- to respect
to wear (belt etc)
- There they won a resounding victory at pest killing over70000of the hungarian army crossing the danube on the ice and laying waste a great deal of the countryside.
- He girded his sword on.
- And he begat six sons chieftains whose thoughts were ever of brave deeds: and now hath he part in honour of blood-offerings in his grave beside alpheos'stream and hath a frequented tomb whereto many strangers resort: and from afar off he beholdeth the glory of the olympian games in the courses called of pelops where is striving of swift feet and of strong bodies brave to labour; but he that overcometh hath for the sake of those games a sweet tranquillity throughout his life for evermore.
- In the court he found penelon who with a rouleau of a hundred francs in either hand seemed unable to make up his mind to retain them.
- Edna richards of wolverhampton said she was a firm supporter of the monarchy and admired the queen for maintaining a busy schedule.
- Is penn station coming next?
- It was from these loins of war that alexander was born in pella.
- "Whoever has been in the right or wrong the whole thing has been a political mess so let" s just get them home "said ray cooper uncle of adam sperry a marine.
- Perhaps a state official? Maybe a blue hat gun nightstick?
- One main target seems to be marco di loreto since five years perugia's central defender.
- It is thus of common note that one may dislike or even hate a particular style while admiring its facility its strength its skilful adaptation to the matter set forth.
- And promoting hindu philosophy on the mind-bending sergeant pepper album.
- And she co-acts with some hottest male stars including sean penn.
- In the middle ages men wore them to symbolise their courage and virility.
- A vocalist? That's so cool! L'm so impressed.