Whatever may be the truth, as respects the root and the genius of the Indian tongues, it is quite certain they are now so distinct in their words as to possess most of the disadvantages of strange languages; hence much of the embarrassment that has arisen in learning their histories, and most of the uncertainty which exists
in their traditions.
Lord, it will be pathetically funny to see him grubbing and groping after that woman that don't exist
, and the right person sitting under his very nose all the time
While the strict legal right may exist
in the government to enforce the exercise of these offices, the attempt to do so would be so irritating, and so nearly impracticable withal, that I deem it better to forego for the time the uses of such offices.
And, since it ceased in the hands of the German to express the struggle of one class with the other, he felt conscious of having overcome "French one-sidedness" and of representing, not true requirements, but the requirements of truth;not the interests of the proletariat, but the interests of Human Nature, of Man in general, who belongs to no class, has no reality, who exists
only in the misty realm of philosophical fantasy.
I will add," I continued, "that a similar barrier exists
between Gibraltar and Ceuta, which in geological times formed the entire Mediterranean.
Thus we may perhaps most easily comprehend that to which a thing is related, when a name does not exist
, if, from that which has a name, we derive a new name, and apply it to that with which the first is reciprocally connected, as in the aforesaid instances, when we derived the word 'winged' from 'wing' and from 'rudder'.
The light and warmth of the sun probably exist
in its atmosphere, and the spots which are so often seen on this bright orb, are supposed to be glimpses of the solid mass of the sun itself, that are occasionally obtained through openings in this atmosphere.
Vernon, which had reached me, in common with the world in general, and gained my entire belief before I saw you, but which you, by the exertion of your perverted abilities, had made me resolved to disallow, have been unanswerably proved to me; nay more, I am assured that a connection, of which I had never before entertained a thought, has for some time existed
, and still continues to exist
, between you and the man whose family you robbed of its peace in return for the hospitality with which you were received into it; that you have corresponded with him ever since your leaving Langford; not with his wife, but with him, and that he now visits you every day.
A snake who could make himself comfortable in a quagmire, a hundred feet deep, would be protected on the outskirts by such stupendous morasses as now no longer exist
, or which, if they exist
anywhere at all, can be on very few places on the earth's surface.
for the state, but the state does not exist
A mob cannot be a permanency; everybody's interest requires that it should not exist
, and only justice satisfies all.
I feel that I cannot vanish, since nothing vanishes in this world, but that I shall always exist
and always have existed
But let us suppose that cavities exist
in this otherwise universal medium, as caverns exist
in the earth, or cells in a Swiss cheese.
Hence the supposed aboriginal stocks must either still exist
in the countries where they were originally domesticated, and yet be unknown to ornithologists; and this, considering their size, habits, and remarkable characters, seems very improbable; or they must have become extinct in the wild state.
Of course it was a case quite extraordinary, to see so many great animals crowded together, but it evidently proves that they must exist
in great numbers.