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If patiently thy bidding they obey, Dismiss them not disconsolate; reveale To ADAM what shall come in future dayes, As I shall thee enlighten, intermix My Cov'nant in the Womans seed renewd; So send them forth, though sorrowing, yet in peace: And on the East side of the Garden place, Where entrance up from EDEN easiest climbes, Cherubic watch, and of a Sword the flame Wide waving, all approach farr off to fright, And guard all passage to the Tree of Life: Least Paradise a receptacle prove To Spirits foule, and all my Trees thir prey, With whose stol'n Fruit Man once more to delude.
We're taught to obey the man at our head: step off when he says so, and step in when he says so.
The general's order was therefore heard by him, and he hastened to obey it.
To see the manner in which he obeys Her is, between ourselves, to feel proud of being a woman.
My Lord (a true Englishman) blushes, bows, and obeys.
We obeyed the impulse to love one another, as a bird obeys the impulse to fly.
Judaea now and all the Promised Land, Reduced a province under Roman yoke, Obeys Tiberius, nor is always ruled With temperate sway: oft have they violated The Temple, oft the Law, with foul affronts, Abominations rather, as did once Antiochus.
Why, then, if the belt obeys you, were we unable to discover the Tin Woodman?
A woman whom every one obeys in this way is always singing, so Jacquotte laughed and warbled on the staircase; she was always humming something when she was not singing, and singing when she was not humming.
Innumerable little streams overlap and interlace one with another, exhibiting a sort of hybrid product, which obeys half way the law of currents, and half way that of vegetation.
As for your father, Richard has only to lift his finger and your father obeys him.
Within the same sentiment is the germ of intellectual growth, which obeys the same law.