Familiar Words

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Beards—'Tis merry in hall When beards wag all. T. Tusser, Five Hund. Points of
Good Husbandry, ch. xlvi. Beast—It is a familiar beast to man, and signifies—love
. SHAKs. Merry Wives of Windsor, act i. sc. 1. Beast—More upward working out
the beast, And let the ape and tiger die. TENNYSON, In Memoriam, can. cxvii. v. 7
. Beast—A righteous man regardeth the life of his beast; but the tender mercies of
the wicked are cruel. Prov. xii. 10. Beast—A beast, that wants discourse of reason
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Templates Of Terrors

Author: Nitehawk Interactive Games
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Familiar” is an acquired template that can be added to some animals of Tiny size
(see table below for specific types of animals). A familiar is a normal animal that
gains new powers and becomes a magical beast when summoned to service by
an adept, sorcerer, witch†, or wizard. It retains the appearance, Hit Dice, base
attack bonus, base save bonuses, skills, and feats of the normal animal it once
was, but it is treated as a magical beast instead of an animal for the purpose of
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A Familiar Exposition Or Commentarie On Ecclesiastes

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This like condition of man and beast, to carnall iudgement, is fet downe in thefe
three verfes; which finmilitude or likeneife made the Epicures to thinke that the
estate and condition of them both, was all one; and confequently, that to eate,
drinke, and play, was the chiefe good, or onely felicity of man. For wee fee by
daily experience, that man and beaft are subiećt to the like casualties and
misfortunes, how men vexe, deuoure, lye in waite, infmare,kill, &c. one another,
as beasts doe, how ...

A Familiar Exposition Of The Revelation Of Jesus Christ

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[Here are types of the earth's rest during the happy time in which Christ will judge
and reign over it.] Turn now to the Book of Revelation, and you will find four in all
the following examples: 1. The four beasts or living creatures (Rev. iv.). 2. Four
angels (vii. 1), and standing upon, 3. the four corners of the (prophetic) earth (vii.
1), and holding, 4. thefimr winds (ibid.). 5. The four first seals distinguished as
being opened by the four beasts, and introduced by the invitation, “ come and
see” (vi).

Familiar Spirits

Author: Donald Tyson
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The folklore of the witch's familiar is so widely known, it is scarcely necessary to
describe it. Medieval witches were supposed to keep certain types of animals as
pets. These were not ordinary animals, but were held to have unnatural
intelligence and magic abilities that were employed to serve the purposes of the
witch. Usually the familiar beast was identified as a cat, particularly a black cat,
but any animal associated with Hecate, the goddess of witches, might serve. This
included cats ...

A Familiar Exposition Of The Revelation Of Jesus Christ

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(d) Rule IV. — The fourth rule is, that when any word in a vision is declared to be
symbolical, it will generally guide us into a right interpretation of the rest of that
vision. Thus " the ten horns" in chap. xvii. are symbols. They are " ten kings." What
then is the beast from which those horns do sprout ? Is it a literal wild beast ? No ;
for ten kings could not proceed from a literal beast. Nor could " the woman, which
is that great city," sit upon an animal. Without difficulty, therefore, you see (had ...

The Works Of Shakespeare

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Evcl The dozen white louses do become an old coat well ; it agrees well, passant
: it is a familiar beast to man, and signifies love. Shal. The luce is the fresh fish ;
the salt fish is an old coat.5 4 Shallow here identifies himself with " all his
successors gone before him ; " an aristocratic way of speaking once common in
England, and not wholly laid aside yet. Washington Allston was once the guest of
an English nobleman who, though Shallow in nothing else, said he came over
with William ...

The Works Of William Shakespeare

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The dozen white louses do become an old coat well ; it agrees well, passant : it is
a familiar beast to man, and signifies love. Slial. The luce is the fresh fish ; the salt
fish is an old coat.5 Slcn. I may quarter, coz ? Shal. You may, by. 4 Shallow here
identifies himself with " all his successors gone before him ; " an aristocratic way
of speaking once common in England, and not wholly laid aside yet. Washington
Allston was once the guest of an English nobleman who, though. Shallow in ...

Works The Text Carefully Restored According To The First Editions

Author: William Shakespeare
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The dozen white louses do become an old coat well ; it agrees well, passant : it is
a familiar beast to man, and signifies love. Skal. The luce is the fresh fish ; the salt
fish is an old coat.6 4 Shallow here identifies himself with " all his successors
gone before him ; " an aristocratic way of speaking' once common in England,
and not wholly laid aside yet. . Washington Allston was once the guest of an
English nobleman who, though Shallow in nothing else, said he came over with
William the ...

The Familiar Epistles Of Mr John Company To Mr John Bull Repr With Additions From Blackwood S Magazine

Author: John Company (pseud.)
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If I had thought it, you may be sure I should have prepared myself better for the
crisis. I repeat that we are neither of us prophets. But if I did not know in 1856, that
my Sepoy army would in 1857 be all in a blaze of mutiny, I am certain that they
did not know it a jot better themselves. You know the story of the gentleman who
reared and kept a tame tiger. He fed it well with mild diet — with milk-and-bread
and biscuits, but no flesh : he treated it kindly, gave the beast a warm place on his
rug, ...