he had his hands on that rich treasure and four times
it wasted to nothingness in his fingers as sleep for- sook him and wakefulness brought back the hard reality of his misfortune.
He went every day to fish very early, and each day he made a rule not to throw his nets more than four times
. He started out one morning by moonlight and came to the sea-shore.
five will do handsomely, will it?" said Mr.
Let me see: four times
five is twelve, and four times
six is thirteen, and four times
seven is--oh dear!
THROUGH massacres of each other's citizens China and the United States had been four times
plunged into devastating wars, when, in the year 1994, arose a Philosopher in Madagascar, who laid before the Governments of the two distracted countries the following MODUS VIVENDI:
`A chattering crow lives out nine generations of aged men, but a stag's life is four times
a crow's, and a raven's life makes three stags old, while the phoenix outlives nine ravens, but we, the rich-haired Nymphs, daughters of Zeus the aegis-holder, outlive ten phoenixes.'
SOCRATES: Therefore the double line, boy, has given a space, not twice, but four times
You are a philosopher, Thrasymachus, I replied, and well know that if you ask a person what numbers make up twelve, taking care to prohibit him whom you ask from answering twice six, or three times four, or six times two, or four times
The sausage had only to watch the pot to see that the food was properly cooked, and when it was near dinner-time, he just threw himself into the broth, or rolled in and out among the vegetables three or four times
, and there they were, buttered, and salted, and ready to be served.
"Yes," continued Athos, "four times
only; once at the house of Monsieur Crequy; another time at my own house in the country, in my chateau at--when I had a chateau; a third time at Monsieur de Treville's where it surprised us all; and the fourth time at a cabaret, where it fell to my lot, and where I lost a hundred louis and a supper on it."
But when the disease was more stubborn and violent, he let in the muzzle while the bellows were full of wind, which he discharged into the body of the patient; then withdrew the instrument to replenish it, clapping his thumb strongly against the orifice of then fundament; and this being repeated three or four times
, the adventitious wind would rush out, bringing the noxious along with it, (like water put into a pump), and the patient recovered.
The fits occurred three or four times
a year and were more frequent in periods of great strain.