You have talked windily about the royal races and the heritage
of the earth, and we can only reply that that remains to be seen.
He knew neither fear nor mercy, except upon rare occasions when some strange, inexplicable force stayed his hand--a force inexplicable to him, perhaps, because of his ignorance of his own origin and of all the forces of humanitarianism and civilization that were his rightful heritage because of that origin.
His heritage of English blood rendered it a difficult thing even to consider a surrender of his project, though he was forced to admit to himself that his balu was not all that he had hoped.
I did not know how far they had forgotten their human heritage
As no other children have been born to any of the newer generations in the intervening years, all hopes of heritage
are now centred in the grandson of this man.
Where the real sex feeling begins, timidity and distrust are its companions, heritage
from old wicked days when love and violence went often hand in hand.
As he realizes that he has a country of his own to protect, a dear, precious heritage
come down to him through countless ages, so he learns that it is his sacred duty to know how to do his share in defending it.
I'm American, you see," she persisted, "and our American heritage
is a large parcel of business sense.
On my lovely ranch in the Valley of the Moon, brain-soaked with many months of alcohol, I am oppressed by the cosmic sadness that has always been the heritage
There were stories enough of their bold and daring deeds to fill many books, so that we feel that Walter had been born into a heritage
It is their inborn heritage
to strive to devour, and to strive not to be devoured.
Since 1984, the European Heritage
Days have provided an open access to cultural heritage
, allowing anyone and everyone to get involved with the continents rich past - from chateaux to archives, 17,000 monuments and sites will open their doors, with 25,000 different events happening.