It was always in his mind, whenever he looked upon the Great
Beneath the shelter of one hut, in the bright blaze of the same fire, sat this varied group of adventurers, all so intent upon a single object, that, of whatever else they began to speak, their closing words were sure to be illuminated with the Great
Then did he look on the great
city and sighed, and was long silent.
I had often read of some great
services done to princes and states, and desired to see the persons by whom those services were performed.
And therefore out of all questions, the splendor and magnificence, and great
retinues and hospitality, of noblemen and gentlemen, received into custom, doth much conduce unto martial greatness.
But vast Earth groaned within, being straitened, and she made the element of grey flint and shaped a great
sickle, and told her plan to her dear sons.
But what has caused these reefs to spring up at such great
distances from the shores of the included islands?
Yet he battled on, striking futile blows against great
, hispid breasts he could not see; feeling thick, squat throats beneath his fingers; the drool of saliva upon his cheek, and hot, foul breath in his nostrils.
apes accompanied them and to these was delegated the business of tracking the quarry, a feat beyond the senses of the Oparians.
We made our entry into the great
central plaza early in the afternoon.
Dorothy put on a green silk apron and tied a green ribbon around Toto's neck, and they started for the Throne Room of the Great
At night great
beasts snarled and roared about their tiny cabin, but, so accustomed may one become to oft repeated noises, that soon they paid little attention to them, sleeping soundly the whole night through.
Making sure that the drawbridge was raised, and that he could not hope for stealthy entrance there, he crept silently to the rear of the great
building, and there among the bushes his men searched for the ladder that Norman of Torn had seen the knavish servant of My Lady Claudia unearth, that the outlaw might visit the Earl of Buckingham, unannounced.
His parent, too were simple folk, and he, too, was born to be great
I had also arrived to some little diversions and amusements, which made the time pass a great
deal more pleasantly with me than it did before - first, I had taught my Poll, as I noted before, to speak; and he did it so familiarly, and talked so articulately and plain, that it was very pleasant to me; and he lived with me no less than six-and-twenty years.