I might so have amassed
more material for after use in literature, but I had to fit myself to use it, and I suppose that this was what I was doing, in my own way, and by such light as I had.
He had amassed
a considerable fund of knowledge concerning the disposition and strength of German troops, their methods of warfare, and the various ways in which a lone Tarmangani might annoy an army and lower its morale.
Mynheer van Baerle the father had amassed
in the Indian trade three or four hundred thousand guilders, which Mynheer van Baerle the son, at the death of his dear and worthy parents, found still quite new, although one set of them bore the date of coinage of 1640, and the other that of
In the terrible wolf-struggle of those centuries, no man was permanently safe, no matter how much wealth he amassed
Ruskin's parents were Scotch, but his father, a man of artistic tastes, was established as a wine-merchant in London and had amassed
a fortune before the boy's birth in 1819.
In each of the hot and secret countries to which the man went he kept a harem, he tortured witnesses, he amassed
shameful gold; but certainly he would have said with steady eyes that he did it to the glory of the Lord.
Three articles in the "Archiv fur die gesammte Psychologie" by Watt,* Messer** and Buhler*** contain a great deal of the material amassed
by the methods which Titchener calls experimental.
Blenkinsop indeed, who had seen the birth of Jos and Amelia, and the wooing of John Sedley and his wife, was for staying by them without wages, having amassed
a considerable sum in their service: and she accompanied the fallen people into their new and humble place of refuge, where she tended them and grumbled against them for a while.
Some years ago he loved a young Russian lady of moderate fortune, and having amassed
a considerable sum in prize-money, the father of the girl consented to the match.
Dudley Pickering was a middle-aged Middle Westerner, who by thrift and industry had amassed
a considerable fortune out of automobiles.
And this put me in mind that I wanted many things notwithstanding all that I had amassed
together; and of these, ink was one; as also a spade, pickaxe, and shovel, to dig or remove the earth; needles, pins, and thread; as for linen, I soon learned to want that without much difficulty.
His studies are very desultory and eccentric, but he has amassed
a lot of out-of-the way knowledge which would astonish his professors.