When Euclio discovers the loss of his hoard, he rushes forth in wild lament.
"The Dramatic Values in Plautus" by Wilton Wallace Blancke
I'll look about me, and see if I can't find some of his hidden hoards.
"Brave and Bold" by Horatio Alger
This matter of hoarding tobacco may be a sad error.
"The Mystery" by Stewart Edward White and Samuel Hopkins Adams
If we neither waste nor hoard, we will not suffer as did Europe from wide-spread unemployment.
"Mobilizing Woman-Power" by Harriot Stanton Blatch
It was now only a question of length of siege, of how much vital force the system had hoarded up.
"Mercy Philbrick's Choice" by Helen Hunt Jackson
Who would know, if Marner was dead, that anybody had come to take his hoard of money away?
"The World's Greatest Books, Vol IV." by Editors: Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton
DWARF ALBERICH, the guardian of the Niebelungen hoard.
"Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1" by The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
Edward Henry then remembered that the hoardings had been full of Mr.
"The Regent" by E. Arnold Bennett
Lonely am I, and it is no good hoarding them when his sons are hungry.
"Havelok The Dane" by Charles Whistler
Fafnir's wisdom is called "grudged and hoarded wisdom," and his gold the "heavy hoard.
"The Story of Sigurd the Volsung" by William Morris
His heart, no doubt, was as unsentimental as the gold he loved to hoard.
"Brave Men and Women" by O.E. Fuller
It prevents hoarding and speculation.
"Food Guide for War Service at Home" by Katharine Blunt, Frances L. Swain, and Florence Powdermaker
I am too thrifty a Frenchman to dissipate the hoards of the state in foreign parts!
"Lazarre" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
But now at length it chanced that the fleeing slave lighted upon the hoard.
"Young Folks Treasury, Volume 2 (of 12)" by Various
Mrs. Bell also during these happy weeks was making a little secret hoard of money, which further considerably added to the good lady's felicity.
"The Honorable Miss" by L. T. Meade
They hoarded no wealth, nor sought it as a means of power or promotion.
"The Memories of Fifty Years" by William H. Sparks
All my long avarice of honour lost, Heaped up in youth, and hoarded up for age!
"The Works Of John Dryden, Vol. 7 (of 18)" by John Dryden
Worship his superiorities; wish him not less by a thought, but hoard and tell them all.
"Essays" by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dandie, however, frequently received more money than he required for his necessities, and took to hoarding it up.
"Stories of Animal Sagacity" by W.H.G. Kingston
At this time every one was hoarding and business was paralyzed.
"Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 11 (of 14)" by Elbert Hubbard
She was a laden argosy
Of wealth from the Spanish Main,
And the treasure-hoards of a Portuguese
Returning home again.
"The Old Man's Story" by Mary Botham Howitt
In vain to hoard it up they tried,
Against tomorrow came;
It then bred worms and putrefied,
And proved their sin and shame.
"Manna Hoarded" by John Newton
Fond youth! who dream'st that hoarded gold
Is needful not alone to pay
For all thy various items sold,
To serve the wants of every day;
"From Menander " by William Cowper
If any bliss reserv'd for me
Thou in the leaves of fate should'st see;
If any white propitious hour,
Pregnant with hoarded joys in store;
"Songs" by Anna Laetitia Aikin Barbauld
Nor churl, nor usurer, e'er be;
Churls are the stewards of the free:
What fathers hoard thro' avarice,
Their lavish heirs spend in a trice.
"Godly Exhortations To A Child " by Rees Prichard
Here lies the hoarded love, the key
To all the treasure that shall be;
Come fated hand the gift to take,
And smite this sleeping world awake.
"For The Briar-Rose" by William Morris
That woman, according to court documents, is 55-year-old Mary Lou Petrucci accused of hoarding dozens of animals.
Back in 2006, Petrucci had to pay fines for hoarding more than 40 cats and dogs in Montgomery County.
But police said she was living here, keeping a 72- year-old man against his will and hoarding animals.
I set down that first bowl of warm milk and began a rapid descent into the world of cat hoarding .
A Norwich Township man is scheduled to appear in court Thursday to face allegations of hoarding junk and failing to clean up his property.
Lorenz admitted to hoarding for the past three years, allowing his yard to become overrun with items like shovels, bicycles, wheelbarrows and plastic containers.
Too much time has passed for city animal cruelty municipal citations to be issued, so Cullen will likely face no penalties for what authorities have called reptile hoarding .
What I observed of Jane, I can see hoarding is a complicated disorder.
Skeberdis, who has been hoarding birds for years, had been trying to clear out the home on his own.
You might be hoarding too much.
A lot of attention has been brought to the idea of hoarding in recent years.
For others, hoarding is a serious problem that is tied to psychological troubles and insecurities.
The man at the center of the worst case of hoarding Las Vegas has ever seen made his first court appearance Monday morning.
Las Vegas officials swarmed a home last week to deal with what they call the worst case of hoarding they've ever seen.
The home owner has reportedly received eight citations from the city about the hoarding since 2007.
The version I described above is what I’ll call a “greedy sandpile,” in which each site hoards its ﬁrst grain of sand, never letting it go.
DO Dra and YY Dra are both variable, and are in fact the same star (Hoard et al.
Astrophysics in 2005
Since Spitzer, we now see YSO populations across the entire disk of the LMC, while HST also is revealing hoards of pre-main sequence stars in young regions.
Conference Summary: Magellanic System - Stars, Gas and Galaxies
Time-resolved spectroscopy (Szkody, Desai & Hoard 2000; Thorstensen et al. 2002) revealed a very short orbital period of 76.78 min, consistent with this classiﬁcation.
GALEX and Optical Observations of GW Librae During the Long Decline from Superoutburst
In the diamond market, depending upon the author, the reason invoked was the attempt by the cutters in Tel Aviv to hoard uncut diamonds for the purpose of speculation or the short-lived boom in diamond investment (Boyajian 1988, Epstein 1982).
"Thermometers" of Speculative Frenzy