tremblingly ; but the gentle, assuring smile which she cast upon him, at once banished his timidity, and he suffered his ... And shekels of gold, and pots of double maccabces, and precious stones, pearls, and sardonyx, and carbuncles more ... Rabbi Abimelech, it is said, 1 the vain-glorious man shall fall in the snare of his own heart. .... the manifestation of a constant inward reference to the exorbitant price they pay daily for their counters, and of keen anticipation or apprehension of loss.
|Title||:||Rapport du Comité consultatif|
|Author||:||International Financial Conference, League of Nations|