Give me an old farm, with its stone-walls draped with Poison-Ivy and Glycine, and verdurous with a mixed array of Viburnums, Hazels, and other wild shrubbery, harboring thousands of useful birds, and smiling over the abundant harvests which they surround, before the finest artistical landscape in the world!
Half asleep, they could hear the joyous crickets chirping and the showers falling; the breath of the autumn earth honeysuckle, clematis, glycine, and new-mown hay filled the house and soothed their senses. The silence of the night. In the distance dogs barked. Cocks crowed. Dawn comes.
We needed not only the essential bulk chemicals, such as amidol, metol, para-amidophenol, and glycine, but also certain rarer substances, such as the photographic sensitisers, which were so essential for the Air Force.
For a second mental images hovered tremblingly at the back of his mind, like a light flickering and dying down ... a house in the country with glycine on the walls: a garden where a child was playing: a boy lying on the turf: a little fountain plashing in its stone basin: a little girl laughing.... They drove out of Paris. They crossed the vast plains of France shrouded in mist.
"Yes, but that room with two windows, on the second story " "I know it, we call it the glycine room. But how will you find it? There are three staircases and a labyrinth of passages. I can give you the clue and explain the way to you, but you would get lost just the same." "Come with me," said Beautrelet, laughing. "I can't. I have promised to go to my mother in the South."
We gathered the ripened seeds of several beautiful species of glycine from New Holland, which the governor of Cumana, Mr. Emparan, had successfully cultivated, and which grow wild on the coasts of South America. The only fine port of the Canary Islands is that of St.
Down the lawns of the villas flowed streams of purple anemones and sheets of violets. The glycine clambered up the umbrella-shaped pines, and the wind blowing over the city brought the scent of the roses of the Palatine. They went for walks together.