In a word, we were now in very considerable circumstances, and every year increasing; for our new plantation grew upon our hands insensibly, and in eight years which we lived upon it, we brought it to such pitch, that the produce was at least
Thus all these difficulties were made easy, and we lived together with the greatest kindness and comfort imaginable.
Will I live again in a land of dreams--a shadow of a dream myself that will still remember the days when I lived
in the warm world, the quick juices of hunger in my mouth, in the chest of the body of me the love of woman?"
Zhivahov owed three hundred thousand, and hadn't a farthing to bless himself with, and he lived
, and in style too!
I don't remember it, because ever since I could remember anything we've lived
right here in this lonesome, round house, with a little garden back of it and the thick woods all around.
Moreover, I, on my side, require of every writer, first or last, a simple and sincere account of his own life, and not merely what he has heard of other men's lives; some such account as he would send to his kindred from a distant land; for if he has lived
sincerely, it must have been in a distant land to me.
"I can't tell you how much I have lived
through since then.
But tell me all the same how you live, and how you have lived
Julian and Santa Cruz cannot have lived
, according to Professor E.
Thus, the species which lived
at the sixth great stage of descent in the diagram are the modified offspring of those which lived
at the fifth stage, and are the parents of those which became still more modified at the seventh stage; hence they could hardly fail to be nearly intermediate in character between the forms of life above and below.
Dorothy Gale lived
on a farm in Kansas, with her Aunt Em and her Uncle Henry.
My dream personality lived
in the long ago, before ever man, as we know him, came to be; and my other and wake-a-day personality projected itself, to the extent of the knowledge of man's existence, into the substance of my dreams.