1) All the appearances
of different stars in a given place, or,
Since then, as philosophers prove, appearance
tyrannizes over truth and is lord of happiness, to appearance
I must devote myself.
As soon as his full face was turned upon me, and I again beheld its extraordinary embellishment, and met the strange gaze to which I had been subjected the preceding night, I immediately, in spite of the alteration in his appearance
, recognized the noble Mehevi.
Old Sharon, to all appearance
, dropped the subject there.
She had never used it herself, but she had read of the practice of eating arsenic among the Styrian peasantry for the purpose of clearing the color, and of producing a general appearance
of plumpness and good health.
I ask pardon for this short appearance
, by way of chorus, on the stage.
I will not amuse you with an appearance
of deliberation when I have decided.
He remained standing at the edge of the pit that the Thing had made for itself, staring at its strange appearance
, astonished chiefly at its unusual shape and colour, and dimly perceiving even then some evidence of design in its arrival.
The whole village was roused; some fled, some attacked me, until, grievously bruised by stones and many other kinds of missile weapons, I escaped to the open country and fearfully took refuge in a low hovel, quite bare, and making a wretched appearance
after the palaces I had beheld in the village.
Beside the swine-herd, for such was Gurth's occupation, was seated, upon one of the fallen Druidical monuments, a person about ten years younger in appearance
, and whose dress, though resembling his companion's in form, was of better materials, and of a more fantastic appearance
Judging from the appearance
, and from similar cases in England, I supposed that the air was saturated with moisture.
Her personal appearance
settled the question of her reception before she opened her lips.
The honest, rough piece of iron, so simple in appearance
, has more parts than the human body has limbs: the ring, the stock, the crown, the flukes, the palms, the shank.
On the slow and successive appearance
of new species -- On their different rates of change -- Species once lost do not reappear -- Groups of species follow the same general rules in their appearance
and disappearance as do single species -- On Extinction -- On simultaneous changes in the forms of life throughout the world -- On the affinities of extinct species to each other and to living species -- On the state of development of ancient forms -- On the succession of the same types within the same areas -- Summary of preceding and present chapters.
But, in truth, Pearl was the one as well as the other; and only in consequence of that identity had Hester contrived so perfectly to represent the scarlet letter in her appearance