Respectable do ye there stand, and stiff, and with straight backs, ye famous wise ones
But ye servants of the people, ye famous wise ones--how COULD ye go with me
At this, all that stood around whispered to one another, wondering what it all meant, and what three men the Queen was about to set against those famous archers of the King's guard.
But when the King's archers went to their tents, they told their friends all that had passed, and how that these four men were the famous Robin Hood and three of his band, to wit, Little John, Will Scarlet, and Allan a Dale.
At this no sound of shouting was heard, for, although it was the best shooting that had been done that day, the folk of London Town did not like to see the stout Tepus overcome by a fellow from the countryside, even were he as famous as Little John.
After the King had gone, all the yeomen of the archer guard came crowding around Robin, and Little John, and Will, and Allan, to snatch a look at these famous fellows from the mid-country; and with them came many that had been onlookers at the sport, for the same purpose.
Both were famous
warriors, but as their exploits had been performed in widely sundered countries, they had never before been able to cross lances.
Lorenzo Valla, one of the most famous
promoters of Italian learning, not only translated into Latin the Iliad of Homer and the Histories of Herodotus and Thucydides, but also the Fables of Aesop.
Georgia Nickname: The Peach State Famous
for: Coca-Cola & Jimmy Carter Pop: 4.
Brimming with photos of historic Coney Island, New York, Nathan's Famous
restaurants, and intimate family memories "Nathan's Famous
" details entrepreneurial spirit, business lessons, dramatic corporate missteps and growth.
With their blue-fire eyes and arms of blackbird feather, my true love, at last, returned home from the war and now I don't need to be famous
Beautifully produced and flawlessly recorded, "Lovely Baby Music Presents: The Famous
Composer Series" showcases the music of Bach, Beethoven and Mozart for preschoolers.