Meanwhile the jolting of the hearse over the paving stones, the rumbling of passing vehicles, the steps of the foot passengers, all created a confused clamor, intensified by the acoustical properties of the coffin.
I have also in progress an allegorical group commemorative of Governor Wise.
Arrangement is alphabetical under the name of the author or issuing body or, in the case of serials and certain other works, by title.
The American Chemist: A MONTHLY JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL, ANALYTICAL AND TECHNICAL CHEMISTRY.
Ours is no anarchical movement, but one of order and obedience.
But for it, our dramas would have to be all bone and muscle, like the figures in an anatomical textbook.
It means "he who finishes," who completes and perfects, and is antithetical to Ticci, he who begins.
Sergeant Collard had waylaid the archaeological expert on his way to chapel, and informed him that at close on twelve the night before he had observed a youth, unidentified, attempting to get into his house via the water pipe.
They regarded that "cradle of gold" as "the most remarkable archeological discovery of recent times."
THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN (1800) TRANSLATED BY S.T. COLERIDGE ACT I SCENE I A Room fitted up for astrological labors, and provided with celestial Charts, with Globes, Telescopes, Quadrants, and other mathematical Instruments--Seven Colossal Figures, representing the Planets, each circle in the background, so that Mars and Saturn are nearest the eye.--The remainder of the Scene, and its disposition, is given in the Fourth Scene of the Second Act.--There must be a Curtain over the Figures, which may be dropped, and conceal them on occasion.
What Ricci has recorded (in Trigautius) of the dense ignorance of the Chinese literati in astronomical matters is entirely consistent with the preceding statements.
It is also a nuisance to the passing public because of such inconvenience as the asymmetrical main road.
I am so often asked for references to some pamphlet or journal in which may be found some outline of my life, and the enquiries are so often couched in terms of such real kindness, that I have resolved to pen a few brief autobiographical sketches, which may avail to satisfy friendly questioners, and to serve, in some measure, as defence against unfair attack.
While thinking about this, Mary decided to have a box on wheels made so that she could get around since the doctor would not let her use her bicycle.
The addresses here presented are placed on record rather for their biographical interest, than to do honor to the dead.
Indeed, the mass of biological facts has been so greatly increased, and the range of biological speculation has been so vastly widened, by the researches of the geologist and palaeontologist, that it is to be feared there are naturalists in existence who look upon geology as Brindley regarded rivers. "
They had been written on the lined stationery of Evelyn's employer, a biomedical company.
But a heavier humiliation awaited him, when his negro butler, who had long looked down on him for his botanical studies, entered with his morning cup of coffee.
To the categorical, hypothetical, and disjunctive syllogisms correspond the three concepts of reason, the soul or the thinking subject, the world or the totality of phenomena, and God, the original being or the supreme condition of the possibility of all that can be thought.
INDEX Accidental tearing off of the entire hoof Acute arthritis causes of symptoms of treatment of Acute laminitis causes of complications in congestion in course of definition of diagnosis in exudation in pathological anatomy of prognosis in suppuration in symptoms of treatment of Acute periostitis simple Acute simple coronitis causes of definition of symptoms of prognosis of treatment of Acute simple synovitis Advantages of neurectomy Amputational neuroma after neurectomy Anatomy, pathological, of corn Applying poultices, method of Arteries of the foot Arthritis, acute causes of symptoms of treatment of Arthritis, simple or serous Arthritis, suppurative causes of definition of diagnosis of pathology of symptoms of treatment of Articulation, the first interphalangeal Articulation, the second interphalangeal Bar pad and a half-shoe in the treatment of contracted feet Bar shoes in the treatment of contraction Bayer's treatment for chronic laminitis Bermbach's treatment for canker Bind Bone, caries of Bones, fracture of the, after neurectomy Bones, fracture of the Bones, necrosis of Bones, the Brittle hoof causes of definition of symptoms of treatment of Broad's treatment of laminitis Broue's expansion shoe Bruised sole, chronic Buttress foot Canker Bermbach's treatment of causes of definition of differential diagnosis in history of Hoffmann's treatment of Imminger's treatment of Malcolm's treatment of pathological anatomy of prognosis in Rose's treatment of symptoms of treatment of Caries of bone Caries of the os pedis in pricked foot Cartilage, the lateral Cartilaginous quittor Causes of acute laminitis of acute simple coronitis of brittle hoof of canker of chronic coronitis of chronic laminitis of club-foot of corn of contracted feet of coronary contraction of the foot of crooked foot of curved hoof of false quarter of flat-foot of keraphyllocele of nail-bound of navicular disease of pumiced foot of punctured foot of ringed hoof of sand-crack of seedy-toe of side-bone of simple chronic coronitis of simple cutaneous quittor of specific coronitis of sub-horny quittor of thrush of weak heels Caustic solution, Villate's Changes in the bone in navicular disease in the bursa in navicular disease in the cartilage in navicular disease in the internal structures of the foot in contraction in the tendon in navicular disease Charlier shoe, the Charlier shoeing for contracted foot Chemical properties of horn Chronic coronitis, simple causes of definition of symptoms of treatment of Chronic bruised sole treatment of Chronic laminitis Bayer's treatment of causes of definition of Gross's treatment of Gunther's treatment of Imminger's treatment of Joly's treatment of Meyer's treatment of pathological anatomy of surgical shoeing for symptoms of treatment of treatment of, by ligaturing the digital arteries Chronic oedema of the leg after neurectomy Chronic synovitis Clamp, sand-crack, Koster's McGill's Vachette's Clamping sand-cracks, methods of Classification of corns of punctured foot according to the situation of the wound of sand-crack of quittor Club-foot causes of definition of symptoms of treatment of Cocaine injections as an aid to diagnosis in foot lamenesses Colic, metastatic, in laminitis Commencement, point of, in navicular disease Common situations of the wound in punctured foot.
