I'd better burn the house down, I suppose, than let other people blow themselves up with my gunpowder," she thought as she watched the Demon of the Jura
whisk away, a little black cinder with fiery eyes.
Suzanne tripped with a light foot from the rue du Cours, by the rue de la Porte de Seez and the rue du Bercail, to the rue du Cygne, where, about five years earlier, du Bousquier had bought a little house built of gray Jura
stone, which is something between Breton slate and Norman granite.
When I was sixteen I was sent to Geneva to complete my course of education; and the change was a very happy one to me, for the first sight of the Alps, with the setting sun on them, as we descended the Jura
, seemed to me like an entrance into heaven; and the three years of my life there were spent in a perpetual sense of exaltation, as if from a draught of delicious wine, at the presence of Nature in all her awful loveliness.
He slept for a couple of hours, and at last, waking, found his eyes resting upon one of the snow-powdered peaks of the Jura, behind which the sky was just reddening with the dawn.
After breakfast he strolled forth alone into the village and looked at the fountain, the geese, the open barn doors, the brown, bent old women, showing their hugely darned stocking-heels at the ends of their slowly-clicking sabots, and the beautiful view of snowy Alps and purple Jura at either end of the little street.
This is now a very commonly received opinion; and I cannot still avoid the suspicion that it is applicable even to such cases as that of the Jura
It advanced from behind the mountains of Jura
, and the thunder burst at once with frightful loudness from various quarters of the heavens.
The way is hard," came from the daughter, looking straight before her at the Chain of Jura
covered with snow, like a white wall closing the end of the street.
She said: "If no one steps in to replace me, our Jura
weddings may have to be held on Islay.
The award named after Maftuna Jura
was established by the Uzbek Center of Spirituality and Enlightenment last year and was conferred on poetess Zulfiya Boboyeva, a member of the Tajik Union of Writers from Ghonchi district.
has the largest assortment of automatic coffee centers on the market, which it sells in over 50 countries.
The Prime Minister and wife Sam have taken their three children to a 20,000-acre estate owned by her stepfather Viscount Astor on the remote Scottish island of Jura