"Thus: Once in every year, on the first day of the new moon of the summer season, Jikiza holds
a meeting of the headmen.
And the former of them roams peacefully over the earth and the sea's broad back and is kindly to men; but the other has a heart of iron, and his spirit within him is pitiless as bronze: whomsoever of men he has once seized he holds
fast: and he is hateful even to the deathless gods.
But when states are acquired in a country differing in language, customs, or laws, there are difficulties, and good fortune and great energy are needed to hold
them, and one of the greatest and most real helps would be that he who has acquired them should go and reside there.
!" cried Robin, when at last the other had come close to him.
"Now, Jack, be sure to hold
fast to this post and then you can't fall off and get smashed."
The first that he came upon was the pummelled Don Quixote, who lay stretched senseless on his back upon his broken-down bed, and, his hand falling on the beard as he felt about, he continued to cry, "Help for the Jurisdiction!" but perceiving that he whom he had laid hold
of did not move or stir, he concluded that he was dead and that those in the room were his murderers, and with this suspicion he raised his voice still higher, calling out, "Shut the inn gate; see that no one goes out; they have killed a man here!" This cry startled them all, and each dropped the contest at the point at which the voice reached him.
I find it wery hard to hold
that young man off of your inside.
Genevieve realized that in the clinches he was not being beaten-- why, then, did not the referee let him hold
It was no very easy task, for the skiff lay amidships and was full of hamper, and the breaking of the heavier seas continually forced us to give over and hold
on; but we all wrought like horses while we could.
the torch up till I've got to the end of the court, and then kennel yourself, do you hear?'
"And now that's done," said the blind man; and at the words he suddenly left hold
of me, and with incredible accuracy and nimbleness, skipped out of the parlour and into the road, where, as I still stood motionless, I could hear his stick go tap-tap-tapping into the distance.
Above all, the owner of the soil could still hold
his head high as the veritable Socman of Minstead--that is, as holding the land in free socage, with no feudal superior, and answerable to no man lower than the king.