During the small hours of the next morning, while it was still dark, dwellers near the highways were conscious of a disturbance of their night's rest by rumbling noises, intermittently continuing till daylight--noises as certain to recur
in this particular first week of the month as the voice of the cuckoo in the third week of the same.
He has promised himself to recur
frequently to this subject.
She attributed Dorothea's abstracted manner, and the evidence of further crying since they had got home, to the temper she had been in about Sir James Chettam and the buildings, and was careful not to give further offence: having once said what she wanted to say, Celia had no disposition to recur
to disagreeable subjects.
On carefully considering," he said, "what is going on now between Florida and Texas, it is clear that the same difficulties will recur
with all the towns of the favored State.
One day, when hunting on the banks of the Uruguay, I was shown certain trees, to which these animals constantly recur
for the purpose, as it is said, of sharpening their claws.
But before we proceed to what passed on his arrival in the kitchen, it will be necessary to recur
to what had there happened since Partridge had first left it on his master's summons.
The Law of Effect is that: Of several responses made to the same situation, those which are accompanied or closely followed by satisfaction to the animal will, other things being equal, be more firmly connected with the situation, so that, when it recurs
, they will be more likely to recur
; those which are accompanied or closely followed by discomfort to the animal will, other things being equal, have their connections with that situation weakened, so that, when it recurs
, they will be less likely to occur.