A tin pipe ascends
through the ceiling, and forms a medium of vocal communication with other parts of be edifice.
The third, to conduct my thoughts in such order that, by commencing with objects the simplest and easiest to know, I might ascend
by little and little, and, as it were, step by step, to the knowledge of the more complex; assigning in thought a certain order even to those objects which in their own nature do not stand in a relation of antecedence and sequence.
But as we ascend
in the social scale, the process of discriminating and being discriminated by hearing increases in difficulty, partly because voices are assimilated, partly because the faculty of voice-discrimination is a plebeian virtue not much developed among the Aristocracy.
In precisely the same spirit as a man may debate a project to ascend
the Matterhorn or to cross Africa, John considered Alan's proposal, and, greatly daring, accepted it.
Lawrence from the sea and ascend
the river to Quebec.
Seeking this gentle acclivity, they began to ascend
it with alacrity, trusting to find at the top one of those elevated plains which prevail among the Rocky Mountains.
I lingered behind in the forecastle a moment to take a parting glance at its familiar features, and just as I was about to ascend
to the deck my eye happened to light on the bread-barge and beef-kid, which contained the remnants of our last hasty meal.
It is thought by some that, after death, they will have to travel to these mountains and ascend
one of their highest and most rugged peaks, among rocks and snows and tumbling torrents.
Whether the God descend from above Or the man ascend
upon high, Whether this maker of tents be Jove Or a younger deity-- I will be no judge between your gods And your godless bickerings, Lictor, drive them hence with rods-- I care for none of these things!
This ballast being discarded, and a clear sunshine evaporating the dew, and at the same time expanding the gas in the silk, the whole will again rapidly ascend
I am inclined to think that a good mountaineer like myself could ascend
the rock to the top, though he would, of course, be no nearer to the plateau when he had done so.
So the student sat himself down and waited a while; but the time hung heavy upon him, and he begged earnestly that he might ascend
forthwith, for his thirst for knowledge was great.