The four railways from Philadelphia and Washington, Harrisburg and Wheeling, which converge at Baltimore, whirled away the heterogeneous
population to the four corners of the United States, and the city subsided into comparative tranquility.
Astor, whose property he considers at the mercy of a most heterogeneous
and wasteful crew.
The room was filled with specimens of the strange beings that inhabit this underworld; a heterogeneous
collection of hybrids--the offspring of the prisoners from the outside world; red and green Martians and the white race of therns.
As I examined the heterogeneous
collection of odds and ends that is always to be found in the pocket-pouch of a Martian warrior my hand fell upon the emblazoned radium flash torch of the black dator.
She had seen the arrival of the caravan of books and arms, and ammunition, and the balance of the heterogeneous
collection which I had crammed into the cabin of the iron mole for trans-portation to Pellucidar.
Life,' he says, 'is a definite combination of heterogeneous
changes, both simultaneous and successive, in correspondence with external coexistences and sequences.
Cautioning her, in these terms, not to trip over a heterogeneous
litter of pastry-cook's trays, lamps, waiters full of glasses, and piles of rout seats which were strewn about the hall, plainly bespeaking a late party on the previous night, the man led the way to the second story, and ushered Kate into a back-room, communicating by folding-doors with the apartment in which she had first seen the mistress of the establishment.
Having so held and waved the candle as that all these heterogeneous
objects seemed to come forward obediently when they were named, and then retire again, Mr Venus despondently repeats, 'Oh dear me, dear me
Such was the wild and heterogeneous
assemblage, amounting to several hundred men, civilized and savage, distributed in tents and lodges in the several camps.
The preacher who can touch and affect such an heterogeneous
mass of hearers, on subjects limited, and long worn threadbare in all common hands; who can say anything new or striking, anything that rouses the attention without offending the taste, or wearing out the feelings of his hearers, is a man whom one could not, in his public capacity, honour enough.
But in a second these heterogeneous
elements were all united by the voice of Mr.
He found no other opening in the stone walls, but his search revealed a heterogeneous
collection of odds and ends of arms and apparel, of harness and ornaments and insignia, and sleeping silks and furs in great quantities.