PRINCE


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PRINCEProjects In Controlled Environments (UK project management methodology)
PRINCEProtection, Rest, Ice, NSAIDs, Compression, and Elevation
PRINCEProspects of Injured Children
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No sooner had the eyes of the Prince of the Air rested on her than he forgot all the terrible woes which had been prophesied to him ever since he was born, for in one single moment the plans of years are often upset.
He wept her loss night and day, and his only comfort was to talk over it with a young and unknown prince, who had just arrived at the Court.
On the morning following the bacchanalian songs and quarrels recorded above, as the prince stepped out of the house at about eleven o'clock, the general suddenly appeared before him, much agitated.
Of course I live now without any very practical objects in life; but, being full of self-respect, in which quality the ordinary Russian is so deficient as a rule, and of activity, I am desirous, in a word, prince, of placing myself and my wife and children in a position of--in fact, I want advice.
It is a shame," the Prince remarked, "that you should be disappointed, Lady Grace.
Nothing the Prince could have said would have astonished the little company more.
My courtiers called me the Happy Prince, and happy indeed I was, if pleasure be happiness.
Swallow, Swallow, little Swallow," said the Prince, "will you not stay with me for one night, and be my messenger?
Seeing Anna Mikhaylovna and her son, Prince Vasili dismissed the doctor with a bow and approached them silently and with a look of inquiry.
Prince Vasili without acknowledging the bow turned to Anna Mikhaylovna, answering her query by a movement of the head and lips indicating very little hope for the patient.
The Duc de Grammont received permission from the prince by a glance and went out.
And as Prince Michael's eye rested upon the glowing face of the great clock in the tower, his smile, altruistic as it was, became slightly tinged with contempt.