139-146) And again, she bare
the Cyclopes, overbearing in spirit, Brontes, and Steropes and stubborn-hearted Arges (6), who gave Zeus the thunder and made the thunderbolt: in all else they were like the gods, but one eye only was set in the midst of their fore-heads.
Then did the famous warrior arise beside his shield, hard under helmet he bare
the sword- shirt, under the cliffs of stone, he trusted in the strength of one man; nor is such an expedition for a coward.
He had forgotten that summer was over, that winter must ever come; and who could think of cold winds, bare
boughs, or frozen streams on such a day?
It was about three inches long, and on removing the clotted hair from about it, showed the skull laid completely bare
Or if not," she continued, pursuing her own thought with a painful application, "if it's not worth while to have given up, to have missed things, so that others may be saved from disillusionment and misery--then everything I came home for, everything that made my other life seem by contrast so bare
and so poor because no one there took account of them--all these things are a sham or a dream--"
He was horror stricken at the thought of a woman smoking and trembled also to think that his eyes, just raised from the pages of the book of God, had looked upon the bare
shoulders and white throat of a woman.
He turned and saw her with the balu hugged close to her hairy breast, and put out his hands to take the little one, expecting that Teeka would bare
her fangs and spring upon him; but instead she placed the balu in his arms, and coming nearer, licked his frightful wounds.
A FLEA settled upon the bare
foot of a Wrestler and bit him, causing the man to call loudly upon Hercules for help.