Chambers s Etymological Dictionary of the English Language

See under Cheer . when the king is attacked ; to restrain or hinder ; to rebuke : -fr.p . check'ing ; pa.p. checked . | Cherry , cher'ri , n . a small bright red stone - fruit ; 1. a term in chess when one party obliges the tree that ...

Chambers s Etymological Dictionary of the English Language


A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels Vol 1 18

This day the king invited our captain to dine with him, begging him to excuse the homely fashion of their country. ... and the king with our captain and Mr. Siddal dined together, where we had great cheer, our drink being Irea-pote, ...

A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels  Vol  1 18

Prepare yourslef for discoveries and new adventures with this incredible book about the true origin of wanderlust. This edition forms a complete history of the earliest start and progress of navigation, discovery, and commerce, by sea and land, from the earliest ages to the early 19th century. First part of the work covers voyages and travels of discovery in the middle ages; from the era of Alfred, King of England, in the ninth century to that of Don Henry of Portugal at the commencement of the fourteenth century. Second part deals with general voyages and travels chiefly of discovery; from the era of Don Henry, in 1412, to that of George III. in 1760. The rest of the work has some particular voyages and travels arranged in systematic order, Geographical and Chronological, and studies voyages during the era of George III conducted upon scientific principles, by which the Geography of the globe has been nearly perfected.

Ivanhoe

But this indication of his taste for good cheer , joined to the annunciation of his being a follower of the Court , who had ... At length the King presses his host on a point to which he had more than once alluded , without obtaining a ...

Ivanhoe


The Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act

39 90090 BOLD DET ER GENT 14 GIANT 11 25 29.39 4.19 90 070 BOLD DET ERGENT KING 8 847 26 23.15 1.15 90050 BOLD DET ER GENT REGULAR 24 2OZ 27 29.39 8.19 90080 BOLD 3 DET ER GENT 4 FAM 28 29.39 4.19 90230 CHEER DE TE RG ENT 8 KING 29 ...

The Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act


Kings of Underworld Written in English with English Dialogues

Their men and other girls also cheer and welcome them warmly. King – Now we are the owners of Burj Khalifa building and we got the amnesty also. So, on this happy occasion, I announce the engagement of Prince & Simran.

 Kings of Underworld   Written in English with English Dialogues

STORY & SCRIPT OF A PROPOSED ALL TIME BIGGEST BLOCKBUSTER BOLLYWOOD MOVIE WAR OF THE MILLENNIUM! AMERICAN PRESIDENT & HIS SECURITY V/S OSAMA V/S UNDERWORLD KING, JAMES & PRINCE. WHO WILL WIN????? This is being published as a book but it has been written in a manner that this can be directly converted into an ALL TIME BIGGEST BLOCKBUSTER BOLLYWOOD MOVIE without any change. However, I want to make it clear that currently no producer is making this movie and no film star has been approached to play any role but I have written my characters keeping in mind top Bollywood Super Stars. It will be a very very big budget movie and the biggest multi starrer (with 9 Super Stars). It will be bigger and better than anything seen before in Bollywood or Hollywood. It is written as a complete Family Entertainer with Action, Emotions, Thrills, Romance, Songs, Dance & Comedy. It will be loved by all Bollywood Masala movies fans and it is suitable for all age groups. It is based in Dubai and some part will be shot in Iceland & USA also. The story has 9 main characters. Main Characters: 1. XXXXXXX XXXXXXXX as King: King has a secret Den below the sea (near Palm Jumeirah). He is the king of the underworld. He remains mostly in his den and is rarely seen in the Public. King has a beard, mostly wears goggles, smokes Cigars and is shown in Smart Suites with Tie. King is mostly involved in Arms Supply and Diamonds Smuggling but he is not involved in terrorist activities. He mostly goes out in helicopters. He is also romantic in nature and likes to enjoy in the company of beautiful girls. Monica is his secretary cum girlfriend. 2. XXXXXXX XXXXXX as James: James plays a James Bond type character. He likes to play with danger and he is willing to do any daredevil act if he is paid the right money but he is not involved in illegal activities. He has a very smart James Bond type look. He has some very smart cars which are loaded with gadgets, e.g., hidden machine guns at the front and the back and his car converts into a boat and also into a flying car. Sometimes he is also seen on smart bikes. 3. XXXXXXX XXXX as Senorita: James’s love interest is played by Senorita. She is the daughter of a billionaire. She is kidnapped by Osama and taken away in Iceland. She is rescued by James and they fall in love with each other. 4. XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX as Prince: King’s operations are mostly handled by his son Prince. He is seen in smart Jeans, Jackets, Long Shoes, slight beard and sometimes with goggles. He moves around in Limousines and other fancy cars. 5. XXXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXXXX as Simran: Prince’s love interest is played by Simran, who is a Super Model. She is from India but travels around the globe for her modeling assignments. She is alone and her parents have expired. She meets Prince on a Ship and they soon fall in love with each other. She is seen in modern western dresses. 6. XXXXXX XXXX as Osama: Osama is the world’s most dangerous tterrorist. He is shown bald and wearing pathani suits. Osama has multiple dens, including a den at Iceland (which is made of ice) and another ‘Night Safari’ type den near Dubai. 7. XXXXX XXXXXX as Aditya: Aditya plays a Senior SECRET SERVICE officer and he is responsible for the Security of the American President. He is given a tough look and he is a very strict officer. 8. XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX as Monica: She is King’s secretary cum girl friend. She is mostly seen with King when King is in the Mansion. She mostly wears Mini Skirt and T-Shirt / top. 9. American President: American President gets an invitation to come to Dubai to inaugurate the tallest tower in the world “Burj Khalifa”. He gets threats from Osama that if he comes to Dubai then he will be either killed or kidnapped. His role is limited to the last one hour of the movie. Last one hour will be the highlight of the movie where American President visits Dubai and Osama tries to kill or kidnap him. This is watched by the whole world on TV.

