Come what may --cost what it may--inscribe on the banner which you unfurl
to the breeze, as your religious and po- litical motto--"NO COMPROMISE WITH SLAVERY
to-day, To-morrow the last flowers are blown.
your wings, and fly into superhuman regions; fear nothing, there is a watch over you; and if your wings, like those of Icarus, melt before the sun, we are here to ease your fall.
If the parliament, on the contrary, ordered me to unfurl
my standards on the port of London, and to assemble my soldiers on the banks to receive Charles II.
But Belle-Isle will be for me whatever ground I wish it to be, English, Spanish, or Roman; all will depend, with me, on the standard I shall think proper to unfurl
And so, old friend, my heart is hot within me, and I long to hear the old battle-cry again, and, by God's truth I if Sir Nigel unfurls
his pennon, here is one who will be right glad to feel the saddle-flaps under his knees.
He said: "The manager Ray Stewart and myself will unfurl
the flag before the game and we are hoping as many turn up as possible.
NASA scientists reported last month that they still hope to unfurl
the jammed, umbrellalike instrument in time for the Jovian rendezvous.
Once the satellite achieves operational orbit 22,000 miles above Earth, ground controllers send a command signal to the satellite to unfurl
the reflector using an electronic motor.
Klesko, who tweaked his back earlier in the day, was caught by surprise when players from both teams began running to unfurl
the flag rather than walking.
MEMC silicon wafers, configured in a series of "Collector Arrays," will unfurl
at various intervals and collect solar wind.
The rocket that deploys the parachute fired, but the parachute didn't unfurl