What is well done I feel as if I did; what is ill done I reck
248-264) You princes, mark well this punishment you also; for the deathless gods are near among men and mark all those who oppress their fellows with crooked judgements, and reck
not the anger of the gods.
My father is the king's man, and when he rides into the press of fight he is not thinking ever of the saving of his own poor body; he recks little enough if he leave it on the field.
And in good sooth my dear lord hath need of such a one by his side, for he recks so little of himself that there should be one there to look to his needs and meet his wants.
as well confess myself to the devil as to Brian de Bois-Guilbert, who recks
neither of heaven nor of hell.
The very trees and the green merging into the blue distance became symbols of the vast external world which recks
so little of the happiness, of the marriages or deaths of individuals.
was a short form of the verb to recognise, especially reverentially.
WEXFORD: D Reck
0-3 (2f, 1 65), L Stafford & T Doyle 0-2 each, C Flood (f) & A Walsh 0-1 each.
, also a CPA, retired as a partner from KPMG in 2002 after 28 years with the firm.
A set of kitchen funnels become the stepmother and sisters; a cloth napkin becomes the character of Cinderella; and Cenicienta takes on the role of the fairy-godmother and the confidant of the puppet Cinderella," explains Reck
In 1911, Reck
was a ship's doctor in American waters, and later worked as a journalist and theater critic in Stuttgart.
Cross-posted from Enterprise InfoSec Blog from Robb Reck