But the pharaoh must see everything, whatever it be, on which fall the divine rays of Osiris." "The priests will be my servants, not my ministers." "They are the most faithful servants. Thanks to their prayers thy father reigns thirty-three years, and avoids war which might be fatal." "To the priests?" "To the pharaoh and the state!" interrupted the lady.

In going about one naturally avoids obstructions, and if anything is in the way he walks around or steps over it. This is seen in the attitude assumed in sitting and in standing, in the position of the hands for different kinds of work, in the variations of the circulation of the blood in the skin, and in the movements for protecting the body.

And that is why he remains undisturbed. For an American, being robbed so simply, never tells of his humiliating experience. He goes home, and avoids Sicily ever after." "H-m-m. I understand." "But if you do not pay, you are not permitted to leave this place. You are killed at once, and the incident is over. Il Duca does not love to murder, but he takes no chances." "I see.

We may talk of the picture or the drama that he creates, we may plainly say that he avoids mere statement altogether, because at the level of fiction the whole interest is in another region; we are simply concerned with the method by which he selects the information he offers.

"While mules don't nacherally go scoutin' for loco, an' commonly avoids said weed when found, if they ever does taste it once, they never quits it as long as they lives. It's like whiskey to Huggins an' Old Monte; the appetite sort o' goes into camp with 'em an' takes possession. No; a locoed mule ain't vicious nor voylent; it's more like the tree-mors he sees spectacles that ain't thar none.

I think the relation may be called simply "simultaneity." It might be said that at any moment all sorts of things that are not part of my experience are happening in the world, and that therefore the relation we are seeking to define cannot be merely simultaneity. This, however, would be an error the sort of error that the theory of relativity avoids.

Servigny looked on, having become serious, a little disturbed, a little chilled to see her so much at her ease in this common place. A sort of instinct revolted in him, that instinct of the proper, which a well-born man always preserves even when he casts himself loose, that instinct which avoids too common familiarities and too degrading contacts. Astonished, he muttered to himself: "Egad!

Incontestably the young man feels very much of a fool; but he must be a perfect Malvolio, sick with self-love, if he cannot take an open buffet and still smile. The correction of silence is what kills; when you know you have transgressed, and your friend says nothing and avoids your eye. If a man were made of gutta-percha, his heart would quail at such a moment.

Come you out and endure two and a half. You are three years younger than I. Why do you sit at home and drill new men? Remember: The Brahman who steals, The widow who wears ornaments, The Rajput who avoids the battle, Are only fit for crows' meat. You write me that this is a war for young men? The old are not entirely useless. That work caused me the coldness in my stomach.

For philosophy is satisfied with a few judges, and of her own accord industriously avoids the multitude, who are jealous of it, and utterly displeased with it; so that, should any one undertake to cry down the whole of it, he would have the people on his side; while, if he should attack that school which I particularly profess, he would have great assistance from those of the other philosophers.