Of my materials
I have but little to say They may be chiefly found in the singular Anglo-Norman MS.
And it cometh many times to pass, that materiam superabit opus; that the work and carriage is more worth than the material
, and enricheth a state more; as is notably seen in the Low-Countrymen, who have the best mines above ground, in the world.
But a careful analysis of these descriptions will show that the materials
of which they are formed are not individually beautiful and can not be wrought into combinations that are beautiful.
If we had a pattern of the materials
, for example, and with time, and a better light - "
All these uses are supplied by learning; for nature can only furnish us with capacity; or, as I have chose to illustrate it, with the tools of our profession; learning must fit them for use, must direct them in it, and, lastly, must contribute part at least of the materials
I know not with what fine and costly material
the heidelburgh Tun was coated within, but in superlative richness that coating could not possibly have compared with the silken pearl-colored membrane, like the line of a fine pelisse, forming the inner surface of the Sperm Whale's case.
asked the two impostors, and they pointed to and described the splendid material
which was not there.
The inference from it is, that a man acting in the capacity of chief magistrate, under a consciousness that in a very short time he MUST lay down his office, will be apt to feel himself too little interested in it to hazard any material
censure or perplexity, from the independent exertion of his powers, or from encountering the ill-humors, however transient, which may happen to prevail, either in a considerable part of the society itself, or even in a predominant faction in the legislative body.
Bring war material
with you from home, but forage on the enemy.
For instance, a certain point of grammatical knowledge is present in the mind, but is not predicable of any subject; or again, a certain whiteness may be present in the body (for colour requires a material
basis), yet it is never predicable of anything.
He wisely resolved to be particularly careful that no sign of admiration should NOW escape him, nothing that could elevate her with the hope of influencing his felicity; sensible that if such an idea had been suggested, his behaviour during the last day must have material
weight in confirming or crushing it.
For machinery it is, doing its work in perfect silence and with a motionless grace, that seems to hide a capricious and not always governable power, taking nothing away from the material
stores of the earth.