An illustrated dictionary to Xenophon's Anabasis, with by White John Williams 1849-1917 PDF

By White John Williams 1849-1917

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ISBN-13: 9781115200868

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Protestants: Protestanten. savages: Wilde. screaming: Schreiend, Geschrei, Schreien, Gebrüll, Gegröle, Gekreisch, Gellend, Gezeter. sighed: geseufzt. tore: Riss. trinkets: Nippes, Nippsache, Schnickschnack, Wertlosigkeiten. waters: Gewässer. James Joyce 33 --And what did you do, John? % --I let her bawl away, said Mr Casey. It was a cold day and to keep up my heart I had (saving your presence, ma'am) a quid of Tullamore in my mouth and sure I couldn't say a word in any case because my mouth was full of tobacco juice.

Catholic indeed! repeated Dante ironically. The blackest protestant in the land would not speak the language I have heard this evening. Mr Dedalus began to sway his head to and fro, crooning like a country singer. --I am no protestant, I tell you again, said Mr Casey, flushing. Mr Dedalus, still crooning and swaying his head, began to sing in a grunting nasal tone: O, come all you Roman catholics That never went to mass. He took up his knife and fork again in good humour and set to eating, saying to Mr Casey: --Let us have the story, John.

Tomorrow, sir, said Tom Furlong's voice. --Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, said the prefect of studies. Make up your minds for that. Every day Father Dolan. Write away. You, boy, who are you? Stephen's heart jumped suddenly. --Dedalus, sir. --Why are you not writing like the others? --Imy He could not speak with fright. --Why is he not writing, Father Arnall? --He broke his glasses, said Father Arnall, and I exempted him from work. German armpits: Achselhöhlen. beating: Schlagen, Klopfen.

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