You see it's hurrah for the Tsar, for Russia, for the Orthodox
His Thesis on the French Revolution was noteworthy in college annals, not merely for its painstaking and voluminous accuracy, but for the fact that it was the dryest, deadest, most formal, and most orthodox
screed ever written on the subject.
And when, in addition to this, the worn- out huskies pulled weakly, Hal decided that the orthodox
ration was too small.
sentiment and stereotyped emotion master you.
The good and just hate thee, and call thee their enemy and despiser; the believers in the orthodox
belief hate thee, and call thee a danger to the multitude.
answer was that day could not be called the cause of night, because it would not be followed by night if the earth's rotation were to cease, or rather to grow so slow that one complete rotation would take a year.
It was in those days rather a rare accomplishment, and led to her engagement with the orthodox
No one knew what her faith was--Catholic, Protestant, or Orthodox
Being buttoned up in a tightish blue surtout, with a buff waistcoat and gray trousers, he had something of a military air, but he announced himself at the Crozier (the orthodox
hotel, where he put up with a portmanteau) as an idle dog who lived upon his means; and he farther announced that he had a mind to take a lodging in the picturesque old city for a month or two, with a view of settling down there altogether.
It was painted a bright yellow, with the shafts and wheels picked out in black; and the driver sat in the orthodox
sporting style, on cushions piled about two feet above the rail.
In every other respect he conformed to the religion of the young settlement, and gained the name of being an orthodox
and straight-walking man.
The clergyman's horse, stumbling with a dull blunt sound among the graves, was cropping the grass; at once deriving orthodox
consolation from the dead parishioners, and enforcing last Sunday's text that this was what all flesh came to; a lean ass who had sought to expound it also, without being qualified and ordained, was pricking his ears in an empty pound hard by, and looking with hungry eyes upon his priestly neighbour.