GILDED SIRS WHO ARE NOT WISE.
"Bidwell's Travels, from Wall Street to London Prison" by Austin Biron Bidwell
Most of these men were assembled this night beneath the gilded roof of Caius Nepos' house.
""Unto Caesar"" by Baroness Emmuska Orczy
Another prominent pagoda is the gilded Sule.
"Travels in the Far East" by Ellen Mary Hayes Peck
Brains are far more useful than swords in Delgratz to-day, and this, at the best, is but a gilded toy.
"A Son of the Immortals" by Louis Tracy
Gilded sandals were on their feet, and they blew their silvery notes with a will.
"Princess Polly At Play" by Amy Brooks
And the "gilded one" smiles at his queen, and lifts a cup of rosy wine to his lips.
"Sea-Dogs All!" by Tom Bevan
This reredos was unveiled with much pomp and ceremony in 1873, and recently has been profusely gilded.
"Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Gloucester [2nd ed.]" by H. J. L. J. Massé
It is a pretty little chapel full of painting and gilding.
"The Greville Memoirs" by Charles C. F. Greville
A second detachment of the Silver Guard numbering about five hundred, and at last the great gilded coach and six hove into sight.
"A German Pompadour" by Marie Hay
First, a very large amount of gold more than people would imagine is annually wasted in gilding.
"The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. II (2 vols)" by Thomas De Quincey
He built the "Look Out Opera House," and decorated it in gilded stucco and with red plush two inches deep.
"In Our Town" by William Allen White
After a season of rich blessings, gilding a future with bright hopes!
"Memories of Bethany" by John Ross Macduff
Oddly enough, above his head towered a gilded Calvary, untouched by our previous bombardment or the rain of bullets that sang through the air.
"With Haig on the Somme" by D. H. Parry
The furniture was of white and gilded wood, with voluptuous curves, upholstered in heavy embroidered silk.
"The Dead Command" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
The youngest saw the gilded star, and ran and pulled it off the tree.
"Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" by Hans Christian Andersen
Two enormous gilded pillars support the vaulted roof of the sanctum, which is formed of beams in a very curious pattern.
"The Critic in the Orient" by George Hamlin Fitch
Thinking of these things, she saw the spring sunshine gilding the gray branches of the park trees.
"A Young Man in a Hurry" by Robert W. Chambers
As in other Swiss towns the trade gilds got all political power into their hands, especially by the 18th century.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3" by Various
We see a white marble pagoda with several tiers of gilded bells hangin' on the outside.
"Around the World with Josiah Allen's Wife" by Marietta Holley
Yet gilded like a foggie cloud doth make Reflection of fair light that doth our senses take.
"Democritus Platonissans" by Henry More
Ask the rich man in gilded pomp,
A prey to racking pain;
He then their value justly owns,
And tells thee they are vain.
"Address To Solitude" by Elizabeth Bath
When she gilds our calm horizon
With her pure unsullied ray;
She increases in her radiance,
Till she reach the perfect day.
"An Effusion" by Elizabeth Bath
The star and glory of the land
Hath now begun to shine;
The morning that shall gild the globe
Breaks on these eyes of mine!
"Hymn VIII. When Jesus," by John Logan
Oh, if I could but paint them,
Could hint the twilight's art,
What scenes of heavenly splendor
Would gild each human heart.
"Texas" by William Lawrence Chittenden
Since then the light that gilds the sands,
And glimmers on the sea,
But vainly struggles to reflect
The radiant soul of thee.
"Lyrics Of Love And Sorrow" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
The meek-ey'd dawn, in saffron robe,
Proclaim'd the opening day,
Up rose the sun to gild the globe,
And hail the new-born May;
"Sir Eldred Of The Bower : A Legendary Tale: In Two Parts" by Hannah More
In this image taken on Oct 15, 2012, gilded chocolate-dipped Hanukkah pretzels are shown in Concord, N.H.
Don't let Mitt Romney return the United States to the Gilded Age: letter to the editor.
It was called "The Gilded Age," when 1 percent to 2 percent of the population controlled most of the wealth in our country.
"The Richest Woman in America" Hetty Green in the Gilded Age by Janet Wallach.
The English Bible in the Gilded Age.
The Gilded Age's dirty politics.
We attended the Gilded Age runway show at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week to learn about the right—and the very, very wrong—way for guys to approach color.
Extremism in defense of Gilded Age privilege.
A look at Narragansett in the Gilded Age.
Ventfort Hall celebrates glories of the Gilded Age (with photo gallery).
Ventfort Hall was the 1893 home of George and Sarah Morgan, and now houses the Museum of the Gilded Age.
The system that made Mitt Romney's fortunes at Bain Capital is the same one largely responsible for the greatest concentration of the nation's income and wealth at the very top since the Gilded Age of the nineteenth century.
Under the Spell of Gilded Age Magicians.
Because the gilding process involves the application of superficial layers of gold, Twain and Warner's effort was in fact referring to ostentatious behavior and materialism.
Evergreen mansion, Baltimore's hidden Gilded Age gem.