How long the man remained prostrate he could only guess subsequently.
"The Wings of the Morning" by Louis Tracy
He also faithfully and unremittingly ministered to me during the many weeks of fever and prostration.
"The World As I Have Found It" by Mary L. Day Arms
White and lifeless they found her, prostrate, her arm still bound with the handkerchief.
"Idle Hour Stories" by Eugenia Dunlap Potts
Toil and care soon exhausted his frame, and he was prostrate on his dying bed.
"The Empire of Russia" by John S. C. Abbott
The villains prostrated themselves.
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)" by John Roby
Spenser once more arrived in London, but he was now in dire distress and prostrated by the hardships which he had suffered.
"Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book I" by Edmund Spenser
The other horses rushed by, miraculously avoiding the prostrate figures.
"Mrs. Warren's Daughter" by Sir Harry Johnston
At that instant, I had an encounter with numerous Danavas, all of whom, however, I subdued and prostrated on the ground.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
Those men that remember thee are never prostrated, O great Goddess.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2"
The trees of the orchard are uprooted in an instant, and an old elm falls prostrate.
"The Lancashire Witches" by William Harrison Ainsworth
Then I sate on the prostrate trunk, and thought
Of the times that I there had strayed
From the clamour and strife of tongues, and sought
The peace of its silent shade;
"The Fallen Elm" by Alfred Austin
Behold, on yon lone rock the Lion bound,
Who once o'er prostrate Europe looked around;
See now, a Spaniel, yelping at the gate
Of his strong dungeon, mock his altered State.
"Napoleon" by James Avis Bartley
Fall on thy bended knees, before the Lord,
Before him in his courts submissive bow,
Nor let thy lips once drop a single word,
Ere thou hast prais'd him with prostration low.
"Advice To Prepare Ourselves, Before We Come To Worship God In Public" by Rees Prichard
Now GOLFRE homeward bent his way
His breast with passion burning:
The Chapel bell was rung, for pray'r,
And all—save GOLFRE, prostrate there—
Thank'd HEAV'N, for his returning!
"Golfre, Gothic Swiss Tale" by Mary Darby Robinson
Bridegroom night of love, working surely and softly into the
Undulating into the willing and yielding day,
Lost in the cleave of the clasping and sweet-flesh'd day.
"I Sing The Body Electric" by Walt Whitman
When each shou'd repent, in the dust, on his face,
And prostrate implore thy forgiveness and grace,
And truly our glorious Creator adore,
Like Jews, we blasphem'd, and like troopers we swore.
"Another, On The Same Occasion" by Rees Prichard
Buddhist pilgrims in prayful prostration along the railroad en route to a holy site.
Photo by Anne-Marie Welsh Bishop Donald Trautman is shown praying as Bishop-elect Persico lies prostrate on the altar during the litany of saints just prior to the ordination prayer.
Tim Farrell/The Star-Ledger The 16 ordinandi lay prostrate on the alter floor as they are ordained to the priesthood for service in the Archdiocese of Newark.
Sobbing, wailing and prostrating on the pavement after Kim Jong Il's death.
McConnell prostrates himself during his ordination at Calvary Episcopal Church in Shadyside Saturday.
"Had he ever asked a group of women to come to him and lay prostrate on the floor before him".
AS one who daily, before grinding, prostrates himself before the altar of the little brown bean, I naturally wondered if I was the best person to review "Memoir From Antproof Case".
The screening involves a simple blood test and a prostrate examination by the physician.
Two hundred years ago the United States was a weakling republic prostrate beneath a ruinous national debt.