If he possesses
an unusual share of native energy, or the enervating magic of place do not operate too long upon him, his forfeited powers may be redeemable.
What fury O Son, Possesses
thee to bend that mortal Dart Against thy Fathers head?
A thousand men in cloth of gold, mounted upon richly caparisoned elephants, go before him, and as the procession moves onward the officer who guides his elephant cries aloud, `Behold the mighty monarch, the powerful and valiant Sultan of the Indies, whose palace is covered with a hundred thousand rubies, who possesses
twenty thousand diamond crowns.
His house is twenty times larger than mine; he possesses
great knowledge, but he cannot bear the sun and the beautiful flowers, and speaks slightingly of them, for he has never seen them.
These three books," said the curate, "are the best that have been written in Castilian in heroic verse, and they may compare with the most famous of Italy; let them be preserved as the richest treasures of poetry that Spain possesses
The diet possesses
the general power of legislating for the empire; of making war and peace; contracting alliances; assessing quotas of troops and money; constructing fortresses; regulating coin; admitting new members; and subjecting disobedient members to the ban of the empire, by which the party is degraded from his sovereign rights and his possessions forfeited.
Our epoch, the epoch of the bourgeoisie, possesses
, however, this distinctive feature: it has simplified the class antagonisms: Society as a whole is more and more splitting up into two great hostile camps, into two great classes, directly facing each other: Bourgeoisie and Proletariat.
One lived in Normandy, another at Bourges, a third (with whom we have here to do) flourished in Alencon, and doubtless the South possesses
But the very fact that a Line is visible implies that it possesses
yet another Dimension.
The Museum of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris possesses
one of these defensive weapons, two yards and a quarter in length, and fifteen inches in diameter at the base.
Each village forms a petty sovereignty, governed by its own chief, who, however, possesses
but little authority, unless he be a man of wealth and substance; that is to say, possessed of canoe, slaves, and wives.
But in Jerry's vocabulary, "Mister Haggin" possessed all the definiteness of sound and meaning that the word "master" possesses
in the vocabularies of humans in relation to their dogs.