It is a

calculation the converse of the differential," replied Barbicane seriously.

I admit your

calculations, Captain," I replied; "I should be wrong to dispute them since daily experience confirms them; but I foresee a real difficulty in the way.

Xavier, roused from his

calculations, comprehending only the last words: 'Outrage of domicile?

My old one is sufficiently absorbing just at present," the other replied laying his

calculations on the General's desk.

In like manner, did young Ralph Nickleby avoid all those minute and intricate

calculations of odd days, which nobody who has worked sums in simple-interest can fail to have found most embarrassing, by establishing the one general rule that all sums of principal and interest should be paid on pocket-money day, that is to say, on Saturday: and that whether a loan were contracted on the Monday, or on the Friday, the amount of interest should be, in both cases, the same.

The perigee distance, therefore, is that which ought to serve as the basis of all

calculations.

To his inexpressible surprise, results falsified all his

calculations.

And the abbe, casting away his coverlet, resumed his place, and continued his

calculations.

As she sat down, on her return, she went over these

calculations in her mind, and when they were ended, she cast a look at her work, as if to calculate its duration by what she had so far finished.

Sometimes a magnate addressed him, to turn the stream of his own particular discussion towards him; but Mr Merdle seldom gave much attention to it, or did more than rouse himself from his

calculations and pass the wine.

Sortez, sortez," she shouted to the young man, until I leant over in her direction and whispered in her ear that no shouting was allowed, nor even loud speaking, since to do so disturbed the

calculations of the players, and might lead to our being ejected.

According to a careful

calculation I have made, and which I partly base upon Captain Scoresby's estimate, of seventy tons for the largest sized Greenland whale of sixty feet in length; according to my careful

calculation, I say, a Sperm Whale of the largest magnitude, between eighty-five and ninety feet in length, and something less than forty feet in its fullest circumference, such a whale will weigh at least ninety tons; so that reckoning thirteen men to a ton, he would considerably outweigh the combined population of a whole village of one thousand one hundred inhabitants.