Presently, I saw the bright ring of the Green Sun, show plainly against the night The star had passed into the shadow of the Dead Sun.
The highest post-glacial watermarks are well preserved in all the upper river channels, and they are not greatly higher than the spring floodmarks of the present; showing conclusively that no extraordinary decrease has taken place in the volume of the upper tributaries of post-glacial Sierra streams since they came into existence.
To make a table of percentages of mankind, and to assign to each system its proportion, are to seem to be wise where we are deplorably ignorant; and, moreover, if our means of information were much better than they are, our figures would merely show the outward adherence.
It shows distinctly.
Here the genius of Smith as a judge of character was abundantly shown.
But it was not Archie's way to show these fears openly.
At a tremendous distance below, the arena showed, dimly; with the mighty House looking no larger than a tiny spot of green.
"O Orient" shows forth Christ enlightening us in the Spirit of Knowledge.
It was pitiful to see the hay afloat like water-weeds, and the green oats scarcely showing above the black floods.
To look at the picture, which had been faintly showing in my imagination from time to time, the eyes, more anxious than ever, looking at me from out the silent air?
I had never seen him moved so deeply, for you know he rarely shows emotion.
There was the natural recoil, but in Donnegan recoils were generally protected by several strata of willpower and seldom showed in any physical action.
Every glacier records the expenditure of an enormous amount of sun-heat in lifting the vapor for the snow of which it is made from the ocean to the mountains, as Tyndall strikingly shows.
and, speaking, Sir Benedict drew aside his cloak and showed the babe asleep beneath.
Students, nurses, etc., would eagerly listen to his informal expositions in the wards, as he invariably showed a grasp of the subject that was equally minute and comprehensive.
From the middle of the eighteenth century until the end of the French Revolution the masses everywhere were influenced by the emotional, and at times hysterical, abstractions of the French encyclopedists; and that these had influenced thought in the American colonies is readily shown in the preamble of the Declaration of Independence, with its unqualified assertion of the equality of men and the absolute right of self-determination.
Fortunately the distance was even shorter than I had anticipated, but, when I finally emerged upon the opposite beach, it was at once quite evident that the sea beating upon the sand was decidedly heavier than higher up the Bay, the white line of breakers showing conspicuously even in the night, while their continuous roar sounded loud through the silence.
The reason of this geographical mistake has been satisfactorily shown in traversing up the stream from the summit of the Pemidjegomag, or Cross-water Lakeduring which, the general course of the ascent is due south.
Tardieu's book is a documentary proof of the French Government's extremist attitude during the conference, amply showing that the present form of peace has been desired almost exclusively by France, and that the others have been unwilling parties to it.
"You show up right plain against that white rock," he remarked.
He showed him the shops of the china ware, And of silk and sendal also, And he showed him the baths and the waterpipes On arches aloft that go.
It had a serious effect, as will be subsequently shown, on the morale both of General Hooker and his army.
That Bambi showed herself grateful, as vividly as she did everything else, entirely escaped Jarvis.
Then he showed Caesar his error most convincingly and restrained him most prudently, until the latter, abashed and afraid, would not accept either the name of king or the diadem, which he had in mind to bestow upon himself even against our will.
It will show, secondly, that these, with their respective classes, acted upon their own principles, distinctly and independently of each other.