They floated in his mind agreeably enough, and as he took up his bed-candle his lips were curled with that incipient
smile which is apt to accompany agreeable recollections.
A volunteer surgeon in the first days out in the Philippines, he had made a particular study of leprosy, and had observed so many lepers that infallibly, except in the incipient
beginnings of the disease, he could pick out a leper at a glance.
They could no longer gain access to the active revolutionists, and the incipient
ones, in Lower California.
With every kindly sympathy and affection blasted in its birth, with every young and healthy feeling flogged and starved down, with every revengeful passion that can fester in swollen hearts, eating its evil way to their core in silence, what an incipient
Hell was breeding here!
The work of casting, boring, masonry, the transport of workmen, their establishment in an almost uninhabited country, the construction of furnaces and workshops, the plant, the powder, the projectile, and incipient
expenses, would, according to the estimates, absorb nearly the whole.
Again, it may be asked, how is it that varieties, which I have called incipient
species, become ultimately converted into good and distinct species, which in most cases obviously differ from each other far more than do the varieties of the same species?
There were no less than three unhappy fellows in tail coats, with incipient
down on their chins, whom the Doctor and the master of the form were always endeavouring to hoist into the upper school, but whose parsing and construing resisted the most well-meant shoves.
Images of bodily movements, such as we have when we imagine moving an arm or, on a smaller scale, pronouncing a word, might possibly be explained away on Professor Watson's lines, as really consisting in small incipient
movements such as, if magnified and prolonged, would be the movements we are said to be imagining.
Sometimes I grew alarmed at the wreck I perceived that I had become; the energy of my purpose alone sustained me: my labours would soon end, and I believed that exercise and amusement would then drive away incipient
disease; and I promised myself both of these when my creation should be complete.
And thereafter, for a long time, the many irons rose and fell, the pace of the room in no wise diminished; while the forewoman strode the aisles with a threatening eye for incipient
breakdown and hysteria.
The comparison occurred to Mr Verloc because he had sat astride various army horses in his time, and had now the sensation of an incipient
The attempted smile was given up, the incipient
frown was checked, and smoothed so that there should be no sign; but I imagined him exclaiming inwardly--
Mingled with these groups, were three or four match-making mammas, appearing to be wholly absorbed by the conversation in which they were taking part, but failing not from time to time to cast an anxious sidelong glance upon their daughters, who, remembering the maternal injunction to make the best use of their youth, had already commenced incipient
flirtations in the mislaying scarves, putting on gloves, setting down cups, and so forth; slight matters apparently, but which may be turned to surprisingly good account by expert practitioners.
The physiological trigger to produce nymphs and replacement reproductives from larvae in cases of orphaning, as previously described in mature Coptotermes colonies (Lenz & Runko 1993), is also true in incipient
colonies (< 10 mo old), although rare.
Bearing in mind that the combined repayments of the NBR and MinFin to the IMF peak in 2013-14 at EUR 5bn/year and privatization of public companies in energy and transport is at an incipient
stage, a new deal without drawing funds from the IMF is a good strategy.