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And I took and tore up the certificate and bunged the pieces on the floor. "Aué!" cried Uma, and began to clap her hands; but I caught one of them in mine. "And the second thing that he would do," said I, "if he was what I would call a man and you would call a man, Mr.

"No mercy shall they have," said the Manhikian grimly; "so rest thee content for a little while.... Aue!" He sprang to his feet, carbine in hand, for from out the thickset jungle there emerged a thing of horror to look upon. Chard, leaning upon his Winchester, was staggering down to the beach, with his lower jaw shot away.

"Aue!" said Marèko the tautai, with a laugh, as he ceased paddling and laid his paddle athwartships, "'tis like to be a hot day and calm. So much the better for our fishing, for the water will be very clear. Boy, give me a coconut to drink." "Take some whisky with it, Marèko," I said, taking a flask out of my basket. "Isa! Shame upon you! How can you say such a thing to me, a minister!"

Aué!” cried Uma, and began to clap her hands; but I caught one of them in mine. “And the second thing that he would do,” said I, “if he was what I would call a man and you would call a man, Mr.

Taylor, Wordsworth & Co., who have erected many of these machines in Leeds, Bradford, and Batley, inform us that they find they are adapted for the pressing of a wide variety of cloths, from Bradford goods and thin serges to the heavy pieces of Dewsbury and Batley. The inventor, Ernst Gessner, of Aue, Saxony, adopts an ingenious expedient for pressing goods with thick lists.

My think 'm dlinkee too muchee, too muchee vahine, maybe play cart, losee too muchee flanc. He thlinkee mo' bettah finish." The words of Fung Wah were poison in the ears of Llewellyn. He leaned forward and, raising his forefinger, pointed it at the Chinese. "Aue! You hold your damned yellow mouth!" he said huskily. "I'll get out of the islands if you people keep up this any longer.

She watched him closely, and was anxious to know what meat he had cooked, for he had said nothing about it. "When he had left, she rushed to the oven, opened the bamboo, and saw on pieces of meat the special tattoomarks of the thighs of her grandmother and grandfather. Aue! She was riri. She fell to the earth and wept, and then she was angry.

Lovaina was full of the horror of it, but with a just appreciation of the crime as a happening worth telling. The chefferie was filled with aues. "Aue!" cried Haamoura, the chief's wife. "Aue!" said the chief, and Rupert Brooke, with whom I had been swimming.

Our lists of early European kings carry names as full of meaning as theirs; Charles the Hammer, Edward the Confessor, Charles the Bold, Richard the Lion-Hearted, Hereward the Wake. Titihuti, having gravely finished her chant, stood for a moment in silence. Then, "Aue!" she said with a sigh. "No one will remember when I am gone.

So Taku stooped and picked it up from where it lay on the mat, and looked, and his eyes blazed, and he shouted out 'AUE! for it was the face of Farani that looked into his! And as he held it up in his hand to the people, they, too, shouted in wonder; and then the girl Temeteri cast aside those that stood about her, and tore it from his hand and fled.

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