The punctuation, however, is calculated to show that the nouns are in apposition with some, or some men, in what the Latins call the accusative, case.
It was very unlike the usual selfish, acquisitive love of a man for a maid.
Under the Articles of Confederation, the Congress could enact legislation only by the affirmative votes of seven state delegations.
LOTTA is lithe; (which is alliterative,) pretty, piquant, and addicted to the banjo.
The alternative to the acceptance of these terms was the execution of the Emperor and formal war declared upon Europe--a war which, of course, could have but one ending, but which, until that end came, would mean, under the new conditions of warfare, an almost unimaginable destruction of life and property, especially since (as was known) the Socialists repudiated all the international laws of warfare.
Because he is genteel and sarcastic, may not others be paradoxical and argumentative?
The causative construction.--Active infinitive with faire, laisser, entendre, and voir.
Also of the fetes of May, of the sheaf, of the spring, of the roses, of the fires of St. John, &c. Then there were the historical or commemorative fetes, such as those of the Geant Reuss at Dunkerque, of the Gayant at Douai, &c.; also of Guet de Saint-Maxime at Riez in Provence, the processions of Jeanne d'Arc at Orleans, of Jeanne Hachette at Beauvais; and lastly, the numerous fetes of public corporations, such as the Ecoliers, the Nations, the Universites; also the Lendit, the Saint-Charlemagne, the Baillee des roses au Parlement; the literary fetes of the Pays et Chambres de rhetorique of Picardy and Flanders, of the Clemence Isaure at Toulouse, and of the Capitole at Rome, &c.; the fetes of the Serments, Metiers, and Devoirs of the working men's corporation; and lastly, the Fetes Patronales, called also Assemblees, Ducasses, Folies, Foires, Kermesses, Pardons, &c. From this simple enumeration, it can easily be understood what a useless task we should impose upon ourselves were we merely to enter upon so wide and difficult a subject.
He was a man of pithy speech, communicative, and acquainted apparently with every body, of every class, whom we passed on the road.
Romola has the same general moral theme as the English novels; but the scenes are entirely different, and opinion is divided as to the comparative merit of the work.
History was also to be there, for his learning had won him a free scholarship in a competitive examination.
He also recommends that the prepaid rate shall be reduced to 2 cents whenever the revenues of the Department, after the reduction, shall exceed its expenditures by more than 5 per cent for two consecutive years; that the postage upon California and other letters sent by our ocean steamers shall be much reduced, and that the rates of postage on newspapers, pamphlets, periodicals, and other printed matter shall be modified and some reduction thereon made.
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Contemplative men of studious habits and a philosophical cast of mind are apt to underrate the genius which sways a popular assembly.
A good deal can be bought this way, but it will not "stay bought," for no reform of any sort can be established after any such fashion, since reform begins in and with the individual, and if it succeeds at all it will be by the cumulative process.
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Some of the decorative elements I have hastily enumerated, will be treated in connection with the respective arts of sculpture and painting.
But Carolinum, which belonged to the beta group of Hyslop's so-called 'suspended degenerator' elements, once its degenerative process had been induced, continued a furious radiation of energy and nothing could arrest it.
Dryden acted with greater prudence than any of those we have named, except indeed Bentley, who, being assailed upon points involving the integrity of his scholarship, and on which demonstrative contradiction was possible, felt himself compelled to leave his lair, and to rend his enemies in pieces.
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A frail-looking, diminutive man, with narrow chest and round shoulders and features like those of a dying patient, walking with his hands behind him, his hat on the back of his head, and his broad lower lip projected, as if he had something on his tongue that wanted listening to,--such was his aspect; and if one joined company with him, the strangeness grew from moment to moment.
In the presence of a supreme standard, every shade of discriminative criticism and appraisal became threads woven into a fabric of rapture.
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A terrible malady is she, a malady the ancients knew of and called nympholepsy--a beautiful name evocative and symbolic of its ideal aspect, "the breast of the nymph in the brake."
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There was a tense, pregnant silence, broken by Mr. Sims in fervent expletive.
Not to be behind these, came the Amalgamated Machinists, demanding an increase of pay for night work and overtime; and last, but not least, an intimation went forth from the Federative Council of all these labor unions hinting at possible political consequences and the alienation of the labor vote if the abuses were not corrected.
Many words, easily understood on common occasions, become uncertain and figurative, when applied to the works of omnipotence.
Before its dissection, it seems to have to dip the elusive article in a fixative, and bottle it in a vacuum.
To magnetism as the most general, and hence the lowest force, corresponds reproduction (the formative impulse, as nutrition, growth, and production, including the artistic impulse); electricity develops into irritability or excitability; the higher analogue to the chemical process as the most individual and highest stage is sensibility or the capacity of feeling. (
In the limits of the almost insular, isolated Negrito enclave, mixtures between Negritos and Indios very seldom surprise one, and never the transitions that can have arisen in the post-generative time of development. (
All this, too, is done in a simple, graceful, and flowing style, always amusive, and sometimes humorously illustrative--advantages which our philosophical writers do not generally exhibit, but which are more or less evident in every page of Sir Humphry Davy's writings.
It was not a matter of a moment or an hour, but of days and weeks continually; not the assertion of one imaginative mourner or two, but of a numerous and variously constituted body of people.
In the closing paragraphs, on the ultimate bases of ethics, the stern features of the categorical imperative are already seen, veiled by the English theory of moral sense, while the attractive Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and the Sublime, which appeared in the same year, still naively follow the empirical road.
Soon after that early period he became subject to vertigoes, which he thought indicative of a tendency to apoplexy; and was occasionally bled rather profusely, which only increased the symptoms.
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The Prime Minister, in reviewing the military situation, has attributed the success of the Germans to their possessing the initiative and to the weather.
Sometimes one end of the pump will alone draw and the other end will be inoperative, although it is equally open to the condenser, and this will chiefly take place at the stuffing box end, where a leakage of air is more likely to occur.
The Object of the Operation is to render the foot insensitive to pain, and to give to an otherwise incurably lame animal a further period of usefulness.
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Girls have a strong intuitive love of the beautiful, and Johnny with his liquid eyes, and dimpled cheeks, and floating ringlets of gold was the favorite of all the girls at school, often wished that I had roses to place upon his brow, and the waters of paradise to sprinkle on his cheeks, that I might preserve their bloom forever.
Soda powders furnish a saline beverage which is very slightly laxative, and well calculated to allay the thirst in hot weather.
As buccaneering became more dangerous, or less lucrative, adventurers of all nations again appeared in Eastern waters, and the old trouble reappeared in an aggravated form.
That the solemn style, such as that of a serious narrative, exacts an uniform steadiness of speech, equal, clear, and calm.
The advance of Reimarus beyond Wolff consists in the consistent application of the criteria for the divine character of revelation, which Wolff had set up without making a positive, not to speak of a negative, use of them.
The "One Policy" of the early Reagan Administration was to shatter a system that smacked of noncompetitive socialism.
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In spite of manifold echoes of the philosophemes of earlier and of contemporary thinkers, his system is not a conglomeration of unrelated lines of thought, but resembles a plant, which in its own way works over and assimilates the nutritive elements taken up from the soil.