To Abandon Rome AD 593

the King said. Titus remained standing. The King looked over at him with tilted head. “Your Majesty, the people of Rome salute you and their Consul ... “Your Majesty, I ask that they might be brought in to cheer their Consul's deed.

To Abandon Rome  AD 593

Rome, AD 593. Banishment has stripped Titus of his wife. In his absence she is raped. There is another woman who loves him. The Pope commands him to defeat the King besieging Rome. He agrees to defend the city but refuses to lead the people out to be slaughtered. You dare defy me?! In his heart a rage lies caged until the moment comes to release it.

Waverley Novels Ivanhoe

It would seem that the manuscript is here imperfect , for we do not find the reasons which finally induce the curtal Friar to amend the King's cheer . But acknowledging his guest to be such a “ good fellow ” as has seldom graced his ...

Waverley Novels  Ivanhoe


Ivanhoe

a It would seem that the manuscript is here imperfect , for we do not find the reasons which finally induce the curtal Friar to amend the King's cheer . But acknowledging his guest to be such a “ good fellow ” as has seldom graced his ...

Ivanhoe


Chambers s Journal

CHEER , boys , cheer ! for Country and for King ; And cheer again , my gallant hearts , We'll make the welkin ring ! And ever as we cheer , my lads , We'll pray , ' God save the King . ' Cheer and cheer again !

Chambers s Journal


A King s Commander

And he was amazed, that they could raise a cheer! A weak one, aye. But an angry, defiant cheer for their ship. Choundas had slipped ahead, of course, his rigging mostly free of damage and his sails still drawing power.

A King s Commander

Epic sea battles abound in this historical naval adventure. Alan Lewrie is now commander of his own ship, HMS Jester, which participates in the spectacular British victory over the French at the famous battle known as The Glorious First of June. From there Lewrie is dispatched to the Mediterranean to inform Admiral Hood of the French defeat. Under Hood's inspired leadership, Lewrie assists in the conquest of Corsica, but Hood is soon replaced by the maddeningly cautious Admiral Hotham. Only alongside one Horatio Nelson does Lewrie again find his chance to be of service in a series of fierce battles along the French coast. And it is along that same coast that he hears once again of an old enemy, the French commander Guillaume Choundas. Seventh in The Alan Lewrie Naval Adventures, The King’s Commander is perfect for fans of Patrick O'Brian, Julian Stockwin and C.S. Forester. Praise for Dewey Lambdin 'You could get addicted to this series. Easily’ New York Times Book Review 'The best naval series since C. S. Forester' Library Journal ‘Fast-moving... A hugely likeable hero, a huge cast of sharply drawn supporting characters: there's nothing missing. Wonderful stuff’ Kirkus Reviews

