Weber contrasted this asceticism with the simple lust of the freebooter
, who strove for the benefits of riches.
Also included is the first English translation of the Middle Hittite "Indictment of Madduwatta," a slippery freebooter
who attempted to use the mutual hostility of Hittites, Arzawans, Greeks, and others to aggrandize himself.
Few successes will have given Beaumont greater pleasure, and he said: "I watched the race with Monica Dickinson in the Freebooter
Room and we are still out of breath!
Lover's introductory note tells us: "Many legends are extant of this romantic minstrel freebooter
, whose predatory achievements sometimes extended to the hearts of the gentle sex." Were it not for this mention of Ned as a "freebooter
," we would know him from this text as simply a minstrel pursuing his "Lady love." Even the term "freebooter
" skirts the political significance of his life as a seditious rapparee.
It is fascinating to read of the philosophical foundations of much of the current `atomistic autonomous freebooter
liberal fantasies' (p.
"To achieve their anti-patriotic and irresponsible aims, they have resorted to....lies, demagogy, and filibusterism." In Costa Rica the word filibuster refers to US freebooter
William Walker who tried to take over Central America in 1856.
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With "pillage and murder his usual trades" and "a troop of thieves and vagabonds" (T1, 4.1.6, 66), the "sturdy Scythian thief, / That robs your merchants of Persepolis / Treading by land unto the Western Isles" (T1, 1.1.35-38), embodies the ambiguity of the freebooter
for a culture in which raiding and trading were modes of the same enterprise.(38) An antique "curtle-axe" in his belt, Tamburlaine begins as a Robin Hood, who vows, like Shakespeare's bandits, never to prosper "by lawless rapine from a silly maid" (T1, 1.2.9-10, 43); but his privateering promotes him into a blockade-runner for England's eastern enterprise: "The only fear and terror of the cruel pirates of Argier, / That damned train, the scum of Africa" (T1, 3.3.55-56).
Armstrong's Last Goodnight (1964), written in lowland Scots vernacular, dramatized the struggle between a courtier and a freebooter
, pointing up resemblances between the play's 16th-century Scottish setting and the contemporary Congo.
This is a traditional highlight of the northern jumping calendar, with names such as E.S.B., Freebooter
, Freddie, Nicolaus Silver and Bregawn on its roll of honour, and last season's Cheltenham Gold Cup fourth Holywell lends a touch of class to today's field, attracted by the rare appearance of the word 'good' in the going description during this long, wet winter.
He was put up for sale by his second owner Lurline Brotherton, whose Freebooter
had won the 1950 National.
Shroud; 14 Tongue; 15 Freebooter
; 11 Thirteen; 13 Opening; 14 Further lack of faith in Wales was exemplified by the Silk Commission on Devolution for Wales, when one of the members asked why corporation taxes were not to be devolved.