More than once as we sat around the table, my eyes opened in wonder whether the whole of the past days had not been a dream.
It might be said, that until men think for themselves the whole is prejudice, and not opinion; for that only is opinion which is the result of reason and reflection.
The whole of it is a scene of perpetual court cabal and intrigue, of which Mr. Burke is himself an instance.
The whole of Europe is an armed camp.
In this way the whole becomes simple narrative.
There were times when it appeared to Dorian Gray that the whole of history was merely the record of his own life, not as he had lived it in act and circumstance, but as his imagination had created it for him, as it had been in his brain and in his passions.
Thewhole of history from the time of the Roman Empire and theappearance of Christianity is the history of the transition,through which we are still passing now, from the social view oflife to the divine view of life.
The suppression of the governmental type of society isnot only undesirable so long as there is only a minority of trueChristians; it would not even be desirable if the whole of anation were Christians, but among and around them were stillunchristian men of other nations.
The whole of it is solid learning.
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The continual use of the word Constitution in the English Parliament shows there is none; and that the whole is merely a form of government without a Constitution, and constituting itself with what powers it pleases.
A light was burning, and each damsel was sitting up whitely in her bed, awaiting Tess, the whole like a row of avenging ghosts.
After the operation he went to see the pieces taken out; and, to his dismay, the whole of the experiments were failures.
The whole of the money, not expended for us at market, was two-pence a week for each man.
By tea-time it was always about two feet high, and then they put a door on top of it, the whole thus becoming a table; as soon as they cleared away, they sawed off the trunk again, and thus there was more room to play.
I had else been perfect, Whole as the marble, founded as the rock, As broad and general as the casing air; But now I am cabin'd, cribb'd, confin'd, bound in To saucy doubts and fears -But Banquo's safe?
He would have seen a true likeness of himself had conditions been favorable; thus a man knows when a complete whole is his portion.
The principal are, The produce of French prizes L.690,449 18 9 Composition for French prisoners 670,000 0 0 What has been received from the sale of the ceded 95,500 0 0 islands Total, L.1,455,949 18 9 If we add to this sum the balance of the earl of Chatham's and Mr. Calcraft's accounts, and other army savings of the same kind, together with what has been received from the bank, the East-India company, and the additional shilling in the pound land tax, the whole must be a good deal more than five millions.
Man, a COMPLEX, mendacious, artful, and inscrutable animal, uncanny to the other animals by his artifice and sagacity, rather than by his strength, has invented the good conscience in order finally to enjoy his soul as something SIMPLE; and the whole of morality is a long, audacious falsification, by virtue of which generally enjoyment at the sight of the soul becomes possible.
The whole of the following description of Madam Loisel is one mass of clever contrasts of the things she might have been, wanted to be, with what she was and had.