So far as climate goes, it was immaterial what time we chose for our expedition, as the temperature ranges from seventy-five to ninety degrees both summer and winter, with no appreciable
difference in heat.
Finally, an analysis has shown that the remains of his supper left by the stable-lad contain an appreciable
quantity of powdered opium, while the people at the house partook of the same dish on the same night without any ill effect.
Society is hopelessly snobbish, and this fact of your extraction may make an appreciable
difference to its acceptance of you as my wife, after I have made you the well-read woman that I mean to make you.
The room was empty, and she left him, for an appreciable
time, to wonder whether she had gone to find her mistress, or whether she had not understood what he was there for, and thought it might be to wind the clock--of which he perceived that the only visible specimen had stopped.
For seven tals I waited--there had been no appreciable
effect upon the lock's mechanism.
The spiritual fact remains unalterable, by many or by few particulars; as no mountain is of any appreciable
height to break the curve of the sphere.
Fox-terriers are born with about four times as much original sin in them as other dogs are, and it will take years and years of patient effort on the part of us Christians to bring about any appreciable
reformation in the rowdiness of the fox-terrier nature.
The banker's speech was fluent, but it was also copious, and he used up an appreciable
amount of time in brief meditative pauses.
I do not know when or where my father got it for me, and I am aware of an appreciable
time that passed between my hearing of it and my having it.
What they do," said Perry, "is to project their thoughts into the fourth dimension, when they become appreciable
to the sixth sense of their listener.
As the last of the Waziri filed from the chamber, Tarzan turned back for a last glimpse of the fabulous wealth upon which his two inroads had made no appreciable
As Tarzan leaped for the vines he realized that the lion was close upon him and that his life depended upon the strength of the creepers clinging to the city walls; but to his intense relief he found the stems as large around as a man's arm, and the tendrils which had fastened themselves to the wall so firmly fixed, that his weight upon the stem appeared to have no appreciable
effect upon them.
His lips moved, and though no sound came forth that might have been appreciable
to a human ear beyond the walls of his prison, yet he realized that the one beyond would hear.
The aperture was close, ah, so close, yet, struggle as she would, she seemed to be making no appreciable
progress toward it.
Is it conceivable that the ether in Sumatra should be so deadly as to cause total insensibility at the very time when the ether here has had no appreciable
effect upon us whatever?