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" ... he carried a staff in his hand to support his tottering limbs, whilst, as he proceeded, he gasped with pain, and the breath from his mouth sounded, as it came, like the raspings of a saw. "
The Romantic Legend of Sâkya Buddha: From the Chinese-Sanscrit - Page 109
by Samuel Beal - 1875 - 395 lehte
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The British Quarterly Review, 82. köide

Henry Allon - 1886
...streets a decrepit old man — his skin shrivelled up. his teeth gone, his body bent to the earth. He carried a staff in his hand to support his tottering...sounded, as it came, like the raspings of a saw.' On another occasion, when driving out, the young prince saw 'a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped...
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Belgravia, a London magazine, conducted by M.E. Braddon, 28. köide

Belgravia - 1866 - 2 lehte
...of the royal progress in a manner that puts our modern pageantry to the blush — ' an old decrepit man, his skin shrivelled up, his head bald, his teeth...sounded, as it came, like the raspings of a saw.' Filled with emotion at this piteous spectacle, the prince inquires of his coachman the meaning of it,...
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Belgravia, 28. köide

1876
...of the royal progress in a manner that puts our modern pageantry to the blush — ' an old decrepit man, his skin shrivelled up, his head bald, his teeth...sounded, as it came, like the raspings of a saw.' Filled with emotion at this piteous spectacle, the prince inquires of his coachman the meaning of it,...
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The Natural History of Atheism

John Stuart Blackie - 1877 - 247 lehte
...of an old decrepit man ; his skin shrivelled up, his head bald, his teeth gone, his body bent down. He carried a staff in his hand to support his tottering limbs ; whilst, as he proceeded, he gasped \rith pain, and the breath from his mouth sounded, as it came, like the raspings of a saw."* And then,...
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The Natural History of Atheism

John Stuart Blackie - 1878 - 253 lehte
...man; his skin shrivelled up, his head bald, his teeth gone, his body bent down. He carried a staflf in his hand to support his tottering limbs; whilst,...sounded, as it came, like the raspings of a saw." * And then, on inquiry, he was informed by the coachman that this was by no means a singular spectacle,...
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The British Quarterly Review, 82. köide

Henry Allon - 1885
...decrepit old man — his skin shrivelled up, his teeth gone, his body bent to the earth. He carried & staff in his hand to support his tottering limbs ;...sounded, as it came, like the raspings of a saw.' On another occasion, -when driving out, the younj prince saw 'a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped...
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