Katie," she said to the maid, "bring the princess her gray dress, and you'll see, Mademoiselle Bourienne, how I shall arrange it," she added, smiling with a foretaste of artistic pleasure.
The boy had a bitter foretaste of life.
So you see, I had a foretaste of the pleasure which I hope some day to have of visiting Florence.
It was in itself a foretaste of resurrection, and the puzzled disciples remembered that the scribes declared that before the resurrection Elijah would appear.
Chaucer's poetry, which owed so much to Italian examples, gave an early foretaste of the former.
This explains the retention of Italy, imposed on the Directory from 1796 onward, followed by his criminal treatment of Venice, the foundation of the Cisalpine republica foretaste of future annexatiofis the restoration of that republic after his return from Egypt, and in view of his as yet inchoate designs, the postponed solution of the Italian problem which the treaty of Lunville bad raised.
In the constitution of the Jomborg state and again in that of the eastern Vaerings (a Scandinavian body in the service of the East Roman Empire) we see a constitution which looks like the foretaste of that of the Templars or the Teutonic Knights.
was but a foretaste of the discrepancy between the Commons and the nation, which was to prove the marked feature of the middle of the century now opening.
foretaste of heaven.
foretaste of things to come.
foretaste of the coming messianic banquet.
foretaste of the life to come.
foretaste of the future?
We are also present with one another, sharing the bread which is given by God as foretaste of the coming messianic banquet.
This storm offered a foretaste of many dangerous storms to which I was subjected during the trip.
disallowed due to foot and mouth disease, we already have a foretaste of what might come to pass.
A further aim of this paper is to provide a foretaste of the areas of study on offer in later parts of the course.
For the past thirteen years, the Iraqis had a foretaste of what a war for water would be.
At last Caithness was about to get a foretaste of what the future held in store for it.
With Jesus ' physical presence there was an amazing foretaste of heaven - and this was evidenced by the miracles he performed.
That good and sweet feeling which you sometimes have is the effect of present grace and a certain foretaste of your heavenly home.
Last year, SARS gave several countries a small foretaste of what a biological or chemical attack might be like.
His love of the woodland and his political fervour often remind us of Shelley, and his delicate perception of Hellenic beauty, and the perfume of Greek legend, give us almost a foretaste of Keats.
She will appear on BBC Radio 3's In Tune on 1 June to give a foretaste of some of her arias.
This impartial severity was a foretaste of Kuprili's rule, which was characterized throughout by a vigour which belied the expectations based upon his advanced years, and by a ruthlessness which in time grew to be almost blood-lust.
foretaste of hell.
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