"He pu pu pulled down my mountain right to the ground," sobbed Patsy, lifting a pale, tear-stained face distorted with passion. "Never mind, Patsy," she said soothingly, "I'll help you to build it up again." "And they all laughed at me," continued Patsy, still sobbing stormily. "And I'll knock their blank, blank heads off, so I will!"
Pu Wecker des Lebens, siegendes Licht!" The tempo quickened and the rhythm; and the tones grew higher and richer, ringing, more passionate. Such acting such singing! It was as if the Walküre herself had come out of the trance back to life, and the audience saw Brünnhilde in the flesh. The House reverberated to the sound of her voice; it was a glory, a revelation.
"Not a sound, young man, if you value your life. Who and what are you?" "I -I'm a Pu -Pu -Pony Rider Boy." "A what?" "A Pu -Pony Rider Boy." "What are you doing here?" "Ga -gathering firewood." "Who is your party?" "Pro -professor Ze -Zep -Zepplin and the boys," stammered the fat boy, trembling at the knees. "I haven't done anything, but I'm a bu -bu -bad man when I get ma -mad."
Walking his horse up the steep, he dismounted, and raising his cap presented the letter. King William, breaking the imperial seal, read these phrases, which, if somewhat dramatic, are striking in their brevity: "MONSIEUR MON FRERE N'ayant pu mourir au milieu de mes troupes, il ne me reste qu' a remettre mon epee entre les mains de Votre Majeste. "Je suis de Votre Majeste, "le bon Frere,
Darwin lays such great stress, he had no conception; indeed, he doubts whether there really are such things as extinct species, unless they be such large animals as may have met their death at the hands of man; and so little does he dream of there being any other destructive causes at work, that, in discussing the possible existence of fossil shells, he asks, "Pourquoi d'ailleurs seroient-ils perdues dès que l'homme n'a pu opérer leur destruction?"
Je sens parfaitement bien, que la Celebrité de Votre nom ainsi que l'amitié dont Vous m'honorez, exigeroient de moi la dédicace d'un bien plus important ouvrage. La seule chose qui a pu me déterminer
When tea-time came the children had become fast friends by means of nods, shakes of the head, and the Chinese word 'pu'; which shows that little girls can get on very well together even when they don't chatter all the time.
Occasionally a rag-picker, or some humble person so little separated from the life hereafter that to push a trifle closer does not spell much peril, can be seen hooking up rags and whatnots from the piles of Peking offal. If you speak to him he gives an unintelligent pu chih tao "I do not know" and moves boorishly on.
But though these things might be true in these needful times, she contended that those ministers who had not seen such vouchsafed and especial mercies, were to seek their rule in the records of ancient times; and therefore Reuben was carefu' both to search the Scriptures and the books written by wise and good men of old; and sometimes in this way it wad happen that twa precious saints might pu' sundry wise, like twa cows riving at the same hayband."
Pu. Abandon the error of difference. All these and other texts, the purport of which clearly is instruction as to the essential nature of things, declare that Brahman only, i.e. non-differenced pure intelligence is real, while everything else is false. The appearance of plurality is due to avidya.