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" and saw the shops of the bakers and confectioners, my heart began to palpitate, for I had not money to buy, nor did I feel inclined to beg. In this way, I went along, saying to myself, I will ask something in the next shop. At last, strength had failed... "
Bāgh O Bahār: Or, Tales of the Four Darweshes - 187. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1874 - 315 oldal
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The Tale of the Four Durwesh: Translated from the Oordoo Tongue of Meer ...

Mīr Amman Dihlavī, Lewis Ferdinand Smith - 1850 - 175 oldal
...the confectioner's and baker's shops, my heart grieved that I had not money to buy, nor did I wish to beg ; in this way I went along, saying to myself, I will ask something in the next shop ; at last the little remains of strength I had failed me, and my stomach yearned with extreme hunger ; life was...

The Tale of the Four Durwesh: Translated from the Oordoo Tongue of Meer ...

Mīr Amman Dihlavī, Lewis Ferdinand Smith - 1850 - 175 oldal
...confectioner's and baker's shops, my heart grieved that I had not money to buy, nor did I wish to beg ; m this way I went along, saying to myself, I will ask something in the next shop; at last the little remains of strength I had failed me, and my stomach yearned with extreme hunger ; life was...

The Bāg̲h̲ O Bahār: Or, The Garden and the Spring

1852 - 251 oldal
...evening. In the mid-way I came to a mountain, there I passed the night. In the morning I entered the city, and saw the shops of the bakers and confectioners. My heart began to quake. I neither had the money to purchase, nor was my mind willing to beg. I was encouraging my heart...

Bāgh O Bahār; Or Tales of the Four Darweshes

Mir Amman Dihlavi - 1857
...fifteen furlongs. iay there all night; the next morning I reached the city; when I came to the bdzdr and saw the shops of the bakers and confectioners,...shop. At last, strength had failed me, and my stomach' yearned with extreme hunger; life was nearly quitting my body. By chance, I saw two young men dressed...

The Tale of the Four Durwesh: Translated from the Oordoo Tongue of Meer ...

Mīr Amman Dihlavī, Lewis Ferdinand Smith - 1884 - 256 oldal
...the confectioners' and bakers' shops my heart grieved, that I had not money to buy, nor did I wish to beg. In this way I went along, saying to myself, I will ask something in the next shop. At last the little remains of strength I had, failed me, and my stomach yearned with extreme hunger : life...

The Tale of the Four Durwesh

Mīr Amman Dihlavī - 1895 - 292 oldal
...and saw the confectioner's and baker's shops, my heart grieved, that I had not money to buy, nor wish to beg ; in this way I went along, saying to myself I will ask something in the next shop ; at last the iittle remains of strength L had failed me, and my stomach yearned with extreme hunger ; life was...

A Practical Hindustani Grammar, 2. rész

Arthur Octavius Green - 1895
...bazar, and saw the shops of the bakers and confectioners, my heart began to long, for I had neither money to buy, nor did I feel inclined to beg. In this way I went along, consoling myself (with the thought), that I would get something from the next shop. At last no strength...




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