In the eighties the great concern of the government was to make a harmonious whole out of two very widely differing partsthe long-settled French Canadians and the newly arrived United Empire Loyalists.
It did not differ materially from the team of 1910 which compelled the use of the nickname "Speed Boys."
In fact, such are its advantages that we must presume that it differs considerably from the Anglo-Saxon "Hand-cop" and the somewhat primitive article used upon the unwilling prophet of the Carpathian Sea.
The lyre might be of unaccustomed shape for the purpose of indicating that Shelley's poetry differs very essentially, in tone and treatment, from that of other writers.
It will be seen that he differed little from his modern representative.
They were not allied to the aurora; they differed radically from the ordinary volcanic emanations; and scarcely resembled any electrical displays I had ever seen.
For England of my heart not only differs fundamentally from every other country of the known world, but from itself in its different parts, and that radically.
Mr. Cohen's ideas will be found to differ exceedingly from that of the (Imperial) merchants, who, in point of fact, are not free men, and cannot be trustworthy witnesses.
And they differ so markedly among themselves that they provide a new and accurate means of classifying varieties among the races of the species: man.
However profoundly they may differ on points of detail, all Poles agree that the first essential is the attainment of that unity without which they may at any moment become, as now, the battleground of three great Empires, and which provides the key with which they themselves can unlock the portals of their future destiny.
Their present scarcely differed from their former demands; nor were they less unpalatable to the king.
I totally differ from your idea that the "Marinere" should have had a character and a profession.
In general, the acts which I have called ideational have been highly adaptive, and the learning processes in connection with which they have appeared have differed strikingly fr
They appear completely to negative the idea that Saturn's form differs sensibly from an ellipsoid.
Yet, I shall as candidly acknowledge, that our best Poets have differed from other nations, though not so happily [felicitously], in usually mingling and interweaving Mirth and Sadness, through the whole course of their Plays.
It was impossible for law to dictate the conditions on which two free and equal individuals should live together, merely because they differed in sex.
So that morning we had differed violently; we had quarrelled as equals.
That we individually differ in conduct, and, therefore, probably in ideas, from our countrymen, they necessarily know; that we form a body apart with laws and tenets of our own, is at least suspected.
While honestly differing from him on certain questions, I am yet convinced that, in all his beliefs, he was absolutely sincere, and
Furthermore, according to this scholastic view, the three arts differed only as they utilized different means to attain this end.
The horse on which Mr Croft had ridden over from the Springs was tied to a fence near by, and he now seemed to indicate by his restless movements that it was quite time for the gentleman to go home; but with this opinion Mr Croft decidedly differed.
Perhaps my district, in consequence of this minute subdivision of property, and its contact with the town, is the most troublesome district in the island; and the character of the apprentices differs consequently from that in the more rural districts, where not above half the complaints are made.
The writings, however, differ endlessly as to their value, according to the knowledge and authority possessed by the writers, and according to their nearness to the events described.
Moreover, they, emphatically the physically normal ones, differ from one another enormously in the extent to which mental operations are possible.
They all seem grave, or but seldom gently jocular, respectful to each other, and perhaps a trifle tedious; they never quarrel, however deeply they may differ, and we may guess that they did not hold their opinions strongly enough to urge them to open rupture.