No slave is permitted to bestow this enviable deformity upon his child; all the slaves, therefore, are roundheads
Impey Barbicane was a man of forty years of age, calm, cold, austere; of a singularly serious and self-contained demeanor, punctual as a chronometer, of imperturbable temper and immovable character; by no means chivalrous, yet adventurous withal, and always bringing practical ideas to bear upon the very rashest enterprises; an essentially New Englander, a Northern colonist, a descendant of the old anti-Stuart Roundheads
, and the implacable enemy of the gentlemen of the South, those ancient cavaliers of the mother country.
dashed itself against the walls, and the whole audience was on its feet in a delirium of applause, and I thought at that moment of the night when Henry Grady stood among the curling wreaths of tobacco-smoke in Delmonico's banquet-hall and said, "I am a Cavalier among Roundheads
King Charles was a captive but John Poyner, the eccentric mayor of Pembroke, suddenly switched sides to the Royalists, joined by the celebrated Roundhead
warrior Major General Laugharne, who had clobbered the Cavaliers in Cardiff two years before.
To develop roundhead
lespedeza cultivars successfully, information is needed on the variation of CT concentration from different plant parts and the effect of environment on CT concentration for available germplasm.
That's the whole idea behind our support for this business," says Chief Roundhead
Before the musket fired, the 20th and 17th centuries must have separated, for the sun dimmed, the skies greyed, and the Roundheads
The argument can be likened in some ways to the differences between Cavaliers and Roundheads
So did the extremist sects that grew up on the Roundhead
side, like the Levellers, Diggers, Quakers and the very odd Ranters who seemed to have decided that religious disputes were an ideal excuse for a punch-up, some booze and a lot of sex - a bit like today's national religion, football.
Liverpool was in Roundhead
hands for the rest of the war.
Dozens watched as Bill Roache, better known as Weatherfield teacher Ken Barlow, recalled his days in National Service to teach the Roundheads
some basic military drill.
Assembly group leader and ex-academic Nick Bourne started the trend by drawing on the words of American journalist and novelist Mark Twain before - rather surprisingly - turning to revolutionary roundhead
Oliver Cromwell for inspiration.