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|His death, like that of his illustrions contemporary Black, who died as if he had |
fallen asleep with an unspillcd basin of milk on ... observing, and a pair of very
skilful hands experimenting or recording, are all that 1 realise in reading his
memorials. ... Wisely, therefore, he dwelt apart, and bidding the world farewell,
took the self-imposed vows of a Scientific Anchorite, and, ... they have brought
forward, have done as much service to the cause of Cavendish as to that of their
|There are different phases of the tendency to be observed in transatlantic |
literature. Sometimes, as in the caso of Ik Marvel, the writing, although far too
psychologic in its nature, is not lavished upon unwholesome persouages. ....
upon an eminence whose height ut dwarfs his real self in the eyes of others, and
unsettles his own ill-balanced brain. ... Two bomb-shells fired from the Castle of
San Juan d'Ulloa, during the siege of Vera - to be released from the profession
imposed rare and.
|The amateur gardener should observe and study all unhealthy symptoms, and at |
once try each treatment as is suggested by ... The earliest Greek poet has told us
that men bring upon themselves by their own folly many more troubles than they
were destined by fate to suffer, and surely long botanical names belong to the
class of self- imposed and avoidable evils. ... of letters might be made without
exceeding six in any word to supply all the plants in the world with two names
Edward Swift Dunster, James Bradbridge Hunter, Frank Pierce Foster - 1905 - Read - More editions
|He questions if the man was not thrown from the height, and goes on to say that |
on the strength of this single ... often been said, that it tends The particular organ
that he undertakes to set right to dwarf the practitioner's mental vision. (or excise)
assumes in his eyes the leading part Whatever his technical skill may be, he is in
danger of If he will not of his own motion exert ... last century-—one of the sort to
whose writings, as Dr. Osler has admonished us. we ought still to pay greater
|Imbued with a dry, ironic sense of realised, and certainly his most moving. .... who |
explains the plot), and cred soundtrack (Burt Bacharach turns up in person),
demonstrates how much the creator of Wayne's World enjoyed doing his
|The Will to Truth, which is to tempt us to many a hazardous enterprise, the famous Truthfulness of which all philosophers have hitherto spoken with respect, what questions has this Will to Truth not laid before us!|
|Sceptic's " amusement at the term " solar influences " is as consistent as all the |
rest of his logic. ... has been thoroughly established they will doubtless in the
future play a still more important part in the ornamentation of gardens generally.
... It reaches a height of from 6 to 10 feet, is of elegant habit, its long slender
stems being freely branched from base to summit ... B. Fortunei and its variegated
form are both of dwarf habit, and leaves of a bolder type than the majority of
|Such “supervisors" deny the existence of divine standards. but are very serious |
about imposing their own standards on society. ... occurred at the same time
there has been a sharp gain in the size and power of governments in many
portions of the world. ... John Stuart Mill observed: “A state which dwarfs its men,
in order that they may be more docile instruments in its .... the the good, to self-
restraint—whether in their hearts or in their lives—they do not just stand still, but
actually turn the ...
|It ended in 1536 with his arrival at the Spanish camp at Culiapan on the Pacific |
coast of Mexico. ... Sometimes he simply makes his own escape. ... Mr.
Echevarria's previous films have all been documentaries, which is possibly the
reason that "Cabeza de Vaca" is most effective when it observes people ...
prisoner of a shaman and the shaman's servant, an armless dwarf who could
have been imagined by Luis Bunuel. ... He seems, however, to live beyond hope,
in self-imposed exile.