darkness, will find banks full of roses under my cypresses.
"Lucy, you come and look at the cypresses; and the church, whatever its name is, still shows."
On the slope of the right-hand hill white houses with brown roofs were settled, like nesting sea-birds, and at intervals cypresses striped the hill with black bars.
He painted that group of cypresses for the Salon, and it was bought for the Luxembourg."
It was a dense thicket, in which rose huge cypresses, sycamores, tulip-trees, olives, tamarinds, oaks, and magnolias.
Cypress Cove's fiscal 2017 NOM-adjusted of 26.8% is favorable in relation to the BIG category median of 19.8%, reflecting strong net entrance fee receipts.
Developers can now streamline connections to Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, and design differentiated products with the flexible computing and security features of Cypress' programmable PSoC[R] microcontrollers (MCUs) and the robust wireless connectivity of its industry-leading Wi-Fi[R] and Bluetooth[R] portfolio for the IoT.
ARMO BioSciences announced enrollment of its first patient in CYPRESS 2, a randomized Phase 2b trial designed to investigate pegilodecakin in combination with nivolumab as a second-line treatment for patients with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer.
11 August 2015 - US-based chipmaker Cypress Semiconductor Corp.