The great Pinellian library, after the death of its illustrious possessor, filled three vessels to be conveyed to Naples.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)" by Isaac D'Israeli
While Mariano was being conveyed away, Sidi Hassan arose in a half-stupefied condition from the ground.
"The Pirate City" by R.M. Ballantyne
To Miss Lillycrop it conveyed the idea of hopeless and irretrievable confusion!
"Post Haste" by R.M. Ballantyne
On the sled, drawn by four lanky dogs, we could see the figure of a man wrapped in blankets and strapped to the conveyance.
"The Big Otter" by R.M. Ballantyne
Good-bye, you may convey my respects to your mother.
"The Lifeboat" by R.M. Ballantyne
Singers of this type can always be recognized by a curious impression of hesitancy, or even timidity, conveyed by their tones.
"The Psychology of Singing" by David C. Taylor
Next in importance is the Church of the Assumption, containing the bodies of seven saints conveyed here from Constantinople.
"Across Coveted Lands" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
Two figures in male attire enter a closed conveyance, and are driven rapidly in an opposite direction from that taken by Paul Lanier.
"Oswald Langdon" by Carson Jay Lee
Soft earth is a poor conductor, while rock and solid earth convey very readily.
"Practical Mechanics for Boys" by J. S. Zerbe
Secundianus, having been accused as a christian, was conveyed to prison by some soldiers.
"Fox's Book of Martyrs" by John Foxe
Her joy is ours! Oh, may we see
That joy more plainly every day!
Christ lives and loves eternally,--
Swift feet such tidings should convey.
"Ministering Women" by Nancy Rebecca Campbell Glass
When pow'r's convey'd, I work; but see,
'Tis still his pow'r that works in me.
I am an agent at his call,
Yet nothing am, for grace is all.
"The Believer's Riddle; or, the Mystery of Faith" by Ralph Erskine
Joy to the faithful Three renewed,
As their glad errand they pursued!
Happy, who so Christ's word convey,
That he may meet them on their way!
"Easter Day" by John Keble
"Alas! my brother! can I see thee pace
Hoodwink'd to hell, and not lament thy case,
Nor stretch my feeble hand to stop thy headlong
"The Poor Of The Borough. Letter XXI: Abel Keene" by George Crabbe
Whene'er you smile, my little dear,
Whene'er you drop the hasty tear,
The fays unseen that round you play,
The smile and tear far hence convey.
"To Titania, Queen Of Fairyland, St. Valentine's Day" by Peter John Allan
You linger when you say good-night:
The parting touch a pang conveys.
'Tis,—‘Shall we meet at morning light,
Or only on the Day of Days?’
"Good-Night" by Victor Plarr
Many of the wines in our tasting were intensely minerally, a quality that conveys the pleasing aromas of gravel and river rocks without the unpleasant experience of having a mouthful.
They bristle at any attempt to limit the information they can convey to the public.
Like most forms of pruning, I have heard of no benefits directly conveyed to the plant, in this case your Lenten rose .
Well, it's not as if Lhasa de Sela can't sing, but she conveys a range of emotions that goes from A to A-and-a-half.
For some teachers and librarians, this isn't enough because it doesn't convey a sense of how to organize mini-research moments & how important small activities can be.
Dewdney's quietly expressive paintings convey the affection between the llamas with sleepy eyes, gestural hooves, and tender kisses, as Mama sends Llama Llama off to start the day.
The series is designed to convey practical wisdom and advice from successful independent restaurant owners.
While Adventureland may shift moods suddenly and meander , the highlight is Eisenberg's ability to endearingly convey gawkiness and mortification.
To convey the desperation of his client's addiction to meth , Beggs noted that Chatfield passed on taking other items of value and other substances from the pharmacies he broke into and only stole meth paraphernalia.
Sound plays a vital role in conveying the world of Boardwalk Empire, with its vintage cars, telephones, Victrolas, guns and period music, which is used liberally in every episode.
After grinding the material is conveyed by a pressurized pneumatic conveyor up six stories to cereal cookers.
Designed to convey the premium quality of the product, Naeve is packaged in 375ml and 750ml flint glass bottles that are frosted to create an icy look.
Finally, someone got the guts to convey hate into edgy musical.
An Alba mother is conveying a message to the public while her baby is home recovering from a near death experience.
Mark Boal, the screenwriter of the new movie "Zero Dark Thirty," says he wanted to tell a story that conveyed the moral complexities of the hunt to kill Osama bin Laden .
The table conveys that there is some variation in these ﬁgures across ﬁelds, but in no ﬁeld is the use of pair matching in cluster-randomized designs very high, and it never occurs in even as many as 30% of published experiments.
Rejoinder: Matched Pairs and the Future of Cluster-Randomized Experiments
For such properties the notion of global resilience does not seem to convey what one would expect from such a distance measure.
Local resilience and Hamiltonicity Maker-Breaker games in random-regular graphs
The photons impinge on a beam-splitting polarizer, which should (ideally) be maximally (anti)aligned at exactly 45◦ (p/4 radians) in order to yield a 50:50 ratio of photons polarized in either one of the two orthogonal directions ւր and ցտ conveyed in the two output ports and detected thereafter, respectively.
How Random Is Quantum Randomness? An Experimental Approach
It is a bit diﬃcult to convey the meaning of this theorem.
The missing log in large deviations for triangle counts
However, this method is no longer adequate for images, since the digital presentation of images does not convey the reality of images.
Feature-Based Adaptive Tolerance Tree (FATT): An Efficient Indexing Technique for Content-Based Image Retrieval Using Wavelet Transform