I don't mean to give her any but Teresona," said Sancho, "which will go well with her stoutness and with her own right name, as she is called Teresa; and then when I sing her praises in my verses I'll show how chaste my passion is, for I'm not going to look 'for better bread than ever came from wheat' in other men's houses
A conspicuous church spire, the first seen distinctly coming from the sea, has a thoughtful grace, the serenity of a fine form above the chaotic disorder of men's houses
Else, afterwards, you may chance to be in want, and go begging to other men's houses
, but without avail; as you have already come to me.
I say it kept hope alive; and indeed it seemed impossible that I should be left to die on the shores of my own country, and within view of a church-tower and the smoke of men's houses
During the examination of the men's houses
, 62 kilograms of mercury more were found.
The men's houses themselves were left to decay or were transformed into recreational 'wind houses' accessible to all: men, women and children.
To make the past even more complex, the men's houses, spiritcrocodiles, names and other important items of people's cosmology, including whole rituals, were often stolen, purchased, given as special gifts to other groups, and exchanged for partnership or for the ownership of land.
Condemning the devout Christian producers of the film, another blogger provocatively dismissed the idea of "firebomb[ing] these men's houses
Sir Donald Irvine, the committee chairman, slammed the doctor for abusing his position to enter the two elderly men's houses
and indecently assault them.
Although by no means a well-fleshed typology, the book does offer comparative remarks on ritual versus contractual secrecy--the former the sort of secrecy founded in Melanesian men's houses, the latter those familiar modern forms of privileged personal or business information, shading into the parallel notion of personal privacy.
The secret world inside men's houses was an oasis of conviviality and assurance.
He stresses the pairing of totems - since he regards the so-called moieties of 'clans' and men's houses
as 'sibs' (Sippen) -- and speaks of 'linked totems' (1916, 1917-18, 1921), sometimes hierarchized and sometimes ranked by opposite-gender pairs.