on a brisk weekend in early April, its edges are intensely studded with tourists, all kitted out in plasticky cagoules and heavyduty walking boots - ice cream running down their wrists regardless.
While Goldeboru travels a lesser distance than Grim, her disposition is initially somewhat narcissistic as she spends her wedding night lamenting that she has been "yeven
un-kyndelike" (1250), and she seems totally oblivious to Havelok's siblings kneeling to him and calling him "louerd" (1213), so much so that again Creek and Smith feel the poet has erred.
if it's coming from next door, the sound of a hammer drill can be a trifle off putting.
They had me yeven
hir lond and hir tressor Me neded nat do lenger diligence To winne hir love, or doon hem reverence.
when he found himself out of Kevin Keegan's great Entertainers side he still displayed the character you need to survive at a club which runs on emotion like Newcastle United.
Oedipus (4.299-301) and asking, "Who shal now yeven
comfort to my
Helmreich, foreword to Nathan Hannover, Abyss of Despair (Yeven
metzulah): The Famous 17th Century Chronicle Depicting Jewish Life in Russia and Poland during the Chmielnicki Massacres of 1648-1649, trans.
One could speculate that the archaic diction might be a way of suggesting that the Mariner is an unsophisticated, unreliable narrator, e.g., "To Mary-queen the praise be yeven
" (286), and some critics have suggested he is unfit to interpret his own experience.
After carefully setting up the board, then playing the letters O, Y, P, B, A, Z and E, the final words formed are as follows: OPACIFYING (63), YEVEN
(11), PREQUALIFIED (30), BLITHESOMENESS (63), AVOIDABLE (15), ZOOGAMETES (32), EJACULATING (63) and the 27-timer OXYPHENBUTAZONE (1458).
he pat is discomforted pat in gode beleue beholdeth pis stone, hit shal comforte & make hym to foryete his contrariousete be virtue pat god hath yeven
the daye and yere aboue Writen (Lincoln Doc.)
I follow in the footsteps of my ancestors, the way they wrote, in our tradition, Emek ha-Bakha [The Vale of Tears, (1557-58) a liturgical chronicle written for the Tisha be-Av service by Joseph ha-Kohen], Yeven
Metsulah [The Abyss of Despair, a chronicle of the Chmielnicki pogroms of 1648-49 by Natan of Hannover].