Then ran Zarathustra up speedily and drove the animals aside; for he feared that some one had here met with harm, which the pity of the kine would hardly be able to relieve.
To that end, however, I would fain learn of these kine. For I tell thee that I have already talked half a morning unto them, and just now were they about to give me their answer.
Except we be converted and become as kine, we shall in no wise enter into the kingdom of heaven.
So I went at last to the animals and to those kine."
"And why is it not with the rich?" asked Zarathustra temptingly, while he kept back the kine which sniffed familiarly at the peaceful one.
That distinction did I unlearn,--then did I flee away further and ever further, until I came to those kine."
Thus spake the peaceful one, and puffed himself and perspired with his words: so that the kine wondered anew.
Furthest, to be sure, have those kine carried it: they have devised ruminating and lying in the sun.
Now, however, take leave at once of thy kine, thou strange one!
ani other bodi's plase; but as her lashipp wass so kine
of her one a
There are lots of waste ground by the side of the roads in every village, amounting often to village greens, where feed the pigs and ganders of the people; and these roads are old-fashioned, homely roads, very dirty and badly made, and hardly endurable in winter, but still pleasant jog- trot roads running through the great pasture-lands, dotted here and there with little clumps of thorns, where the sleek kine
are feeding, with no fence on either side of them, and a gate at the end of each field, which makes you get out of your gig (if you keep one), and gives you a chance of looking about you every quarter of a mile.
He made all-- Thorn for the camel, fodder for the kine
, And mother's heart for sleepy head, O little son of mine!
Outside the barred door, where discomfited kine
came to ask for their old stable, Shamlegh and the coolies gave itself up to plunder and riotous living.
Nandi County Police Commander Samson Ole Kine
told Nation that the body, which had injuries, had no identification documents.
"The Philippine National Police are conducting a 'crime prevention' campaign that essentially jails low-income Filipinos for being in public," said Phelim Kine
, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch.