We are not to expect to be translated from despotism to liberty in a featherbed.
A Pack of Spanish Lies sent abroad in the world, first printed in the Spanish tongue, and translated out of the original. Now ripped up, unfolded and by just examination condemned, as containing false, corrupt and detestable wares worthy to be damned and burned.cecil, william, 1st baron burghley
On the platform stood a policeman of normal proportions, and instead of a revolver and a truncheon he carried a copy of Ben Hur translated into Irish, which he was evidently studying for an examination important to his professional advancement. MrThewless realised that the imperial might of Great Britain lay behind him and that in front was the philosophic republic of Mr de Valera.John Innes Mackintosh Stewart
The vice of meanness, condemned in every other country, is in Scotland translated into a virtue called 'thrift'.David Thomson
It is pleasant to be admitted into the birth-chamber of a great idea destined to be translated into action.augustine birrell
Take your fill when the cask is first opened and when it is nearly spent, but midways be sparing: it is poor saving when you come to the lees. (translated by Hugh G. Evelyn-White)hesiod
The greatest pleasure in translating is precisely this feeling of spiritual closeness and spiritual merging with the translated author. Moreover this spiritual relation is different with every writer.ventseslav konstantinov
I'd like that translated, if I may.harold macmillan
"'Babies of course are not human — they are animals, and have a very ancient and ramified culture, as cats have, and fishes, and even snakes; the same in kind as these, but much more complicated and vivid, since babies are, after all, one of the most developed species of the lower vertebrates. In short, babies have minds which work in terms and categories of their own which cannot be translated into the terms and categories of the human mind.'"lewis padgett
Bernoulli's real contribution was to coin a word. The word has been translated into English as "utility". It describes this subjective value people place on money.william poundstone
The highest truth is daiji, translated as dai jiki in Chinese scriptures. This is the subject of the question the emperor asked Bodhidharma: "What is the First Principle?" Bodhidharma said, "I don't know." "I don't know" is the First Principle.shunryu suzuki
Of troubles none is greater than to be robbed of one’s native land. (translated by David Kovacs: Perseus Digital Library)Euripides
Christianity is not a religion for the masses, let alone for all. Cultivated by few and translated into deeds, it is one of the most splendid blossoms that can grow in the soul of a good man."joseph goebbels
The mystique of the femme fatale cannot be perfectly translated into male terms.camille paglia
Executable UML (xUML) consists of UML class diagrams, UML state machines and an action language which complies with the UML action semantics. There are several action languages in use; we refer to for a somewhat limited overview. The xUML models to be translated are expressed in the Cassandra/xUML dialect, as developed by KnowGravity.
When twenty years ago a vague terror went over the earth and the word socialism began to be heard, I thought and still think that fear was translated into doctrines that had no proper place in the Constitution or the common law. Judges are apt to be naif, simple-minded men, and they need something of Mephistopheles. We too need education in the obvious to learn to transcend our own convictions and to leave room for much that we hold dear to be done away with short of revolution by the orderly change of law.
The sciences of only one nation, the Greeks , have come down to us, because they were translated through Al-Ma'mun's efforts. He was successful in this direction because he had many translators at his disposal and spent much money in this connection.
The ballet needs to tell its own story in such a way it can be received without having to be translated into language .
lines 510 - 524; as translated by R. Potter (1860)
Of troubles none is greater than to be robbed of one’s native land. (translated by David Kovacs: Perseus Digital Library)
Jorge Luis Borges, Otras inquisiciones (1952); first translated by Ruth L. C. Simms as Other Inquisitions, 1937–1952 (1964)
(translated from Japanese) You'll have to beg much better than that.
(translated from Japanese) That really was a Hattori Hanzo sword...
The world cannot be translated; it can only be dreamed of and touched.
The Koran cannot be translated :;the "map" changes on translation no matter how carefully one tries.
Delle belle eruditissima, delle erudite bellissima . translated: "Most learned of the fair; fairest of the learned".
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