Autobiography of Sir Walter Scott

It would seem that the manuscript is here iinperfect , for we do not find the reasons which finally induce the curtal Friar to amend the King's cheer . But acknowledging his guest to be such a “ good fellow ” as has seldom graced his ...

Autobiography of Sir Walter Scott


The Brethren Trilogy

'Cheer for your king,' he growled. 'You,' he snapped at the man who bore the king'sbanner, emblazoned with its three golden lions. 'Get that up! ... Already cheers were rising, spreading outlike ripplesina pond. 'Get that flag up, ...

The Brethren Trilogy

From the burning plains of Syria to the filthy backstreets of Paris and London, the Brethren trilogy is the story of Will Campbell, coming of age in a time of conspiracy, passion, politics and war. Will has been brought up from boyhood in the ways of the all-powerful Order of the Knights Templar. With a tragedy in his past that looms over his future, he faces a long, hard apprenticeship to the foul-tempered scholar Everard, before he can have any chance of becoming a Knight. As he struggles to survive in the harsh discipline of the Temple, Will must try to make sense of many things: his own past, the dangerous mystery that surrounds Everard, and his confused feelings for Elwen, the strong-willed young woman whose path seems always to cross his own. Meanwhile, a new star is rising in the East. A ruthless fighter and brilliant tactician, the former slave Baybars has become one of the greatest generals and rulers of his time. Haunted by his early life, he is driven by an unquenchable desire to free his people from the European invaders of his homeland. With page-turning suspense and thrilling action, the Brethren trilogy brilliantly evokes that extraordinary clash of civilizations known in the West as the Crusades. Robyn Young portrays a rich cast of characters, reflecting on each side greed, ambition and religious fanaticism, as well as courage, love and faith.

Furniture History

King William's cheer and pictur . Hammermen Ane cheer , gifted by Laurence Mersar for the use of said Traid ; ane cheer , gifted by Matthew Guild , armourer ; ane cheer , gifted by George Anderson , goldsmith , Deacon Conveener ...

Furniture History


The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table

Then said King Arthur unto the damosel Savage: I marvel that your sister, Dame Lionesse, cometh not to visit her knight ... And so when she was come she had all the cheer that might be done, both of the king, and of many other kings and ...

The Romance of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table


Sherwood Rogue

King Richard laughed heartily. “Majesty, if I had but known—” Robin stumbled over ... You sit here at table and condemn the monarchy as being cruel and selfish, but in the same breath, you praise your king. ... Somebody raised a cheer.

Sherwood Rogue

As a child, I didn’t have imaginary tea parties. I was an outlaw fighting alongside the greatest rogue in Sherwood Forest, the notorious Robin Hood. The stories kept me sane when I had no control. They freed me from a bleak existence of abuse and neglect. If life taught me anything, it was that living was hard, and only the dreams you made happen came true. At nineteen, living in my uncle’s cabin in the Oregon Cascades, my life was anything but the fantasies of my childhood. I was free, but I was alone. I was surviving. Until I hiked into the mountains and carelessly challenged the universe to notice me. A door made of white light appeared in front of me, compelling me to step through. I took it. I stepped through. Into the greatest trials, both physical and emotional, I’d ever face—into another time and unknown world that would test my strength to my core. I would fight… I would kill… I would love... Most of all, I would live.

The G K Chesterton Collection 50 Books

is prouder than kings. ... The King hesitates, but the honorary member is firm. ... Mr. Burton (hear, hear), Mr. Cambridge, Professor King (loud and continued cheers), our old friend Peter Jessop, Sir William White (loud laughter), ...

