I don't believe in religion, for I don't see that your religious people are any better than the rest
of the round, the three long minutes of it, was a succession of clinches and breaks.
In the same manner, they marched to the place of rendezvous agreed upon, made great fires in the fields, and reserving the most valuable of their spoils, burnt the rest
. Priestly garments, images of saints, rich stuffs and ornaments, altar-furniture and household goods, were cast into the flames, and shed a glare on the whole country round; but they danced and howled, and roared about these fires till they were tired, and were never for an instant checked.
Upon his knees Nicholas gave him this pledge, and promised again that he should rest
in the spot he had pointed out.
She wondered what had become of the rest
of the party.
The struggle with Japan and the rest
of Asia for India was merely delayed.
He worked at it in the evenings in the granary loft, and the rest
of us forebore to question him concerning it, because he evidently disliked talking about his literary efforts.
"I have a magic charm powerful enough to accomplish that wonderful feat, and now that we have been warned of our danger by the Nome King's invasion, I believe we must not hesitate to separate ourselves forever from all the rest
of the world."
This last man was not on good terms with his fellows, and had less of the doctor's confidence than any of the rest
However, the victim had saved his form for that occasion, for the Doctor turned to the top bench, and put on the best boys for the rest
of the hour and though, at the end of the lesson, he gave them all such a rating as they did not forget, this terrible field-day passed over without any severe visitations in the shape of punishments or floggings.
On the memorable day of the Crucifixion he stood in this old doorway with his arms akimbo, looking out upon the struggling mob that was approaching, and when the weary Saviour would have sat down and rested
him a moment, pushed him rudely away and said, "Move on!" The Lord said, "Move on, thou, likewise," and the command has never been revoked from that day to this.
I came, one evening before sunset, down into a valley, where I was to rest
. In the course of my descent to it, by the winding track along the mountain-side, from which I saw it shining far below, I think some long-unwonted sense of beauty and tranquillity, some softening influence awakened by its peace, moved faintly in my breast.