And these noises were as definitely words in his vocabulary as are words in a human
Beyond these general characters their heads had little in common; each preserved the quality of its particular species: the human
mark distorted but did not hide the leopard, the ox, or the sow, or other animal or animals, from which the creature had been moulded.
When the memory of the first races felt itself overloaded, when the mass of reminiscences of the human
race became so heavy and so confused that speech naked and flying, ran the risk of losing them on the way, men transcribed them on the soil in a manner which was at once the most visible, most durable, and most natural.
--My happiness itself do I throw out into all places far and wide 'twixt orient, noontide, and occident, to see if many human
fish will not learn to hug and tug at my happiness;--
The movement of humanity, arising as it does from innumerable arbitrary human
wills, is continuous.
First, let all humans
inform themselves of the inevitable and eternal cruelty by the means of which only can animals be compelled to perform before revenue-paying audiences.
"They would fight among themselves, and while they fought the Mahars would fall upon them, and even though the Mahar race should die out, of what value would the emancipation of the human
race be to them without the knowledge, which you alone may wield, to guide them toward the wonderful civilization of which you have told me so much that I long for its comforts and luxuries as I never before longed for anything.
It was through nature, ennobled in this way by the semblance of passion and thought, that the poet approached the spectacle of human
Among the sentiments of most powerful operation upon the human
heart, and most highly honorable to the human
character, are those of veneration for our forefathers, and of love for our posterity.
Then his captor did that which proved beyond doubt to Bradley that he was in the hands of human
beings who had devised an almost perfect scheme of duplicating, mechanically, the wings of a bird--the thing spoke to its companion and in a language that Bradley partially understood, since he recognized words that he had learned from the savage races of Caspak.
The physiological advantages of the practice of injection are undeniable, if one thinks of the tremendous waste of human
time and energy occasioned by eating and the digestive process.
The reason is that he escaped from being a human
when he was seven days' old; he escaped by the window and flew back to the Kensington Gardens.