Stephen smothered some very unchivalrous words on his lips, as he ran out into the rain, overtook the train, and swung himself on the last car, in search of the "one small valise" belonging to his tenants.
"You--" he hesitated diffidently--"searched in Egypt with Nayland Smith, did you not?"
Principles and practice of legal research.
The greatest prose work which had yet appeared in Greece was produced by Herodotus,--a prose epic, severe in taste, perfect in unity, rich in moral wisdom, charming in style, religious in spirit, grand in subject, without a coarse passage; simple, unaffected, and beautiful, like the narratives of the Bible, amusing yet instructive, easy to understand, yet extending to the utmost boundaries of human research,--a model for all subsequent historians.
The length of time that has elapsed since the writings of Johnson were first published, has amply developed their intrinsic merits, and destroyed the personal and party prejudices which assail a living author: but the years have been too few to render the customs and manners alluded to so obsolete as to require much illustrative research.a It may be satisfactory to subjoin, that care has been exercised in every thing that we have advanced, and that when we have erred, it has been on the side of caution.
p. 276: Based upon my own research.--A different view of the development of Chinese industry is found in Norman Jacobs, Modern Capitalism and Eastern Asia, Hong Kong 1958.
Well researched and crisply written stories like the ones on the protests against charter tourism in the early 1990s were a joy to read long after the magazine became a pale shadow of itself.
Illustration The subject of the above engraving claims the attention of the antiquarian researcher, not as the lofty sculptured mansion of our monastic progenitors, or the towering castle of the feudatory baton, for never has the voice of boisterous revelry, or the tones of the solemn organ, echoed along its vaulted roof; a humbler but not less interesting trait marks its history.
Since the labours of the psychic researchers began, we have heard of a great many strange things; but it is evident that he is a young man of education and culture, and in all probability a journalist or literary man.
The thoughtful mind is awed by the contemplation of this scene, and when the reflection comes that these vast spaces are but grains of sand upon an infinite shore of creation, and that there are worlds of beauty as far and varied between the tiny flowers and the ultimate researches of the microscope as those which exist, on an ascending scale, between the flowers and the great globe itself, the mind is overwhelmed with wonder and admiration.
Experimental researches.--All experiments referred to in this paper were made by jets of water under an actual vertical head of 45 ft.,
Wholly absorbed in spiritual researches,--having, in fact, no vital interest in anything else,--I soon developed into what is called a Medium.
The Flow of Water through Turbines and Screw Propellers.--By ARTHUR RIGG.--Experimental researches.--Impact on level plate.--Impact and reaction in confined channels.--4 figures.
ALGIC RESEARCHES.--The oral legends of the Indians collected by me being adhered to, he said, "Take care that, in publishing your Indian legends, you do not subject yourself to the imputations made against Macpherson."
p. 196: For the change in the composition of the gentry, I am using my own research.--For clan rules, clan foundations, etc.,
I think it is safe to say that the Internet has irrevocably changed the face of researching, collecting and distributing news.
p. 204: For these dynasties, I rely upon my own research.--Niida Noboru and Kat=o Shigeru have studied adoption laws; our specific case has in addition been studied by M. Kurihara.
The first requirement of an historian in the present century is original research,--not merely research into rare printed books and pamphlets, but into unpublished and almost unknown manuscripts.
p. 198: For the merchants I used Ch'ue T'ung-tsu, Sung Hsi and Wada Kiyoshi.--For trade, I used extensively Ch'uean Han-sheng and J. Kuwabara.--On labour legislation in early modern times I used Ko Ch'ang-chi and especially Li Chien-nung, also my own studies.--On strikes I used Kat=o Shigeru and modern Chinese authors.--The problem of "vagrants" has been taken up by Li Chien-nung who always refers to the original sources and to modern Chinese research.--The growth of cities, perhaps the most striking event in this period, has been studied for the earlier part of our period by Kat=o Shigeru.
This declaration excited, we confess, painful misgivings in our mind; for, if Mr. Wilson was already in possession of the truth, independently of historical research,--whether by communications from the spirits of the Conquistadores, or by any other of the easy and popular methods of solving obscure problems,--what need was there of his consulting the standard authorities at all?
We have now been favoured with two translations, one by Thomasina Ross, the other by a member of the University of Cambridge, under the title of The Squib, or Searchfoot; the latter I have read with some attention, but not having been able to procure the Spanish original, I should be glad to have the opinion of some competent Spanish scholar who has read it, as to its genuineness.
The fust thing that ever I see pass between the gentleman inquiries is made about, and her, was on occasion of his makin' some very searchin' remarks about griefs, sech as loss of friends and so on.
