Each undertook his proper duty in accordance with
his own nature and powers.
308: The authors of the "Thebais" say that Manto the daughter of Teiresias was sent to Delphi by the Epigoni as a first fruit of their spoil, and that in accordance with
an oracle of Apollo she went out and met Rhacius, the son of Lebes, a Mycenaean by race.
In accordance with
this rule it may safely be assumed that the forefathers of Boston had built the first prison-house somewhere in the Vicinity of Cornhill, almost as seasonably as they marked out the first burial-ground, on Isaac Johnson's lot, and round about his grave, which subsequently became the nucleus of all the congregated sepulchres in the old churchyard of King's Chapel.
I'm not clear about that; but I dare say she will do her best to make them comfortable in body and mind, in accordance with
our mother's example.
Other inscriptions were written, in accordance with
the fashion of the hermetics, in great numbers on the walls; some traced with ink, others engraved with a metal point.
Wragge and Miss Vanstone preceded me here, in accordance with
the plan I laid down for effecting our retreat from York.
She accepted the rules with which they played the game of life as valid for them, but never for a moment thought of regulating her own conduct in accordance with
Anne had draped that veil, in accordance with
the sentimental compact of years before.
And thou thyself, thou old pope, how is it in accordance with
thee, to adore an ass in such a manner as God?
This is all in accordance with
Analogy; surely it must be clear to you.
Dator Thurid," he said, "you have made a strange request of me; but, in accordance with
your wishes and your promise that it will result only to my interests, I have decided to accede.
Nor with the immemorial superstition of their race, and in accordance with
the preternaturalness, as it seemed, which in many things invested the Pequod, were there wanting some of the seamen who swore that whenever and wherever descried; at however remote times, or in however far apart latitudes and longitudes, that unnearable spout was cast by one self-same whale; and that whale, Moby Dick.