Jimmy, you're the light-weight; jump up on the organ and impale these things on the leaves as I hand 'em
Giuseppe placed the monkey atop of the organ, where the beast, misunderstanding, stood on his head.
She had a fair face and pretty voice, and it is pleasant to picture the gray-haired poet sitting at his organ
playing while his wife sings.
The young cells at the end of the branches of these corallines contain quite immature polypi, yet the vulture-head attached to them, though small, are in every respect perfect When the polypus was removed by a needle from any of th cells, these organs did not appear in the least affected.
What can be more remarkable tha to see a plant-like body producing an egg, capable of swimming about and of choosing a proper place to adhere to which then sprouts into branches, each crowded with innumerable distinct animals, often of complicated organizations The branches, moreover, as we have just seen, sometime possess organs capable of movement and independent of th polypi.
Yet of all the organs
of sense the eye is the most like the sun?
The family went to hear the word of God; but she went alone into her little chamber; there was only room for a bed and chair to stand in it; and here she sat down with her Prayer-Book; and whilst she read with a pious mind, the wind bore the strains of the organ towards her, and she raised her tearful countenance, and said, "O God, help me
And he touched the walls, and they widened out, and she saw the organ which was playing; she saw the old pictures of the preachers and the preachers' wives.
That thing is so thoroughly Neapolitan, and I never heard it on a London organ
You must be more careful, Sir,' said Jerry, walking coolly to the chair where he had placed the organ, and setting the stop.
Meanwhile the dog in disgrace ground hard at the organ, sometimes in quick time, sometimes in slow, but never leaving off for an instant.
And here I specially stayed to show that, were there such machines exactly resembling organs
and outward form an ape or any other irrational animal, we could have no means of knowing that they were in any respect of a different nature from these animals; but if there were machines bearing the image of our bodies, and capable of imitating our actions as far as it is morally possible, there would still remain two most certain tests whereby to know that they were not therefore really men.
When her side is turned towards us, we see her as a straight line; when the end containing her eye or mouth -- for with us these two organs
are identical -- is the part that meets our eye, then we see nothing but a highly lustrous point; but when the back is presented to our view, then -- being only sub-lustrous, and, indeed, almost as dim as an inanimate object -- her hinder extremity serves her as a kind of Invisible Cap.
He built his organs
from the ground up, and made every part of them with his own hands; I believe they were very good, and at any rate the churches in the country about took them from him as fast as he could make them.
Just think how nice it will be to see all the organs
in their places; I only wish they could be made to work as ours do.