The lord of the village, who, like other persons of quality throughout Aethiopia, lived on the top of a mountain, received us with very great
That you will be thrown to the wild calots [dogs] in the great
arena as soon as the hordes have assembled for the yearly games.
Their language being similar to that of the great
apes Meriem could converse with them though the poverty of their vocabulary rendered these exchanges anything but feasts of reason.
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
It was always in his mind, whenever he looked upon the Great
In one of these passes, a horse fell from the brink of a precipice, and would have been dashed to pieces had he not lodged among the branches of a tree, from which he was extricated with great
I promise myself great
pleasure in informing him of it when we reach the Celestial City.
It is, however, a truly elegant city (very superior to New York), and I have spent a great
deal of time in visiting the various monuments and palaces.
And let no prince measure the danger of them by this, whether they be just or unjust: for that were to imagine people, to be too reasonable; who do often spurn at their own good: nor yet by this, whether the griefs whereupon they rise, be in fact great
or small: for they are the most dangerous discontentments, where the fear is greater than the feeling.
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
The vegetation was similar to that which covers the lawns of the red Martians of the great
waterways, but the trees and birds were unlike anything that I had ever seen upon Mars, and then through the further trees I could see that most un-Martian of all sights--an open sea, its blue waters shimmering beneath the brazen sun.
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.
He wanted water more than any other thing, and so he kept on up a broad avenue toward the great
central plaza, where he knew the precious fluid was to be found in a half-ruined building opposite the great
palace of the ancient jeddak, who once had ruled this mighty city.
He had the effect of taking me into the great
world, and making me a party to his splendid indifference to titles, and even to royalties; and I could not see that sham for sham he was unwittingly the greatest sham of all.
With the aid of my map, which I had kept with great
care during my march with the Sagoths in search of the great
secret, I arrived at Sari at last.