This whole night we contended against death, holding fast by the ropes which were strongly fastened.
Prior to the advent of the present incumbent, the choir, considering its numbers, was, perhaps, as good as any in the town or neighbourhood; but one Sunday morning the gentleman referred to, having apparently been fiercely stung by a Ritualistic wasp, blew the trumpet of his indignation very strongly- -got into a whirlwind of denunciation all at once and without the aid of a text, regarding Ritualism; and the organist and singers, whose musical services embraced chants, &c., fancying that the rev.
And to Joel Rae had now come another mission,--one that would not let him wait, for the spirit was moving him strangely and strongly,--a mission of reformation.
Their ages, their social positions, their habits, their orphan condition, even their prejudices--and who that dwells aside from the world is without them, when most of those who encounter its collisions still cherish them so strongly?--all united to render them of interest to each other.
In spite of that,--well, if I fight down this love, or fascination, or infatuation, or whatever it is,--I'm not sure myself, except that it affects me strongly,--can't we be friends again?"
Sullaturit animus", he says of him in one of his letters, coining a verb to put his idea strongly--"he wants to be like Sulla".
In 1862 I began to press it strongly, and in 1863 very strongly.--I introduced a method (constantly pursued since that time at the Royal Observatory) for computing interpolations without changes of sign.--I had correspondence with Herschel and Faraday, on the possible effect of the Sun's radiant heat on the sea, as explaining the curve of diurnal magnetic inequality. (
Abroad, there may be need of a decent face of uniformity, and some open outrageous follies may require to be put down strongly'--She stopped, and Aunt Golding said,-- 'Ah, child, thou little knowest.