Like an armed warrior, like a plumed knight, James G. Blaine marched down the halls of the American Congress and threw his shining lance full and fair against the brazen forehead of every traitor to his country and every maligner of his fair reputation.
The men who Marched to Babylon, Persia and India were the ancestors of the Albanians...
Under the tricolor, long khaki files of them Through the Étoile, down the Champs Elysées Marched, while grisettes blew their kisses to miles of them, And only the old brushed the tear stains away Out where the crows spread their ominous pinions Shadowing France from Nancy to Fay, Singing they Marched 'gainst the Kaiser's gray minions, Singing the song of boyhood at play.
As discontinuity Marched into the world of phenomena through one door, causality walked out through another.james jeans
Soaring through wider zones that pricked his scars With memory of the old revolt from Awe, He reached the middle height, and at the stars, Which are the brain of heaven, he looked, and sank. Around the ancient track Marched, rank on rank, The army of unalterable law.George Meredith
Each year his mighty armies Marched forth in gallant show,Their enemies were targets, their bullets they were tow.pierre-jean de béranger
Through the broad extent of country over which you have Marched by your respect for the rights and property of citizens, you have shown that you were soldiers not only to defend but able and willing to defend and protect.thomas "stonewall" jackson
The forty-eight hours after the march into the Rhineland were the most nerve-racking in my life. If the French had then Marched into the Rhineland, we would have had to withdraw with our tails between our legs, for the military resources at our disposal would have been wholly inadequate for even moderate resistance.paul schmidt
The scientist has Marched in and taken the place of the poet. But one day somebody will find the solution to the problems of the world and remember, it will be a poet, not a scientist.Frank Lloyd Wright
"I have Marched in many a battle host," Adaon answered quietly, "but I have also planted seeds and reaped the harvest with my own hands. And I have learned there is greater honor in a field well plowed than in a field steeped in blood."lloyd alexander
What we really need the poet's and orator's I help to keep alive in us is not, then, the common and gregarious courage which Robert Shaw showed when he Marched with you, men of the Seventh Regiment. It is that more lonely courage which he showed when he dropped his warm commission in the glorious Second to head your dubious fortunes, negroes of the Fifty-fourth. That lonely kind of courage (civic courage as we call it in times of peace) is the kind of valor to which the monuments of nations should most of all be reared.william james
Around the ancient track Marched, rank on rank, The army of unalterable law.George Meredith
It's nice to have one worry Marched to the wings and forcefully thrown into the alleyway.
I Marched the lobby, twirled my stick, * * * * * The girls all cried, "He's quite the kick."
Each year his mighty armies Marched forth in gallant show, Their enemies were targets, their bullets they were tow.pierre-jean de béranger
When Roman engineers built a bridge, they had to stand under it while the first legion Marched across. If programmers today worked under similar ground rules, they might well find themselves getting much more interested in Ada!
A lifestyle typical of many rulers of that era who squandered away their empires to the British -- in the manner of the famous scene from Ray 's film that depicts Wajid Ali Shah leisurely playing chess as the British soldiers Marched in. But yet these much-maligned Nawabs were responsible for nurturing Lucknow's culture of poetry , dance , music and art and inventing the famous Lucknowi traditions.