The alcalde finally put it in legal form, and the declaration was made with all the formalities required in such cases, at which Don Quixote and Sancho were in high delight, as if a declaration of the sort was of any great importance to them, and as if their words and deeds did not plainly show the difference between the two Don Quixotes and the two Sanchos.
and finally, very few men want to show their minds openly to their friends, so that they see no reason for coordinating their symbolic bodily expressions.
Being practically on the frontier--for the Borgo Pass leads from it into Bukovina--it has had a very stormy existence, and it certainly shows marks of it.
The privileges which we find granted by ancient charters to the inhabitants of some of the principal towns in Europe, sufficiently show what they were before those grants.
They dismounted at a hostelry which Don Quixote recognised as such and did not take to be a castle with moat, turrets, portcullis, and drawbridge; for ever since he had been vanquished he talked more rationally about everything, as will be shown presently.
Now one of the instances in which this knight most conspicuously showed his prudence, worth, valour, endurance, fortitude, and love, was when he withdrew, rejected by the Lady Oriana, to do penance upon the Pena Pobre, changing his name into that of Beltenebros, a name assuredly significant and appropriate to the life which he had voluntarily adopted.
While the curate was speaking, the disguised damsel stood as if spell-bound, looking at them without opening her lips or uttering a word, just like a village rustic to whom something strange that he has never seen before has been suddenly shown; but on the curate addressing some further words to the same effect to her, sighing deeply she broke silence and said: "Since the solitude of these mountains has been unable to conceal me, and the escape of my dishevelled tresses will not allow my tongue to deal in falsehoods, it would be idle for me now to make any further pretence of what, if you were to believe me, you would believe more out of courtesy than for any other reason.
He had made the first move, so he had the initiative, but he'd also showed his hand quickly, so --She feinted left and he fell for it.
Hence we often discover that when the witnesses really have had no chance to discuss the matter and have heard no account of it from a third person, or have not seen the consequences of the deed, their discussions of it showed distinct and essential differences merely through the lack of an opportunity or a standard of correction.
A foreign trade of consumption carried on with a neighbouring, is, upon that account, in general, more advantageous than one carried on with a distant country; and, for the same reason, a direct foreign trade of consumption, as it has likewise been shown in the second book, is in general more advantageous than a round-about one.
Western visitors have sought to obtain photographs of these feats of the Hindu magicians, but their plates and films invariably show nothing whatever except the old fakir sitting quietly in the centre, with a peculiar expression in his eyes.
In the strictest sense, synonymous words scarcely exist; rarely, if ever, are any two words in any language equivalent or identical in meaning; where a difference in meaning can not easily be shown, a difference in usage commonly exists, so that the words are not interchangeable.
Modern science seems to show conclusively that matter is never ----.
The alien rulers, accordingly, showed interest in the Chinese shamans as well as in the shamanistic aspects of Mahayana Buddhism.
In any case, the prince would have to be “shown” sooner or later; that is, introduced into society, of which he had, so far, not the least idea.
I describe all this as it took place, primarily to recall it to your mind and secondly to show you that not the slightest detail has escaped my recollection.
It's a very great secret; but, if you'll promise not to tell a soul, no matter how they tease, I'll show it to you."
By this time day had fully broken and everything showed distinctly, and Don Quixote saw that he was among some tall trees, chestnuts, which cast a very deep shade; he perceived likewise that the sound of the strokes did not cease, but could not discover what caused it, and so without any further delay he let Rocinante feel the spur, and once more taking leave of Sancho, he told him to wait for him there three days at most, as he had said before, and if he should not have returned by that time, he might feel sure it had been God's will that he should end his days in that perilous adventure.
At breakfast, and while they were packing the few remaining articles, he showed his weariness from the night's effort so unmistakeably that Tess was on the point of revealing all that had happened; but the reflection that it would anger him, grieve him, stultify him, to know that he had instinctively manifested a fondness for her of which his common-sense did not approve, that his inclination had compromised his dignity when reason slept, again deterred her.
I can't believe you did this thing, even unconsciously, until I'm shown proof without a single flaw.
If indeed there had been anything better and more profitable to the health of men than to suffer, Christ would surely have shown it by word and example.
They agree,however, that under the words earth invisible and without form, andthat darksome deep (out of which it is subsequently shown, that allthese visible things which we all know, were made and arrangedduring those “days”) may, not incongruously, be understood of thisformless first matter.
This is strikingly shown, as remarked by Alph.
So the King showed her all the golden things, each separately--the dishes, the bowls, the birds, the wild creatures, and the wonderful beasts.
So Laurie did his best, and sang delightfully, being in a particularly lively humor, for to the Marches he seldom showed the moody side of his character.
How rapidly the free peasants sank from their level is shown by the land records of the abbey Saint Germain des Prés, then near, now in, Paris.
I was able practically to show this fact, by covering the edges of the hexagonal walls of a single cell, or the extreme margin of the circumferential rim of a growing comb, with an extremely thin layer of melted vermilion wax; and I invariably found that the colour was most delicately diffused by the bees--as delicately as a painter could have done with his brush--by atoms of the coloured wax having been taken from the spot on which it had been placed, and worked into the growing edges of the cells all round.
Outwardly, of course, I showed no change in emotion. “
His hands shook as he sewed, but he did it successfully so that nothing showed outside when he put the coat on again.
Since the Thoracics have more "temperament" it follows naturally that they have more temper, or rather that they show it oftener, just as they show their delightful qualities oftener.
It may be doubted whether any one would have thought of training a dog to point, had not some one dog naturally shown a tendency in this line; and this is known occasionally to happen, as I once saw in a pure terrier.
Will you kindly show me how to fix them properly?"
Mrs. Pocket instantly showed much amiable emotion, and said, “This is that odious Sophia's doing!”
An altar would hardly be shown you in a dream, accept to warn you against the commission of error.
The Colonel was a hard man, however, how hard he had shown himself within the last few minutes; and I believed he would hold on to his purpose like a steel clamp.
He gradually showed the madman his error and, would you believe it, they say he was successful?
The rejection furthermore showed him that he still could expect no consideration from the authorities with Mynster in control.
Away in the distance, apparently in the very heart of them, there suddenly shown forth a lurid glow.
The grownups showed up eventually, of course.
The only thing that experience definitely shows is, that the certainty of such estimates depends on their being fixed by distinct events.
If we set aside the unfortunate cases in which the individual held for examination is instructed by his prison-mates and becomes still more spoiled, I might permit myself the assertion that imprisonment tends to show the individual more correctly as he is; that the strange surroundings, the change from his former position, the opportunity to think over his situation may, if there are no opposing influences, help the criminalist a great deal, and this fact is confirmed in the superior results of later to earlier examinations.
This was shown chiefly in the look of fear and hatred which he cast upon the assembled company, and in the wild smile upon his trembling lips.
Next he carelessly showed her several new goods, not one of which, however, was in his opinion worthy of madame.
SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE IN EMPLOYMENT In Part Two we have shown briefly the application of knowledge of human nature to the selection, assignment and management of employees.
I could barely show her my letter.
An open barrel was shown apparently of the same quality of the sample.
To dream of being mad, shows trouble ahead for the dreamer.
And strange Buck was to him, for of the many Southland dogs he had known, not one had shown up worthily in camp and on trail.
And when she saw her time, she sent for these adversaries to come into her into a privy place, and showed wisely into them the great goods that come of peace, and the great harms and perils that be in war; and said to them, in goodly manner, how that they ought have great repentance of the injuries and wrongs that they had done to Meliboeus her Lord, and unto her and her daughter.