The fire shall always burn on the altar, because charity should always burn in our hearts.
True is it that the Chaldeans, which worship fire, compel others to do the same, and burn other idols.
Is it your fault if an accursed fool of a priest chose to burn the mannikin upon an altar, and thus bring this god to his lamented end?
As for Janees himself, his thoughts are here, I feel his eyes burnme through this wooden screen.
But I shall get the blame of it, for the Queen and Asti know the truth, and soon or late it will come out, and they will burn me as a sorceress, sending me to the Underworld with the blood of Pharaoh upon my hands.
She heard the doctor's breathing as he bent over her, she smelled the tobacco odour of his clothing, and felt her cheek burn as though seared beneath his scrutiny.
The attack was so unwarranted that, although she felt her face burn with indignation, she was able to regard him with sudden calm detachment, noting curiously his twitching mouth, his laboured breathing.
Mind, the lighted pieces of paper falling from above might burn you.
Lin Tai-yü imagined that the burn was of an extremely serious nature, and she hastened to approach him with a view to examine it.
Grandmother and my mother bade me put this on and go and pay my visit; and here I go and burn it, on the first day I wear it.
Take seven sheets of white paper money, and, advancing forty steps due west, burn them and exorcise the spirit; recovery will follow at once!
If you will admit me into the club, I shall be even willing to sweep the floors and burn the incense.
At the outset, the girl obstinately prevaricated, but when she eventually heard that lady Feng intended to take a red-hot branding-iron and burn her mouth with, she at last sobbingly spoke out.
Take this feather of mine, and if you come across Steelpacha and find yourself in great danger, then burn my feather; that very moment I will come to your aid with the whole strength of my army.
She was a tall, dark woman of thirty, with a rather sallow complexion and a touch of dull salmon red in her cheeks, where the blood seemed to burnunder her brown skin.
He is just as liable as not to kill us all, or burn the barn, or poison the dogs.
Why did young Adams burn his mill to beat the insurance companies and go to the pen?
What if the house should burn down and destroy them all?
Now you git, dad-burn ye, before I do the world a favor and fill you full of lead!
In this indurated condition the gun cotton will burn freely, but it has not been possible to detonate it even when closely confined and exposed to the initial detonation of large masses of mercury fulminate.
If the load is increased the motor will run slower and the current will become greater, thus increasing the pull, but the armature will continue to rotate until the current becomes so great as to burn out the insulation.
But Jaap having served, in a manner, was entitled to burn as much gunpowder as he pleased.
I could overlook the attempt to burn the Nest House, but I cannot overlook this.
I have heard your name mentioned as one of those who were at the Nest with my father when he was a young man, Susquesus," I resumed, "and when the Canada Indians attempted to burn the house.
Failing the apprehension of the murderers, the commander was instructed "to burn the village, and inflict such other punitive methods upon the people generally" as he deemed fit.
She rubbed the burn scars on her arms--scars that, in spite of her years of experience with irons and mangles and press machines, she reinforces frequently with fresh burns.
Grandma rubbed the burn scars on her arms nervously, skirting around the newest, tender ones.
Every day we had expeditions to burn and destroy disaffected villages and we had taken our revenge.
He remained among the stones long enough for the wood to burn down nearly to his hand.
He then sat down, and referred again to the entry, every word he uttered seeming to burn itself in forever (as she expressed it) on her memory and her heart.
Now the old woman in the east told her youngest son to hurry on with his torches, burn the dun, and come back without delay; for the stirabout was boiling and he must not be too late for supper.
He is such a man that sword cannot cut him, fire cannot burn him, water cannot drown him, and 'tis no easy thing to get the better of him.
Fin chewed his thumb to the marrow, and then knew that on the eastern side of the world there lived an old hag with her three sons, and every evening at nightfall she sent the youngest of these to burn the king's dun.