"Whatever the law might do with the marriage in the lifetime of both the parties to it -- on the death of either one of them, no application
made by the survivor would avail; and, as to the case of that survivor, the marriage would remain valid.
The artist prefers a hilly country because it is picturesque; the engineer a flat one because it is convenient; the man of pleasure likes what he calls "a fine woman"--she suits him; the fashionable young gentleman admires the fashionable young lady--she is of his kind; the toil-worn, fagged, probably irritable tutor, blind almost to beauty, insensible to airs and graces, glories chiefly in certain mental qualities: application
, love of knowledge, natural capacity, docility, truthfulness, gratefulness, are the charms that attract his notice and win his regard.
"Yes--careful against mental agitation of all kinds, and against excessive application
It was an elaborate bath, proceeding through many rooms, and combining many postures and applications
. He steamed.
Unless I had been animated by an almost supernatural enthusiasm, my application
to this study would have been irksome and almost intolerable.
Therefore, though I am but ill qualified for a pioneer, in the application
of these two semi-sciences to the whale, I will do my endeavor.
Metaphor is the application
of an alien name by transference either from genus to species, or from species to genus, or from species to species, or by analogy, that is, proportion Thus from genus to species, as: 'There lies my ship'; for lying at anchor is a species of lying.
But it seems unlikely that man should be able to adjust that which the law cannot determine; it may be replied, that the law having laid down the best rules possible, leaves the adjustment and application
of particulars to the discretion of the magistrate; besides, it allows anything to be altered which experience proves may be better established.
Like all others who were in quest of a better telegraph instrument, Gray had glimmerings of the possibility of sending speech by wire, and by one of the strangest of coincidences he filed a caveat on the subject on the SAME DAY that Bell filed the application for a patent.
There was a vast difference between Gray's caveat and Bell's application. A caveat is a declaration that the writer has NOT invented a thing, but believes that he is about to do so; while an APPLICATION is a declaration that the writer has already perfected the invention.
Already, applications have been received from parties in Europe wishing to join the Excursion there.
Applications for passage must be approved by the committee before tickets are issued, and can be made to the undersigned.