It had innumerable branches--a perfect spider web beneath the city; Jurgis walked over half a mile with his gang to the place
where they were to work.
As fur as I am concerned any one's welcome to my place
I cried involuntarily, as the song ended amid multitudinous applause; and I thus attracted the attention of another who sat near me as lonely as myself, but evidently quite at home in the place
Ralph de Vipont, a knight of St John of Jerusalem, who had some ancient possessions at a place
called Heather, near Ashby-de-la-Zouche, occupied the fifth pavilion.
The first place
to be met with in travelling along the coast of Africa is Rondelo, situate over against Toro, and celebrated for the same miraculous passage.
The truth of this is sufficiently manifest from the single circumstance, that the philosophers of the schools accept as a maxim that there is nothing in the understanding which was not previously in the senses, in which however it is certain that the ideas of God and of the soul have never been; and it appears to me that they who make use of their imagination to comprehend these ideas do exactly the some thing as if, in order to hear sounds or smell odors, they strove to avail themselves of their eyes; unless indeed that there is this difference, that the sense of sight does not afford us an inferior assurance to those of smell or hearing; in place
of which, neither our imagination nor our senses can give us assurance of anything unless our understanding intervene.
I had noticed that he always advanced with his dim torch to where he could place
the food within my reach and as he stooped to place
it upon the floor his head was about on a level with my breast.
Having acquitted themselves of their errand, and exchanged a hearty shake of the hand with Edmond, Danglars and Caderousse took their places
beside Fernand and old Dantes, -- the latter of whom attracted universal notice.
But the different forms of motion have their own contraries in other forms; thus destruction is the contrary of generation, diminution of increase, rest in a place
, of change of place
D'Artagnan, as we have said, perceived a hole in that place
and in this hole the steps of a winding staircase.
Four of the best canoes were accordingly selected for the experiment, and were transported to the place
on the shoulders of sixteen of the men.
Salton and Sir Nathaniel noticed that the young man did not come to claim his appointed place
at the dais table; but they understood and made no remark, or indeed did not seem to notice his absence.