But, accustomed to back and fill, retreat and return to the charge, he was able to endure being struck at, turn and turn about, by his own party, by the opposition, by the court, by the clergy, because to all such attacks he opposed the inert force of a substance which was equally soft and consistent; thus he reaped
the benefits of what was really his misfortune.
Then it was that we socialists reaped
the fruit of Hearst's pseudo- socialistic preaching; for the great Majority of his followers came over to us.
No advantage can be reaped
from this deed, whatever it is, save by the girl herself, or her husband; and the possession of this deed by one or other of them is indispensable to any advantage being gained.
It is necessary to look forward to a harvest, however distant that may be, when some fruit will be reaped
, some good effected.
Our beloved who gave us our bread, who sowed and reaped
for us, who watched over our happiness, who guided us through life, who ruled so kindly among us.
What do you consider to be the greatest blessing which you have reaped
from your wealth?
If however, from too much conversing with material objects, the soul was gross, and misplaced its satisfaction in the body, it reaped
nothing but sorrow; body being unable to fulfil the promise which beauty holds out; but if, accepting the hint of these visions and suggestions which beauty makes to his mind, the soul passes through the body and falls to admire strokes of character, and the lovers contemplate one another in their discourses and their actions, then they pass to the true palace of beauty, more and more inflame their love of it, and by this love extinguishing the base affection, as the sun puts out the fire by shining on the hearth, they become pure and hallowed.
Though the captain had effectually demolished poor Partridge, yet had he not reaped
the harvest he hoped for, which was to turn the foundling out of Mr Allworthy's house.
She reached the top of the stairs just as her farmer came up, three at a jump, and reaped
and garnered her, with nothing left for the gleaners.
This I was very glad of, you may be sure, and about the latter end of December, which was our second harvest of the year, I reaped my corn.
However, as my first crop was but small, I had no great difficulty to cut it down; in short, I reaped it in my way, for I cut nothing off but the ears, and carried it away in a great basket which I had made, and so rubbed it out with my hands; and at the end of all my harvesting, I found that out of my half-peck of seed I had near two bushels of rice, and about two bushels and a half of barley; that is to say, by my guess, for I had no measure at that time.
As a result of the collection of several taxes, the provincial finance delegation in Cunene reaped
at least AKZ 14.