All conditions, therefore, of this kind, if caused by certain permanent
and lasting affections, are called affective qualities.
Indeed," Richard Salton went on, "I am in hopes that you will make your permanent
My loss of confidence in myself in that line was permanent
It seems a certain permanent
average; as the atmosphere is a permanent
composition, whilst so many gases are combined only to be decompounded.
Perhaps it is this sense of strangeness that sends men far and wide in the search for something permanent
, to which they may attach themselves.
It must be admitted that a permanent
gibbet and a pillory, "a justice and a ladder," as they were called in that day, erected side by side in the centre of the pavement, contributed not a little to cause eyes to be turned away from that fatal place, where so many beings full of life and health have agonized; where, fifty years later, that fever of Saint Vallier was destined to have its birth, that terror of the scaffold, the most monstrous of all maladies because it comes not from God, but from man.
As a result of this, the Legislature designated three cities to be voted upon by the citizens of the state as the permanent
seat of government.
The corporal replied that Pierre need not worry about that as they had an ambulance and a permanent
hospital and arrangements would be made for the sick, and that in general everything that could happen had been foreseen by the authorities.
For a long time Tario has been concentrating his mind upon my permanent
Surely nothing could be better, hardly anything more directly fitted than careful reading of Wordsworth, to counter the faults and offences of our busy generation, in regard both to thought and taste, and to remind people, amid the enormous expansion, at the present time, of all that is material and mechanical in life, of the essential value, the permanent
ends, of life itself.
Your Miss Stacy likely meant that when you are twenty your character would have got its permanent
bent in one direction or 'tother, and would go on developing in that line.
I have seen the hearts and stamina of strong men broken, and I have seen other men, by ill-treatment, driven to permanent
and howling madness.