Life is an obligation which friends often owe
each other in the wilderness.
For wee to him indeed all praises owe
, And daily thanks, I chiefly who enjoy So farr the happier Lot, enjoying thee Preeminent by so much odds, while thou Like consort to thy self canst no where find.
I would bear all this from a working woman without remonstrance, for she would owe
me no graces of manner or morals.
Of course, when I use these words, I do not mean to apply them to La Carlotta, who sings like a squirt and who ought never to have been allowed to leave the Ambassadeurs and the Cafe Jacquin; nor to La Sorelli, who owes
her success mainly to the coach-builders; nor to little Jammes, who dances like a calf in a field.
As the empire of the Abyssins terminates at these deserts, and as I have followed the course of the Nile no farther, I here leave it to range over barbarous kingdoms, and convey wealth and plenty into Egypt, which owes
to the annual inundations of this river its envied fertility.
It is now clearly seen that the telephone owes
nothing to Gray.
All that is very well," said Don Quixote; "but let the shoes and the blood-lettings stand as a setoff against the blows you have given him without any cause; for if he spoiled the leather of the shoes you paid for, you have damaged that of his body, and if the barber took blood from him when he was sick, you have drawn it when he was sound; so on that score he owes
The world owes
a great deal to persons who take such pains to please it.
Lay your hands upon the shoulder of John Carter," she said to them, turning toward me, "the man to whom Helium owes
her princess as well as her victory today.
Certainly; and your excellency now owes
me 4,999 louis.
Somo four heads, three from the dysentery, an' another wan from a tree fallin' on him the last fortnight.
It is quite bad enough to cruelly and unjustly suspect an old f riend who has never forgotten what he owes
to you and to himself.