But what particular degree of frequency
may be absolutely necessary for the purpose, does not appear to be susceptible of any precise calculation, and must depend on a variety of circumstances with which it may be connected.
The loot of Zodanga would be magnificent, and I have often thought that had we an alliance with the people of Helium we could obtain sufficient assurance of sustenance to permit us to increase the size and frequency
of our hatchings, and thus become unquestionably supreme among the green men of all Barsoom.
Utterson became so used to the unvarying character of these reports, that he fell off little by little in the frequency
of his visits.
Bonacieux called a long time; but as such cries, on account of their frequency
, brought nobody in the Rue des Fossoyeurs, and as lately the mercer's house had a bad name, finding that nobody came, he went out continuing to call, his voice being heard fainter and fainter as he went in the direction of the Rue du Bac.
There are moments when I am glad to be alone--to grieve and repine without any one to share my sorrow: and those moments are beginning to come upon me with ever-increasing frequency
When he did come he remembered Hetty well, and remembered his own joke addressed to her, quoting it many times to Adam, and observing with equal frequency
that he thought there was something more than common, because Hetty had not laughed when he joked her.
To verify the supposition, let us observe if the 8 be seen often in couples - for e is doubled with great frequency
in English - in such words, for example, as 'meet,' '.
Academies and minor edifices of learning meet the eye of the stranger at every few miles as be winds his way through this uneven territory, and places for the worship of God abound with that frequency
which characterize a moral and reflecting people, and with that variety of exterior and canonical government which flows from unfettered liberty of conscience.
Grant would have been in a greater danger of becoming worse in a more active and worldly profession, where he would have had less time and obligation-- where he might have escaped that knowledge of himself, the frequency
, at least, of that knowledge which it is impossible he should escape as he is now.
This course soon brought him to a fork of the Little Missouri, about a hundred yards wide, and resembling the great river of the same name in the strength of its current, its turbid water, and the frequency
of drift-wood and sunken trees.
Newman continued to see his friends the Tristrams with a good deal of frequency
, though if you had listened to Mrs.
The doctor could not refrain from frequently pressing his hand when he saw his worthy servant more considerate of his master's safety than of his own, and, in relation to the sinking of the island of the Biddiomahs, he explained to him the frequency
of this phenomenon upon Lake Tchad.