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Sleepy old brother Athanasius, at the porter's cell, had a fleeting vision of twinkling feet and flying skirts; but before he had time to rub his eyes the recreant had passed the lodge, and was speeding as fast as his sandals could patter along the Lyndhurst Road.
The outer room through which they had to pass, was full of men; among them, Mr Dennis in safe keeping; and there, had been since yesterday, lying in hiding behind a wooden screen which was now thrown down, Simon Tappertit, the recreant 'prentice, burnt and bruised, and with a gun-shot wound in his body; and his legs--his perfect legs, the pride and glory of his life, the comfort of his existence--crushed into shapeless ugliness.
And how shows this recreant conduct in a man on whom unequal laws are known to have fallen heavy?
Le film commence par une scene recreant la Fete des morts au Mexique.
majority: "[A] recreant intelligence department employee who had
How many of these recreant propagandists have taken a bullet from the Taliban before attempting to blacklist a model of peace, through an array of pathetic, blatant assertions?
le Gabon, grace a la cyberculture souhaite recevoir en retour, sous forme numerique, des collectionneurs des institutions publiques ou parapubliques, des oeuvres historiques du patrimoine gabonais aujourd'hui dispersees de par le monde, recreant ainsi un droit a la memoire culturelle pour nos enfants et nous tous, (gabonart.
The most significant change in this area was Greece's doubled efforts to rectify its negative perceptions in the eyes of its EU partners who tended to perceive Greece as an awkward and recreant partner clinging to long-held national positions at the expense of community solidarity.
Lincoln's succinct response puts the issue of Chase's character in what I think is the precisely right light: "To have done otherwise," he said, "I should have been recreant to my convictions of duty to the Republican party and to the country.
And even if he does or did know about it, it is entirely possible that his choice of little Osawatomie could have been motivated by a desire to invoke Rough Rider Roosevelt and not recreant Reds.
Sur ces deux disques, Fogerty joue de tous les instruments (y compris le violon, le banjo, et la << steel-guitar >>) en recreant des standards de la musique populaire americaine : dans le premier cas, il choisit des pieces anciennes, souvent proches du country (<< Jambalaya >>), du gospel (<< Working on a Building >>), pour les enregistrer dans des arrangements rythmes et modernises qui s'apparentent au country-rock le plus energique.
For withholding relief from the suffering, for failure to respond to the calls of worthy charity, or for faltering in the bestow meat of brotherly love on the unfortunate, penalties are found not in the laws of men, but in that higher law, the violation of which b condemned by the voice of conscience, whose sentence of punishment for the recreant act is swift and sure.