A head will be more accurately defined as the correlative of that which is 'headed', than as that of an animal, for the animal does not have a head qua animal, since many animals have no head.
I add this condition because, if that to which they are related is stated as haphazard and not accurately, the two are not found to be interdependent.
He here closed the book and leaned forward in the chair, placing himself accurately
in the position which I had occupied at the moment of beholding "the monster.
Recollecting, however, that the valiant Amadis was not content to call himself curtly Amadis and nothing more, but added the name of his kingdom and country to make it famous, and called himself Amadis of Gaul, he, like a good knight, resolved to add on the name of his, and to style himself Don Quixote of La Mancha, whereby, he considered, he described accurately
his origin and country, and did honour to it in taking his surname from it.
Our sense of touch, stimulated by necessity, and developed by long training, enables us to distinguish angles far more accurately
than your sense of sight, when unaided by a rule or measure of angles.
He knew all the adventures and vicissitudes through which the old chair had passed, and could have told as accurately
as your own Grandfather who were the personages that had occupied it.
This is done by means of a piece of mother-of-pearl shell, lashed firmly to the extreme end of a heavy stick, with its straight side accurately
notched like a saw.
The forms of those bodies are accurately
such as, within a given surface, to include the greatest possible amount of matter; -- while the surfaces themselves are so disposed as to accommodate a denser population than could be accommodated on the same surfaces otherwise arranged.
He felt he could relate to Banister and more accurately
depict the runner's struggles than someone with no running experience.
In March 2005, Palm Beach County installed a Motorola Printrak Biometric Identification Solution (Printrak BIS) to help law enforcement officials solve more crimes and more accurately
track and identify criminals.
The 100D26-LH high-speed tire testing machine is said to accurately
measure tire uniformity at 200 km per hour (2,300 revolutions per minute).
Whether they lose sight early or later in life, blind people estimate the location of many sounds more accurately
than sighted individuals do, a new study finds.