Finding her own sensations exactly like those described
in the book as symptoms of the direst diseases, she put it by in alarm, and took up a novel, which was free from the fault she had found in the lectures, inasmuch as none of the emotions it described
in the least resembled any she had ever experienced.
The manner in which the scene met his eye is described
by Judge Temple.
He described also the iguanodon and the pterodactyl--two of the first of the wonders which they had encountered.
The attitude of the greater part of the public might be described as one of attentive neutrality.
Another case, very clearly described
by a dentist, occurred at the town of Columbus, in the United States of America, quite recently.
The ideas are sometimes described as many, coextensive with the universals of sense and also with the first principles of ethics; or again they are absorbed into the single idea of good, and subordinated to it.
The account of the Platonic ideas in the Meno is the simplest and clearest, and we shall best illustrate their nature by giving this first and then comparing the manner in which they are described elsewhere, e.
It is very nearly," continued Nicholl, "the course described
by a bomb launched from a mortar.
They soon become tame, and are very amusing from their cunning odd manners, which were described to me as being similar to those of the common magpie.
The poor animal, on the one hand, with its ears down and its back arched; and, on the other, the hovering bird, eyeing at the distance of a yard the disgusting morsel, form a picture, which has been described by Captain Head with his own peculiar spirit and accuracy.
The evening of life is described
by Plato in the most expressive manner, yet with the fewest possible touches.
So necessary is this to the understanding the characters of men, that none are more ignorant of them than those learned pedants whose lives have been entirely consumed in colleges, and among books; for however exquisitely human nature may have been described
by writers, the true practical system can be learnt only in the world.
Describe her verse, as the critics have described
it, as sublimated and spiritual, and you have described
I am speaking of lightning as a sensible phenomenon, not as it is described
And these two influences were not in fact without effect; though the result remained, as Vronsky had described