(54.) "Alas" recurs repeatedly in the male-voiced complaints, including If care do cause men crye (9,37, 53), Alas myne eye why doest
thu bringe (1), Adewe pleasure welcome mournyng(1),Ah my hart ah (twice in 7), Sans remedye endure must I (12), Alas to whom should 1 complayne (1), and Adewe adewe my hartes lust (twice in 2).
At heights of nearly 3000ft, the area is hostile and inaccessible but Dutch photographer Jasper Doest
waited a whole year to capture this stunning image.
All that thou thinkest, sayest or doest
bears perpetual record of itself, enduring for eternity.
But beyond that, considerable research has also addressed digital media that are transcultural and transnational in character--especially those that cover immigration and diaspora-- focusing on access and on these technologies' social uses in maintaining and developing community ties at local and transnational levels (Doest
, Cola, Mauri Brusa, & Lemish, 2012; Everett, 2009; Karim, 2004).
If thou doest
, I'll cry Havoc and let slip the dogs of war.
Dutch photographer Jasper Doest
came across about 30 of the animals enjoying a steamy soak, their heads covered in snow.
They will also be able to enjoy a photography exhibition from award-winning Dutch wildlife photographer, Jasper Doest
means that the algorithm doest
not converge for 100 outer iterations.
Freundlich isotherm is extensively employed [14, 17, 22] to interpret equilibrium data but doest
not supply information on monolayer adsorption.
thou worship in this lonely dark corner of a temple with doors all shut?
Javad al-Bozoni, another Iraqi lawmaker, said that the US meddling in Iraq's affairs doest
not benefit that country, specially considering that the so-called crisis in the relations between Baghdad and Erbil is fake and not a genuine crisis.
The theme of the Rev Jo's sermon were words from this passage 'What Doest