In the case of the parts of a number, there is no common boundary at which they join.
Moreover, it is a discrete quantity for its parts have no common boundary.
Here are two capital tragic parts for Yates and Crawford, and here is the rhyming Butler for me, if nobody else wants it; a trifling part, but the sort of thing I should not dislike, and, as I said before, I am determined to take anything and do my best.
The storm through Baron Wildenheim was the height of his theatrical ambition; and with the advantage of knowing half the scenes by heart already, he did now, with the greatest alacrity, offer his services for the part.
It is suggested there cannot be the same life, the same brightness and beauty, in relating the penitent part as is in the criminal part.
The first part of her lewd life with the young gentleman at Colchester has so many happy turns given it to expose the crime, and warn all whose circumstances are adapted to it, of the ruinous end of such things, and the foolish, thoughtless, and abhorred conduct of both the parties, that it abundantly atones for all the lively description she gives of her folly and wickedness.
Tragedy, then, is an imitation of an action that is serious, complete, and of a certain magnitude; in language embellished with each kind of artistic ornament, the several kinds being found in separate parts
of the play; in the form of action, not of narrative; through pity and fear effecting the proper purgation of these emotions.
A lady whose age was unknown, and whose personal appearance was stout -- but whose heart was in the right place -- volunteered to act the part
of the sentimental "Julia," and brought with her the dramatic qualification of habitually wearing a wig in private life.
Indirectly, as already remarked, they seem to play an important part
in affecting the reproductive system, and in thus inducing variability; and natural selection will then accumulate all profitable variations, however slight, until they become plainly developed and appreciable by us.
In this part
of the valley, the mountains on each side were from 3000 to 6000 or 8000 feet high, with rounded outlines and steep bare flanks.
The Delian part
is exclusively Ionian and insular both in style and sympathy; Delos and no other is Apollo's chosen seat: but the second part
is as definitely continental; Delos is ignored and Delphi alone is the important centre of Apollo's worship.
In the later part
of the Middle Ages, also, there were the secular pageants, spectacular displays (rather different from those of the twentieth century) given on such occasions as when a king or other person of high rank made formal entry into a town.