Neither are we human beings
," retorted Number Twelve.
This hurricane of human beings
, the flux and reflux of living bodies, had the effect of leaving for a few short moments the whole bank of the Beresina deserted.
He saw only sullen, scowling, imbruted men, and feeble, discouraged women, or women that were not women,--the strong pushing away the weak,--the gross, unrestricted animal selfishness of human beings
, of whom nothing good was expected and desired; and who, treated in every way like brutes, had sunk as nearly to their level as it was possible for human beings
I am one of the ordinary human beings
with whom the world is peopled, but I am not conscious of any of the usual weaknesses of sentiment or morality.
He had been with them so long that he had come to regard them as almost normal human beings
He, the sovereign lord and master of a world which grinds the bodies and souls of human beings
into dollars--if he could come into the world this day and see the things that men have made in his name, would it not blast his soul with horror?
Well, sir, they roosted around here on the housetop and the trees for an hour, and guffawed over that thing like human beings
A single word from the white men was enough--against all our wishes, prayers, and entreaties--to sunder forever the dearest friends, dearest kindred, and strongest ties known to human beings
What struck me as most remarkable about this assemblage and the hall in which they were congregated was the fact that the creatures were entirely out of proportion to the desks, chairs, and other furnishings; these being of a size adapted to human beings
such as I, whereas the great bulks of the Martians could scarcely have squeezed into the chairs, nor was there room beneath the desks for their long legs.
Many human beings
have gone to their graves unattended by as much real regret as followed that one gray pussy cat to his.
If ever the fusion of two human beings
into one has been accomplished on this sphere it was surely in their union.
Many are the enactments made at different times in the different States of Flatland, in order to minimize this peril; and in the Southern and less temperate climates where the force of gravitation is greater, and human beings
more liable to casual and involuntary motions, the Laws concerning Women are naturally much more stringent.