"Altogether him make 'm six tens
pounds and two fella pounds gold money," was his translation of sixty-two pounds of wages.
They are most at rest between three and four o'clock in the morning, although even then there are usually ten
calls a minute.
He always wears a conspicuous uniform; he can always be found when he is wanted, for he sticks closely to his post at the front door; he is as polite as a duke; he speaks from four to ten
languages; he is your surest help and refuge in time of trouble or perplexity.
'I will have ten
kisses from the Princess,' answered the Swineherd.
"I will have ten
kisses from the Princess," said the swineherd.
Along the end of the meadow stood the booths for the different bands of archers, for the King's yeomen were divided into companies of fourscore men, and each company had a captain over it; so on the bright greensward stood ten
booths of striped canvas, a booth for each band of the royal archers, and at the peak of each fluttered a flag in the mellow air, and the flag was the color that belonged to the captain of each band.
thousand men had been engaged in that titanic struggle, and upon the field of battle lay three thousand dead.
Taking it "by and large," as the sailors say, we had a pleasant ten
days' run from New York to the Azores islands--not a fast run, for the distance is only twenty-four hundred miles, but a right pleasant one in the main.
And finally, the terrible white man had fined him and Balesuna village ten
The contemporary reader has all the advantage of ten
years' experience since this story was imagined.
times a day must thou overcome thyself: that causeth wholesome weariness, and is poppy to the soul.
Supposing that among my forty warriors there should be found at least ten
stupid ones -- ten
who will allow themselves to be killed one after the other, from mere folly?