Terrible tempests blow from October to March, especially on the S.
Tempests and squalls are frequent, and the weather is rarely calm.
We went out to see the hero that had withstood so many tempests, and it wrung my heart to see him prostrate who had mightily striven and was now mightily fallen.
Every thwarted desire was the signal for a passionate outburst, and as she grew older and stronger, these tempests became more violent.
He comes before us as a belated epicurean, whose airy trifles cannot be warbled in an atmosphere surcharged with tempests and gunpowder.
granted Lyme to the burgesses at a fee-farm of 32 marks; on the petition of the inhabitants, who were impoverished by tempests and high tides, this was reduced to loo shillings in 1410 and to 5 marks in 1481.
He denounced the trial by ordeal of fire and water, the belief in witchcraft, and the ascription of tempests to magic,maintained the Carolingian opposition to image-worship, but carried his logic farther and opposed the adoration of the saints.
Thus the critical period passed by unused, and when the tempests had finally dispersed the defeated remnants of the Great Armada the Dutch had found a general, in the youthful Maurice of Nassau,worthy to be the rival in military genius even of Alexander of Parma.
According to tradition the islands were first peopled by Arab voyagers driven thither by tempests.
Seeds of Revolution Scottish botanists braved tempests and conflicts to discover new flowers and fauna.
tempests of life he extends his prospects to the regions of everlasting peace.
He shoots tempests at the earth, but is not essentially a malevolent deity, being invoked as a protector of cattle.
Amidst the storms and the tempests of life he extends his prospects to the regions of everlasting peace.
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