The enemy discovering our counter-mine, by the clay we threw out of the fort, desisted from that stratagem: And experience now fully
convincing them that neither their power nor policy could effect their purpose, on the twentieth day of August they raised the siege, and departed.
The teachers were fully
occupied with packing up and making other necessary preparations for the departure of those girls who were fortunate enough to have friends and relations able and willing to remove them from the seat of contagion.
But his imperial majesty, fully
determined against capital punishment, was graciously pleased to say, that since the council thought the loss of your eyes too easy a censure, some other way may be inflicted hereafter.
Taking the United States as a whole, there are to-day fully
two hundred and fifty thousand people who are paying for two telephones instead of one, an economic waste of at least ten million dollars a year.
The captain was waiting to see what the curate would do, when the latter, taking him with the other hand, advanced with both of them to where the Judge and the other gentlemen were and said, "Let your tears cease to flow, Senor Judge, and the wish of your heart be gratified as fully
as you could desire, for you have before you your worthy brother and your good sister-in-law.
But if the people at large had reason to confide in the men of that Congress, few of whom had been fully
tried or generally known, still greater reason have they now to respect the judgment and advice of the convention, for it is well known that some of the most distinguished members of that Congress, who have been since tried and justly approved for patriotism and abilities, and who have grown old in acquiring political information, were also members of this convention, and carried into it their accumulated knowledge and experience.
We cannot err in supposing that the former would contend for a participation in the government, fully
proportioned to their superior wealth and importance; and that the latter would not be less tenacious of the equality at present enjoyed by them.
My effort was crowned with a success which appalled me no less than it seemed to surprise the Martian warriors, for it carried me fully
thirty feet into the air and landed me a hundred feet from my pursuers and on the opposite side of the enclosure.
During the journey, the young woman fully
recovered her senses.
What is to be done with the millions of facts that bear witness that men, consciously, that is fully
understanding their real interests, have left them in the background and have rushed headlong on another path, to meet peril and danger, compelled to this course by nobody and by nothing, but, as it were, simply disliking the beaten track, and have obstinately, wilfully, struck out another difficult, absurd way, seeking it almost in the darkness.
MY BELOVED MAKAR ALEXIEVITCH,--I am unspeakably rejoiced at your good fortune, and fully
appreciate the kindness of your superior.
But she had never felt so strongly as now the disadvantages which must attend the children of so unsuitable a marriage, nor ever been so fully
aware of the evils arising from so ill-judged a direction of talents; talents, which, rightly used, might at least have preserved the respectability of his daughters, even if incapable of enlarging the mind of his wife.
Now, that you may fully
comprehend the remaining adventures of the chair, I must make some brief remarks on the situation and character of the New England colonies at this period.
The surprise was now complete; for, in spite of whatever his consciousness might suggest, a suspicion of his having any such views had never entered his sister's imagination; and she looked so truly the astonishment she felt, that he was obliged to repeat what he had said, and more fully
and more solemnly.
Yet the ear, it fully
knows, By the twanging And the clanging, How the danger ebbs and flows; Yet, the ear distinctly tells, In the jangling And the wrangling, How the danger sinks and swells, By the sinking or the swelling in the anger of the bells - Of the bells - Of the bells, bells, bells, bells, Bells, bells, bells - In the clamour and the clangour of the bells!