This will be a great gain - a gain, in fact
, of incalculable value.
Jackson had been instantly struck by the fact
that Madame Olenska's differences with her grandmother and her other relations were not known to him, and that the old gentleman had drawn his own conclusions as to the reasons for Archer's exclusion from the family councils.
His decision was strengthened by the fact
that Nastasia Philipovna had curiously altered of late.
The very fact
that the white boy is conscious that, if he fails in life, he will disgrace the whole family record, extending back through many generations, is of tremendous value in helping him to resist temptations.
I did not see him after he ceased to read Dante with me, and in fact
I was instructed by the suspicions of my Italian friends to be careful how I consorted with a priest, who might very well be an Austrian spy.
The scientist reasons inductively from the facts
He hears the commendation, not of himself, but, more sweet, of that character he seeks, in every word that is said concerning character, yea further in every fact
and circumstance,--in the running river and the rustling corn.
There is obviously an observable fact
called "knowing" such-and-such a thing; examinations are experiments for discovering such facts
She was so capable, so cheerful in spite of the fact
that she was having a hard time.
The speaker's obstinate carriage, square coat, square legs, square shoulders, - nay, his very neckcloth, trained to take him by the throat with an unaccommodating grasp, like a stubborn fact
, as it was, - all helped the emphasis.
The lawyers and the judges were very much struck, among other things, by the fact
that he had hidden the trinkets and the purse under a stone, without making use of them, and that, what was more, he did not now remember what the trinkets were like, or even how many there were.
If I were writing a novel, rather than narrating such facts
as I know of a curious personality, I should have invented much to account for this change of heart.