[permalink] [id link]
Page "Ealdred (bishop)" ¶ 28
from Wikipedia
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

was and part
The first part of the road was steep, but it leveled off after the second bend and curled gradually into the valley.
Though only a relatively short walk separated it from my own part of town, its character was wholly foreign to me.
Over and above that, however, was his growing suspicion of Chuck Stober's part in recent events.
Singing into the mirror and his interested eyes, he was pleased to note, when he stripped for his own bath, that he still had the best part of his Italian sun tan.
As he watched the man sit suddenly, a detached part of his mind observed how very difficult it was, really, to knock a man off his feet.
School began in August, the hottest part of the year, and for the first few days Miss Langford was very lenient with the children, letting them play a lot and the new ones sort of get acquainted with one another.
Satisfied at last, and after a few amorous gambits on her part which convinced Delphine that Dandy was capable of learning new arts, she opened the window and called to her liveried driver.
even when the fences became a part of the game -- when a vine-embowered gate-post was the Sleeping Beauty's enchanted castle, or when Rapunzel let down her golden hair from beneath the crocketed spire, even then we paid little heed to those who went by on the path outside.
Was it supposed, perchance, that A & M ( vocational training, that is ) was quite sufficient for the immigrant class which flooded that part of the New England world in the post-Civil War period, the immigrants having been brought in from Southern Europe, to work in the mills, to make up for the labor shortage caused by migration to the West??
The point is that the reactionary, for whatever motive, perceives himself to have been part or a partner of something that extended beyond himself, something which, consequently, he was not able to accept or reject on the basis of subjective preference.
This arrangement was for Copernicus literally monstrous: `` With ( the Ptolemaists ) it is as though an artist were to gather the hands, feet, head and other members for his images from divers models, each part excellently drawn, but not related to a single body ; ;
I fled, however, not from what might have been the natural fear of being unable to disguise from you that the things about my bridegroom -- in the sense you meant the word `` things '' -- which you had been galvanizing yourself to tell me as a painful part of your maternal duty were things which I had already insisted upon finding out for myself ( despite, I may now say, the unspeakable awkwardness of making the discovery on principle, yes, on principle, and in cold blood ) because I was resolved, as a modern woman, not to be a mollycoddle waiting for Life but to seize Life by the throat.
Moreover, because of the particular blot on your family escutcheon through what may only have been one unbridled moment on your grandmother's part, and because you had the lean-to kitchen and trundle bed of your childhood to outgrow, what you obviously most desired with both your conscious and unconscious person, what you bent your whole will, sensibility, and intelligence upon, was to be a lady.
It was part of Little Jack's work to look after the dogs.
The word was that this too was part of an economy move on his part.
Platoons of Hearst agents were traveling from state to state in a surprisingly successful search for delegates at the coming convention, and there were charges that money was doing a large part of the persuading.
Trevelyan was at least in part attracted to the period by an almost unconscious desire to take up the story where Macaulay's History Of England had broken off.
As the field on which my tent was pitched was a favorite natural playground for the kids of the neighborhood, I had made many friends among them, taking part in their after-school games and trying desperately to translate Grimm's Fairy Tales into an understandable French as we gathered around the fire in front of the tent.
Sherman felt that his own part in the campaign was skillful and well executed but that the slowness of a part of his army robbed him of the larger fruits of victory.
The Prince took her with him on every tour around the area, and it was rumored he was utilizing her knowledge of Constantinople as part of his espionage network.

was and Ealdred's
Another relative was Wilstan or Wulfstan, who under Ealdred's influence became Abbot of Gloucester.
Ealdred's expedition was betrayed by some Welsh soldiers who were serving with the English, and Ealdred was defeated.
Through Ealdred's intercession, Sweyn was restored to his earldom, which he had lost after abducting the abbess and murdering his brother Beorn.
The story of Ealdred being deposed comes from the Vita Edwardi, a life of Edward the Confessor, but the Vita Wulfstani, an account of the life of Ealdred's successor at Worcester, Wulfstan, says that Nicholas refused the pallium until a promise to find a replacement for Worcester was given by Ealdred.
After Ealdred's death, one of the restraints on William's treatment of the English was removed.

was and promotion
The promotion of Robert E. Swift to the position of Assistant Manager of the Interference Control Field Service Department was announced early in December by Frederick S. Scarborough, Manager of Interference Control Field Service.
Appointment of William S. Pfaff Jr., 41, as promotion manager of The Times-Picayune Publishing Company was announced Saturday by John F. Tims, president of the company.
If A-Z could buy Ticonderoga cheaply and use their presses and dies and other equipment, if William could hit precisely the right promotion note, if the money hurdle was not insurmountable.
Digby was not pleased with his promotion.
He received a brevet promotion to lieutenant colonel in the regular army for his actions at Antietam and was promoted in March 1863 to major general of volunteers, to rank from November 29, 1862.
He was wounded in the neck on the second day of Gettysburg and received a brevet promotion to colonel in the regular army for his service.
He was denied the promotion, however.
After a promotion in the militia in 1841, Johnson was often locally referred to as " Colonel ".
His promotion of it was so extensive that he is often credited with its invention, even though a machine operating in the same principle was described in 1762 by Swedish professor Johan Wilcke.
Under future national team manager Giuseppe Viani, promotion straight back up was achieved.
This promotion was soon followed by that to Feldzeugmeister.
The same day as the frigates arrived, Mutine was sent to Britain with despatches under the command of Lieutenant Thomas Bladen Capel, who had replaced Hardy after the latter's promotion to captain of Vanguard.
The similarity of main BBC News output was intended to increase the credibility of the channel as well as aiding cross-channel promotion.
In September 2002 it was revealed that, prior to his promotion to the cabinet, Major had himself had a long-standing extramarital affair with a fellow MP, Edwina Currie.
The book was generally well-reviewed by critics, and Love did book readings in promotion for it.
This move was largely motivated by Fulham's failure thus far to gain promotion to the top division of English football.
Even though it did not feel like it, this was a turning point in the club's history leading to a period of turbulence and change including further promotion and exile.
Charlton's return to the second tier of English football was a disappointment, with their promotion campaign tailing off to an 11th place finish.
It was also used for a New Zealand Tourism Board advertisement in its 100 % Pure New Zealand worldwide promotion from October 2005.
Eventually titled Temple of Low Men, their second album was released in July 1988 with strong promotion by Capitol Records.
It was on Hessie's Shed that Finn, Hester and Seymour last shared a stage, on an episode filmed as part of Finn's promotion for his solo album Try Whistling This in 1998.
His most significant legacy to the Soviet Union was his discovery and promotion of Mikhail Gorbachev.
This promotion was completed when Joseph II consecrated the first Ethiopian-born Archbishop, Abuna Basilios, as head of the Ethiopian Church on 14 January 1951.

0.077 seconds.