It is in wain
for a boy to attempt to hide himself from that young man.
He never closed his eyes, but kept them fixed on the Pleiads, on late-setting Bootes, and on the Bear--which men also call the wain
, and which turns round and round where it is, facing Orion, and alone never dipping into the stream of Oceanus--for Calypso had told him to keep this to his left.
He wrought the earth, the heavens, and the sea; the moon also at her full and the untiring sun, with all the signs that glorify the face of heaven--the Pleiads, the Hyads, huge Orion, and the Bear, which men also call the Wain
and which turns round ever in one place, facing.
Along one side of the field the whole wain
went, the arms of the mechanical reaper revolving slowly, till it passed down the hill quite out of sight.
The rogue got between me and the nearest French victual wain
," muttered Sir Oliver, amid a fresh titter from those who were near enough to catch his words.
Over the snow-covered roofs could be seen a decorated cross with chains, and above it the rising triangle of Charles's Wain
with the yellowish light of Capella.
No little Gradgrind had ever known wonder on the subject, each little Gradgrind having at five years old dissected the Great Bear like a Professor Owen, and driven Charles's Wain
like a locomotive engine-driver.
It is true he was seventy odd, that his scabbarded sword ceased at the hilt; but he represented the authority of the Sahiba, and loaded wains
, chattering servants, calves, dogs, hens, and the like, fetched a wide compass by those parts.
Today, the outlook for credit is much brighter, but banks and issuers will miss the boat if they rely on strategies of yesterday," said Wain
He said Mr Wain
went on to say that officers should drive along the M62 to look for discarded cans of beer and should also speak to pub landlords and neighbours around Sheffield Wednesday's ground about the behaviour of Liverpool fans on April 15 1989.
He wrote some of the Wain
report - which was written by South Yorkshire Police to be submitted to the public inquiry into the disaster The court has heard that the report, which was submitted by the police to their lawyers but later edited, included a section on the events on the day of the disaster, much of which was written by Mr Bettison.
Last month Mr Davis said Chief Supt Wain
told a South Yorkshire Police briefing two days after the tragedy they would put the blame on "drunken, ticketless fans".