The beginning of the most materialistic age in the history of the world, when wars would be fought without patrio- tism, when men would forget God and only pay attention to moral standards, when the will to power would replace the will to serve and beauty would be well-nigh forgotten in the terrible headlong rush of mankind toward the acquiring of possessions
, was telling its story to Jesse the man of God as it was to the men about him.
He told them of the strenuous attempt of the girl's savage mate to rescue her, and suggested that the sooner they got her out of the country the more likely they were to retain possession
that the new landlord gave them their choice of any of the rooms in the house, without the least augmentation of rent, upon condition of their giving instant possession
of the two small chambers they at present inhabited.
For 'Socrates has sight' is the opposite of 'Socrates is blind' in the sense of the word 'opposite' which applies to possession
Morris immediately; that he is to take possession
before Michaelmas, and some of his servants are to be in the house by the end of next week.
On the banks of the Hudson River was a colony of Dutch, who had taken possession
of that region many years before, and called it New Netherlands.
The expedition for the occupation of the Marquesas had sailed from Brest in the spring of 1842, and the secret of its destination was solely in the possession
of its commander.
Effingham's personal property; all, or nearly all, of which was put into the possession
of Temple, who was the only ostensible proprietor in the concern, while, in secret, the other was entitled to an equal participation in the profits.
of this million, which was to be torn, as it were, from the loyalty and not the royalism of General Monk.
Astor would be able to put his plans into operation; and, that key to the internal trade once in their possession
, the whole country would be at their command.
This would make it easier for the Belgian to obtain possession
It is all a question of varying degree of possession
of the other-personality.