His blood might possibly
exist elsewhere; here, where its lowly current could be traced so far back, it had ceased to keep an onward course.
His position is then one of the most singularly irksome, and, in every contingency, disagreeable, that a wretched mortal can possibly
occupy; with seldom an alternative of good on either hand, although what presents itself to him as the worst event may very probably be the best.
Why, it would take us a year, possibly
our whole lives, to eat up twelve oxen and twelve tons of bread.
the suggestions which I gained upon Mars, and the knowledge which I can set down in this chronicle, will aid in an earlier understanding of the mysteries of our sister planet; mysteries to you, but no longer mysteries to me.
Apparently the single house, and possibly
even the household, had vanished.
Price could no longer afford to cherish pride or resentment, or to lose one connexion that might possibly
Lady Arabella may herself have killed him.
At this dim inceptive stage of the day Tess seemed to Clare to exhibit a dignified largeness both of disposition and physique, an almost regnant power, possibly
because he knew that at that preternatural time hardly any woman so well endowed in person as she was likely to be walking in the open air within the boundaries of his horizon; very few in all England.
They were large men, possibly
six feet and over in height.
This is indeed a very simple account of the matter; for if citizens are so, according to this definition, it will be impossible to apply it to the first founders or first inhabitants of states, who cannot possibly
claim in right either of their father or mother.
He was armed precisely as are they, which indicates that he has maintained relations of some nature with them, and the fact that he is but one against possibly
thousands suggests that these relations could scarcely have been other than friendly.
We had a pleasant meal, with only one unfortunate occurrence--when Olson suggested that possibly
the creature we were eating was the same one that ate the German.
His fancies had for the most part revolved about the unsettled political conditions of Henry's reign, for from these he felt he might wrest that opportunity which could be turned to his own personal uses and to the harm, and possibly
the undoing, of the King.
And to think that possibly
they are still there--Tyler and Miss La Rue--surrounded by hideous dangers, and that possibly
Bradley still lives, and some of his party
it was pique which prompted him to interfere, and demand that he be permitted to dress Tarzan's wounds.