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PLACESProgramming Language Approaches to Concurrency and Communication-Centric Software
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(2) We can collect together all the happenings, in different places, which are connected in the way that common sense regards as being due to their emanating from one object.
The utmost skill and caution are required to render these places of concealment invisible to the lynx eye of an Indian.
It is right in the city, near the western gate; it and the place of the Crucifixion, and, in fact, every other place intimately connected with that tremendous event, are ingeniously massed together and covered by one roof--the dome of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
There ought also to be temples erected at proper places, both to the gods and the heroes; but it is unnecessary to dwell longer and most minutely on these particulars--for it is by no means difficult to plan these things, it is rather so to carry them into execution; for the theory is the child of our wishes, but the practical part must depend upon fortune; for which reason we shall decline saying anything farther upon these subjects.
Three outside places were vacant; one behind the coachman; two on the dickey.
Catherick's place of abode--next to it, on the side nearest to me.
Why had they ever come to this noisy town, when there were peaceful country places, in which, at least, they might have hungered and thirsted, with less suffering than in its squalid strife!
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.
There will be a place for you in the baggage-wagon."
The men took their places and crossed themselves....
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., can easily reconstruct in their minds the aggregate of edifices to which it belonged, and find again entire in it the ancient Gothic place of the fifteenth century.
There are six sorts of movement: generation, destruction, increase, diminution, alteration, and change of place.