The G  K  Chesterton Collection  50 Books

THE G. K. CHESTERTON COLLECTION [50 BOOKS] G. K. CHESTERTON — 50 Books in One: 22 Non-Fiction, 11 Fiction, 8 Biographies, 4 Poetry, 1 Play, 3 Critiques, 1 Introduction — Over 2.3 Million Words in one E-Book — Includes an Introduction to Gilbert Keith Chesterton — Includes an Active Index to all books and 50 Table of Contents for each book — Includes Illustrations by Claude Monet Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936) was an English writer. He wrote on philosophy, ontology, poetry, plays, journalism, public lectures and debates, literary and art criticism, biography, Christian apologetics, and fiction, including fantasy and detective fiction. Chesterton is often referred to as the "prince of paradox". Whenever possible, Chesterton made his points with popular sayings, proverbs, and allegories—first carefully turning them inside out. Chesterton is well known for his reasoned apologetics and even some of those who disagree with him have recognized the universal appeal of such works as Orthodoxy and The Everlasting Man. Chesterton, as a political thinker, cast aspersions on both progressivism and conservatism, saying, "The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of the Conservatives is to prevent the mistakes from being corrected." Chesterton routinely referred to himself as an "orthodox" Christian, and came to identify such a position more and more with Catholicism, eventually converting to Roman Catholicism from High Church Anglicanism. George Bernard Shaw, Chesterton's "friendly enemy" said of him, "He was a man of colossal genius". INCLUDED BOOKS: GILBERT KEITH CHESTERTON —NON-FICTION— HERETICS ORTHODOXY WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE WORLD WHAT I SAW IN AMERICA THE NEW JERUSALEM IRISH IMPRESSIONS A SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLAND EUGENICS AND OTHER EVILS THE SUPERSTITION OF DIVORCE THE APPETITE OF TYRANNY THE CRIMES OF ENGLAND THE BLATCHFORD CONTROVERSIES THE VICTORIAN AGE IN LITERATURE A MISCELLANY OF MEN ALARMS AND DISCURSIONS ALL THINGS CONSIDERED THE DEFENDANT TREMENDOUS TRIFLES UTOPIA OF USURERS AND OTHER ESSAYS THE USES OF DIVERSITY ESSAYS BY CHESTERTON A CHESTERTON CALENDAR —FICTION— THE INNOCENCE OF FATHER BROWN THE WISDOM OF FATHER BROWN THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILL THE FLYING INN MANALIVE THE BALL AND THE CROSS THE CLUB OF QUEER TRADES THE TREES OF PRIDE OTHER STORIES —BIOGRAPHY— VARIED TYPES CHARLES DICKENS APPRECIATIONS AND CRITICISMS OF THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS GEORGE BERNARD SHAW ROBERT BROWNING WILLIAM BLAKE G.F. WATTS BIOGRAPHIES BY CHESTERTON —POETRY— THE BALLAD OF THE WHITE HORSE THE BALLAD OF SAINT BARBARA THE WILD KNIGHT AND OTHER POEMS GREYBEARDS AT PLAY —PLAYS— MAGIC —CRITIQUES— GILBERT KEITH CHESTERTON by Cecil Chesterton GILBERT KEITH CHESTERTON by Patrick Braybrooke OTHER G. K. CHESTERTON CRITIQUES PUBLISHER: CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING

The Grayjackets and how They Lived Fought and Died for Dixie

BY E. KING . CHEER up , my lads , a brisk breeze is blowing , And swiftly our ship glides through the rough sea ; Unfurled is our banner , and gallantly throwing Our star begemmed cross wide over our lee .

The Grayjackets  and how They Lived  Fought and Died  for Dixie


Works in Baudry s Edition

Cheer up , fair lady , ” he said , “ cheer up . The king will protect you , and be a father to you . — But how now , bold priest ? How have I been so unwise a shepherd as to mistake the wolf for the watch - dog ?

Works in Baudry s Edition


The Plays of Shakspeare

... encompass'd with your crown : Proclaims bim king , and many iy to bim : Doth not the object cheer your heart , my lord ? Darraigo your battle , for they are at land . K. Hen , Ay , as the rocks cheer them , that fear their Cliff .

The Plays of Shakspeare