The historian evidently decomposes Alexander's power into the components
: Talleyrand, Chateaubriand, and the rest- but the sum of the components
, that is, the interactions of Chateaubriand, Talleyrand, Madame de Stael, and the others, evidently does not equal the resultant, namely the phenomenon of millions of Frenchmen submitting to the Bourbons.
On the other side, the component
parts of the State governments will in no instance be indebted for their appointment to the direct agency of the federal government, and very little, if at all, to the local influence of its members.
For this definition it is necessary first of all to consider the derivation of the objective reference of a proposition from the meanings of its component
words or images.
There is no need for me to say whether my own opinion does or does not sanction the disclosure of the remarkable family story, of which my narrative forms an important component
The good effect of this politic course was demonstrated by the speedy arrive of a small pewter pyramid, curously constructed of platters and covers, whereof the boiled-beef-plates formed the base, and a foaming quart-pot the apex; the structure being resolved into its component
parts afforded all things requisite and necessary for a hearty meal, to which Mr Swiveller and his friend applied themselves with great keenness and enjoyment.
The process to which he subjected the specific differed, however, greatly from the ordinary rules of chemistry; for instead of separating he afterward united the component
parts of Mohegan’s remedy, and was thus able to discover the tree whence the Indian had taken it.
And by separating there three series into their component
parts, we shall find in the three eldest sisters, Hindoo architecture, Egyptian architecture, Romanesque architecture, the same symbol; that is to say, theocracy, caste, unity, dogma, myth, God: and for the three younger sisters, Phoenician architecture, Greek architecture, Gothic architecture, whatever, nevertheless, may be the diversity of form inherent in their nature, the same signification also; that is to say, liberty, the people, man.
For anything we know to the contrary, the visible universe may be a small part of an atom, with its component
ions, floating in the life- fluid (luminiferous ether) of some animal.
'Then, on any article being handed to her, for instance, a pencil, or a watch, she would select the component
letters, and arrange them on her board, and read them with apparent pleasure.
But, she had scarcely thought more of separating them into units, than of separating the sea itself into its component
Pickwick, and making his way through the crowd by the infallible process of elbowing the countenances of its component
The white light strikes against it, and, with one exception, all its component
colors--violet, indigo, green, yellow, orange, and red--are absorbed.