A Syrian from Tyre, in a long crimson robe, was talking animatedly to a man whose decided features and crisp, curly, black hair proclaimed him an Israelite.
Hunger is a good thing," philosophized the Sybarite once more, "when a man has a good meal in prospect.
And now Sappho's brother, who had till then remained undistinguished among the many strangers at Naukratis, became a noted man through Rhodopis.
In their naked beauty, glistening with the golden oil, the youth and the manstood opposite to one another, like a panther and a lion preparing for the combat.
His companion, on the contrary, a man perhaps twenty years younger, of a slender and delicate build, was seldom still.
You are the first man to bring us news of the Olympic games!
I should rejoice to know that such a first-rate man was going to take my place, if I did not at the same time fear that his eminent services will make my own poor efforts seem even more insignificant than they really were.
But at last the stillness was broken by Joshua the Jew, who began thus, in broken Greek: "Weep thy fill, O man of Sparta!
During their journey, the grey-haired, moody man had not spoken one word, and the other had left him to his meditations.
He was a tall thin man of over sixty, with a head of that oval form which gives the impression of refinement and intellect.
Recklessness is quite as foolish, but not so blamable as cowardice, for though both do the man an injury, the latter alone can dishonor him.
Your average Japanese manon the street still isn't too enthusiastic about the Soviets.
The man he'd wounded had merely disappeared into the palace labyrinth.
This Man must be found and told that I forbid Him to raise the dead.
One of the two professors was very popular, beloved by all, passing for a sage, a great poet, and a man of advanced ideas.
That's the celebrated governor of Pangasinan, a good man who loses his appetite whenever any Indian fails to salute him.
It was reported in Manila, added the traveler, that the young man would be deported to the Carolines, having been forced to sign a petition beforehand, in which he declared that he asked it voluntarily.
Naturally, the brilliant Paulita could no longer love a young man who so erroneously understood social matters and whom all condemned.
The dead man had had two wounds, which must have been made by firearms, as he knew from what he had since studied, and which would be the result of the chase on the lake.
Tadeo followed her gaze and saw a man in a false mustache with an extraordinarily large nose.
One and all you forget that while a people preserves its language, it preserves the marks of its liberty, as a man preserves his independence while he holds to his own way of thinking.
What a peculiar man this Simoun is, what notions he has!
Richelieu had a Capuchin adviser who was called the Gray Eminence; well, that's what this man is to the General.
There are no distinctions, there are no exceptions, nothing but a fact, a right, an aggression, and every honestman who does not place himself on the side of the wronged makes himself an accomplice and stains his conscience.
He survived the battle like a man whose life is charmed, though all around him comrades fell and three horses were shot under him.
This much I noticed idly as Ned trudged away from us, walking more like a man on his way to the gallows than one who went to keep a lovers' rendezvous .
The older I grow, the more I feel inclined to let every man and woman, every boy and girl, act out himself, or herself.
The Chairman of the Infant Insurance Committee, asked a skilled witness, "Is a man his own child, or another person's child?
As for your precious bells, I can't dine with a man at the Club without hearing the confounded things pealing out the moment I let myself in.
If you think a man ought to have a nickname, invent one for him.
Superintendents had come to, and departed from, the Rainbow.
And, lo, the sinews and the flesh came upon them, but there was no breath in them.
Every living man in America in 1776 who could read, read 'Common Sense.
Sir Francis Burdett: "Ministers know that a united people are not to be resisted; and it is this that we must understand by what is written in the works of an honest man too long calumniated.
That was the same unswerving man they had been following, and to all accusations against the revolution their answer was--Paine is still there.
Take the following epigram: 'To argue with a man who has renounced the use of Reason is like administering medicine to the dead.
London Daily News: "He was always a man of peace, and to him is due the first project of international arbitration.
And let me say to the church, it ill becomes you to point to the alleged moral delinquencies of this man while your own garments are soiled and crimsoned with the vice and crime of centuries.
Gaynor: "What a strange thing it is that that extraordinary manwas so long set down as an Atheist.
Judge Thomas Herttell: "No man in modern ages has done more to benefit mankind, or distinguished himself more for the immense moral good he has effected for his species, than Thomas Paine.
Edward Bond Foote: "As Lincoln was the man for his time and place, so Paine fitted perfectly and filled remarkably the niche which history allotted to him.
The 'Age of Reason' was the protest of a highly moral man against the doings of a deeply immoral God.
And therfore thei wolde lye with here fadre, for to have issue, and for to replenysschen the world azen with peple, to restore the world azen be hem: for thei trowed, that ther had ben no mo men in alle the world.
And Seynt Poul, in his Epistles, writeth to hem of that Ile, ad Colossenses.
Here, how many prayers we vttered, what abundance of teares we shed, what deepe sighs we breathed foorth, our Lord Iesus Christ onely knoweth.
They notwithstanding continuing their purpose, at the next mery wind tooke shipping, and for want of ships left 200.
And in that lond men fynden many fayre emeraudes and y nowe.
And he that kepeth it clanly a yere, aftre that yere, hyt turneth yn to flesche and bloode.
And right nyghe, on the left syde, is Gabaon and Rama and Beniamyn; of the whiche holy writt spekethe offe.
Little boy, you must not meddle," said the blind man again.
But pretty soon the blind man heard the sound of shears going across the table.
This was a bit of the modern war one reads about--it was a picture from some fanciful story of Mr. H.
You can imagine how a Frenchman--he was a young fellow, who lived in a rear tenement over on the other side of Montmartre--would write that song.
We rattled along the hard highroad, paved with Belgian blocks, with a well-pounded dirt path at the side for bicycles, between almost uninterrupted rows of low houses and tiny fields in which men and women both were working.
That night, an hour or two after midnight, in my hotel by the water-front, I awoke to the steady clatter of hoofs on cobblestones and the rumble of wheels.
In one village a group of half-drunken men, who insisted on jeering the Germans were put at the head of a column and compelled to march several miles before they were released.
That afternoon under my window there was a tall wagon, a sort of hay wagon, in which there were twenty-two little tow-headed children, none more than eight or ten and several almost babies in arms.
Without exactly being on the stage, she yet appeared to live on the fringe of it, and combined the slangy freedoms of a chorus girl with a certain quick wisdom and hard sense.