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My volition shrinks from the painful task of recalling my humiliation; yet, like a second Prometheus, I will endure this and worse, if by any means I may arouse in the interiors of Plane and Solid Humanity a spirit of rebellion against the Conceit which would limit our Dimensions to Two or Three or any number short of Infinity.
Here she paused and looked about, and then as though satisfied that she had at last reached the place she sought, she pushed bravely into the interior of the vile den.
I wished to explore the interior of this one remaining monument of civilization now dead beyond recall.
He had begun life as surgeon in the Navy, and afterwards had been the companion of a famous traveller, in the days when there were continents with unexplored interiors.
Not even the mule and ox-cart drivers, whom they would hire to take them into the wilds of the interior would be told of the real object of the search.
Can it be, though, that they anoint it with a view of making its interior run well, as they anoint machinery?
And if you are not crushed by such a pressure, it is because the air penetrates the interior of your body with equal pressure.
A considerable portion of India is still free from British authority; and there are certain ferocious rajahs in the interior who are absolutely independent.
The interior was so unevenly graded that it caused people to stumble.
You need, as much as we do, that interior condition of repose which, thanks to the energy of our government, we are about to attain.
They removed their emporium from Astoria to Fort Vancouver, a strong post on the left bank of the Columbia River, about sixty miles from its mouth; whence they furnished their interior posts, and sent forth their brigades of trappers.
It was not, then, till after standing several minutes on the shore that D'Artagnan saw upon the port, but more particularly in the interior of the isle, an immense number of workmen in motion.