Some future Carty may solve the abandoned problem of the single wire, and cut the copper bill in two by restoring
the grounded circuit.
He provided himself with a buckler, which he begged as a loan from a friend, and, restoring
his battered helmet as best he could, he warned his squire Sancho of the day and hour he meant to set out, that he might provide himself with what he thought most needful.
In its positive aims, however, this form of Socialism aspires either to restoring
the old means of production and of exchange, and with them the old property relations, and the old society, or to cramping the modern means of production and of exchange, within the framework of the old property relations that have been, and were bound to be, exploded by those means.
Du Bousquier determined to use the proceeds of the sale of his late residence in restoring
and modernizing the hotel Cormon.
We all felt a glad sense of relief when we saw the Professor calmly restoring
the strings of putty to the edges of the door.
He saw but one means of restoring
lucidity and clearness to his judgment.
They wept no longer, but watched little Bud, as she daily tended the flowers, restoring
thelr strength and beauty, or with gentle words flew from nest to nest, teaching the little birds to live happily together; and wherever she went blessings fell, and loving hearts were filled with gratitude.
Darcy's explanation, by restoring
Bingley to all her former good opinion, heightened the sense of what Jane had lost.
for a hundred pistoles I have discovered a secret for which Richelieu would have paid twenty thousand crowns; without reckoning the value of that diamond" -- he cast a complacent look at the ring, which he had kept, instead of restoring
to D'Artagnan -- "which is worth, at least, ten thousand francs.
The truth probably was, that Alice Vane's secret for restoring
the hues of the picture had merely effected a temporary renovation.
By a look at her brother she prevented any farther entreaty from the theatrical board, and the really good feelings by which she was almost purely governed were rapidly restoring
her to all the little she had lost in Edmund's favour.
Indeed, it is to be wished that the whole of our country could be rescued, as much as possible, from the wretched nomenclature inflicted upon it, by ignorant and vulgar minds; and thismight be done, in a great degree, by restoring
the Indian names, wherever significant and euphonious.