And that man intends to put a girdling ditch round the whole in the course of forty months, and so redeem
it by the magic of his spade.
So Heav'nly love shal outdoo Hellish hate, Giving to death, and dying to redeeme, So dearly to redeem what Hellish hate So easily destroy'd, and still destroyes In those who, when they may, accept not grace.
With that sum you can extricate yourself from your present difficulties; and when you are full of money again, you can redeem it, and take it back cleansed from its ancient stains, as it will have passed through the hands of usurers.
This ring would certainly only recall very bitter remembrances; then we shall never be masters of three hundred pistoles to redeem it, so that we really should lose two hundred pistoles by the bargain.
These are all so many empty words, my dear sir," said Morcerf: "they might satisfy a new acquaintance, but the Comte de Morcerf does not rank in that list; and when a man like him comes to another, recalls to him his plighted word, and this man fails to redeem
the pledge, he has at least a right to exact from him a good reason for so doing.
Well," said the wife, "suppose you were to advance some money on the things yourself, and then if she liked to redeem
'em when she got home, she could.
Then, coming up to Athos with a smile, he would kiss his hand, like the dog who, having been beaten, caresses a respected master, to redeem
Now let us redeem them and play something else," said Will, quite unconscious of the deeply-laid plots all about him.
Here's a very pretty pawn, and what shall be done to redeem it?
I traded for postage-stamps, for minerals, for curios, for birds' eggs, for marbles (I had a more magnificent collection of agates than I have ever seen any boy possess--and the nucleus of the collection was a handful worth at least three dollars, which I had kept as security for twenty cents I loaned to a messenger-boy who was sent to reform school before he could redeem
Not even the sunset could redeem
the dead, sodden landscape and rotten black harbor ice upon which he looked.
No man can deliver his brother, nor make agreement unto God for him," I replied: "it cost more to redeem
their souls - it cost the blood of an incarnate God, perfect and sinless in Himself, to redeem
us from the bondage of the evil one:- let Him plead for you.