Tha, the First of the Elephants, was busy making new jungles and leading the rivers in their beds.
"Yet upon a night there was a dispute between two bucks--a grazing-quarrel such as ye now settle with the horns and the fore-feet--and it is said that as the two spoke together before the First of the First of the Tigers lying among the flowers, a buck pushed him with his horns, and the First of the Tigers forgot that he was the master and judge of the Jungle, and, leaping upon that buck, broke his neck.
"William," she said, speaking rather faintly at first
, like one sending a voice from sleep to reach the living.
Now the first and greatest of necessities is food, which is the condition of life and existence.
For business is not disposed to wait until the doer of the business is at leisure; but the doer must follow up what he is doing, and make the business his first object.
My first task was to find a place in which to open the school.
The first month I spent in finding accommodations for the school, and in travelling through Alabama, examining into the actual life of the people, especially in the court districts, and in getting the school advertised among the glass of people that I wanted to have attend it.
In the case of the photographic plate, the first group is the plate as dealt with by physics, the second the aspect of the heavens which it photographs.
We have to pass, as soon as we can, from the physical standpoint, which we have been hitherto adopting, to the standpoint of psychology, in which we make more use of introspection in the first of the three senses discussed in the preceding lecture.
man to undertake this work was Gardiner G.
The Achaeans and Aetolians were kept friendly by them, the kingdom of Macedonia was humbled, Antiochus was driven out; yet the merits of the Achaeans and Aetolians never secured for them permission to increase their power, nor did the persuasions of Philip ever induce the Romans to be his friends without first
humbling him, nor did the influence of Antiochus make them agree that he should retain any lordship over the country.
Then one day she tired of it all and went mad-dog, and, first
, to show that she as really was mad-dog, she unloosened both her boot-laces and put out her tongue east, west, north, and south.