How to cure such a dyspepsia it were hard to say
, unless by administering three or four boat loads of Brandreth's pills, and then running out of harm's way, as laborers do in blasting rocks.
But where this superiority in the English whalemen does really consist, it would be hard to say
, seeing that the Yankees in one day, collectively, kill more whales than all the English, collectively, in ten years.
I should find it hard to say
just why his peculiar genius had such an absolute fascination for me from the very first, and perhaps I had better content myself with saying simply that my literary liberation began with almost the earliest word from him; for if he chained me to himself he freed me from all other bondage.
You see, sir," he went on, "if once we dropped to leeward of the landing-place, it's hard to say
where we should get ashore, besides the chance of being boarded by the gigs; whereas, the way we go the current must slacken, and then we can dodge back along the shore.
What were my dreams and how I could satisfy myself with them--it is hard to say
now, but at the time I was satisfied with them.
And, in that case, it seems to me that it would be hard to say
that we had not crossed it," added Kennedy.
He paused a minute, and I saw that what he had to tell me was very hard to say
He mixed with boys in the Gardens; ah, mothers, it is hard to say
, but how could he retain his innocence when he had mixed with boys?
And yet it's not so sure; for the buildings are so packed together about the court, that it's hard to say
where one ends and another begins.
Palmer's barouche stopped at the door, and in a few minutes she came laughing into the room: so delighted to see them all, that it was hard to say
whether she received most pleasure from meeting her mother or the Miss Dashwoods again.
If then, as appears probable, species first become rare and then extinct -- if the too rapid increase of every species, even the most favoured, is steadily checked, as we must admit, though how and when it is hard to say
-- and if we see, without the smallest surprise, though unable to assign the precise reason, one species abundant and another closely allied species rare in the same district -- why should we feel such great astonishment at the rarity being carried one step further to extinction?
And you should never find it hard to say