This diminution of the one and increase of the other, seem, in most cases, nearly to counterbalance one another, which is probably the reason that, though the prices of corn and cattle are commonly very different in different parts of the kingdom, those of bread and butchers' meat are generally very nearly the same through the greater part of it.
This result admits of an experimental test by means of the photographic registration of stars during a total eclipse of the sun.
Their value, however, may not perhaps always exceed the difference between his pay and that of the common labourer; and though it sometimes should, the excess will not be clear gain to the sailor, because he cannot share it with his wife and family, whom he must maintain out of his wages at home.
E.g., on non-UNIX OSes with a non-byte-stream model of files, the result of `ftell(3)' may be a magic cookie rather than a byte offset; it can be passed to `fseek(3)', but not operated on in any meaningful way.
Facts overcome all arguments.
To dream that you are undressing, foretells, scandalous gossip will overshadow you.
01:007:020 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail; and the mountains were covered.
This ballad may full well y-sungen be, As I have said erst, by my lady free;For, certainly, all these may not suffice *T’appaire with* my lady in no wise; surpass in beauty For, as the sunne will the fire distain, or honourSo passeth all my lady sovereign,That is so good, so fair, so debonair, I pray to God that ever fall her fair!
Our duty is to endeaveor to keep our balance always, and never to lose our self-control, but to take a reasonable, common-sense view of whatever may happen to us, so that we may be wiser occultists, and more useful helpers than we have ever been before.
In 1824 Louis XVIII died, and was succeeded by that Count d'Artois whom we have seen hovering as an emigre on the French frontiers in 1789; he took the title of Charles X. Charles set himself to destroy the liberty of the press and universities, and to restore absolute government; the Bum of a billion francs was voted to compensate the nobles for the chteau burnings and sequestrations of 1789.
The general prevalence of agricultural pursuits of a quiet and gradual nature, not requiring those periodic seasons of hurry and pressure that are called for in the business of more southern districts, makes the task of the negro a more healthful and reasonable one; while the master, content with a more gradual style of acquisition, has not those temptations to hardheartedness which always overcome frail human nature when the prospect of sudden and rapid gain is weighed in the balance, with no heavier counterpoise than the interests of the helpless and unprotected.
There can be any number of supremes--one does not countervail another any more than one eyesight countervails another, or one life countervails another.
O God my God, what miseries and mockeries did I now experience, whenobedience to my teachers was proposed to me, as proper in a boy, inorder that in this world I might prosper, and excel in tongue-science,which should serve to the “praise of men,” and to deceitful riches.
If wet roses could outrival a maiden in all her freshness, he thought he would like to see it.
And, finally, the money voted was not to be outrun.
In general such changes are made to be consistent with the predominate usage in the text, or if there was not a predominate spelling, to the more modern.
Hence those extravagant opinions respecting the advantages and profits of foreign commerce, and the importance of money; hence those absurd calculations that have been made regarding what is termed the balance of trade, the thermometer of public prosperity; hence those systems of regulations, and those oppressive monopolies, which are resorted to for the purpose of making one side of the balance preponderate; hence, too, those bloody and destructive wars, which have raged in both hemispheres, from the period in which the road to the Indies, and to the new world, became familiar to European nations.