Those things, therefore, are said to be 'simultaneous' in nature, the being of each of which involves that of the other, while at the same time neither is in any way the cause of the other's being; those species, also, which are distinguished
each from each and opposed within the same genus.
Sir," replied the Distinguished Advocate of Republican Institutions, "a ship is expected, bearing His Majesty the King of the Fly-Speck Islands, and I wish to be the first to grasp the crowned hand.
My dear sir," said the Distinguished Advocate of Republican Institutions, without removing his eyes from the horizon, "you wander away into the strangest irrelevancies
The common degrees of these are easily distinguished, though it is not impossible but in particular instances they may very nearly approach to each other.
And this accounts for the fact that images and sensations cannot always be distinguished by their intrinsic nature.
But the general opinion concerning the queer husband of "the most distinguished
woman in Petersburg" was so well established that no one took his freaks seriously.
Admiral had lived through it himself, and was a good judge of what was expected in those days from men and ships.
the recorded opinions and experiences of distinguished
medical professors, French, English, and Scotch, in more modern days, contenting myself with observing that I shall not abandon the facts until there shall have been a considerable spontaneous combustion of the testimony on which human occurrences are usually received.
Equally out of the question: since I could not pay for admission to the prepared place of accommodation for distinguished
people, and could not accept a charitable free pass, in consequence of my high connections.
The public dinner to our distinguished
fellow-colonist and townsman, WILKINS MICAWBER, ESQUIRE, Port Middlebay District Magistrate, came off yesterday in the large room of the Hotel, which was crowded to suffocation.
There was no want of distinguished
and noble candidates to fill up the ranks on either side.
Denham had accused Katharine Hilbery of belonging to one of the most distinguished
families in England, and if any one will take the trouble to consult Mr.