I now reiterate these sentiments; and, in doing so, I only press upon the public attention the most conclusive evidence of which the case is susceptible, that the property, peace, and security of no section
are to be in any wise endangered by the now incoming administration.
In this section
of Kaol we are all armed with a long sith spear, whose point is smeared with the poison of the creature it is intended to kill; no other virus acts so quickly upon the beast as its own.
The "first conjoint" examination consisted of biology, anatomy, and chemistry; but it could be taken in sections
, and most fellows took their biology three months after entering the school.
This gentleman was rich, held a good position, was a great talker, and had the reputation of being "one of the dissatisfied," though not belonging to the dangerous sections
of that class.
of it have been cleared, for this is the seat of the first iron-works of the country, and the trees have been felled to smelt the ore.
So the airship could be made either heavier or lighter than air, and losses of weight through the consumption of fuel, the casting of bombs and so forth, could also be compensated by admitting air to sections
of the general gas-bag.
The more I consider the subject, the more strongly I am convinced that the most harmful effect of the practice to which the people in certain sections
of the South have felt themselves compelled to resort, in order to get rid of the force of the Negroes' ballot, is not wholly in the wrong done to the Negro, but in the permanent injury to the morals of the white man.
I've planned out my life in sections
ever since I was a child, to make it last longer.
The heat had changed just so far that instead of sitting in the shadow they sat in the sun, which was still hot enough to paint their faces red and yellow, and to colour great sections
of the earth beneath them.
I divided the forces into divisions, regiments, battalions, companies, and even to platoons and sections
, appointing the full complement of officers and noncommissioned officers.
The move elicited a ripple of applause from those sections
of seats reserved for the common warriors and their women, showing perhaps that U-Dor was none too popular with these, and, too, it had its effect upon the morale of Gahan's pieces.
There may be fighting for one of these sections
," he said, "and troops cannot be embarrassed by civilian noncombatants during action.