Strange, too, for one who has kept his calmness throughout the contest, to observe the bloodthirstiness that is developed
in the hour of triumph, and to be conscious that he is himself among its objects
Reed might be at that time some six or seven and thirty; she was a woman of robust frame, square-shouldered and strong-limbed, not tall, and, though stout, not obese: she had a somewhat large face, the under jaw being much developed
and very solid; her brow was low, her chin large and prominent, mouth and nose sufficiently regular; under her light eyebrows glimmered an eye devoid of ruth; her skin was dark and opaque, her hair nearly flaxen; her constitution was sound as a bell--illness never came near her; she was an exact, clever manager; her household and tenantry were thoroughly under her control; her children only at times defied her authority and laughed it to scorn; she dressed well, and had a presence and port calculated to set off handsome attire.
Her figure -- taller than her sister's, taller than the average of woman's height; instinct with such a seductive, serpentine suppleness, so lightly and playfully graceful, that its movements suggested, not unnaturally, the movements of a young cat -- her figure was so perfectly developed
already that no one who saw her could have supposed that she was only eighteen.
From these burgesses the first elements of the bourgeoisie were developed
The first means of recognition is the sense of hearing; which with us is far more highly developed
than with you, and which enables us not only to distinguish by the voice our personal friends, but even to discriminate between different classes, at least so far as concerns the three lowest orders, the Equilateral, the Square, and the Pentagon -- for of the Isosceles I take no account.
This power is wonderfully developed
in all Martians, and accounts largely for the simplicity of their language and the relatively few spoken words exchanged even in long conversations.
Persons, therefore, starting with this natural gift developed
by degrees their special aptitudes, till their rude improvisations gave birth to Poetry.
When Jesus talks about the poor he simply means personalities, just as when he talks about the rich he simply means people who have not developed
During the whole evening he had remained in one of the corridors, chatting with Bernouin and Brienne, and commenting, with the ordinary skill of people of a court, upon the news which developed
like air-bubbles upon the water, on the surface of each event.
It is interesting in this manner to perceive, so largely developed
, the germs of extinction in the so-called powerful Anglo-Saxon family.
Then it was that the fortified camp of the Caesars developed
into the castle of the king.
It is eternally developed
upon the soil according to the same law.
From early infancy his survival had depended upon acuteness of eyesight, hearing, smell, touch, and taste far more than upon the more slowly developed
organ of reason.
A very intimate sense of the expressiveness of outward things, which ponders, listens, penetrates, where the earlier, less developed
consciousness passed lightly by, is an important element in the general temper of our modern poetry.
I suppose if I did catch it last night it couldn't have developed