|Performer:||J. B. Powell|
|Title:||Who'll Be Able To Stand / Three Score And Ten|
|Other format:||AU AA VQF MP1 VOC RA DXD|
King James Bible The days of our years are threescore years and ten; and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away. Christian Standard Bible Our lives last seventy years or, if we are strong, eighty years. Even the best of them are struggle and sorrow; indeed, they pass quickly and we fly away. JPS Tanakh 1917 The days of our years are threescore years and ten, Or even by reason of strength fourscore years; Yet is their pride but travail and vanity; For it is speedily gone, and we fly away. New American Standard 1977 As for the days of our life, they contain seventy years, Or if due to strength, eighty years, Yet their pride is but labor and sorrow; For soon it is gone and we fly away. Those who make a mock at sin, and make light of Christ, surely do not know the power of God's anger. Who among us can dwell with that devouring fire?
Who is able (Revised Version). Thus Malachi 3:2, "Who shall stand when he appeareth?" And Nahum 1:6. Thus, then, the question in ver. 10, "How long?" is answered; not by limiting the length of time, but by a renewed assurance of an awful termination of the course of the world, at the appearance of the Judge. The dread attending that end is vividly portrayed, and the fear of the wicked, with their conscience-stricken inquiry, "Who is able to stand?" an answer to which is required for the edification of the faithful.
Harold Clayton Lloyd Sr. (April 20, 1893 – March 8, 1971) was an American actor, comedian, and stunt performer who appeared in many silent comedy films. Lloyd is considered alongside Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as one of the most influential film comedians of the silent film era. Lloyd made nearly 200 comedy films, both silent and "talkies", between 1914 and 1947. His bespectacled "Glass" character was a resourceful, success-seeking go-getter who matched the zeitgeist of the 1920s-era United States.
Barry Bruce Powell (born 1942) is an American classical scholar. He is the Halls-Bascom Professor of Classics Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, author of the widely used textbook Classical Myth and many other books. Trained at Berkeley and Harvard, he is a specialist in Homer and in the history of writing. He has also taught Egyptian philology for many years and courses in Egyptian civilization.
She hates not being able to do what she wants. Она терпеть не может, когда ей нельзя делать то, что хочется. They haven't been able to find a flat yet. They're still looking. Им пока не удалось найти квартиру: они еще в поиске. Other sets by this creator.
When Monk met Powell he introduced Powell to musicians who were starting to play bebop at Minton's Playhouse. Monk was a resident pianist, and he presented Powell as his protégé. Their mutual affection grew, and Monk became Powell's greatest mentor. Powell eagerly experimented with Monk's idea. Ten days after his release, his headaches persisted and he was hospitalized at Bellevue, an observation ward, and then in a state psychiatric hospital sixty miles away Powell resumed playing in Manhattan after released. In 1945–46 he recorded with Frank Socolow, Sarah Vaughan, Dexter Gordon, J. J. Johnson, Sonny Stitt, Fats Navarro, and Kenny Clarke. Powell became known for his sight-reading and his skill at fast tempos. Parker chose Powell to be his pianist on a May 1947 quintet recording session with Miles Davis, Tommy.
be able to. Masha called me yesterday because she remember how to get to my house. Simon isn't going to finish the report by the end of the day. be able to. Pierre has passed his driving test, so now he drive his father's car. can. I haven't speak to Harry for over three weeks. He never answers his phone. been able to. The train was delayed so I get to the meeting on time. Miriam hates not play chess as well as Luke. He always beats her and she's a really bad loser! being able to. Sometimes when you're on Skype you.
I used to be able to stand on my head, but I can't do it now. 5. I can't understand Martin. I've never been able to understand him. 6. I can't see you on Friday, but I can meet you on Saturday morning. 7. Ask Catherine about your problem. She might be able to help you. 2. Complete the sentences with DN'T + following. 1. I'm afraid I can't come to your party next week. When Tim was 16, he could run 100 metres in 11 seconds. 3. 'Are you in a hurry?' 'No, I've got plenty of time. She could play the piano very well. 9. A girl fell into the river, but fortunately we managed to rescue her. 10. I had forgotten to bring my camera, so I couldn't take any photographs. B: Yes, there was nobody to disturb me, so I was able to finish. B: Yes, there was nobody to disturb me, so I was able to finish it. Your directions were good and we were able to find.
|A||Who'll Be Able To Stand|
|B||Three Score And Ten|