If we assume, as science normally does, the continuity of physical processes, we are forced to conclude that, at the place
where the plate is, and at all places
between it and a star which it photographs, SOMETHING is happening which is specially connected with that star.
The persons who, like ourselves, never cross the Place
de Grève without casting a glance of pity and sympathy on that poor turret strangled between two hovels of the time of Louis XV.
Generation is distinct from destruction, increase and change of place
from diminution, and so on.
She will sell cheaply, for a big place
like that in a small village like the Glen will not be very easy to dispose of.
They were at a loss what route to take, and how far they were from the ultimate place
of their destination, nor could they meet in these uninhabited wilds with any human being to give them information.
Entering the building, through the midst of the usual assemblage of beggars, one sees on his left a few Turkish guards--for Christians of different sects will not only quarrel, but fight, also, in this sacred place
, if allowed to do it.
my very blood chills at the mention of its name; the place
where so many of my comrades had been locked up, and from whence they went to the fatal tree; the place
where my mother suffered so deeply, where I was brought into the world, and from whence I expected no redemption but by an infamous death: to conclude, the place
that had so long expected me, and which with so much art and success I had so long avoided.
Another roll of the drum warned the susceptible surgeon to take his place
as director-general of the ambulance without any further delay.
Toll, who in this battle played the part of Weyrother at Austerlitz, galloped assiduously from place
, finding everything upside down everywhere.
Fuerst Shtcherbatsky, sammt Gemahlin und Tochter, by the apartments they took, and from their name and from the friends they made, were immediately crystallized into a definite place
marked out for them.
It was here I found myself sitting at sunset, alone, but so completely under the spell of the place
that I needed no companion.
Adjoining to this place
there ought to be a large square, like that which they call in Thessaly The Square of Freedom, in which nothing is permitted to be bought or sold; into which no mechanic nor husbandman, nor any such person, should be permitted to enter, unless commanded by the magistrates.