He went to college, and he got -- plucked, I think they call it: and then his uncles wanted him to be a barrister, and study the law: but he is such a dissipated young man, they will never make much of him, I think.".
d'athlete" to the elegance of the Apollo Belvidere.
permanent themes, and with sexual roles being the sub- ject of much debate over the last decade or so, it is inter- esting to consider how far and in what ways the movie industry has contributed either to understanding sexual mores or to distorting concepts of what "being a true man" is all about.
As Part One turns out, how- ever, we have a maze of plot with little clarity of motivation, a jungle of char- acters whose strange-sounding names we can't keep straight and .whose even stranger relationships aren't made clear in dialogue or in image, and a tangle of mixed animation styles more often in collision than in harmony.
The Prince of Wales is, he believes, 'a man of fine style and elegance.
Frustration at the 'mixed messages' he has received, with Harry and Meghan telling him not to apologise for the staged paparazzi pictures debacle, just hours before a Palace aide called and offered to help him 'make an apology'.
Forrest Fenn, 89, (inset) told the Santa Fe New Mexican on Sunday that a man who did not want his name released - but was from 'back East' - located the chest a few days ago and the discovery was confirmed by a photograph the man sent him.
P&O ferries said it had seen 'large, unpredicted numbers' at the French port since the government announced any international arrivals to Britain would have to comply with a two-week quarantine.
That's how a Frenchman described hell: 'J'ai vu l'ombre d'un cocher qui avec l'ombre d'une brosse frottait l'ombre d'une carrosse.
I followed him, shouting, 'Yes, yes, you are an Ispravnik, not a Napravnik.
and she was perhaps the more easily pleased from the fact that while she stood there she was conscious of much admiring observation on the part of various nice-looking people who passed that way, and to whom a distinguished, strikingly-dressed woman with a foreign air, exclaiming upon the beauties of nature on a Boston street corner in the French tongue, could not be an object of indifference.
but his brother, who is a clever man, has plans for him.
We know right well that a lion would fall foul of us as grimly as he would of a Frenchman or a Moldavian Jew, and we do not carry him before us in the smoke of battle.
To be deeply interested in the accidents of our existence, to enjoy keenly the mixed texture of human experience, rather leads a man to disregard precautions, and risk his neck against a straw.
And while he may not have known precisely what horrors the deluge of the French Revolution was destined to unleash, it is clear from this account that he was well aware that whatever followed him was going to be less rich, less glorious, less regal, and pretty much just less of everything.
But, every mistress he has is an enemy to her, but it's not much she can do about that.
Moving back and forth in time-from the actor's early days as a film star to fifteen years in the future, when a theater troupe known as the Traveling Symphony roams the wasteland of what remains-this suspenseful, elegiac, spellbinding novel charts the strange twists of fate that connect five people: the actor, the man who tried to save him, the actor's first wife, his oldest friend, and a young ac...
Mandel writes with such an understated elegance that there's a dark beauty and grace to her fallen world even as she acknowledges all the hardship and horrors of it.
The regular guy with a tough streak, the bad ass pursuing him, the honest law man, the worried wife, the roguish hustler looking for an angle, etc etc.
I told him the thing that surprised me the most about the film was how similar the scenes in the movie seemed to the book, that the way I had pictured certain sequences were almost exactly as they appeared in the film - which means the Coens must have followed even the most subtle of descriptions from the novel.
In 1895, Naser al-Din Shah's private physician, the Frenchman Joseph Désirè Tholozan, recommended that Khalil Khan be sent to Paris for further medical training.86 He was thirty-two at the time.
I followed him into the bedroom, and it's bad because sometimes curiosity gets you into trouble.
He rewarded in the usual way, by grants of lands, those men, French or English, who did him good service.
This survey of social class formation will serve two purposes: first, it will show the varied nature of human association in the realm of social stratification, of which man has experienced much since the dawn of history.
Now having become aged in the ordinary honors of the Senate, unpolished, married to a brewery girl, poor, lazy, disillusioned, his old Jacobin spirit and his sincere contempt for the people surviving his ambition, made of him a good man for the Government.
Therese, as she went out, relished the sharpness of the air and the dying splendor of the day.
Mr. "Thompson" kept a carelessly observant eye upon Mr. Venner during his stay at the hotel, and followed him to the cars when he left, looking over his shoulder when he bought his ticket at the station, and seeing him fairly off.
The Doctor's hired man had not the manners of a French valet.
A heavy fall followed, and some one swept him aside and struggled into the room of the fallen man.
There, without losing his dignity or the distinguished elegance that the loss of his red hair brought him, betook the proletariat to his bosom-the barefooted, the dirty, Indians, Caribs, babies, beggars, old, young, saints, soldiers and sinners-he missed none of them.
SAXON may be highly extolled: But I believe every man would think his life or fortune much less secure in the hands of a MOOR or TARTAR, than in those of a FRENCH or ENGLISH gentleman, the rank of men the most civilized in the most civilized nations.
The capitol is at present inhabited by Recollets, and chaplets are now distributed on the spot where vanquished kings fol- lowed the chariot of Paulus Aemilius.7 Let but an emperor take up his residence in Rome, and let this emperor be a Julius Caesar, every Roman will become a Caesar with him.
Nor was the vain-glorious Frenchman content with the reality of power.
At first the boy was enchanted by the kindness and condescension of so eminent a writer, haunted his door, and followed him about like a spaniel from coffee-house to coffee-house.
