Give ardent fingers Give heartening
charcoal-warmers, Give me, the lonesomest, The ice (ah
All the way to Russian Peter's we were extravagantly happy, but when we turned back--it must have been about four o'clock-- the east wind grew stronger and began to howl; the sun lost its heartening
power and the sky became grey and sombre.
Their other aunt also visited them frequently, and always, as she said, with the design of cheering and heartening
them up-- though, as she never came without reporting some fresh instance of Wickham's extravagance or irregularity, she seldom went away without leaving them more dispirited than she found them.
A chorus of encouraging shouts burst out for him, and one brave voice flung out a heartening
word for me -- said:
The old life was too hard for such a little thing as you, and we are going to try and make the new one ever so much easier and happier," said Polly, forgetting everything except that this was a girl like herself, who needed heartening
Its really heartening
to see that there are NGOs and social welfare organizations who are continuously serving those people in different ways.
Talking in the verge of the official opening of the three development plans of North Azadegan, Yadavaran and Yaran, Gholam-Reza Manouchehri the deputy head of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) for engineering and development affairs called the increase heartening
for the country as in OPEC.
It was heartening
- and worrying - to see the heap of letters of commitment to the prime minister from 200-odd Indian and foreign companies to set up 266 GW of wind, solar and other renewable energy projects in India.
It is heartening
to see the NRW using their remit to work with the developers for the benefit of everyone concerned.
THERE will be few more heartening
sights this year than courageous Malala Yousafzai emerging from Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
ama tha "It's heartening
for us as an amateur sporting organisation that other professional codes are now keen to recruit our stars, and that they can learn from the professional way the GAA conducts its affairs.
SIR - While Mr Hain and Mr Murphy have gleefully clung to the credit crunch as their latest excuse for not supporting further devolution of powers to Wales, it was heartening
to read of the optimistic and heartening
assessment which greater control of our own affairs could bring from President Ilves of Estonia.