Biaggini, pointed to it once as it was just standing on the top of Levanzo, and said to me "Come cavalca bene" ("How well it rides"), and this immediately suggested my emendation to me.
The famous dactylism, therefore, of the Odyssean line was probably suggested by that of the Ileadic rather than by a desire to accommodate sound to sense.
We can utilize the morrow in recovering the chest, Professor," suggested Mr.
It was she, though, who suggested that arms, ammunition, supplies and comforts be left behind in the cabin, ostensibly for that intangible personality who had signed himself Tarzan of the Apes, and for D'Arnot should he still be living, but really, she hoped, for her forest god--even though his feet should prove of clay.
I was, of course, glad that she had escaped the Mahars, and the fate that had been suggested
by the Sagoth who had threatened to purchase her upon our arrival at Phutra.
Her sides were far too high to permit the use of sweeps, and when Perry suggested
that we pole her, I remonstrated on the grounds that it would be a most undignified and awk-ward manner of sweeping down upon the foe, even if we could find or wield poles that would reach to the bottom of the ocean.
If you are right, it might account for much of the deviation of the compass during the past two days," I suggested
And then pin them up on our bedroom walls, where we'll see them every day," suggested
the Story Girl, "and every time we break a resolution we must put a cross opposite it.
Experience has suggested
the brief introductory statement of main literary principles, too often taken for granted by teachers, with much resulting haziness in the student's mind.
It would have suggested
many things to a philosopher to have dealings with him.
It is interesting to observe that the last line of the discourse, which has so frequently been used by women as a weapon against Nietzsche's views concerning them, was suggested
to Nietzsche by a woman (see "Das Leben F.
Fentolin lost no time in paying this suggested
and obviously scarcely anyone had read it) it seemed absolutely clear that the whole book was nothing but a medley of high-flown phrases, not even--as suggested
by marks of interrogation--used appropriately, and that the author of the book was a person absolutely without knowledge of the subject.
Elizabeth would have been startled and embarrassed if she could have read his thoughts, for they might have suggested
to her that she was becoming a great deal fonder of Bill than the shortness of their acquaintance warranted.
I cannot say with truth that the terrible inference which those words suggested
flashed upon me like a new revelation.