This physician likewise abundantly establishes what he has advanced respecting the motion of the blood, from the existence of certain pellicles, so disposed in various places along the course of the veins, in the manner of small valves, as not to permit the blood to pass from the middle of the body towards the extremities, but only to return from the extremities to the heart; and farther, from experience which shows
that all the blood which is in the body may flow out of it in a very short time through a single artery that has been cut, even although this had been closely tied in the immediate neighborhood of the heart and cut between the heart and the ligature, so as to prevent the supposition that the blood flowing out of it could come from any other quarter than the heart.
My master gave public notice that he would show
me again the next market-day; and in the meantime he prepared a convenient vehicle for me, which he had reason enough to do; for I was so tired with my first journey, and with entertaining company for eight hours together, that I could hardly stand upon my legs, or speak a word.
All comprehension is creation; the woman I love is somewhat of my handiwork; and the great lover, like the great painter, is he that can so embellish his subject as to make her more than human, whilst yet by a cunning art he has so based his apotheosis on the nature of the case that the woman can go on being a true woman, and give her character free play, and show
littleness, or cherish spite, or be greedy of common pleasures, and he continue to worship without a thought of incongruity.
They know their story by heart--the history of every statue, painting, cathedral or other wonder they show
"And if you allow yourself," he screamed in a fury, addressing Princess Mary for the first time, "to forget yourself again before her as you dared to do yesterday, I will show
you who is master in this house.
Afterwards I stopped strangers on the highway with an offer to show
her to them through the kitchen window, and I doubt not the first letter I ever wrote told my mother what they are like when they are so near that you can put your fingers into them.
But come, my dear; I must show
you all my Dorothys.
"Wait, I'll show
you," and he called up the canoe just behind.
'I have a daughter,' said the old woman, 'who is so beautiful that she has not her equal in the world, and is well fitted to be your wife; if you will make her lady-queen I will show
you the way out of the wood.'
Not for years had I drunk steam beer; but when I had, I had drunk with men, and I guessed I could show
these youngsters some ability in beer-guzzling.
It was evident that, having devoted a great deal of trouble to improve and beautify his home, Vronsky felt a need to show
off the improvements to a new person, and was genuinely delighted at Darya Alexandrovna's praise.
It's the poverty of the life those people show
, and the awful bounders, of both sexes, that they represent."