Fundamental and accessoryideas—How contradictory ideas may exist simultaneously—Thetransformation that must be undergone by lofty ideas before theyare accessible to crowds— The social influence of ideas isindependent of the degree of truth they may contain.
She could not have committed the crime single-handed, but the reasons against that did not debar her from being an accomplice.
Thus ad drops the d in ascend, becomes ac in accord, af in affiliate, an in annex, ap in appropriate, at in attend; con becomes com in commotion, also in compunction and compress, cor in correspond, col in collect, co in co-equal; dis becomes dif in differ; ex becomes e in eject, ec in eccentric, ef in effect; in becomes il in illuminate, im in import, ir in irreconcilable; ob becomes op in oppress, oc in occasion, of in offend; and sub becomes suc in succeed, sup in support, suf in suffix, sug in suggest, sus in sustain.
We have not spoken of the association of word forms with sounds, the grouping of the letters of words into syllables, and the aid that a careful pronunciation gives the memory by way of association; for while this is the most powerful aid of all, it does not need explanation.
his aunt said; "with his rank and distinction he might have married a brewer's daughter with a quarter of a million--like Miss Grains; or have looked to ally himself with the best families in England.
Now she’s a former assistant attorney general of the State of Arizona.
But here are the regulars: so the auxiliary forces may beat a retreat."
The dealer who employs his whole stock on one single branch of business has an advantage of the same kind with the workman who employs his whole labour on a single operation, 216.
OK, Connor, buddy, OK.
He meets a chum and says, “Look at this: Ihave got trusted for a new suit of clothes.”
Numbers of artists had arranged to go, accompanied by a whole cohort of models and pupils, who, by midnight, began to create a tremendous din.
Lastly, I must pay a public tribute to the generosity of my friend and former collaborator, M. J. Le Croze, who allowed me to dip into his splendid theatrical library and to borrow the rarest editions of books by which he set great store.
"Dear friend, you and your companion must be strangers here.
"After the fat grandfather went away, there came a pretty little compatriot.
He would give anything to secure the postponement of that dreaded interview until he could talk over matters with his comrade, but when would that be a possibility?
He may have stolen it from Pietro, he may have been Pietro’s confederate, he may have been the go-between of Pietro and his sister.
But being made an honest woman of, so to speak, Becky would not consort any longer with these dubious ones, and cut Lady Crackenbury when the latter nodded to her from her opera-box, and gave Mrs. Washington White the go-by in the Ring.
returned the really astonished Passepartout, recognising his crony of the Mongolia.
I say to myself, “I’ll conquer that fellow”; and if it were to cost him all the blood he had, I should do it.
Then applying himself to the eunuch, "My good friend," continued he, "pray do not hinder this young lord from granting me the favour I ask; do not put such mortification upon me: rather do me the honour to walk in along with him, and by so doing, you will let the world know, that, though your outside is brown like a chestnut, your inside is as white.
58:013:006 So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me.
"I have learned to be a joiner, father," he answered.
Then gan the cuckoo put him forth in press, in the crowd For fowl that eateth worm, and said belive: quickly “So I,” quoth he, “may have my mate in peace, I recke not how longe that they strive.
If this offshoot ascends towards the Mount of the Sun (7-7, Plate XI.)
Or suppose that you are a returned soldier, and it is a pal who has died.
With a dappled pard's akin first he covered his broad shoulders, and he raised and set on his head a casque of bronze, and took a spear in his strong hand.
To be secure of a partner at first was a most essential good—for the moment of beginning was now growing seriously near; and she so little understood her own claims as to think that if Mr. Crawford had not asked her, she must have been the last to be sought after, and should have received a partner only through a series of inquiry, and bustle, and interference, which would have been terrible; but at the same time there was a pointedness in his manner of asking her which she did not like, and she saw his eye glancing for a moment at her necklace, with a smile—she thought there was a smile—which made her blush and feel wretched.
“Yes, I know,” replied the peer, with much scorn. “
I gazed long at the weather-worn block; and, stooping down, perceived a hole near the bottom still full of snail-shells and pebbles, which we were fond of storing there with more perishable things; and, as fresh as reality, it appeared that I beheld my early playmate seated on the withered turf: his dark, square head bent forward, and his little hand scooping out the earth with a piece of slate. '
After a long chase, I cornered him and his sidekick, Slasher Annie.