At a respectful distance from this unusual show, were gathered divers groups of curious idlers; some admiring the blood
and bone of the high-mettled military charger, and others gazing at the preparations, with the dull wonder of vulgar curiosity.
This is no little matter," he said, "to be washed away with the blood
of one or two and be forgotten.
He then took off his cups, and gave in each place a stroke with his poignard, which was followed by a stream of blood
But if it be asked how it happens that the blood
in the veins, flowing in this way continually into the heart, is not exhausted, and why the arteries do not become too full, since all the blood
which passes through the heart flows into them, I need only mention in reply what has been written by a physician 1 of England, who has the honor of having broken the ice on this subject, and of having been the first to teach that there are many small passages at the extremities of the arteries, through which the blood
received by them from the heart passes into the small branches of the veins, whence it again returns to the heart; so that its course amounts precisely to a perpetual circulation.
Van Helsing, turning to me, said, "He is so young and strong, and of blood
so pure that we need not defibrinate it.
I had left her alive when I set out for Troy and was moved to tears when I saw her, but even so, for all my sorrow I would not let her come near the blood
till I had asked my questions of Teiresias.
It is of a kind that often occurs in Indian life; where love elopements from tribe to tribe are as frequent as among the novel-read heroes and heroines of sentimental civilization, and often give rise to bloods
and lasting feuds.
Our gloves are glued with the frozen blood
, Our eyes with the drifting snow; But we come back to our wives again, Back from the edge of the floe!
was its Avatar and its seal--the redness and the horror of blood
In an instant, it seemed to spout blood
and entrails, and was hurled into the well-hole.
His instance is, that for the achieving of a desperate conspiracy, a man should not rest upon the fierceness of any man's nature, or his resolute undertakings; but take such an one, as hath had his hands formerly in blood
What, have not these"--pointing to Infadoos and Scragga, who, young villain that he was, was employed in cleaning the blood
of the soldier off his spear--"told thee what manner of men we are?