From the large saucer-shaped roof and the vivid colorings of the various heterogeneous
parts of the structure he recognized it as the temple past which he had been borne to the Blue Place of Seven Skulls.
Life,' he says, 'is a definite combination of heterogeneous
changes, both simultaneous and successive, in correspondence with external coexistences and sequences.
She immediately escaped into her bedroom, where chaos reigned; a jumble of furniture to be put out of sight, with other heterogeneous
articles of more or rather less elegance,--a domestic carnival, in short.
Fling this heterogeneous
, bankrupt, vindictive mass across the border, and the Revolution was on.
Cautioning her, in these terms, not to trip over a heterogeneous
litter of pastry-cook's trays, lamps, waiters full of glasses, and piles of rout seats which were strewn about the hall, plainly bespeaking a late party on the previous night, the man led the way to the second story, and ushered Kate into a back-room, communicating by folding-doors with the apartment in which she had first seen the mistress of the establishment.
Irish, Germans, French, Scotch, all the heterogeneous units which make up the population of Maryland shouted in their respective vernaculars; and the "vivas," "hurrahs," and "bravos" were intermingled in inexpressible enthusiasm.
The four railways from Philadelphia and Washington, Harrisburg and Wheeling, which converge at Baltimore, whirled away the heterogeneous population to the four corners of the United States, and the city subsided into comparative tranquility.
In proportion to the vigor of the individual these revolutions are frequent, until in some happier mind they are incessant and all worldly relations hang very loosely about him, becoming as it were a transparent fluid membrane through which the living form is seen, and not, as in most men, an indurated heterogeneous
fabric of many dates and of no settled character, in which the man is imprisoned.
But this it behooves you to know, that in those days I began to resolve the heterogeneous
mass known as the People into its elements, and to evaluate its good and bad qualities.
Once, among the heterogeneous
crowd of inmates there appeared a dancing-master.
Having so held and waved the candle as that all these heterogeneous
objects seemed to come forward obediently when they were named, and then retire again, Mr Venus despondently repeats, 'Oh dear me, dear me
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