One day, in the midst of these dismal times, a wild figure approached the portal of the Province House, and folding his arms, stood contemplating the scarlet banner which a passing breeze shook fitfully, as if to fling abroad the contagion
that it typified.
how would he, if he had any principles of honour, as I verily believe he had--I say, how would he abhor the thought of giving any ill distemper, if he had it, as for aught he knew he might, to his modest and virtuous wife, and thereby sowing the contagion
in the life-blood of his posterity.
Preparations had been made for such a happening, and though sixty thousand soldiers of Europe were carried off, the international corps of physicians isolated the contagion
and dammed it back.
My dearest Henry, the advantage to you of getting away from the Admiral before your manners are hurt by the contagion
of his, before you have contracted any of his foolish opinions, or learned to sit over your dinner as if it were the best blessing of life
With such precautions the courtiers might bid defiance to contagion
The courtiers, at the approach of the friends of the unfortunate superintendent of finances, drew back, as if fearful of being affected by contagion
with disgrace and misfortune.
Just as luck would have it, the Jessie caught the contagion
And when the fiddler, peering into the front room, remarked to the pianist, "It's Burning Daylight," the waltz-time perceptibly quickened, and the dancers, catching the contagion
, began to whirl about as if they really enjoyed it.
Michael, however, yielding to the contagion
, sat beside his mother and barked angrily out across the increasing stretch of water as he would have barked at any danger that crept and rustled in the jungle.
M2 PHARMA-November 3, 2017-Gallagher Named Editor in Chief of Contagion
But, this study--the first to contrast dogs' behavioral responses to negative and positive emotions--shows that dogs can exhibit emotional contagion
, a component of empathy.
The minutes of the March 14, 2008 meeting of the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors rationalized the bailout by highlighting the "expected contagion
that would result from the immediate failure of Bear Stearns.