When your heart overfloweth broad and full like the river, a blessing and a danger to the lowlanders: there is the origin of your virtue.
When ye are exalted above praise and blame, and your will would command all things, as a loving one's will: there is the origin of your virtue.
Wallace, who is now studying the natural history of the Malay archipelago, has arrived at almost exactly the same general conclusions that I have on the origin of species.
In considering the Origin of Species, it is quite conceivable that a naturalist, reflecting on the mutual affinities of organic beings, on their embryological relations, their geographical distribution, geological succession, and other such facts, might come to the conclusion that each species had not been independently created, but had descended, like varieties, from other species.
The color of the Indian, the writer believes, is peculiar to himself, and while his cheek-bones have a very striking indication of a Tartar origin, his eyes have not.
Hawkeye calls the Lac du Saint Sacrement, the "Horican." As we believe this to be an appropriation of the name that has its origin with ourselves, the time has arrived, perhaps, when the fact should be frankly admitted.
I am delighted, he replied, to hear you say so, and shall begin by speaking, as I proposed, of the nature and origin
This renders us strictly Yankee in our origin, an extraction of which I find all who enjoy it fond of boasting.
But the moon has no seas, so far as we can ascertain; its surface representing one of strictly volcanic origin, the mountains being numerous to a wonderful degree.
What is the origin of evil?' and prevailed far and wide in the east.
In the Phaedo, as in the Meno, the origin of ideas is sought for in a previous state of existence.
"It will be but a matter of a day or so when I can introduce him to Virginia, but we must be careful that she has no inkling of his origin
until mutual affection has gained a sure foothold between them."