There are six sorts of movement: generation, destruction, increase, diminution, alteration, and change of place.
It is evident in all but one case that all these sorts of movement are distinct each from each.
Her influence upon his wife, a woman devoured by all sorts of
small selfishnesses, small envies, small jealousies, was excellent.
As I was just now saying, he will attempt to represent the roll of thunder, the noise of wind and hall, or the creaking of wheels, and pulleys, and the various sounds of flutes; pipes, trumpets, and all sorts of instruments: he will bark like a dog, bleat like a sheep, or crow like a cock; his entire art will consist in imitation of voice and gesture, and there will be very little narration.
Whereas the other requires all sorts of harmonies and all sorts of rhythms, if the music and the style are to correspond, because the style has all sorts of changes.
I seem to have been busy doing all sorts of
But, for goodness' sake, don't tell any of the girls, or they would be getting all sorts of extravagant ideas, and imagining themselves injured and slighted if in their very first day at home they did not get six at least.
He had evidently been schooling himself as to all sorts of little things, and remembered them, but he almost managed to sit down on his silk hat, which men don't generally do when they are cool, and then when he wanted to appear at ease he kept playing with a lancet in a way that made me nearly scream.
Even exceptional men will think that; men too great for mere vanity, men like Henry Allegre for instance, who by his consistent and serene detachment was certainly fit to dominate all sorts of
Holmes and Arganbright (1984) measured air-drying times for different sorts of
1 : a group of persons or things that have something in common : kind <all sorts of
is this big cheesy place devoted to illusions, but under the surface of that, I think there's a lot of culture, a lot of really interesting people from all sorts of
Scholars of pre-conquest and colonial Spanish America have long worked with native codices, inscriptions, the early sixteenth-century chronicles produced by native writers, and other sorts of
indigenous texts, to reconstruct the realities of native life during the transition from pre-Hispanic times to colonial rule.
Lastly, the lack of documented, full-scale operational, industry-based experience with these sorts of
systems makes them appear to be a liability from a permitting and regulatory standpoint (EPA 625/1-81-013; EPA 832-R-93-005; EPA 625/1-81/013a).
Theology of glory"/"theology of the cross": the opposition between these two is surely just the Christian version of a fundamental distinction applicable, trans-confessionally, to all sorts of