"But I may come in contact with
you," said the other, "if I come too close; and whether I hit you, or you hit me, I shall suffer for it."
"Very well," said the Witch, "I will give you work in which you will be associated with intellect - you will come in contact with
I should say that those New England rocks on the sea-coast, which Agassiz imagines to bear the marks of violent scraping contact with
vast floating icebergs --I should say, that those rocks must not a little resemble the Sperm Whale in this particular.
Fresh from the degrading influences of the slave plantation and the coal-mines, it was a rare privilege for me to be permitted to come into direct contact with
such a character as General Armstrong.
He delighted in the robust common sense of Thomas Hobbes; Spinoza filled him with awe, he had never before come in contact with
a mind so noble, so unapproachable and austere; it reminded him of that statue by Rodin, L'Age d'Airain, which he passionately admired; and then there was Hume: the scepticism of that charming philosopher touched a kindred note in Philip; and, revelling in the lucid style which seemed able to put complicated thought into simple words, musical and measured, he read as he might have read a novel, a smile of pleasure on his lips.
It sent him into the trees again--into the lower terrace where he could watch the ground below and catch with ears and nose the first intimation of actual contact with
As my hands passed over my body they came in contact with
pockets and in one of these a small parcel of matches wrapped in oiled paper.
In this way I came into living contact with
literature again, and the daydreams began once more over the familiar cases of type.
He cannot see Numa, his enemy, go hungry, because Tarzan's heart is turning to water by contact with
the soft, weak creatures of civilization." But yet he smiled, nor was he sorry that he had given way to the dictates of a kindly impulse.
At a glance he saw that she was of no race of humans that he had come in contact with
since his arrival upon Caprona--there was no trace about her form or features of any relationship to those low orders of men, nor was she appareled as they--or, rather, she did not entirely lack apparel as did most of them.
And at these words, as if all her strength was exhausted, Milady sank, weak and languishing, into the arms of the young officer, who, intoxicated with love, anger, and voluptuous sensations hitherto unknown, received her with transport, pressed her against his heart, all trembling at the breath from that charming mouth, bewildered by the contact with
that palpitating bosom.
He drew back his lips and whistled through his teeth when his fingers came in contact with
the splashed blood and the rare wound.
He was obliged to advance with outstretched hands to avoid contact with
the boughs, and discovered that to hit the exact spot from which he had started was at first entirely beyond him.
The Binu man traced out the mechanics of the trap, and exposed the hidden fibre in the tangled undergrowth that at contact with
Koogoo's foot had released the taut bow.
For the sake of convenience I have myself given names to the various Folk I was more closely in contact with
, and the "Chatterer" is the most fitting description I can find for that precious stepfather of mine.