The searching parties were all south of the shaft now, this part of the mine having been thoroughly examined.
And now, beyond my door, I could hear that fearsome sound of the Thing searching--" George came to a sudden pause; for the bo'sun had risen and put a great hand upon his shoulder.
Mrs. Carey looked at them searchingly, wondering if they could possibly guess the state of her finances, concluded they couldn't and said smilingly: "Indeed I will gladly let you saw for an hour or two if you'll come and sit by the fire on Saturday night, when we are going to play spelling games and have doughnuts and root beer."
It was a priestly face, saw Monsignor, with all the power and searchingness of one who can deal with living souls; but the face of a fallen priest.
When Lord Bacon left his name and memory to men's charitable judgments and the next age, he probably had in view his invaluable legacy to mankind of earnest searchings after truth, which made him one of the greatest of human benefactors.
His voice was big in the hush that had fallen upon the cabin.... Framtree helped the Chinese carry forth the weighted body.... As it paused for an instant on the gunwale, the searchlight from Jaffier's gunboat flicked athwart the Savonarola--sinister tableaux in its ghostly light.... Without a sound the Glow-worm fell backward to the cabin floor, as if touched by the finger of the Destroying Angel.
You'll miss the garden party, but you'll be in nice time for the fire-works--Verey lights and flaming onions and pretty searchlights.
For I found the girl at Hampton, after a weary search,--perhaps some day I shall tell the story.
Then let commaundement every where be given, That sinkes and gutters, privies, crevises, And every place where blood may be conceald, Be throughly searcht, swept, washt, and neerely sought, To see if we can finde the murther out.
Brian Oakley had said,--when they had seen it that first day of the search,--that it was a common sight; but the artist, his mind preoccupied, watched the point of light with momentary, idle interest.
The Return to Camp.--The Boys Missing.--A Search.--Treed.--The Wild Mexican Hogs.--An Adventure.-The Combat.--The Release.--A Cry of Distress.--An Ugly Customer--The Panther.--A Terrible Struggle.-- Victory.--Old Jerry wounded.--Camp at last.
Following Peter Ramus, Wilson finds that logic has two parts: judicium, "Framyng of thinges aptlie together, and knittyng words for the purpose accordynglie," and inventio, "Findyng out matter, and searchyng stuffe agreable to the cause."
--Yes--you may disapprove this flame in me, But cannot hinder what the Gods decree; --Search here this truth; Alas, I cannot fear; Your Steel shall find a welcome entrance here.
But let me go, I beseech you; I am in search--" "In search?"
The stone was at last removed, and in the interior he found the object of his search:-- He, like the tenant Of some night haunted ruin, bore an aspect Of horrors, worn to habitude.
She quits him, returns to her former life, and dies of consumption in the arms of her lover, who has just found her after a long search.--A. Dumas, La Dame aux Camelias.
These notes (first included in 1920, whereas the selections were made in 1919) combined with the searchability of electronic texts, renders the original Indexes of Authors and of First Lines obsolete, and so both have been dropped.
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I question not But he, who search'd our volume, leaf by leaf, Might still find page with this inscription on't, 'I am as I was wont.'
Now, syr, for their sakes, for my masters sake, for all our sakes use the authority of a mayster to searche, and showe the power you have over a servant to comand.
So the tribesmen crouched in the hollow places and burrowed into the dirt in the open, while the Sunlanders' bullets searched the plain.
Here, then, with deadly apprehensions, we peered amongst the rocks, holding our breath, clutching tight hold of one another by the hand, in terror of finding that we so eagerly searched,--a hood, a woman's skirt clinging to the stones, a stiffened hand thrust up from the lapping waters.
If what they say is true the sooner you, as a searcher for wisdom, find it out the better, and you can only make the discovery by bringing your powers to the test.
"You see, Doctor," said Mr. Bellingham, "Ruth is a literary searcher--" "Oh, don't call me a 'searcher'!"
"Oh, for heaven's sake," cried Auntie, frightened, "now Sally will turn into a historical searcheress."
The young warriors whom he sent out remained steadfast to their purpose for fully half an hour, when, unfortunately for Rabba Kega--upon so slight a thing may the fate of a man rest--a honey bird attracted the attention of the searchers and led them off for the delicious store it previously had marked down for betrayal, and Rabba Kega's doom was sealed.
It may be that physical birth is but a secondary process; and that prior to the possibility, the Mother Spirit searches for, until it finds, the small Element--the primal Ego or child's soul.
Nay over all Hellas if thou searchest, thou shalt find more than one sight can view.