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His servant Eurybates, a man of Ithaca, who waited on him, took charge of the cloak, whereon Ulysses went straight up to Agamemnon and received from him his ancestral, imperishable staff.
This, senor, is the Knight of the Rueful Countenance, if you have ever heard him named, whose valiant achievements and mighty deeds shall be written on lasting brass and imperishable marble, notwithstanding all the efforts of envy to obscure them and malice to hide them.
So saying she bound on her glittering golden sandals, imperishable, with which she can fly like the wind over land or sea; she grasped the redoubtable bronze-shod spear, so stout and sturdy and strong, wherewith she quells the ranks of heroes who have displeased her, and down she darted from the topmost summits of Olympus, whereon forthwith she was in Ithaca, at the gateway of Ulysses' house, disguised as a visitor, Mentes, chief of the Taphians, and she held a bronze spear in her hand.
But to General Monk, to the illustrious man of whose standard I believe I have taken measure, I say: `My lord, there is for you in the history of peoples and kings a brilliant place, an immortal, imperishable glory, if alone, without any other interest but the good of your country and the interests of justice, you become the supporter of your king.
Its only justification would be the painting of imperishable masterpieces.
It is a thing of joy that defies all cynicism and remains our imperishable treasure.
As a child, my Guerrero grandma, imperishable admirer of Jose Rizal, told me about two Spanish priests who returned to Laguna after the Americans had crushed the First Philippine Republic and established their colonial rule.
His teachings revolve around one objective: to establish the centrality of God in human mind and remove the gaps, if any, in the imperishable bond between man and his creator.
Your superlative goodness and kindness will remain imperishable memories for ever in the hearts of the millions you treated and those fortunate to have been associated with you.
The second reflects Paramatman, imperishable divinity as found in human beings in their earthly life.
His epitaph reads: "May your spirit live, may you spend millions of years, you who love Thebes, sitting with your face to the north wind, your eyes beholding happiness", a quotation taken from the Wishing Cup of Tutankhamun, and "O night, spread thy wings over me as the imperishable stars".
She said their imperishable sacrifices would be written in golden words on the pages of history.