It was frequently captured and recaptured in the wars of the 17th century, and in 1739 was completely destroyed by fire.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4" by Various
Drawing of lots was frequently resorted to by the Romans wishing to pry into futurity.
"The Mysteries of All Nations" by James Grant
It varies greatly in form and color, but is most frequently of a green or greenish color.
"Plain Facts for Old and Young" by John Harvey Kellogg
Linen, which well answers all the usual requirements, is, for this reason, very frequently chosen for a ground material.
"Embroidery and Tapestry Weaving" by Grace Christie
The bells worn by the middle horse on a necklace round his neck ring in frequent beats.
"From Pole to Pole" by Sven Anders Hedin
Among her titles, the one most frequently given is that of 'good lady.
"The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria" by Morris Jastrow
The effect is in marked contrast to the warmth and play of color frequently seen elsewhere in the plateau country.
"Eighth Annual Report" by Various
The capacity of the bladder is actually diminished, and this produces frequent urination.
"The Mother and Her Child" by William S. Sadler
They will be frequently mentioned in connection with the metals.
"An Elementary Study of Chemistry" by William McPherson
To his accounts of various places there will be frequent occasion to refer.
"Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's ships Adventure and Beagle, between the years 1826 and 1836" by Robert FitzRoy
One of the most frequently discussed conditions of supposed pathological inheritance of this order is dipsomania.
"Essays In Pastoral Medicine" by Austin ÓMalley
There is a very frequent Occasion for some particular ones, and of such the School-masters may lay in a Stock.
"Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health" by Samuel Auguste David Tissot
This has been frequently observed amongst medical pupils.
"Curiosities of Medical Experience" by J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen
The extremities of the wool, and frequently those portions which are near to the root, are larger than the intermediate parts.
"Sheep, Swine, and Poultry" by Robert Jennings
These commonly used terms will very frequently crop up.
"Practical Bookbinding" by Paul Adam
The whole race were great frequenters of fairs.
"A History of the Gipsies" by Walter Simson
The comfort of clean linen, or frequent change of under-garments, is equally unknown to the sovereign and the peasant.
"Dealings With The Dead" by A Sexton of the Old School
Beetles are frequently found on goldenrod blossoms in the fall.
"A Civic Biology" by George William Hunter
Among the latter frequent the minnows and small fry.
"Bass, Pike, Perch, and Others" by James Alexander Henshall
In the European languages the word is used more frequently in that sense.
"The Principles of Economics" by Frank A. Fetter
We learned that the joys of this world are not lasting;
That what we call pleasure may be a vain show;
While joys seem the sweetest they only are blasting,
And happiness frequently ends in great woe.
"A Lesson From Nature" by Jared Barhite
Which leads up to the Abbey amongst the trees;
And in the summer time it's frequented with bees,
And also crows with their unmusical cry,
Which is a great annoyance to the villagers that live near by.
"Beautiful Balmerino" by William Topaz McGonagall
The thing my childish fingers found
Cast on a god-frequented ground,
And unto whose compelling note
Sprang the brown dryad from her tree,
And palest vampires came to me
With limbs more sweet than trodden lote.
"Apologia" by Clark Ashton Smith
'Tis strange to think there WAS a time
When mirth was not an empty name,
When laughter really cheered the heart,
And frequent smiles unbidden came,
And tears of grief would only flow
In sympathy for others' woe;
"Past Days" by Anne Bronte
The way once found, he fairly seated,
His visit frequently repeated.
The ale was good, tobacco mild,
The story clever, they both smil'd.
Thus the sly priest perform'd his part,
And crept into Kit Stephens' heart.
"The Tobacconist" by William Hutton
The purse and cash now part in peace,
Which, frequently, we find the case;
And, though they strive to meet again,
Their utmost efforts are in vain;
For, like the stranger to the Priest,
Will never more become his guest.
"The Sermon" by William Hutton
Elizabeth is her husband's most vocal, frequent hatchet (wo)man.
Moana Tregaskis is a Honolulu-based writer who reports frequently on the Pacific and south Asia Published: October 11, 1987.
A frequent criticism of Issue 2, the redistricting reform proposal before Ohio voters on Nov 6, is its cost to taxpayers.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Stretched by frequent troop rotations to Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army has become a "thin green line" that could snap unless relief comes soon, according to a study for the Pentagon.
Hats are showing up more frequently on runways, in film and on the street.
SCOOP HUSTLIN' SPICE: If you frequent cheapie pizza joints, you may have noticed new spices popping up like dandelions all over the east side.
Allows for frequent changing of graphic height.
There are common threads in all professional sports, and one of them is the frequent predictability of the whispered or officially cited rationalizations when coaches (or managers) are fired.
The Copper Kings subbed frequently in this week's Class C regional at Norway.
It's hard to blame music writers for so frequently using "Twin Shadow" and "the 1980s" in the same sentence.
If your engine cranks too slowly or the battery requires frequent recharging, these may be indications of a failing battery.
Northern flickers , as most woodpeckers, are cavity nesters, and the cavities are frequently low enough on the trunks of trees to afford some excellent views of young being fed by adults.
Introducing your countdown to KC's 10 most frequent fashion failures.
Positive and frequently uplifting stories of people, places, and things overlooked in our area and, occasionally, other places.
The band plays on in a small-town Czech bar few tourists would think to frequent.