Then he takes the shadows away from behind the profile, and from under the chin, and from under the arm, and puts in two grand square blocks of dark at the ends of the cradle, that you may be safe to look at that, instead of the Child.
Farther, and finally, note the delight with which Giovanni has dwelt, though without exaggeration, on the muscles of the breast and ribs in the Adam; while he has subdued all away into virginal severity in Eve.
So far from it, that if one sharper line or more geometric curve had been given, it would have caught the eye too strongly, and drawn away the attention from the sculpture.
Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sins of the world.
This 'maniera goffa e sproporzionata' of Vasari is not, then, merely the wasting away of former leonine strength into thin rigidities of death?
But when I oppose these two words, Gothic and Greek, don't run away with the notion that I necessarily mean to oppose Christian and Greek.
Next, he takes it all away from under the servant's arms, and lays it all behind above the calf of her leg.
But the clouds floated away and then the light gleamed on the barrels of the short carbines that the horsemen carried.
The night was crisp, filled with starshine, and the cooking fires had been built along a long line, stretching away like a series of triumphant bonfires.
A few days later Warner received the same rank for his achievement in driving away Slade, and it was conferred upon Pennington too for general excellence.
And as for these vague ambitions for the sake of which he had bartered away his freedom and sold himself into slavery--towards what did they tend?
Very well,' said he, and he turnedaway rather moodily.
Dinna slave away for naething--because folk have put fancy notions into your head.
The salmon appear to have gone away somewhere,' she replied.
He is satisfied if some general statement is made to the effect that they live far away to the north, where the cold countries are, or in the south, where it is warm and sometimes hot, or on the other side of the world.
A pygmy will shoot off three or four arrows one after the other so quickly that the last is flying away before the first has hit the mark.
The Philippine Islands are far away on the other side of the earth, near China.
As they slide, they tear awayrocks and trees, and bury houses and villages beneath them.
Chalk, in fact, is a compound of carbonic acid gas, and lime, and when you make it very hot the carbonic acid flies away and the lime is left.
These spore-forming filaments are connected with others which fill the interior of the fly's body like so much fine wool, having eaten away and destroyed the creature's viscera.
It is obvious, therefore, that the maggots are not generated by the corruption of the meat; and that the cause of their formation must be a something which is kept away by gauze.
She had wit and beauty, though smallpox had taken away the bloom of her pretty face, in which there sat charms so powerful that they rendered her one of the most amiable persons in France.
After several hours' dispute neither of us was convinced, and I went away very much perplexed, the rather because M.
Bachoumont once said, in jest, that the Parliament acted like the schoolboys in the Paris ditches, who fling stones, and run away when they see the constable, but meet again as soon as he turns his back.
The news that was brought every moment made them trifle away that time which should have been employed for the preservation of the State.
Take therefore this principle away from them, and you take awaytheir religion at once.
The Apostle states here concerning the baptism that is effectual and saving; first, that it is not the putting awayof the filth of the flesh, which is effected by water.
Take away this spirit, and Christianity remains with them no more Christianity, than the dead carcass of a man, when the spirit is departed, remains a man.
It was more than she had said to Lorenzo Surprenant, and yet Lorenzo had gone away with hope in his heart, while Eutrope felt that he had made his throw and lost.
This young fellow from the States was ready with fine speeches, but you must not be carried away by them .
The cure of St. Henri sent none away empty who asked his advice; some he dealt with in a few swift words amidst a general conversation where he bore his cheerful part; others at greater length in the privacy of an adjoining room.
It is best that I should confess her and give her absolution; then we shall both go away and be back again the day after to-morrow.
They set themselves to cutting and uprooting the alders, gathering a sheaf of branches in the hand and severing them with the ax, or sometimes digging the earth away about the roots and tearing up the whole bush together.
Soon Tit'Be jumped from bed to put wood upon the fire; an impulse of shyness caused Maria to turn away and hide her rosary under the coverlet as she continued to pray.
Some miles farther, and the woods fell away again, disclosing the river.
Jombatiste explained that she came from East Poland, so that her folks, if indeed she had any, were too far away to be of use.
Miss Abigail shook her head impatiently as though to brushaway a troublesome gnat.
At this point, the man from Putnam's came with a team from our livery to carry away the Sheraton sideboard.
She laughed a great deal at us, but she was evidently touched by his human interest, for she confided to him that it was not velvet at all, but furniture covering; and when we went away she pressed on us a bag of peanuts.
The children reported that he would not even let them in, and that they could see him through the window stitching away in ominous silence, muttering to himself.
They were therefore as much displeased as surprised by the sudden appearance to them of their great-aunt, very haggard, her usual extreme timidity swept away by overmastering emotion.
Sure, I've not been on the Round Stone of an evening--why, not since you went away I do believe!
In truth her brother's eagerness to be away was scarcely concealed at all from the grateful, wistful Irish eyes about him.
