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On the contrary, the most obvious, striking reality they accepted with fantastic stupidity and even at that time were accustomed to respect success.
Of late Philip had been captivated by an idea that since one had only one life it was important to make a success of it, but he did not count success by the acquiring of money or the achieving of fame; he did not quite know yet what he meant by it, perhaps variety of experience and the making the most of his abilities.
Appear to listen intently to what I say, and occasionally mumble something as though replying in the same language--our escape may hinge upon the success of your efforts.
The morbid fears superinduced by the shock following the sudden demise of the first creature of his experiments had given place to a growing desire to further prosecute his labors until enduring success had crowned his efforts with an achievement which he might exhibit with pride to the scientific world.
Wiki-Wiki," published in WARREN'S MONTHLY, was an instantaneous success.
Time and success have been good friends to both of us.
When this new book of Gaelic poetry came out, it again was a great success.
The personal column was well looked after by Miss Sara Stanley and the story page has been a marked success under the able management of Mr.
All my little success in life has been gained in the pulpit.
Anne fairly hugged herself with delight over the success of her idea.
Their reply once ascertained, they could then discuss the mechanical means, and nothing should be wanting to ensure the success of this great experiment.
Our youth, now, emboldened with his success, resolved to push the matter farther, and ventured even to beg her recommendation of him to her father's service; protesting that he thought him one of the honestest fellows in the country, and extremely well qualified for the place of a gamekeeper, which luckily then happened to be vacant.