And the sun sank slowly, still slowly, nearer and nearer to its shroud of mist, bearing with it all that lingered of the day.
"Wisdom, Wit, and Pathos of Ouida" by Ouida
The sun and the wind gave me my true bearings.
"Danger! and Other Stories" by Arthur Conan Doyle
For at dawn I will return with the rising sun, bearing beautiful armour from king Vulcan.
"The Iliad of Homer (1873)" by Homer
He hoped the answer would come in the morning, for disappointments, he had learned, were easier to bear when the sun shone.
"The Man from the Bitter Roots" by Caroline Lockhart
Da sun, 'e der shine wom, 'e mekky lilly Bear feel wom.
"Nights With Uncle Remus" by Joel Chandler Harris
Were they not both ripening, however, to bear the power of a brighter sun still, when the one should follow the other into a yet larger room?
"Harper's Young People, January 6, 1880" by Various
At a gesture from Lorenzo, Scipio lay down in the sun beside a bush bearing dozens of dark-red roses.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
But for any date within the three summer months, the sun in the latitude of Gibeon, when it bears 17 deg.
"The Astronomy of the Bible" by E. Walter Maunder
The mother looked first at Sun Woman, then at White Bear, then whispered to another woman standing next to her.
"Shaman" by Robert Shea
Bright with the last faint glances of the sun, Bears my soul thither.
"Eidolon" by Walter R. Cassels
Beautiful sun and beautiful earth, You were foolish to bear and give light to my mother.
"God and Mr. Wells" by William Archer
And you bear in mind what Mr. Jeffcoat at The Sun had to say about yourself, Mo.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
As though unable to bear the sight of such sorrow, the sun hid his face behind a cloud, and the forest lay in shadow.
"Peggy Owen and Liberty" by Lucy Foster Madison
But three hours exposure to the hot sun was more than he could bear; his strength was gone.
"Company 'A', corps of engineers, U.S.A., 1846-'48, in the Mexican war" by Gustavus Woodson Smith
The banner for you, my friend, should bear the sun, to show that it is but for a day.
"The Orpheus C. Kerr Papers. Series 3" by Robert H. Newell
This species also must dwell in a hot climate; leaves so rigid and fleshy are designed to bear a scorching sun.
"The Woodlands Orchids" by Frederick Boyle
I myself was far from well; the excessive heat of the sun had affected my head, and I scarcely knew how to bear myself.
"The Memoirs of the Conquistador Bernal Diaz del Castillo, Vol 2 (of 2)" by Bernal Diaz del Castillo
All the iron-bearing suns within reach have been plotted.
"Triplanetary" by Edward Elmer Smith
Edna says the hot sun makes the skin peel off her, and she can't bear the rubbing afterwards.
"Bosom Friends" by Angela Brazil
And yet ignorant people say that I cannot bear the light of the sun!
"The Squirrels and other animals" by George E. Waring
And O, forget that gloomy shade
That breathes his cloud 'twixt earth and light ...
All, all forget but sun and blossom,
And the bird that bears heaven in his bosom.
"From Wear To Thames" by John Freeman
God doth suffice! O thou, the patient one,
Who puttest faith in Him, and none beside,
Bear yet thy load; under the setting sun
The glad tents gleam: thou wilt be satisfied.
"The Afternoon" by Edwin Arnold
"Thy loneliness and wanderings I will share,
Thy heavy burden I will help thee bear."
"Well said," the demon answered, "and well done,
But I'll not tax you with this heavy sun.
"A Servian Legend" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
The moon upon man's path sheds down her ray,
White witness of the sun beyond our sight;
And does not change, in all its changing day,
Bear equal witness with the moon's cold light?
"The Pendulum" by Dame Mary Gilmore DBE
I am the shadowy — the widowed — sadly mute,
At ruined tower still the Prince of Aquitaine:
My single star is dead — my constellated lute
Now bears the sable sun of melancholy pain.
"El Desdichado" by Gerard de Nerval
If I were told that I must die to-morrow,
That the next sun
Which sinks should bear me past all fear and sorrow
For any one,
All the fight fought, all the short journey through:
What should I do?
"When?" by Susan Coolidge
Hagerstown — The Hagerstown Suns baseball team will partner with the Hagerstown Town and Country Almanack to keep the annual woolly bear caterpillar contest alive.
Newly acquired Bears receiver Brandon Marshall revealed to the South Florida Sun Sentinel last summer that he has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.
Newly acquired Bears receiver Brandon Marshall revealed to the South Florida Sun Sentinel last summer that he has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder .
A solar photovoltaic system installed by the Sun Valley Water and Sanitation District kept the water pumping to volunteer fire fighters fighting the Little Bear Fire when all other power in the area was lost.
California Golden Bears' Richard Rodgers (11) gets tackled from behind by Arizona State Sun Devils' Brandon Magee (8) in the third quarter of their game at Memorial Stadium at Berkeley, Calif, on Saturday, Sept 29, 2012.
Bobbles, a nine-year-old sun bear, came to the San Antonio Zoo from the Brownsville Zoo.
Sun bear s get their name from the white or yellow crescent markings on their chest.
The Hagerstown Suns have announced the 2012 Woolly Bear Caterpillar Contest winners from more than 300 entries.
The minor league Hagerstown Suns will revive a woolly bear caterpillar contest that was recently dropped by the Hagers-Town Town and Country Almanack.
Suns, Almanack join to keep woolly bear contest going.
The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reports the coastal black bear season starts Saturday for 30 hunters in Georgetown, Horry and Williamsburg counties.
Sun 10/23 BEARS (in London) 1PM.
The Paducah Sun reports the mediation will decide between a settlement or litigation to recover embezzled funds CCC Chairman Phil McIntosh says the mediation involves several parties who may bear some responsibility for the scheme.
THE MORNING SUN RISES over the South Dallas hills and the big, unassuming church bearing a simple cross.
Each mitten hanging from the tree bears a Christmas wish from an underprivileged local youngster SUN/David H Brow.
The Sun Grid Engine bears no relation to Grid computing 2All times given in this chapter will be local Paciﬁc Time.
Rates and Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae
Spatial distribution of interstellar dust in the Sun vicinity Comparison with neutral sodium-bearing gas J-L.
Spatial distribution of interstellar dust in the Sun vicinity, comparison with neutral sodium-bearing gas
We now go one step further by describing the Sun as a point source Tρσ (x) = ηρ0 ησ0M c2 δ (x) at rest in the center of the solar system; M is the mass of the Sun and δ (x) a 3-dimensional Dirac distribution bearing on the space coordinates x.
Gravity tests in the solar system and the Pioneer anomaly
To run simulations in a parameter regime that is at least in the same asymptotic limit as the Sun, one should bear in mind the following constraints.
Dynamics of the solar tachocline II: the stratified case
This work will allow us to arrive at mathematical expressions for the sun’s altitude above the horizon and for its geographic azimuth (i.e., its compass bearing), as functions of time and geographic location.
The sun's position in the sky