He pointed to two recent novels lying on the table, both of them brilliant glorifications of sordid forms of adultery. Meynell's look fired. "Ah! but let us distinguish. We are not anarchists as those men are. Our claim is precisely that we are, and desire to remain, a part of a Society a definite community with definite laws of a National Church of the nation, that is, in its spiritual aspect.

Such was the attitude of the Van Winkle boys, if not their argument. For years old Bleecker Van Winkle had paid for their automobiles, their polo ponies, their pony ballets, their lobsters and other glorifications, and he had finally reached the conclusion that while it was practically impossible for him to part with his money, he was nevertheless a fool. So he sat him down to think.

This view the latter part of the Sutra sets aside 'on account of newness. Texts, as the one referring to the Udgitha, cannot be mere glorifications; for the fact of the Udgitha being the best of essences is not established by any other means of proof, and the text under discussion cannot therefore be understood as a mere anuvada, meant for glorification.

He clutched hold of Ambrose with a sudden grasp; Ambrose too looked and recoiled for a moment, while the colour spread over his face. "Yes, lads. Can you brook the thought! Harry Randall is the poor fool!" Stephen, whose composure had already broken down, burst into tears again, perhaps mostly at the downfall of all his own expectations and glorifications of the kinsman about whom he had boasted.

Love is a lifting no less than a swelling of the heart, What changes, what metamorphoses, transformations, purifications, glorifications, this or that love must undergo ere it take its eternal place in the kingdom of heaven, through all its changes yet remaining, in its one essential root, the same, let the coming redemption reveal. The hope of all honest lovers will lead them to the vision.

She liked to impress Levison and other with highly-coloured reminiscences of her grand acquaintances; even the Tremenheeres with whom she had quarrelled so bitterly were dragged in and shown off as intimates. More than once Shafto had felt his face burn, as exaggerations and glorifications were unfolded in his parent's far-carrying and assertive treble. Besides Mr.

I was silent, pondering. "Maria cook wants to see Miss Daisy bad. She bid me tell Miss Daisy won't she come down in de kitchen, and see all the works she's a-doin' for Christmas, and de glorifications?" "I? I'll come if I can," I answered. I asked my aunt and got easy leave; and Christmas eve I went down to the kitchen. That was the chosen time when Maria wished to see me.

They may properly be called histories of the incarnations of Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, and glorifications of Krishna. And the very nature of the subjects with which they deal gives free scope to an unbridled imagination and to the most reckless exaggeration.

I was silent, pondering. "Maria cook wants to see Miss Daisy bad. She bid me tell Miss Daisy won't she come down in de kitchen, and see all the works she's a-doin' for Christmas, and de glorifications?" "I? I'll come if I can," I answered. I asked my aunt and got easy leave; and on Christmas eve I went down to the kitchen. That was the chosen time when Maria wished to see me.

Perhaps our great virtue of the historical sense is in necessary contrast to GOOD taste, at least to the very bad taste; and we can only evoke in ourselves imperfectly, hesitatingly, and with compulsion the small, short, and happy godsends and glorifications of human life as they shine here and there: those moments and marvelous experiences when a great power has voluntarily come to a halt before the boundless and infinite, when a super-abundance of refined delight has been enjoyed by a sudden checking and petrifying, by standing firmly and planting oneself fixedly on still trembling ground.