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As Guerdon Hall disintegrates and Cora and Mimi battle to survive, the story builds to a terrifying climax.
In addition, Main Street and its co-investor in the financing are also providing Guerdon an undrawn revolving line of credit to support its future working capital needs.
Main Street and its co-investor are also providing Guerdon an undrawn revolving line of credit to support its future working capital needs.
Michael Hays identifies the handkerchief as a standard kind of chivalric "token" of love (169), and Rosalie Colie calls it "a common guerdon exchanged between lady and knight" (153).
In accordance with his earlier comments about preparing the translation for the public good, he claims in the preface that he expects no remuneration for his efforts: 'No hier nor no guerdon [reward], I do crave for this my payne'.
We know not the goal of their going, what guerdon we have for our sorrow, Nor why their feet be of iron, and stony the way that they tread, Nor if we may look for good tidings and joy of a merciful morrow, And if there be rest for the souls they have trampled when all shall have sped.
A twelvemonth only since his sword Went flashing thro' the battle-- A twelvemonth only since his ear Heard war's last deadly rattle; And yet have countless pilgrim feet The pilgrim's guerdon paid him, And weeping women come to see The place where they have laid him.
House you were born in, Friends of your spring-time, Old man and young maid, Day's toil and its guerdon, They are all vanishing, Fleeing to fables, Cannot be moored.
Or te rendrai itel guerdon CAO 6937 La terre avrat maleicon In sudore vultus tui vesceris pane Ou tu uoldras ton ble semer tuo, dixit dominus ad Adam, cum Il te faldrat al fruit porter operatus fueris terram, non dabit Ele est maleite sor ta main fructos suos, sed spinas et tribulos Tu le cotiueras en vain.
A Most Learned, Conscientious, and Devout-Exercise, written by one Aaron Guerdon, purported to be a sermon delivered by Cromwell before his departure for Ireland in summer 1649.
44) Together both, ere the high lawns appeared (25) (45) Batt'ning our flocks with the fresh dews of night(29) (46) Fanning their joyous leaves to thy soft lays (44) (47) But the fair guerdon when we hope to find (73) (48) Set off to th' world, nor in broad rumor lies (80) (49) But swoln with wind, and the rank mist they draw (126) (50) But that two-handed engine at the door(*) (130) (51) Ye valleys low where the mild whispers use (136) (52) On whose fresh lap the swart star sparely looks (138)
And to themselves in these the days that try their souls, the chance to soar in the dim blue air above the smoke is to their finer spirits boon and guerdon for what they lose on earth by being black.