martial englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Whetstone Rocke of Regard)
(quote-book)|location=imprinted at London|publisher=By (w)|year=1580|oclc=1048958105|passage=Sir, if I were to yeeld a reaſon of my preſent preſumption for thus boldly offering vnto your worſhipful view this little hyſtoricall Abridgemẽt of Martiall exploits, by ſundrye moſt famous warriours and renowmed Capitaines long ſince atchieued: ...
(RQ:Dryden Annus Mirabilis)
(quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Printed for Newbery|John Newbery,(nb...)|year=1763|page=170|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=KEwBAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA170|oclc=723180779|passage=They Dutch were, however, repelled by the valour of the Engliſh, and the matter is now under a civil deliberation, which makes it improper for a Martial Review.
(quote-book)|chapter2=Appendix V. The Petition of Right.|title2=On Civil Liberty and Self-government|edition2=enlarged|location2=Philadelphia, Pa.|publisher2=B. Lippincott & Co.|J. B. Lippincott and Co.; London: Trübner|Trübner and Co.|year2=1859|page2=486|pageurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=m1kBAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA486|oclc2=656765502|passage=Divers commissions under your Majestie's Greate Seale have issued forth, by which certaine persons have been assigned and appointed commissioners, with power and authoritie to proceed within the land, according to the justice of martiall lawe, against such soulders and marriners, or other dissolute persons joining with them, as should commit any murder, robbery, felonie, meeting, or other outrage or misdemeanour, whatsoever; ...
(quote-book)|year=1938|oclc=220342066|location2=New York, N.Y.|publisher2=D. Appleton-Century|year2=1943|page2=194|pageurl2=https://archive.org/details/capricornianovel00herb/page/194/mode/1up|oclc2=462159385|passage=He was lying on the table with head pillowed on the broken concertina and body sheltered with the Federal Flag, looking like a martial corpse. He did not wake properly till Blossom dragged him to the tap outside and turned the water on him.
(RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet Q1-2)
(RQ:Defoe True-Born Englishman)
(quote-journal)’s Lamentation for the Deaths of (w) and (1 Samuel)|Jonathan, 2 Samuel c. 1|editor=Sylvanus Urban (w)|magazine=The Gentleman's Magazine|The Gentleman’s Magazine, and Historical Chronicle|location=London|publisher=Printed(nb...), for David Henry, and sold by Newbery (publisher)|Francis Newbery,(nb...)|month=March|year=1774|volume=XLIV|page=136|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=mHpIAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA136|column=1|oclc=192374019|passage=Ah!—each the pride of Iſrael's martial train, / Now breathleſs, on their native mountains ſlain!
(quote-book)’s Æneis.|title=Poems Descriptive and Moral;(nb...)|location=Henley, Oxfordshire?|publisher=Printed by and for the author; and sold by C. Dilly,(nb...)|year=1791|page=98|pageurl=https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=nyp.33433074860531;view=1up;seq=104|oclc=563704279|passage=Thus near the bard were ſeen / Matrons and men, join'd with the breathleſs ſhades / Of martial heroes and unbearded boys, / And virgins chaſte, or youths beore the eyes / Of their ſad parents, on the pile conſum'd; ...
(quote-book)|year=2015|page=91|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=v1ppBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA91|isbn=978-1-84819-257-7|passage=Martial arts were developed for fighting, but studying them doesn't make the practitioner a hostile individual. In fact, most practitioners are incredibly peaceful.
(quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Printed by E. Tyler, and R. Holt, for Obadiah Blagrave,(nb...)|year=1682|section=part III|page=251|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=tGpnAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA251|oclc=228724142|passage=''The Sun to the Quartile or Oppoſition of'' Mars. This Direction threatens the native with ſome martial Diſeaſe or Infirmity, as Fevers peſtilential, exceſs of Choler and Blood corrupted; it ſheweth danger by Fires, Wounds and Scalds, ill ſucceſs in Affairs, danger by Thieves and Robbers, ill having to do with martial Men, or to deal in martial Affairs; ...
(quote-book)|chapter=Another Brief Description of the Shapes and Forms of the Planets|title=An Introduction to Astrology(nb...): A Grammar of Astrology, and Tables for Calculating Nativities.(nb...)|location=London|publisher=George Bohn|Henry George Bohn,(nb...)|year=1852|page=55|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=5icSAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA55|oclc=1077929409|passage=A martial man is many times full-faced, with a lively, high colour, like sun-burnt, or like raw tanned leather; a fierce countenance, his eyes being sparkling or sharp and darting, and of yellow colour; his hair, both of head and beard, being reddish (but herein you must vary according to the sign).
Of or relating to the planet Mars; Martian.
(RQ:Homer Chapman Iliads)
(quote-journal)|date=6 February 1869|volume=III|issue=58 (New Series)|page=74|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=2JNAAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA74|column=1|oclc=1696839|passage=For, having found out by a careful series of observations, the parts of Mars' orbit where the planet entered upon its various seasons, he &91;(w)&93; noted that, soon after mid-winter of the northern hemisphere, the northern white spot attained its greatest dimensions, while the southern was reduced to a tiny oval of light; whereas half a Martial year later, the southern spot was at its largest, and the northern a mere speck when compared with its winter appearance.
(quote-journal)|month=September|year=1874|volume=XXXIV|issue=CCIII|page=277|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=z35hAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA277|oclc=624525874|passage=No naturalist can watch winter and summer come and go on the opposite hemispheres of the martial planet, without feeling that life must have come into being where all the machinery of life is in such perfect working.
(quote-book)|location=Bradford, Yorkshire|publisher=Printed for the author, by Nicholson (printer)|George Nicholson; and sold by T. Knott,(nb...)|year=1790|page=28|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/b21440177/page/28/mode/1up|oclc=931106377|passage=This ''dephlogisticated'' martial vitriol, as M. Bergman|Torbern Bergman calls it, is often found in nature, particularly in the ores of alum.
(quote-book)|year=c. 1850|section=part II|page=213|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=-ZzvbHxC1pAC&pg=PA213|oclc=859174852|passage=The martials (this is the name of my pirates) will pass in her eyes for an honest family of fishermen; I will go on your account, and make two or three visits to your young lady; I will order her certain potions, and at the end of eight days she will make acquaintance with the cemetery of Asnieres.