The one is not explained by reference to the other; sight is not sight of blindness, nor is any other preposition used to indicate the relation.
That those terms which fall under the heads of 'positives' and 'privatives' are not opposed each to each as contraries, either, is plain from the following facts: Of a pair of contraries such that they have no intermediate, one or the other must needs be present in the subject in which they naturally subsist, or of which they are predicated; for it is those, as we proved,' in the case of which this necessity obtains, that have no intermediate.
If you ask which is the best of these second-class papers they say there is no difference; one is as good as another.
That would be nearly a column of one of our dailies.
It is an evil time," said the Black Panther, one furnace-hot evening, "but it will go if we can live till the end.
We are under one Law, indeed," said Bagheera, wading into the water and looking across at the lines of clicking horns and starting eyes where the deer and the pig pushed each other to and fro.
And I'd rather--yes, I really believe I'd rather--you thought well of my writing than any one
in the world.
Her daughter made her no reply, only in her heart she thought that one
could not talk about exaggeration where Christianity was concerned.
And they exchange with one
another, and one
gives, and another receives, under the idea that the exchange will be for their good.
I recall that during the first months of school that I taught in this building it was in such poor repair that, whenever it rained, one
of the older students would very kindly leave his lessons and hold an umbrella over me while I heard the recitations of the others.
In our illustration of the actor, we spoke, for the moment, as though each spectator's mind were wholly occupied by the one
Then they maintained, for three hours or longer, the FIRST SUSTAINED conversation by telephone, each one
taking careful notes of what he said and of what he heard.
The general reasons for the first have been discussed; it remains to name those for the second, and to see what resources he had, and what any one
in his situation would have had for maintaining himself more securely in his acquisition than did the King of France.
while it is necessary that every one
should do well in his calling, in which consists his excellence, as it is impossible that all the citizens should have the same [1277a] qualifications) it is impossible that the virtue of a citizen and a good man should be the same; for all should possess the virtue of an excellent citizen: for from hence necessarily arise the perfection of the city: but that every one
should possess the virtue of a good man is impossible without all the citizens in a well-regulated state were necessarily virtuous.
They are in London, where the King lives, and you go to them every day unless you are looking decidedly flushed, but no one
has ever been in the whole of the Gardens, because it is so soon time to turn back.