Thus the 'winged' species is simultaneous
with the 'terrestrial' and the 'water' species.
A groan of simultaneous
terror burst from the group before us.
But 'tis exceeding hard to obtain this ray pure, because of the simultaneous
presence of other stars whose rays mingle with it.
These reflections, rapid as lightning, simultaneous
with visual perception, D'Artagnan had already forgotten when he descended the first steps of the staircase.
One of the men reverted to the stories told by the native troops in connection with their rout by a lion several weeks before and the simultaneous
appearance in their trenches of a naked, white giant whom they were perfectly assured was some demon of the jungle.
His first conscious sensation was of thirst, which grew almost to the proportions of suffering with full returning consciousness; but a moment later it was forgotten in the joy of two almost simultaneous
But if your voyage were made in a goodly ship, which bore within it all your relations and your friends, you would feel that, however uncertain your destination might still remain, you would at least have one common and simultaneous
experience which would hold you to the end in the same close communion.
But so abrupt and swift was the whirl that warning and accomplishment were practically simultaneous
with this, Captain Duncan's second kick landed, communicating such propulsion to Michael as to tear his clenched teeth through the flesh and out of the flesh of the fox-terrier.
If now you should turn your head you would see a simultaneous
movement among the spectators a start, as if they had received an electric shock - and looking forward again to the now distant horseman you would see that he has in that instant altered his direction and is riding at an angle to his former course.
Life,' he says, 'is a definite combination of heterogeneous changes, both simultaneous
and successive, in correspondence with external coexistences and sequences.
For five weeks I crammed, until simultaneous
quadratic equations and chemical formulas fairly oozed from my ears.
On the other hand, it was held that a simultaneous
jail-delivery all over the land would have immense psychological influence on the proletariat.
Then she swayed, lost her balance, stumbled, staggered, and fell, sliding down over the sun-baked roof and crashing off it through the tangle of Virginia creeper beneath-- all before the dismayed circle below could give a simultaneous
, terrified shriek.
Their entrance, whether by premeditation or a simultaneous
impulse, was the signal of revolt.