it," Daylight counselled cheerfully.
Call it the shadow of an oligarchy, if you will; it is the nearest I dare approximate
Although hardly one shell, crab or fish is common to the above-named three approximate
faunas of Eastern and Western America and the eastern Pacific islands, yet many fish range from the Pacific into the Indian Ocean, and many shells are common to the eastern islands of the Pacific and the eastern shores of Africa, on almost exactly opposite meridians of longitude.
Has the naturalist or chemist learned his craft, who has explored the gravity of atoms and the elective affinities, who has not yet discerned the deeper law whereof this is only a partial or approximate
statement, namely that like draws to like, and that the goods which belong to you gravitate to you and need not be pursued with pains and cost?
In certain respects, the views which I shall be setting forth approximate
to materialism; in certain others, they approximate
to its opposite.
We can only hope to approximate
to the conditions; and if we don't succeed in getting you nearly enough back to what you were, this venture of ours will fail.
We no longer approximate
in our behavior to the mere impulsiveness of the lower animals, but conduct ourselves in every respect like members of a highly civilized society.