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Yes, and to emit spray from the mouth, as the Inspector told us.
Physical the Red One must be, to emit the wonderful sound, and though it was called the Red One, Bassett could not be sure that red represented the colour of it.
If an iron door could be supposed to quarrel with its hinges, and to make a firm resolution to open with slow obstinacy, and grind them to powder in the process, it would emit a pleasanter sound in so doing, than did these words in the rough and bitter voice in which they were uttered by Ralph.
It could emit, at will, a certain portion of the water, and it appears, therefore, probable that this fluid is taken in partly for the sake of regulating its specific gravity.
This slug, when disturbed, emits a very fine purplish-red fluid, which stains the water for the space of a foot around.
All poets and heroes, like Memnon, are the children of Aurora, and emit their music at sunrise.
Powell, flattered and embarrassed, could but emit a vague murmur of protest.
Men imagine that they communicate their virtue or vice only by overt actions, and do not see that virtue or vice emit a breath every moment.
We can observe such things as their movements, their physiological processes, and the sounds they emit.
Her mann would glance at me quickly, emit slight "Ach's
Of these the first is that they could never use words or other signs arranged in such a manner as is competent to us in order to declare our thoughts to others: for we may easily conceive a machine to be so constructed that it emits vocables, and even that it emits some correspondent to the action upon it of external objects which cause a change in its organs; for example, if touched in a particular place it may demand what we wish to say to it; if in another it may cry out that it is hurt, and such like; but not that it should arrange them variously so as appositely to reply to what is said in its presence, as men of the lowest grade of intellect can do.
Gasification also works on municipal and hazardous wastes, neither of which emit carbon dioxide when burned.