9.--Similar to Wells's, are the subjunctive forms of Allen H. Weld.
CHAPTER V. Third class of forerunners and coadjutors, up to 1787, consists of the Quakers and others in America.--Yearly meeting for Pennsylvania and the Jerseys takes up the subject in 1696; and continue it till 1787.--Other five yearly meetings take similar measures.--Quakers, as individuals, also become labourers; William Burling and others.--Individuals of other religious denominations take up the cause also; Judge Sewell and others.--Union of the Quakers with others in a society for Pennsylvania, in 1774; James Pemberton; Dr. Rush.--Similar union of the Quakers with others for New York and other provinces.
This document is also the charter of a royal donation: it is not clear whether the below-mentioned objects are the price, or if, what is much more verisimilar, they are only the accessoria of the field.
In the British Museum is preserved a sheet of similar comments made by Lamb upon a manuscript of P.G. Patmore's, from which I have quoted a few passages above.
The material in these two publications was quite similar-- much of it, adopted from public journals and discussions in the telco community.
That other inward inbred cause of Melancholy is our temperature, in whole or part, which we receive from our parents, which Fernelius calls Praeter naturam, or unnatural, it being an hereditary disease; for as he justifies Quale parentum maxime patris semen obtigerit, tales evadunt similares spermaticaeque paries, quocunque etiam morbo Pater quum generat tenetur, cum semine transfert, in Prolem; such as the temperature of the father is, such is the son's, and look what disease the father had when he begot him, his son will have after him; "and is as well inheritor of his infirmities, as of his lands.
It is an odd fact that this method of catching jack rabbits is precisely the same as that adopted by coyotes, which work similarily by threes.
Of course none of them had ever had to do with this particular type of a plane; but then all engines have many similarities in their construction, and Tom, as well as the other two, had proved themselves to be capable mechanics, as well as able pilots.
It seemed to Peter that there was a certain similarity between the two events; both were sudden and desolating.
For we find the Manlii always stern and stubborn; the Valerii kindly and courteous; the Claudii haughty and ambitious; and many families besides similarly distinguished from one another by their peculiar qualities.
The citizeness said to the Bedouine: "Look at thy similars and thou shalt see In them but rustics, true dogs of the camp.
Of this sort is O. B. Peirce's "assimilarity," used on page 19th of his English Grammar; and still worse is Jocelyn's "irradicable," for uneradicable, used on page 5th of his Prize Essay on Education.
The shields of the Gauls and Spaniards were of the same shape; their swords unequal and dissimilar.
--Sickness of Octavius.--Difference of opinion between Brutus and Cassius.--Council of war.--Decision of the council.--Brutus greatly elated.--Despondency of Cassius.--Preparations for battle.--Resolution of Brutus to die.--Similar resolve of Cassius.--Omens.--Their influence upon Cassius.--The swarms of bees.--Warnings received by Brutus.--The spirit seen by Brutus.--His conversation with it.--Battle of Philippi.--Defeat of Octavius.--Defeat of Cassius.--Brutus goes to his aid--Death of Cassius.--Grief of Brutus.--Defeat of Brutus.--His retreat.--Situation of Brutus in the glen.--The helmet of water.--Brutus surrounded.--Proposal of Statilius.--Anxiety and suspense.--Resolution of Brutus.--Brutus's farewell to his friends.--The last duty.--Death of Brutus.--Situation of Antony.
And yet with a strange family likeness, too, both in the men and their activities; the central impulse in each, the faculties applied to fulfil said impulse, not at all dissimilar,--as grew visible to me on farther knowledge.
Supposing the C aspirated, Coigan-zu and Hoaingan-fu, both certainly arbitrarily orthographized from the Chinese pronunciation, are not very dissimilar.--E. Perhaps an error in transcription for Hara-moran, or Kara-moran, the Mongul or Tartar name of the Hoang-ho, or Whang river, near, and communicating with which, Hoaingan, or Whan-gan-fou is situated.--E. This is an obscure indication of navigable canals on each side of the paved road of communication to the south.--E. Cin-gui, or in the Italian pronunciation, Chin, or Tsin-gui, may possibly be Yen-tching.
This is, because in the spiritual world the material body is rejected, which could receive and bring forth the forms of all affections, as we have said just above; and a man (homo) when stripped of that body is in his internal affections, which his body had before concealed: hence it is, that in the spiritual world similarities and dissimilarities, or sympathies and antipathies, are not only felt, but also appear in the face, the speech, and the gesture; wherefore in that world similitudes are conjoined, and dissimilitudes separated.
And although Seton was dark and turning slightly grey, while Kerry was as red as a man well could be, that they possessed several common traits of character was a fact which the dissimilarity of their complexions wholly failed to conceal.
In regard to the content of representation he distinguishes more sharply than Herbart between the fusibility of the homogeneous and the capacity for complex combination possessed by the heterogeneous (the fusion of similars goes on even without aid from consciousness, while the connection of dissimilars is brought about only through the help of the latter), and adds to these two general properties of the content of representation two further ones, its revivability (its persistence in unconsciousness), and its dissolubility in the scale of size, color, etc.
"When I have to go anywhere, I make it a rule to go at once:--similarly, when going to sleep," was the answer. "
Metternich was now made a prince, with large gifts of land and money, and occupied a superb position,--similar to that which Bismarck occupied later on in Prussia, as chancellor of the empire.