In the mansion that he built at Arden, there were a hundred telephones, sixty of them linked
to the long-distance lines.
He called a railway porter, and bade him carry the portmanteau to the cloak-room: not that he had any notion of delay; flight, instant flight was his design, no matter whither; but he had determined to dismiss the cabman ere he named, or even chose, his destination, thus possibly balking the Judicial Error of another link
. This was his cunning aim, and now with one foot on the roadway, and one still on the coach-step, he made haste to put the thing in practice, and plunged his hand into his trousers pocket.
So viewed the four seemingly independent sections will be found to be linked
together in a real bond of unity.
Until I have found that last link
in my chain, I must remain behind the scenes.
Ferguson, who, by his incredible attempt, was to link
together the achievements of all these explorers, and complete the series of African discovery.
 When he thought of men and women, it was of men and women as in the presence and under the influence of those effective natural objects, and linked
to them by many associations.
To sum up, I believe that species come to be tolerably well-defined objects, and do not at any one period present an inextricable chaos of varying and intermediate links
: firstly, because new varieties are very slowly formed, for variation is a very slow process, and natural selection can do nothing until favourable variations chance to occur, and until a place in the natural polity of the country can be better filled by some modification of some one or more of its inhabitants.
This land had been drained--to the huge discomfort of a colony of mosquitoes which had come to look on the place as their private property--and converted into links
, which had become a sort of refuge for incompetent golfers.
that united her to the rest of humankind -- links
of flowers, or silk, or gold, or whatever the material -- had all been broken.
But as this conductor must descend to considerable depth, that its end may avoid all contact with the hull; and as moreover, if kept constantly towing there, it would be liable to many mishaps, besides interfering not a little with some of the rigging, and more or less impeding the vessel's way in the water; because of all this, the lower parts of a ship's lightning-rods are not always overboard; but are generally made in long slender links
, so as to be the more readily hauled up into the chains outside, or thrown down into the sea, as occasion may require.
And it is a solemn fact that the English in this Eastern exile have contrived to make a small golf links
out of the green scrub and sand; with a comfortable clubhouse at one end of it and this primeval monument at the other.
I do not remember now the details of the weight and length of the fetters riveted on his limbs by an "Administrative" order, but it was in the number of pounds and the thickness of links
an appalling assertion of the divine right of autocracy.