Usage examples for Julius

  1. He reminded him how, coming together in Florence, when Michelangelo lay there in hiding from Pope Julius, they had talked about the East, and he had expressed a wish to travel into Turkey. – The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti by John Addington Symonds
  2. Pope Julius the Second went to work impetuously in all his affairs, and found the times and circumstances conform so well to that line of action that he always met with success. – The Prince by Nicolo Machiavelli
  3. That is, she was; Julius was playing he was the audience. – Continuous Vaudeville by Will M. Cressy
  4. He most sedulously denied his authorship of the Julius dialogue, for fear of the consequences, even to More, and always in such a way as to avoid saying outright, 'I did not write it'. – Erasmus and the Age of Reformation by Johan Huizinga
  5. Besides, Julius- Mr Rimbolt laughed good- humouredly. – A Dog with a Bad Name by Talbot Baines Reed
  6. Now the Pope had died in the beginning of the year 1513. And in the deepest secrecy, between his work on the New Testament and Jerome, Erasmus took revenge on the martial Pope, for the misery of the times, by writing the masterly satire, entitled Julius exclusus, in which the Pope appears in all his glory before the gate of the Heavenly Paradise to plead his cause and find himself excluded. – Erasmus and the Age of Reformation by Johan Huizinga
  7. The facts- as I've just heard from Julius Felborn- are these. – Lord John in New York by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  8. You say I am proclaimed King, Julius. – A Son of the Immortals by Louis Tracy
  9. As soon as Tisza became premier for the first time, Count Apponyi left the Liberal party and lately Count Julius Andrassy and his wife's sons- in- law, Count Karoli and Marquis Pallavicini, have been in violent opposition to Tisza, Pallavicini even fighting a duel with the Prime Minister. – Face to Face with Kaiserism by James W. Gerard
  10. The conquerors divided their own land among their clans, and the clans divided it in equal parts among the families; but they did not interfere with the djemmaas of their tributaries which still practise the habit mentioned by Julius Caesar; namely, the djemmaa decides each year which part of the communal territory must be cultivated, and this land is divided into as many parts as there are families, and the parts are distributed by lot. – Mutual Aid A Factor of Evolution by kniaz' Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin
  11. It was late in the afternoon when Hawden and I returned, and the buggy was to be seen a long way down the road, approaching at the going- for- the- doctor pace at which uncle Julius always drove. – My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin
  12. Why did you stop, Julius? – The Conjure Woman by Charles W. Chesnutt
  13. You, too, Julius, his smile coming back. – The Bells of San Juan by Jackson Gregory
  14. She wrote Julius Dresser who had come under Quimby's influence, suggesting that he would step forward into the place vacated. – Modern Religious Cults and Movements by Gaius Glenn Atkins
  15. " You is hit de bull's- eye de fus' fire, ma'm," assented Julius. – The Conjure Woman by Charles W. Chesnutt
  16. I am sorry, Julius, I said to the old man; I should have liked to oblige you by keeping him; but I can't stand Tom any longer. – The Conjure Woman by Charles W. Chesnutt
  17. If one would see Sir Julius as Milton saw him, let him look upon his portrait that hangs in the National Portrait Gallery with his great contemporaries. – Milton's England by Lucia Ames Mead
  18. Our ladies are to hold the first meeting this season a week from to- morrow, when the obituary notice of Julius R. Woodruff's death will be read, and listened to with interest. – Miss Ellis's Mission by Mary P. Wells Smith
  19. Shall I dance the ancient Druid dance for you, as I did before Julius Caesar? – The Secret of Sarek by Maurice Leblanc
  20. The baked beans and coffee were of about the railroad- refreshment quality; but eating them with Grant was like sitting down to baked beans and coffee with Julius Caesar, or Alexander, or some other great Plutarchan captain. – Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells by William Dean Howells