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And it is satisfactory to me, as your father, my dear Louisa, to know that you do not come to the consideration of that question with the previous habits of mind, and habits of life, that belong to many young women.
The question I have to ask myself is, shall I marry him?
Louisa, I have not considered it essential to ask you one question, because the possibility implied in it appeared to me to be too remote.
question, "At what point in the heavens ought the cannon to be aimed?
question, "What place will the moon occupy in the heavens at the moment of the projectile's departure?
Jaggers shook his head - not in negativing the question, but in altogether negativing the notion that he could anyhow be got to answer it - and the two horrible casts of the twitched faces looked, when my eyes strayed up to them, as if they had come to a crisis in their suspended attention, and were going to sneeze.
Unless he wants to get rid of the friend - and then it becomes a question how much portable property it may be worth to get rid of him.
Even if he, too, refused to answer my questions, my position would not be more helpless than it was now.
The question is a perfectly natural one in your position," she said.
The question whether our minds are instruments of knowledge, and, if so, in what sense, is so vital that any suggested analysis of mind must be examined in relation to this question.
I shall return to the question of appropriateness later; for the present it is accuracy that I wish to consider.
The lady announced--in a low sweet voice touched with a quiet sadness--that her business related to a question of marriage (as marriage is understood by Scottish law), and that her own peace of mind, and the happiness of a person very dear to her, were concerned alike in the opinion which Mr.
Crum opened his eyes--considered--and put another question as delicately as he could.
I discussed the question in all its forms, politically and scientifically; and I give here an extract from a carefully-studied article which I published in the number of the 30th of April.
If, on the contrary, we DO know all living kinds, we must necessarily seek for the animal in question amongst those marine beings already classed; and, in that case, I should be disposed to admit the existence of a gigantic narwhal.
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