Furthermore, I would perform but this one miracle
at this time, and no more; if it failed to satisfy and any murmured, I would turn the murmurers into horses, and make them useful.
X said he had not known, before, that there were people honest enough to do this miracle
in public, but he was aware that thousands upon thousands of labels were imported into America from Europe every year, to enable dealers to furnish to their customers in a quiet and inexpensive way all the different kinds of foreign wines they might require.
It was not I who did it, it was love, love for Dejah Thoris, a power that would work greater miracles
than this you have seen.
A great miracle
, indeed," said Mazarin; "for, if the news was true, King Charles II.
He believed that all things were one big Miracle
, and when a man knows that much he knows something to go upon.
She talked to him while she drew the curtains, but he did not answer; he had remembered at once that this was the morning for the miracle
I am surprised myself; it seems always to me as I compare it with the day that I first set foot upon it from the deck of the Sari that only a miracle
could have worked the change that has taken place.
Had there been no "Shame of the Sun" there would have been no landslide, and had there been no miracle
in the go of "The Shame of the Sun" there would have been no landslide.
He accepted such things as he accepted the everlasting miracles
of the light and of the dark, which were no miracles
to him any more than was his wire coat a miracle
, or his beating heart, or his thinking brain.
Then Merlin went to the Archbishop of Canterbury and counselled him for to send for all the lords of the realm, and all the gentlemen of arms, that they should come to London afore Christmas upon pain of cursing, and for this cause, that as Jesus was born on that night, that he would of his great mercy show some miracle
, as he was come to be king of all mankind, for to show some miracle
who should be right wise king of this realm.
All the little sprites who went to his school--for he kept a sprite school--told each other that a miracle
had happened; and that now only, as they thought, it would be possible to see how the world really looked.
Ovid tells us of a flower into which Hyacinthus was metamorphosed, that bears letters on its leaves, which Virgil recommended as a miracle
to the Royal Society of his day; but no age nor nation hath ever recorded a bird with a letter in its maw.