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the sky Spreads like an ocean hung on high, Bespangled with those isles of light, So wildly, spiritually bright; Who ever gazed upon them shining, And turned to earth without repining, Nor wished for wings to flee away, And mix with their eternal ray?
The love and loyalty which we give to the Lost Cause, and to the defeated banner, is a demonstration of the deep hold that cause had upon the hearts of the Southern people, and of the absolute sincerity and the complete devotion with which they supported it, but it is no evidence of unmanly and fruitless repining [fretting] over defeat, nor of any lurking disloyalty to the Union, in which now, thank God, the Southern states have equal rights and privileges with all the other states of our broad land.
Bernstein Paul, Leyland Nicholas, Paul Gurland, Doughlas Gare, Cervical repining and labour induction with PGE2 gel-A placebo controlled study, American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 1987: 156: 336-340.
Shulman does not attend to predictive prowess (his prophets reimagine the world rather than predict a future), but to the extent that prophecy entails venturing on the hazard of guesswork about the future, Baldwin's work, in its element of warning, its admonitory repining, comes closest to this dimension of prophecy.
13) However, only two years after that, Del Lungo had had a decisive change of heart, repining his former opinion and now accepting the traditional interpretation, despite his notable and courageous attack on it in his article of 1889.
His observations on the Kumbh Mela when visited it in 1895 are quite revealing: "It is wonderful, the power of a faith like that, that can make multitudes upon multitudes of the old and the young and frail enter without hesitation or complaint upon such incredible journeys and endure the resultant miseries without repining.
It is wonderful, the power of a faith like that, that can make multitudes upon multitudes of the old and weak and the young and frail enter without hesitation or complaint upon such incredible journeys and endure the resultant miseries without repining," wrote the keen observer of human life in Following The Equator , recording his experience of the Kumbh Mela of 1894 in Allahabad.
The value of potassium declined at 4th repining stag to all pollinated and inclined to all non-pollinated except Nur Aseel date fruit variety.
I ought to be encouraged, and will try to do so; tho' I cannot help now & then repining a little within my own breast when I see the public so willing to be pleased with every thing, good or bad, in preferrence [sic] to these plays.
LYNCH - CHRISTINA (nee KELLY), 4th June (Somewhere the sun is shining, somewhere the songbirds dwell, hush then your sad repining God lives and all is well.
He began by describing really removable evils in a style which would induce all persons, however insensible, to remove them if they could; he has ended by describing the natural evils and inevitable pains of the present state of being, in such a manner as must tend to excite discontent and repining.
But if the age was "dark," it is the essence of conservatism to accept what Providence offers and make the best of it without repining for a better set of circumstances: "You would not think you knew enough to judge / The age when full upon you," Frost's persona says to the Master of the Palace School.
I hope therefore, my most dear mother, that your experience of the calamities of this life, your continual acquaintance with the visitations of the Holy Ghost (which gives better inward comforts than the world can outward discomforts), your wisdom to distinguish the value of this world from the next, and your religious fear of offending our merciful God by repining at anything which he doth will preserve you from any inordinate and dangerous sorrow for this loss of my most beloved sister.
All too like the dreary eve Sighed within repining grief- Sighed at first-but signed not long, Sweet-How softly swift it came
In the context of the very real banishment endured by Phraartes and Monobazus and the imminent dispersal of the Jewish people, the exile that Berenice, in particular, is fated to experience far exceeds the lovelorn repining of the stock Petrarchan lover.