We likewise perceive from this, that the true use of respiration is to bring sufficient fresh air into the lungs, to cause the blood which flows into them from the right ventricle of the heart, where it has been rarefied and, as it were, changed into vapors, to become thick, and to convert it anew
into blood, before it flows into the left cavity, without which process it would be unfit for the nourishment of the fire that is there.
Athos, who still suffered grievously from his wound, though it had been dressed anew by M.
Athos, wounded anew by Cahusac, became evidently paler, but did not give way a foot.
Little learning had I in my youth, and things refuse to fix themselves in my brain when I try to learn them anew
That grace which the ancient Israelites had forfeited was offered anew
to their children.
Let us for this day cease fighting; hereafter we will fight anew till heaven decide between us, and give victory to one or to the other; night is now falling, and the behests of night may not be well gainsaid.
At daybreak let Idaeus go to the ships, and tell Agamemnon and Menelaus sons of Atreus the saying of Alexandrus through whom this quarrel has come about; and let him also be instant with them that they now cease fighting till we burn our dead; hereafter we will fight anew, till heaven decide between us and give victory to one or to the other.
And on the next day, while the mayor rebuilds his roof, her Xavier departs anew
for the Aurora Borealis, there to commence his life's work.
She could do justice to the superiority of Lady Russell's motives in this, over those of her father and Elizabeth; she could honour all the better feelings of her calmness; but the general air of oblivion among them was highly important from whatever it sprung; and in the event of Admiral Croft's really taking Kellynch Hall, she rejoiced anew
over the conviction which had always been most grateful to her, of the past being known to those three only among her connexions, by whom no syllable, she believed, would ever be whispered, and in the trust that among his, the brother only with whom he had been residing, had received any information of their short-lived engagement.
And let not the counsel at the bar, chop with the judge, nor wind himself into the handling of the cause anew
, after the judge hath declared his sentence; but, on the other side, let not the judge meet the cause half way, nor give occasion to the party, to say his counsel or proofs were not heard.
She did not know what the other occupants said to her as she entered, though she answered them; and when they had started anew
she rode along with an inward and not an outward eye.
As then we have determined these points, we will leave the rest to be spoken to in another place, as if the subject was now finished; and beginning again anew
, first consider the sentiments of those who have treated of the most perfect forms of government.
The women burst anew
into cries as if they had all been stabbed.
I wish them neither to learn afresh, nor teach anew
, but only to bid farewell to their own bodies,--and thus be dumb.
By the end of a quarter of an hour he had almost succeeded in capturing anew
that first fine careless rapture which, six months ago, had caused him to propose to Claire and walk on air when she accepted him.