At noon dined, and then I out of doors to my bookseller in Duck Lane, but su moher not at home, and it was pretty here to see a pretty woman pass by with a little wanton look, and je did sequi her round about the street from Duck Lane to Newgate Market, and then elle did turn back, and je did lose her.

A severe cut, though quite incidental and very concise. Otiosos. Antith. to militare. Men in civil life, cf. note on otio, II. Otium auxit. Augere otium==sequi altissimum otium. Dr. Penitus==inwardly, i.e. sincerely, zealously. So R. But Dr.== prorsus, omnino, valde. Cultu modicus. Simple in dress, cf. note on cultus, G. 6. Comitatus, passive, so used by Cic. also. Uno aut altero. One or two.

Cudworth says, 'A good conscience is the best looking-glass of heaven' and there's serenity in my friend's face which always reflects it I wish you could see him, Harry." "Did he do you a great deal of good?" asked the lad, simply. "He might have done," said the other "at least he taught me to see and approve better things. 'Tis my own fault, deteriora sequi." "You seem very good," the boy said.

Ita consilium Britannorum in ipsos versum: transvectaeque praecepto ducis a fronte pugnantium alae, aversam hostium aciem invasere. Tum vero patentibus locis grande et atrox spectaculum: sequi, vulnerare, capere atque eosdem, oblatis aliis, trucidare.

"And who are those strange men with him?" faltered Madeline, alarmed, though she knew not why. NEQUICQUAM thalamo graves Hastas . . . . Vitabis strepitumque et celerem sequi Ajacem. HORACE: Od. xv. lib. 1.

The only word we can say with certainty is that Nature is infinite and tends to infinite expression. Verum ego me satis clare ostendisse puto, a summa Dei potentia sive infinita natura infinita infinitis modis, hoc est, omnia necessario effluxisse, vel semper eadem necessitate sequi; eodem modo, ac ex natura trianguli ab aeterno et in aeternum sequitur ejus tres angulos aequari duobus rectis.

Called upon to face Some awful moment to which heaven has joined Great issues, good or bad for humankind, Is happy as a lover, and attired With sudden brightness, like a man inspired.” However, he soon controlled himself, and said, “Quo ego vado, non potes me modo sequi; sequeris autem postea.”

G. 30: praeponere, etc. note. Here supply from retulit in the preceding number the idea: he made it his business or aim to know, etc. The author's fondness for antithesis is very observable in the several successive pairs here: noscere nosci; discere sequi; appetere recusare; anxius intentus. In jactationem. Al. jactatione.

At noon dined, and then I out of doors to my bookseller in Duck Lane, but su moher not at home, and it was pretty here to see a pretty woman pass by with a little wanton look, and je did sequi her round about the street from Duck Lane to Newgate Market, and then elle did turn back, and je did lose her.

He proposed to himself no vain and idle fancies; his design was to furnish us with precepts and things that more really and fitly serve to the use of life; "Servare modum, finemque tenere, Naturamque sequi."