Let us examine
, each by each, the possible means of egress.
If, in place of the characteristic monuments which we have just described, we examine
the general aspect of art from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, we notice the same phenomena of decay and phthisis.
It is this supposed method of acquiring knowledge of our mental processes that I wish to analyse and examine
in this lecture.
The man of the Fancy Repository and Brompton Emporium of Fine Arts (of whom she bought the screens, vainly hoping that he would repurchase them when ornamented by her hand) can hardly hide the sneer with which he examines
these feeble works of art.
By the bye,' it comes into Jasper's mind to say, as he idly examines
the keys, 'I have been going to ask you, many a day, and have always forgotten.
the dank carcase, and pronounces, not hopefully, that it is worth while trying to reanimate the same.
There is another thing:--young men of the richer classes, who have not much to do, come about me of their own accord; they like to hear the pretenders examined, and they often imitate me, and proceed to examine
others; there are plenty of persons, as they quickly discover, who think that they know something, but really know little or nothing; and then those who are examined by them instead of being angry with themselves are angry with me: This confounded Socrates, they say; this villainous misleader of youth
THE remaining charge against the House of Representatives, which I am to examine
, is grounded on a supposition that the number of members will not be augmented from time to time, as the progress of population may demand.
Some are known to you, such as the thermometer, which gives the internal temperature of the Nautilus; the barometer, which indicates the weight of the air and foretells the changes of the weather; the hygrometer, which marks the dryness of the atmosphere; the storm-glass, the contents of which, by decomposing, announce the approach of tempests; the compass, which guides my course; the sextant, which shows the latitude by the altitude of the sun; chronometers, by which I calculate the longitude; and glasses for day and night, which I use to examine
the points of the horizon, when the Nautilus rises to the surface of the waves.
While Madame de Villefort remained rooted to the spot like a statue of terror, and Villefort, with his head hidden in the bedclothes, saw nothing around him, d'Avrigny approached the window, that he might the better examine
the contents of the glass, and dipping the tip of his finger in, tasted it.
A moment he let his fingers sink deep into the cold flesh, and then, realizing that she was already dead, he turned from her, to examine
the contents of the room; nor did he again molest the body of either Lady Alice or Sir John.
If you will examine
the top of the cork, you will observe that the screw was driven in three times before the cork was extracted.