Or again, the question may be solved
by punctuation, as in Empedocles,--
And when Socialism has solved
the problem of poverty, and Science solved
the problem of disease, the area of the sentimentalists will be lessened, and the sympathy of man will be large, healthy, and spontaneous.
The Honorable Eric Lindon, who was at this moment walking up and down with Lady Muriel, might have solved
it at once, no doubt, by announcing his intention of returning on foot.
I walked round the corner, saw the City and Suburban Bank abutted on our friend's premises, and felt that I had solved
It is but a superficial mode of examining into this question to begin with the place and the people; for it may happen that these may be divided from that, or that some one of them may live in one place, and some in another (but this question may be regarded as no very knotty one; for, as a city may acquire that appellation on many accounts, it may be solved
many ways); and in like manner, when men inhabit one common place, when shall we say that they inhabit the same city, or that the city is the same?
Yes, they are splendid, splendid youngsters," chimed in the count, who always solved
questions that seemed to him perplexing by deciding that everything was splendid.
We had our greatest difficulty with the webbed feet, but even that problem was finally solved, so that when we moved about we did so quite naturally.
Ghak finally solved the problem, in part, by lifting Perry in his powerful arms and carrying him.
He has solved
it; but, God, at what a price in misshapen, soulless, hideous monsters
this problem also in his own decisive way.
Levin was insufferably bored that evening with the ladies; he was stirred as he had never been before by the idea that the dissatisfaction he was feeling with his system of managing his land was not an exceptional case, but the general condition of things in Russia; that the organization of some relation of the laborers to the soil in which they would work, as with the peasant he had met half-way to the Sviazhskys', was not a dream, but a problem which must be solved
The financial difficulty of it, presenting also a human problem, was solved
by a mind much too simple to be perplexed by anything in the world except men's idle talk for which it was not adapted.