But tell me," said Dorothy, "how did such a brave Champion happen to let the bears
The grizzly bear
is the only really formidable quadruped of our continent.
My man Friday had delivered our guide, and when we came up to him he was helping him off his horse, for the man was both hurt and frightened, when on a sudden we espied the bear
come out of the wood; and a monstrous one it was, the biggest by far that ever I saw.
Presently, with two great bears
dogging our footsteps we entered a dense fog,
And as to the prize, sire," quoth Sir Nigel, "I am sure that I speak for all when I say this French knight hath our leave to bear
it away with him if he can fairly win it.
I'll brood over miseries no longer, but put a good face on the matter, and try the fresh air and the bears
again; and if that don't do, I'll talk to the baroness soundly, and cut the Von Swillenhausens dead.
would have liked to go at once, but the wolf held him back by the sleeve, and said: 'No, you must wait until the lord and lady Queen have gone away again.
His very next trip he killed a young bear
, nearly full-grown, and on the trip following, a large male bear
and his mate.
But the Showman passed on, in maiden meditation, fancy free, and being joined soon afterward by the Bear
, who was absently picking his teeth, it was inferred that they were not unacquainted.
Well," continued the Tin Woodman, "the old woman had an idea that the Powder in the bottle must be moth-powder, because it smelled something like moth-powder; so one day she sprinkled it on her bear
rug to keep the moths out of it.
53-74) Them in Pieria did Mnemosyne (Memory), who reigns over the hills of Eleuther, bear
of union with the father, the son of Cronos, a forgetting of ills and a rest from sorrow.
The citizens of a free state ought to [1297b] consist of those only who bear
arms: with respect to their census it is not easy to determine exactly what it ought to be, but the rule that should direct upon this subject should be to make it as extensive as possible, so that those who are enrolled in it make up a greater part of the people than those who are not; for those who are poor, although they partake not of the offices of the state, are willing to live quiet, provided that no one disturbs them in their property: but this is not an easy matter; for it may not always happen, that those who are at the head of public affairs are of a humane behaviour.