You have only to get up early
enough to meet them in the meadows.
Verily, too early
died that Hebrew whom the preachers of slow death honour: and to many hath it proved a calamity that he died too early
The pictures and effigies of them all show their adherence to the early
Refreshed, delighted, invigorated, I walked along, forgetting all my cares, feeling as if I had wings to my feet, and could go at least forty miles without fatigue, and experiencing a sense of exhilaration to which I had been an entire stranger since the days of early
But very early
in the morning poor Ogilvy, who had seen the shooting star and who was persuaded that a meteorite lay somewhere on the common between Horsell, Ottershaw, and Woking, rose early
with the idea of finding it.
next morning the forester got up and went out hunting, and when he was gone the children were still in bed.
We may thus account even for the distinctness of whole classes from each other--for instance, of birds from all other vertebrate animals--by the belief that many ancient forms of life have been utterly lost, through which the early
progenitors of birds were formerly connected with the early
progenitors of the other vertebrate classes.
In reality he was wide-eyed awake and merely under the nightroaming compulsion of his early
Whether or no the early
loves of Adam and Martha had rendered it inexpedient that they should now preside together over a Shaker village, it was certainly most singular that such should be the final result of many warm and tender hopes.
In these early
days of her residence here Tess did not skim, but went out of doors at once after rising, where he was generally awaiting her.
They had themselves married early
in life--and, strange to say, they did not object on principle to the early
marriages of other people.
ballads of the Chinese differ in feeling from almost all the ballad literature of the world.