If someone now asks me why, today, this same method is followed more rigorously and applied more often among the French than among the Americans, among whom equality is nonetheless as complete and older, I will answer that it is due in part to two circumstances that must first be made clear.
but it is obvious that it had to find great opportunities for spreading at a period when nearly all the human species, like an immense flock, was mixed and mingled under the scepter of the Caesars, and when subjects, whoever they were, were so small in relation to the greatness of the prince, that when you came to compare them to him, the differences that could exist among them seemed nearly imperceptible.
He brought no dress-suit for one thing, not even a dinner-jacket, and he wore very low collars with big balloon ties like a Frenchman, and let his hair grow longer than was nice, she felt.
She took adventure in her hands and followed him.
In the company of a male relative she followed him there and exhorted him to go home and sober up.
If the nature of the disorder in question defines itself throughout the course of this work with sufficient sharpness and clarity to be recognizable as a pathologic entity, little doubt will remain that it presents a sociologic and psychiatric problem second to none.
More experiences followed, leading him eventually to contact psychical researcher Hereward.
By understanding this key point, it allows for mixed states of consciousness, and lessens the confusion that results from indiscriminately intermixing distinct states into the same broad classification (as LaBerge seemed to do by saying that OBEs appear indistinct from lucid dreams).
Today I'm a bit more level-headed, and I ask myself: What sort of madness comes over us to make us throw ourselves on another man, when he's done nothing to us, and bite him, cut his nose off, tear his ear out, run him through the guts - and all the time, calling on the Almighty to help us!
During the Cretan revolt of 1897 the family was sent to the island of Naxos, where he attended the French School of the Holy Cross, run by the Franciscans.
That Lucian was incredulous even of man's im- mortality does not much trouble him.
Dr. Caius, a contemporary physician, gives the following account of the origin and nature of this dreadful sickness : " In the year of our Lord God 1485, shortly after the 7th day of August, at which time King Henry VIL arrived at Milford in Wales out of France, and in the first year of his reign, there chanced a disease among the people, lasting the rest of that month and all September, which for...
I examined, too, in thought, the possibility of my ever being able to translate currently a certain little French story which Madame Pierrot had that day shown me.
and then his uncles wanted him to be a barrister, and study the law: but he is such a dissipated young man, they will never make much of him, I think.
At the time I didn't really think to much about it, but after I'd left, I was like, `Hold on a second - I've been with Varg Vikernes who just came out of prison for 17 years over stabbing someone & in a small room of his house with him holding a knife & him joking about killing me.
Paris for the world is a classy, elegance, fashion kind of thing.
In Nations and Nationalisms since 1780, Hobsbawm (1990) has analyzed nations and nationalism as a consequence of the political and social transformations that followed the American and French Revolu- tions.
In particular, American musicol- ogy has shown that Bartók's nationalism changed with his stylistic development and ultimately brought him into conflict with official Hungarian nationalism (Taruskin.
Ultimately, the paper comes to mixed conclusions.
It is a theory of what follows from what when de- as repertoires, and investigate their development and implementation across three examples of col- scribing the structure of reality -- but also, it offers an account of rational intellectual activity as shown laborative research in the life sciences.
I found that so far as opposition, control, etc. between the clans was concerned, the relations between them were reasonably symmetrical, and further, as to the question of differentiation between them, it could be shown that, though there were considerable differences, these followed no serial pattern.
Pascal, a Frenchman, the matter was rather different, and he no doubt thought of the reasons of the heart as a body of logic or computation as precise and complex as the reasons of consciousness.
The results of field research on language attitudes show a positive Gallo identity: 50% of the native speakers answered that Gallo was part of their identity as much as French and 78.6% of the students selected the same statement.
Yet, not all bretonnant speakers are able to understand this variety which causes mixed reactions from those who cannot identify with H. Recent notions related to the field of diglossia appear in Bulot (2007) under the expression 'cryptoglossia', which he uses to describe the type of diglossic environment in the area of Rennes.
And the man looks at him, gimlet-eyed, and says, "Well, did you enjoy it?
They eventually followed the same migration path as Abraham Lincoln's family through Kentucky, Tennessee, eventually into Illinois.
Bib lettuce and a delicate French dressing followed the main course - to clear your palette for cheese or desert or both.
The poor man was schizophrenic and had shown no signs of it during the previous year.
and in private life, practice beneficence without ostentation, and adorn hospitality with elegance, is the earnest and sincere wish of him who has the honour to be, SIR, Your most devoted, and most obedient humble servant, WATKIN TENCH.
Continued my walk, and looked at a little patch of wheat in the governor's garden, which was sown in drills, the ground being first mixed with a clay, which its discoverers pretended was marle: whatever it be, this experiment bespeaks not much in favour of its enriching qualities.
So important was this work, that some have credited him with "saving the Cambodian language" after the chaotic Khmer Rouge years destroyed so much educational and cultural infrastructure.
As shown by (5b), aj as well as cuun can be followed by the verb t `go'.
Like Pawley and Lane (1998), I think the real moral to be drawn from from SVCs in languages like Yimas and Kalam is that lexicon and grammar and conventionality and creativity interpenetrate each other in complex ways (a central insight in a different arena of language also of Bakhtin (1981)): the hybrid nature of SVCs tells us much about the complex mixed nature of language systems.
When I followed him, he walked even faster'.