At the same time be observed that the man who had told them about the matter was wrong in saying that the two who brayed were regidors, for according to the lines of the standard they were alcaldes.
Don Quixote, putting up his visor, advanced with an easy bearing and demeanour to the standard with the ass, and all the chief men of the army gathered round him to look at him, staring at him with the usual amazement that everybody felt on seeing him for the first time.
Again he was ab- sorbed in his duties as agent of the Standard
Two hundred heavily-armed cavalry rode behind the Audley standard
, while close at their heels came the Duke of Lancaster with a glittering train, heralds tabarded with the royal arms riding three deep upon cream-colored chargers in front of him.
Oil and Rockefeller--see upcoming footnote: "Rockefeller began as a member .
There is no more deviation in the moral standard
than in the standard
of height or bulk.
Either the value of land, or the number of the people, may serve as a standard
The terms of sale were lowered by him to the standard
fixed by Mr.
But to General Monk, to the illustrious man of whose standard
I believe I have taken measure, I say: `My lord, there is for you in the history of peoples and kings a brilliant place, an immortal, imperishable glory, if alone, without any other interest but the good of your country and the interests of justice, you become the supporter of your king.
Perhaps Charles Strickland was dull judged by a standard
that demanded above all things verbal scintillation; but his intelligence was adequate to his surroundings, and that is a passport, not only to reasonable success, but still more to happiness.
Part of which heaps, are to be with standards
of little bushes pricked upon their top, and part without.
And at that moment, though the day was still, a light gust of wind blowing over the army slightly stirred the streamers on the lances and the unfolded standards
fluttered against their staffs.