And that to which an end is appointed has also an excellence?
And the same is true of all other things; they have each of them an end and a special excellence?
Well, and can the eyes fulfil their end if they are wanting in their own proper excellence and have a defect instead?
I might say the same of the ears; when deprived of their own proper excellence they cannot fulfil their end?
Well; and has not the soul an end which nothing else can fulfil?
"Betteredge," I said, "is there any hint to guide me at the end of the letter?"
"If you take my advice you will keep the letter in the cover till these present anxieties of yours have come to an end. It will sorely distress you, whenever you read it.
He put all the sausages into the end of the machine that they had issued from, and turned the handle backward, and then out came the dog at the other end!
This was because his memory is so bad that he often forgets whether it is your head or your feet you should stand on, and he usually begins the day by standing on the end that happens to get out of bed first.
There was a quiet dignity about Joey at the end, which showed that he might have risen to high distinction but for his fatal passion.
later, the county side were still in with a good shout at only three shots adrift at 91-88 but Durham sealed with win with 60 shots against 46.
The Banbury standard rotor end
plates are of a single piece construction (figure 5).