to-day, To-morrow the last flowers are blown.
But Belle-Isle will be for me whatever ground I wish it to be, English, Spanish, or Roman; all will depend, with me, on the standard I shall think proper to unfurl
Come what may --cost what it may--inscribe on the banner which you unfurl
to the breeze, as your religious and po- litical motto--"NO COMPROMISE WITH SLAVERY!
If the parliament, on the contrary, ordered me to unfurl
my standards on the port of London, and to assemble my soldiers on the banks to receive Charles II.
"We came - and to thy Earth - but not to us Be given our lady's bidding to discuss: We came, my love; around, above, below, Gay fire-fly of the night we come and go, Nor ask a reason save the angel-nod She grants to us, as granted by her God - But, Angelo, than thine grey Time unfurl
'd Never his fairy wing o'er fairier world !
Some of the sails were unfurled
, and the Rangoon resumed its most rapid speed.
But we didn't answer; we just unfurled
our heels and shoved.
Here, for the first time, the American flag was unfurled
to the breeze that sweeps the great naked wastes of the central wilderness.
He then unfurled
a little ensign which denoted that his craft bore a member of the royal family of Zodanga, and together we made our way through the maze of low-lying air vessels until we hung directly over the jeddak of Zodanga and his staff.
Saying which, Captain Nemo unfurled
a black banner, bearing an "N" in gold quartered on its bunting.
Suddenly his vision was assailed by the sight of a rose-colored parasol gayly unfurled
in a shop window, signaling the passer-by and setting him to dream of summer sunshine.
The sleepy waves lapping the sand unfurled
themselves along the shore that extended as far as the eye could see, but where land began, it was limited by the downs which separated it from the "Swamp," a large meadow shaped like a hippodrome.