The janitor, carried away by his victory, celebrated his good fortune in so many glasses of hard cider that he was finally carried home and deposited limply on the veranda of his boarding-house.
Turning away men's attention from the sober realities and duties of social life, it prompts them to pursue the unnatural and abnormal.
This would do away with special pleas of insanity before a jury that knows little or nothing about the nature of the disease, and whose sympathies may readily be worked upon by shrewd lawyers to render a verdict of acquittal.
Then, following the old Corsican custom, his sister, in her indignation, carried away his black clothes, in order that he might not wear mourning for a dead man who had not been avenged.
She resided on a little property four leagues away from Rennes, and she now dispensed with a servant.
The French were posted ten leagues away without moving, and yet, each night, some of the uhlans disappeared.
I thought it was addressed to me, so I tore open the envelope, and I read words intended for Jean--words which have well-nigh taken away my reason.
Some distance away in the corner of the gallery, in the frame of the door which led into the Salon of the Agriculturists, faces which expressed utter amazement were staring at him.
Another knocked against me so violently without begging my pardon or lifting his hat, coming away from a ball at the Casino, that he gave me a pain in the chest.
You would practically take away from me the joy of life were I to behave as you seem to desire.
The only thing he actually gotaway with was that--er--that medal.
He therefore wished much for some adventure that would take him away from scenes which had become distasteful to him.
The Greek fleet was soon out of danger, for Patroclus and his Myrmidons, having furiously attacked the Trojans, quickly drove them away from the burning vessel and put out the fire.
But the ocean god spread a mist over the eyes of the Greek warrior, and carried Æneas away in safety to the rear of the battlefield.
Venus hastened to the relief of the wounded god, and, taking him by the hand, led him away groaning with pain.
Then Hector stripped Patroclus of the splendid armor of Achilles, and he was about dragging away the body, but just at that moment Ajax rushed up.
This god had conspired against Jupiter and attempted to dethrone him, and, as a punishment, his kingdom of the sea was taken away from him for one year, and he was ordered to spend that time in the service of the king of Troy.
Hector now retreated, leaping into his chariot and giving the glittering armor to his friends to be carried away to Troy.
All wailing, silently they bore away Their slaughtered friends, and heaped them on the pyre With aching hearts, and, when they had consumed The dead with fire, returned to hallowed Troy.
At the same time he carried away a vast quantity of treasure in gold and other costly things which belonged to King Menelaus.
Apollo now came to the rescue, covering the Trojan hero in a veil of clouds, and taking him away from the conflict.
At last Menelaus and a brother warrior lifted up the body and bore it away towards the trench.
We started, Vyking and I; but driving to the station we met with an accident, our horse ran away and I was thrown out; after that I hardly remember anything for a long time.
If she didn't run awaywith young Thorndyke, what did she run away at all for?
The office girl, addressing circulars, seemed surprised when he stepped from the elevator, and blushed her usual shy gratitude to the men of the office for allowing her to exist and take away six dollars weekly.
Several times he broke away from a pinochle game to rush upstairs and see if the note was as chilly as he remembered.
Southwards the ground fell away to the river, and because of this much doubt has been cast on the efficacy of the stronghold.
Striking east from the castle, the way out to Hurstmonceux lies down through the village street, with the sea away to the right and the marsh to the left.
On the north the town stood upon a cliff overhanging the Brede fiord; on the east the land fellaway precipitously to the sea itself.
Shut away at the top of the hill, behind and away from all the everyday business of life, in its isolation it somewhat resembles a cathedral.
But after all we come away with no very clear idea of the place; and perhaps it is as well.
Practical men came to him urging the unsuitable nature of the site, high up on the hill-side away from all water.
The low rolling hills, having constituted the coast-line for half a dozen miles, at this point break away inland to form a delightful country-side.
A long spur of upland here thrusts out boldly from the main mass of wooded hill-side, and commands a view over a wide stretch of rolling ground away to the sea.
On either side, away to the distant hills, stretch the greenest of meadows, intersected by innumerable watercourses, with but a few stunted thorns and an occasional tuft of rushes to break the trackless level.
Mathieu promised to complete the feast by broaching for the artillery-man an old bottle of Rousillon wine, stowed away for a long time under the sand of his cellar.
I never went to George's house again; and ere long the image of his sister was stowed away on one of the upper shelves of my memory.
Neither could she resist the temptation; slipping away from the hands of her sister, and unwilling to hear a word, she disappeared in the thickest of the flowering tufts.
And now, for a moment, I knew that I was dreaming; and oh, grievous disappointment, I half awoke to a consciousness that the vision was slipping away from me.
Two whole days passed away for him, as one long agony, in alternations of mute dejection and of furious despair.
He was therefore compelled to shape his course direct for the rock on the Ile des Morts whereon the causeway abutted, and which with its pointed ridges was visible, far-away in the obscurity.
