How far the convention may have succeeded in this part of their work, will better appear on a more accurate
view of it.
If, then, the statement is made accurate
, the connexion will be reciprocal, for we can speak of a wing, having reference necessarily to a winged creature, and of a winged creature as being such because of its wings.
And when we DO return, it shall not be like other travellers, without being able to give one accurate
idea of anything.
However, he was accurate
, at least, though far from possessing the brilliancy or philosophy of Mr.
Practice, says Captain Bonneville, has given such a quickness of eye to the experienced trapper in all that relates to his pursuit, that he can detect the slightest sign of beaver, however wild; and although the lodge may be concealed by close thickets and overhanging willows, he can generally, at a single glance, make an accurate
guess at the number of its inmates.
As soon as she had complyed with my wishes in this particular and had given me an accurate
detail of every thing that had befallen her since our separation (the particulars of which if you are not already acquainted with, your Mother will give you) I applied to Augusta for the same information respecting herself, Sir Edward and Lady Dorothea.
He made accurate
examination of it by the aid of some instruments, and came to the conclusion that it was carved from a lump of lodestone.
It may be, Plato's great year, if the world should last so long, would have some effect; not in renewing the state of like individuals (for that is the fume of those, that conceive the celestial bodies have more accurate
influences upon these things below, than indeed they have), but in gross.
So far as the geography, the inhabitants, the animals, and the features of the countries the travellers pass over are described, it is entirely accurate
It is long since I frequented it, and if the novels that describe its present singularities are accurate
much in it is now changed.
This was not quite accurate
, for he had been kept awake by his own thoughts; and Philip, listening sullenly, reflected that he had only made a noise once, and there was no reason why his uncle should not have slept before or after.
His true objective was the provision of a full, accurate
, legible script for our noble but ill-dressed language; but he was led past that by his contempt for the popular Pitman system of Shorthand, which he called the Pitfall system.