So, then the moon displays
invariably the same face to the earth; nevertheless, to be quite exact, it is necessary to add that, in consequence of certain fluctuations of north and south, and of west and east, termed her libration, she permits rather more than half, that is to say, five-sevenths, to be seen.
There was an exchange of bugle blasts; then a parley from the walls, where men-at-arms, in hauberk and morion, marched back and forth with halberd at shoulder under flapping banners with the rude figure of a dragon displayed
upon them; and then the great gates were flung open, the drawbridge was lowered, and the head of the cavalcade swept forward under the frowning arches; and we, following, soon found ourselves in a great paved court, with towers and turrets stretching up into the blue air on all the four sides; and all about us the dismount was going on, and much greeting and ceremony, and running to and fro, and a gay display
of moving and intermingling colors, and an altogether pleasant stir and noise and confusion.
"Thank you, I am quite well," answered the Queen, demurely, as she sat up and displayed
the tiny golden crown upon her head.
Buckingham listened patiently to Raoul's remarks, for he instinctively felt, without having had any proof that such was the case, that Raoul checked the display
of De Guiche's feelings, and that, had it not been for Raoul, some mad act or proceeding, either of the count, or of Buckingham himself, would have brought about an open rupture, or a disturbance -- perhaps even exile itself.
As these are possibly sweeter than what are occasioned by any other hearty meal, I should take more pains to display
them to the reader, if I knew any air to recommend him to for the procuring such an appetite.
In the meanwhile, the bustling Prior of Jorvaulx had reminded Prince John, in a whisper, that the victor must now display
his good judgment, instead of his valour, by selecting from among the beauties who graced the galleries a lady, who should fill the throne of the Queen of Beauty and of Love, and deliver the prize of the tourney upon the ensuing day.
He executed the order in the twinkling of an eye, and unrolling a piece of tappa, displayed
to my astonished gaze the identical pumps which I thought had been destroyed long before.
But in America, the coins current being the sole arms of the aristocracy, their display
may be said, in general, to be the sole means of the aristocratic distinction; and the populace, looking always upward for models,,are insensibly led to confound the two entirely separate ideas of magnificence and beauty.
Both Montgomery and Moreau displayed
particular solicitude to keep them ignorant of the taste of blood; they feared the inevitable suggestions of that flavour.
In fact, so little ingenuity do they at times display
in this particular, that at one of our camps on Snake River, a beaver was found with his head wedged into the cut which he had made, the tree having fallen upon him and held him prisoner until he died."
For these one looked much more anxiously than for the charms of nature, which every where were so profusely displayed
'My dear Gilbert, I wish you would try to be a little more amiable,' said my mother one morning after some display
of unjustifiable ill-humour on my part.