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By this fluctuation the pond asserts its title to a shore, and thus the shore is shorn, and the trees cannot hold it by right of possession.
The proceedings of such a day occasion various fluctuations in the human thermometer, and especially in instruments so sensitively and delicately constructed as Mrs Varden.
It is clear to you, I hope, that Stephen was not a hypocrite,--capable of deliberate doubleness for a selfish end; and yet his fluctuations between the indulgence of a feeling and the systematic concealment of it might have made a good case in support of Philip's accusation.
Past now the bleeding of earthly regrets; past its fluctuations of hope, and fear, and desire; the human will, bent, and bleeding, and struggling long, was now entirely merged in the Divine.
These labourers, who must sell themselves piece-meal, are a commodity, like every other article of commerce, and are consequently exposed to all the vicissitudes of competition, to all the fluctuations of the market.
Our deeds carry their terrible consequences, quite apart from any fluctuations that went before--consequences that are hardly ever confined to ourselves.
We can, also, see that any form represented by few individuals will, during fluctuations in the seasons or in the number of its enemies, run a good chance of utter extinction.
Researchers have used historical climate and observational data in conjunction with proxy climate records to reconstruct decadal- to centennial-scale fluctuations in climate over the last millennium (Fig.
Auditing standards and theory indicate that when management's explanation for a significant unexpected fluctuation is not corroborated during planning, auditors need to revise their audit plan in order to address the increased risk signaled by the unexpected fluctuation.
Research shows that failure to recognize a pattern of fluctuations (see exhibit 2 on page 77) can greatly impair an auditor's ability to identify the correct cause of a fluctuation.
This figure shows that the maximum temperature fluctuation occurs about halfway between the wall and the center of the adapter.
Johnson and his coauthors propose several explanations for the fluctuations in flow rate and temperature recently recorded.