The Table of Discoveries is likewise a valuable feature; and the Chronological Table of European Monarchs is almost a counterpart of a "Regal Tablet" sent to us, some weeks since, for the MIRROR, and promised for insertion.
This means the omission of one of the two classical languages, Latin and Greek, from what has been hitherto understood as the curriculum of an Oxford education.
After a moment of romance they waked up to the fact of the present and its comical aspect; the boys' talk of weddings brought that necessary episode quickly before them.
When, however, the sugar is nearly cool, it is poured into iron vessels of conical shape, with the point downward, at which is an opening.
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But a nearer view only completed my discomfiture, for it was one of those greasy-shiny hats which go with frayed trousers and broken boots, and which are the symbol of "better days," of hopes that are dead, and "drinks" that dally, of a social status that has gone and of a suburban villa that has shrunk to a cubicle in a Rowton lodging-house.
Hwang-ti began to reign 2697 B.C., and the 61st year of his reign was taken for the first cyclical sign."
It consists of a cylindrical chamber, a, ending in a narrower tube, c, which forms the seating for a flap valve, d, to which the hammer or clapper, e, is fixed.
Which was just the disagreeable, cynical way of talking that I regret in her and Johnny.
As first, whether by these diabolical means, which are commonly practised by the devil and his ministers, sorcerers, witches, magicians, &c., by spells, cabilistical words, charms, characters, images, amulets, ligatures, philters, incantations, &c., this disease and the like may be cured?
Truth is a value and a satisfaction; but 'intellectual satisfaction' is not a morbid delight in dialectical and verbal juggling: it is the satisfaction which rewards the hard labour of rationalizing experience and rendering it more conformable with human desires.
Though the Moslems had possessed themselves of the Greek Empire from the Bosphorus to the Danube, Greek domination still survived as an intellectual, ecclesiastical, and commercial force.
The economical principles of a later and more advanced epoch are found by us in Carthage alone of all the more considerable states of antiquity.
From an ecumenical point of view, Spalato is yet more.
Moreover, the life of society depends upon the general glow of the party, rather than the prominence of an individual, so that a brilliant talker will seek to bring out "the coincidence which strengthens conviction, or the dissent which sharpens sagacity, rather than individual experiences, which ever seem to be egotistical.
These "dead points" are the limits of each electric field, which "create", we say in electrical work, opposing fields beyond them.
Mural paintings by Francis Scott Bradford in the offices of the Hooker Electrochemical Company.
Over the first half of the twentieth century, "electromechanical" switching systems of growing complexity were cautiously introduced into the phone system.
The chambers are, many of them, elliptical in shape; the ceiling is of mixed dark and white color, and looks much like the sky on a cloudy moonlight evening.
The second, that many things affect us agreeably and many disagreeably, is the basis of morals; the third, that some things are comprehensible to us and others not, the basis of logic; the fourth, that through the senses we passively receive impressions from without, the basis of the empirical sciences, in particular, of physics.
When the Pope in an Encyclical calls himself your father, it is a matter of faith or of doubt.
This doctrine of the return, mentioned neither in the Qoran nor in the eschatological tradition of later times, according to Casanova was afterwards changed again into the expectation of the Mahdi, the last of Mohammed's deputies, "a Guided of God," who shall be descended from Mohammed, bear his name, resemble him in appearance, and who shall fill the world once more before its end with justice, as it is now filled with injustice and tyranny.
Besides the twisting of ethical concepts just mentioned, we may briefly note the most striking of the other difficulties and contradictions which Spinoza left unexplained.
Political considerations, however, have until now always been against this solution of the difficulty, and, even if it solved in this sense, there would still remain the problem of the Greek nationality, whose distribution along all the coasts of the Aegean, both European and Asiatic, makes a delimitation of the Greek state on purely ethnical lines virtually impossible.
Some LoD members, like "The Mentor," were close to evangelical about it.
In this particular crowded hour of life the leader of the group, a fanatical prig with hypnotic eyes, abducts the beautiful Lady Fenton, with ten thousand pounds' worth of stuff upon her, from one of the least ambitious of Soho restaurants.
I might through great Pusillanimity, blush to give you this Anxiety, did not I opine you were as gracious as communicative and eminent; and though you have no Cognisance of me, your humble Servant,--yet I have of you,--you being so gravely fam'd for your admirable Skill both in Galenical and Paracelsian Phaenomena's, and other approv'd Felicities in Vulnerary Emeticks, and purgative Experiences.
The rules of syntax were discovered by pieces of wood, interlocking with each other in squares, dovetails, &c., after the manner of geographical cards; and as they chanced to fit together, so was the concordance between the several parts of speech ascertained.
He was the means of connecting geological observations with the linear surveys of the General Land Office, and had been several years engaged on the geological survey of Michigan, when the melancholy event of his death, in 1846, in a storm on Lake Superior, was announced.