Carey's never studied before, you won't mind helping him a little just at first will you?" Then she turned to the model
. "La Pose."
"I'll try to be a model
pupil," agreed Anne dolefully.
Upon which great models
he had principally formed himself; sometimes according with the opinion of the one, and sometimes with that of the other.
If it had been found impracticable to have devised models
of a more perfect structure, the enlightened friends to liberty would have been obliged to abandon the cause of that species of government as indefensible.
`This little affair,' said the Time Traveller, resting his elbows upon the table and pressing his hands together above the apparatus, `is only a model
. It is my plan for a machine to travel through time.
(which, through want of time, we have necessarily described in an imperfect manner,) was put in action at the Adelaide Gallery, where it accomplished a velocity of five miles per hour; although, strange to say, it excited very little interest in comparison with the previous complex machine of Mr.
"Wa-al, Enoch Fuller he made a model
o' the old Ohio, and she's to Salem museum now.
It was his school, and he intended it to be a model
. He intended every child in it to be a model
- just as the young Gradgrinds were all models
The marshal of the province in whose hands the law had placed the control of so many important public functions--the guardianship of wards (the very department which was giving Levin so much trouble just now), the disposal of large sums subscribed by the nobility of the province, the high schools, female, male, and military, and popular instruction on the new model
, and finally, the district council--the marshal of the province, Snetkov, was a nobleman of the old school,--dissipating an immense fortune, a good-hearted man, honest after his own fashion, but utterly without any comprehension of the needs of modern days.
It is not my fault that things cannot be so arranged, and that one must be satisfied with model
If the Mediterranean, the venerable (and sometimes atrociously ill- tempered) nurse of all navigators, was to rock my youth, the providing of the cradle necessary for that operation was entrusted by Fate to the most casual assemblage of irresponsible young men(all, however, older than myself) that, as if drunk with Provencal sunshine, frittered life away in joyous levity on the model
of Balzac's "Histoire des Treize" qualified by a dash of romance DE CAPE ET D'EPEE.
There was less opposition to this model
than to the windows; for the settlers were fond of novelty, and their steeple was without a precedent.