10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ORBLESS»
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The Foreign Quarterly Review
When on his head again He placed the sand-glass, full on me were turn'd With
fixed regard, his orbless eyes, and next, A gibbering voice was heard — "
Bartholomaeus, I am thy friend ; henceforth shalt thou become My comrade, and
exclaimed the piper, in a half-angry, half- sorrowful voice, while a slight moisture
forced itself through his orbless lids — " I don't want to hear anything about her,
except that she is dead. She has deserted me, and disgraced herself." " You are ...
William Harrison Ainsworth, 1855
The Ruins of Athens: With Other Poems
“A little man, born in a little_isle”- Like to a comet; that first spied afar And in some
orbless nook of space, the while It rushes onward, kindles from a star Of twinkling
lustre to a sun-like flame, “And from its hair shakes pestilence and war'7 Firing ...
The Poetical Works of Andrew Park
These shadowy caverns of perennial night — In one dread mass the bones of
empireS hurl'd ; The skill-less hand ; the moulder'd limbs of might, And orbless
skulls that mock the living world! " Thou canst not tell where is the home of light;
The Knickerbocker; Or, New-York Monthly Magazine
Death, with his orbless eye, Strides through the universe, swinging aloft, With
reckless and resistless, flcshless hands, The besom of oblivion. Thus things end !
' I live, — but wherefore ? — die, and whither go ? When lived I not ? The bright ...
People From the Other World
To see the thing floating in the air as buoyantly as a cork in water, and then gaze
at the orbless sockets, was calculated to test weak nerves to the fullest extent. "
Well," I said to the head, " you are a handsome young man, and no mistake !
Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; ...
I rushed within -the gate — I met The fleshIess form — the orbless eye — The
breast without a heart— a sigh — That man's worst foe declared ! Around —
Huge folios— bags of gold— embrowned With dust of time : — Was gold the
price Of ...
The Morea: with some Remarks on the Present State of Greece
The blind old man was silent, and the tear Coursed down his aged cheek — his
orbless eye Up-turned to heaven, while over many a year Fond memory dwelt in
speechless rhapsody ; The murmuring waters fell upon his ear, And each soft ...
Alexander Baillie Cochrane (1st baron Lamington.), 1840
Song of the Oktahutche: Collected Poems
Their locks uncrowned by Winter's age — The glossy prize of manhood's stage,
Stream'd in the sighing zephyr's breath, As if no orbless gloom infested death. 20
As if the queen of future hopes was nigh, But sleep had seal'd each warrior's eye
Alexander Lawrence Posey, Matthew Wynn Sivils, 2008
Where the Hawthorn Grows: an American Druid's reflections
Firstthere is the Brighid's cross, a woven sun wheel shape which represented the
cycle of theyear and the four main holydays, according to the book Apple Branch.
On Imbolc you canweave newBrighid's crosses, orbless ones you already ...
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ORBLESS»
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The destruction of Colne's historic Cloth Hall
Blacksmith Jim Kirk made a metal rod to fit the stone orb over 30 years ago; the belltower still stands orbless. A nearby plaque records “This is ... «Pendle Today, Jun 11»
'Crackdown 2' Guide To Griefing - How To Make Your Xbox Live …
The Payoff: When your friend does get around to touching it, you'll be long gone, leaving them sad, alone and orbless. Crackdown 2. «MTV.com, Jun 10»
Edge of Dark
... rank and smellable detail under the painter's touch, from the begging bowl at one man's waist to the orbless, accusing eyes that another turns ... «New Yorker, Sep 08»