how destitute of friendly counsel and aid
, even in his greatest extremities
I could not bear to return to the sordid village, where, besides, no prospect of aid
But he is a monarch by whom Fitzurse and De Bracy hope to rise and thrive; and therefore you aid
him with your policy, and I with the lances of my Free Companions.
Here, brother Sancho Panza," said Don Quixote when he saw it, "we may plunge our hands up to the elbows in what they call adventures; but observe, even shouldst thou see me in the greatest danger in the world, thou must not put a hand to thy sword in my defence, unless indeed thou perceivest that those who assail me are rabble or base folk; for in that case thou mayest very properly aid
me; but if they be knights it is on no account permitted or allowed thee by the laws of knighthood to help me until thou hast been dubbed a knight.
Who does not know of your cruelty to the poor and ignorant--you who should use your great office to aid
them, instead of oppress?
IT HAS been urged, in different shapes, that a Constitution of the kind proposed by the convention cannot operate without the aid
of a military force to execute its laws.
Later, Sola, with the aid
of several of the other women, remodeled the trappings to fit my lesser proportions, and after they completed the work I went about garbed in all the panoply of war.
For the plot ought to be so constructed that, even without the aid
of the eye, he who hears the tale told will thrill with horror and melt to pity at what takes place.
But it appearing a paltry thing to serve under others, he resolved, with the aid
of some citizens of Fermo, to whom the slavery of their country was dearer than its liberty, and with the help of the Vitelleschi, to seize Fermo.
Hence those who use fire as an aid
to the attack show intelligence; those who use water as an aid
to the attack gain an accession of strength.
Raoul sprang from his horse, to which he left the charge of its own preservation, and in three or four strokes was at the gentleman's side; he seized the horse at once by the curb and raised its head above water; the animal began to breathe again and, as if he comprehended that they had come to his aid
, redoubled his efforts.
The narrative commenced by a description of a Saxon peasant's hut, situated within the confines of a great, leafless, winter forest; it represented an evening in December; flakes of snow were falling, and the herdsman foretold a heavy storm; he summoned his wife to aid
him in collecting their flock, roaming far away on the pastoral banks of the Thone; he warns her that it will be late ere they return.