alas the hangdog look of a republican official, who, as the servant of the people, feels himself less than the least, and below the lowest of his masters.
The sperm whale, as with all other species of the Leviathan, but unlike
most other fish, breeds indifferently at all seasons; after a gestation which may probably be set down at nine months, producing but one at a time; though in some few known instances giving birth to an Esau and Jacob: -- a contingency provided for in suckling by two teats, curiously situated, one on each side of the anus; but the breasts themselves extend upwards from that.
He was so unlike
what he had ever shown himself to be, and it was so sad to think how much he had thrown away, and how much he every day kept down and perverted, that Lucie Manette wept mournfully for him as he stood looking back at her.
And what could be more unlike
that Lantern Yard world than the world in Raveloe?
Here and there were flowering plants, unknown to me; here and there I saw snakes, and one raised his head from a ledge of rock and hissed at me with a noise not unlike
the spinning of a top.
The decoration of the walls was most elaborate, and, unlike
the frescoes in the other buildings I had examined, portrayed many human figures in the compositions.
I think everyone expected to see a man emerge--possibly something a little unlike
us terrestrial men, but in all essen- tials a man.
Like his friend Li Po, he became a homeless wanderer, but, unlike
him, he concealed his brilliant name, obtaining food and patronage for his delightful nameless self alone, and not for his reputation's sake.
The beer frolic, however, passed off without any untoward circumstance; and, unlike
most drinking bouts, left neither headache nor heartache behind.
The fruit somewhat resembles in magnitude and general appearance one of our citron melons of ordinary size; but, unlike
the citron, it has no sectional lines drawn along the outside.
We are so totally unlike
," said Fanny, avoiding a direct answer, "we are so very, very different in all our inclinations and ways, that I consider it as quite impossible we should ever be tolerably happy together, even if I could like him.
We have already seen that there are governments different from a monarchy, a democracy, and an oligarchy; and what they are, and wherein they differ from each other; and also aristocracies and states properly so called, which are derived from them; and it is evident that these are not much unlike
Philip looked upon him with puzzled surprise; for he was very unlike
his idea of the revolutionary: he spoke in a low voice and was extraordinarily polite; he never sat down till he was asked to; and when on rare occasions he met Philip in the street took off his hat with an elaborate gesture; he never laughed, he never even smiled.
But even as he spoke he began to doubt whether this was the corporal he knew or a stranger, so unlike
himself did the corporal seem at that moment.
Pray don't say any more about it," said Will, in a hoarse undertone extremely unlike
his usual light voice.