Hades trembled where he rules over the dead below, and the Titans under Tartarus who live with Cronos, because of the unending
clamour and the fearful strife.
"Looking for something, looking for something," Harley Kennan would chant curiously, as he rode beside Villa and observed Michael's unending
The stir of the life that was in him, the play of his muscles, was an unending
Besides my work in the cabin, with its four small state- rooms, I was supposed to be his assistant in the galley, and my colossal ignorance concerning such things as peeling potatoes or washing greasy pots was a source of unending
and sarcastic wonder to him.
But you, little infant-woman with your first victory, you must make your love-life an unending
chain of victories.
And from all the unending
horror of this there was a respite, a deliverance--he could drink!
They quivered and trembled and writhed as though they were still in torment, a supposition to which the unending
scream gave a horrible credence.
The days were unending
, and the five shillings Lawson had lent him would not last much longer.
War of Words--Setting the record straight on the Arab propaganda war because the unending
war between the Palestinian Arabs and Israeli Jews is fought on a number of levels.
Wars - Fronting the Foreign Policy of the Permanent Warfare State.
Shop sales in Scotland have fallen by 3.1%, compared to last year, with retailers fearing "unending
Brexit gridlock and stagnation" has hit consumer confidence.
LAHORE -- The Jamaat e Islami will stage its second Awami march against unending
price spiral, unemployment and IMF slavery at Faisalabad tomorrow, Sunday afternoon.
release of effluent has destroyed Sindh's lakes'
"P?wehi" means "embellished dark source of unending
," which came from Kumilipo -- an 18th century Hawaiian creation chant -- while Po means "profound dark source of unending
creation," and wehi (wehiwehi), which explains Po in the chant.
Powehi means "the adorned fathomless dark creation" or "embellished dark source of unending
creation" and comes from the Kumulipo, an 18th century Hawaiian creation chant.