That the oldest had still hopes of living
one day longer, and looked on death as the greatest evil, from which nature always prompted him to retreat.
The only difference will be that, living
with your aunt, you will necessarily be brought forward as you ought to be.
We must give up the farm, my dear," replied her uncle sadly, "and wander away into the world to work for our living
The trouble with me was two fold: first, I was a born weakling; and next, I was living
unnaturally--too much work, and responsibility, and strain.
Some writers have objected to any extinct species or group of species being considered as intermediate between living
species or groups.
Who would feel any great surprise at hearing that the Magalonyx was formerly rare compared with the Megatherium, or that one of the fossil monkeys was few in number compared with one of the now living
When we consider what, to use the words of the catechism, is the chief end of man, and what are the true necessaries and means of life, it appears as if men had deliberately chosen the common mode of living
because they preferred it to any other.
For the living
know that they shall die; but the dead know not anything, neither have they any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten.
thing did I follow; I walked in the broadest and narrowest paths to learn its nature.
See what comes of living
in the provinces--you know nothing about anything.
Torn in her own lifetime from the list of the living
, the daughter of Philip Fairlie and the wife of Percival Glyde might still exist for her sister, might still exist for me, but to all the world besides she was dead.
Then he pulled out his grandmother's will, and read it over to me, whereby it appeared that she had left a small plantation, as he called it, on York River, that is, where my mother lived, to me, with the stock of servants and cattle upon it, and given it in trust to this son of mine for my use, whenever he should hear of my being alive, and to my heirs, if I had any children, and in default of heirs, to whomsoever I should by will dispose of it; but gave the income of it, till I should be heard of, or found, to my said son; and if I should not be living
, then it was to him, and his heirs.