On the other hand in the case of (2) the Physician, though I shall here also see a line (D'A'E') with a bright centre (A'), yet it will shade away LESS RAPIDLY
into dimness, because the sides(A'C', A'B') RECEDE LESS RAPIDLY
INTO THE FOG: and what appear to me the Physician's extremities, viz.
I followed rapidly
until, darkness shutting down, I was forced to await the rising of the moon, and given an opportunity to speculate on the question of the wisdom of my chase.
Meriem had progressed rapidly
with the intricacies of the English language, for Bwana and My Dear had persistently refused to speak Arabic from the time they had decided that Meriem must learn English, which had been a day or two after her introduction into their home.
Dantes, although stunned and almost suffocated, had sufficient presence of mind to hold his breath, and as his right hand (prepared as he was for every chance) held his knife open, he rapidly
ripped up the sack, extricated his arm, and then his body; but in spite of all his efforts to free himself from the shot, he felt it dragging him down still lower.
As the Indians had gone off in the direction which the trappers had intended to travel, the latter changed their route, and pushed forward rapidly
through the "Bad Pass," nor halted until night; when, supposing themselves out of the reach of the enemy, they contented themselves with tying up their horses and posting a guard.
They, at that time, were extremely numerous, and conducted the chief navigation and commerce of the Ohio and the Mississippi, as the voyageurs did of the Canadian waters; but, like them, their consequence and characteristics are rapidly
vanishing before the all-pervading intrusion of steamboats.
A strange purring sound issued from the mouth in the palm of one of his hands, and at the same time he started rapidly
toward the bluff, followed by the entire herd.
The cylinder once lighted, the hydrogen in the spiral and in the concave cone becomes heated, and rapidly
ascends through the pipe that leads to the upper part of the balloon.
Also could he write, with printed letters, rapidly
and plainly, but script he had not mastered, for though there were several copy books among his treasure, there was so little written English in the cabin that he saw no use for bothering with this other form of writing, though he could read it, laboriously.
How such a consciousness is communicated is very difficult to define, but it certainly is communicated very surely, and flows rapidly
, imperceptibly, and irrepressibly, as water does in a creek.
Since we had entered the canyon we had had no glimpse of our pursuers, and I was commencing to hope that they had lost our trail and that we would reach the now rapidly
nearing cliffs in time to scale them before we should be overtaken.
The sea calmed rapidly
, so that by the time the foremost canoe had come within five hundred yards of us we could see them all plainly.
As he worked, rapidly
and with great skill, he neither hummed nor whistled as does the average man of civilization.
As she turned about to call this to him she was somewhat surprised to see that he was wheeling the carriage rapidly
toward the corner, and at the same time she saw the door of the taxicab open and a swarthy face framed for a moment in the aperture.
He was carried within reach of the cordage where the warrior still clung, though with rapidly