It irks me, nevertheless, that the partner of her iniquity should not at least, stand
on the scaffold by her side.
When tha' stops bein' afraid tha'lt stand
on 'em," Dickon said with renewed cheer.
said the king to those who had been smelt out; "and ye who have hunted out their wickedness, stand
ye with those who named Mopo, son of Makedama.
Not uninvented that, which thou aright Beleivst so main to our success, I bring; Which of us who beholds the bright surface Of this Ethereous mould whereon we stand
, This continent of spacious Heav'n, adornd With Plant, Fruit, Flour Ambrosial, Gemms & Gold, Whose Eye so superficially surveyes These things, as not to mind from whence they grow Deep under ground, materials dark and crude, Of spiritous and fierie spume, till toucht With Heav'ns ray, and temperd they shoot forth So beauteous, op'ning to the ambient light.
Come, my good fellow, stand
by my side and help me, we shall be shamed for ever if Hector takes the ships.
When Little John reached the stand
he found none fighting, but only bold Eric walking up and down the platform, swinging his staff and shouting lustily, "Now, who will come and strike a stroke for the lass he loves the best, with a good Lincolnshire yeoman?
Discovering that I was a stranger, he lifted a thick cudgel that he carried with him, shook it threateningly, and called to me in his own language (as I gathered by his actions) to stand
Jimmie turned upon her fiercely as if resolved to make a last stand
for comfort and peace.
Oliver, who could hardly stand
, made a shift to raise himself on his feet, and was at once lugged along the streets by the jacket-collar, at a rapid pace.
The poor men were now in great perplexity whether they should stand
and keep their posture or fly; but after a very short debate with themselves, they considered that if the savages ranged the country thus before help came, they might perhaps find their retreat in the woods, and then all would be lost; so they resolved to stand
them there, and if they were too many to deal with, then they would get up to the top of the tree, from whence they doubted not to defend themselves, fire excepted, as long as their ammunition lasted, though all the savages that were landed, which was near fifty, were to attack them.
But I heard such bad accounts that I never took pains to climb the hill on which the city stands
The Hindoo woman in her long robe stands
upon the funeral pile; the flames rise around her and her dead husband, but the Hindoo woman thinks on the living one in the surrounding circle; on him whose eyes burn hotter than the flames--on him, the fire of whose eyes pierces her heart more than the flames which soon will burn her body to ashes.