A physical law does not say "A will be followed by B," but tells us what acceleration a particle will have under given
Where have you been?' 'With Gretel.' 'What did you take her?' 'Took nothing; had something given
me.' 'What did Gretel give you?' 'Gave me a needle.'
If what is now said does not make this clear, we will explain it still further: if there should be any one, a very excellent player on the flute, but very deficient in family and beauty, though each of them are more valuable endowments than a skill in music, and excel this art in a higher degree than that player excels others, yet the best flutes ought to be given
to him; for the superiority [1283a] in beauty and fortune should have a reference to the business in hand; but these have none.
The poison was alleged to have been wickedly and feloniously given
by the prisoner to his wife Sara, on two occasions, in the form of arsenic, administered in tea, medicine, "or other article or articles of food or drink, to the prosecutor unknown." It was further declared that the prisoner's wife had died of the poison thus administered b y her husband, on one or other, or both, of the stated occasions; and that she was thus murdered by her husband.
This was uttered in English; the reason for which, as given
O my soul, I have given
thee new names and gay-coloured playthings, I have called thee "Fate" and "the Circuit of circuits" and "the Navel-string of time" and "the Azure bell."
Innumerable other examples could be given
. The explanation, I think, is simple: from long-continued study they are strongly impressed with the differences between the several races; and though they well know that each race varies slightly, for they win their prizes by selecting such slight differences, yet they ignore all general arguments, and refuse to sum up in their minds slight differences accumulated during many successive generations.
If this remark be just, it becomes useful to inquire whether so many JUST causes of war are likely to be given
by UNITED AMERICA as by DISUNITED America; for if it should turn out that United America will probably give the fewest, then it will follow that in this respect the Union tends most to preserve the people in a state of peace with other nations.
The captain received the same injunctions that had been given
to Captain Thorn of the Tonquin, of great caution and circumspection in his intercourse with the natives, and that he should not permit more than one or two to be on board at a time.
(Borodino) and cross by its three bridges, advancing to the same heights as Morand's and Gdrard's divisions (for whose movements no directions are given
), which under his leadership will be directed against the redoubt and come into line with the rest of the forces.
This Western observed, but, on seeing Mrs Honour, imputed it to a wrong cause; and having given
Jones a hearty curse between jest and earnest, he bid him beat abroad, and not poach up the game in his warren.
In the later part of the Middle Ages, also, there were the secular pageants, spectacular displays (rather different from those of the twentieth century) given
on such occasions as when a king or other person of high rank made formal entry into a town.