I do not wish to carry away your happiness with me in my winding sheet.
A fortnight thus slipped awayas if it had been an hour; so that when his quarantine was at length performed, and it was necessary for him to leave Treberon, his deliverance did but awaken in him a feeling of regret.
He was touched in the cavity where his heart should have been - in that nest of addled eggs, where the birds of heaven would have lived if they had not been whistled away - by the fervour of this reproach.
She dismissed the messenger to his own devices, and rode away to her old home.
There is one thing to be said of it,' Louisa repeated in her former curious tone; 'it will be getting away from home.
You may be astonished to hear it, but my mother - ran away from me.
After an impatient oath or two, and some stupid clawing of herself with the hand not necessary to her support, she got her hair away from her eyes sufficiently to obtain a sight of him.
She looked at him, on his knee at her feet, with her shawl still in his hand, and the reproof on her lips died away when she saw the working of his face.
She will never believe it of him, but he has cut away and left her.
A man so fond of his daughter, that he runs away from her!
She will get into one,' she considered, 'and will be away before I can follow in another.
Even this imperfect consciousness faded away at last, and he dreamed a long, troubled dream.
Therefore said I, Look awayfrom me; I will weep bitterly, labour not to comfort me, because of the spoiling of the daughter of my people.
And judgment is turned away backward, and justice standeth afar off: for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter.
Behold, the LORD will carry thee awaywith a mighty captivity, and will surely cover thee.
And in that day seven women shall take hold of one man, saying, We will eat our own bread, and wear our own apparel: only let us be called by thy name, to take away our reproach.
Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.
And it shall come to pass in that day, that his burden shall be taken away from off thy shoulder, and his yoke from off thy neck, and the yoke shall be destroyed because of the anointing.
The righteous perisheth, and no man layeth it to heart: and merciful men are taken away, none considering that the righteous is taken away from the evil to come.
How then wilt thou turn away the face of one captain of the least of my master's servants, and put thy trust on Egypt for chariots and for horsemen?
Every now and again it happens that there arise superfluous accretions of some one ingredient, which are not carried away in the normal routine of bodily life.
The popular enthusiasm which the earlier triumphs of the Irish Parliament had awakened had all but utterly died away in a fratricidal struggle.
To replace this older population, thus starved, slaughtered, made away with by sword and pestilence with new colonists was the scheme of the hour.
He flung awaythe trammels of office, surrendered his large salary, and returned to his old friends.
The old Catholic party thereupon broke wholly awayfrom Ormond, and after a short struggle he was again driven into exile.
He had still his own palatinate courts; he still collected his dues by force, driving away his clansmen's cattle, and distraining those who resisted him.
When that spark was kindled every other fell awaybefore it.
St. Patrick himself was thus carried off, and the annalists tell us that in the third century Cormac Mac Art ravaged the whole western coast of Britain, and brought away "great stores of slaves and treasures.
Henceforward the Irish Parliament drops away into all but complete insignificance.
Whole phases of life, whole types of character, whole modes of existence and ways of thought passed away then and have never been renewed.
Young Kildare, as he now was, was away in the south, but managed to throw some additional men into the castle, which was already strongly fortified, and believed in Ireland to be impregnable.
William was known, to be moving south to the attack, and accordingly Lauzan and Tyrconnel, with the rest of the French troops moved hastily away to Galway, leaving Sarsfield to defend Limerick as he could.
They raided one another's properties, slew one another's kerns, and carried one another away prisoner.
Unfortunately both for the country and for his own successors, Henry had no time to carry out his plans, and all that he had begun to organize fell away into disorder again after his departure.
The besiegers fled, leaving behind them their stores of provisions, and the conquerors thereupon marched away in triumph to the relief of FitzStephen.
This was a command which Nathan could not well disobey; but he looked toward Isaac while the latter was hurried away by Corporal 'Lige, as if there were yet other questions concerning this project which he would like to ask.
This leaving home, even to march away by the side of Corporal 'Lige, was not as pleasant as he had supposed, and for the moment he ceased to so much as think of the provision-bag.
Young Beman turned away quickly as if angry with this new friend, and observing the movement Corporal 'Lige asked Isaac: "What's the trouble with yon skinflint?
Then came the time when Nathan whispered: "He has at last rolled off the saplings, and I can crawl away without disturbing him.
After much abuse Tony runs away and gets a job as stable boy in a country hotel.
Andrew gets into trouble with a band of Seminole Indians and gets awaywithout having his scalp raised.
Nathan was no longer there, but from a short distance away came a slight rustling of the foliage, and Isaac waited, his heart beating so violently that it seemed positive the thumping must awaken their enemies.
Once with that youthful general they are given employment as spies, and enter the British camp, bringing away valuable information.
It is so full of exciting incidents that the reader is quite carried away with the novelty and realism of the narrative.