Not trusting her voice, she moved into his arms and tried to muster a smile.
During the Persian wars the state, which had recently joined the Peloponnesian League, could still muster 3000 hoplites.
In 1833 he took part in the closing scenes of the Black Hawk War, was present at the capture of Black Hawk, and was sent to Dixon, Illinois, to muster into service some volunteers from that state.
The Roman Catholics muster strongest on the left bank, while on the right bank about half the population is Protestant.
At Arzila, where he landed, he was joined by Mulai Ahmad, who could only muster Soo soldiers.
In both houses, though Sagasta had allowed a larger share than Canovas was wont to do to the minorities, so much so that on the opposition benches the Republicans of various shades were represented by their most eminent leaders, the Carlists had a respectable group, and the Conservatives a strong muster, flanked by a group of dissentients.
As a result, Massachusetts was the only northern state in any way prepared for war when the Confederates fired on Fort Sumter; and her troops began to muster in Boston on the 16th of April, the very day after President Lincoln's call for volunteers.
The record was so inaccurate that it had no statistical value until 1820, when the muster was taken after due preparation and with greater care, approximating to the system of a regular census.
The " quarrel of the chiefs," the " muster of the army," the " duel of Paris and Menelaus," &c., are excellent beginnings, but have no satisfying conclusion.
It gave the English king, less opposed by his nobles since his favourite, Gaveston, was slain, time to muster a large army, which Bruce must meet, if at all, in the open field.
Trojan muster - Trojan catalogue.
He called to muster everyone in ear shot to inaugurate a building to building search, beginning in a ten mile radius of the abandoned van.
It was near Nineveh that Darius was waiting with the immense host which a supreme effort could muster from all parts of the empire.
The revival French of learning has a noble muster-roll of names in France: scholar Turnebus, the patriarch of Hellenistic studies; the.