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A head will be more accurately defined as the correlative of that which is 'headed', than as that of an animal, for the animal does not have a head qua animal, since many animals have no head.
He here closed the book and leaned forward in the chair, placing himself accurately in the position which I had occupied at the moment of beholding "the monster.
Even to this day I can recall accurately the tortures that I underwent when putting on one of these garments.
We cannot accurately estimate his genius in Austria or Prussia, for we have to draw our information from French or German sources, and the incomprehensible surrender of whole corps without fighting and of fortresses without a siege must incline Germans to recognize his genius as the only explanation of the war carried on in Germany.
At any rate, a pale-faced young man with sad eyes was already on his feet, delivering an accurately worded speech with perfect composure.
Why, as I understand it, who am no navigator, the variation was not so definitely and accurately known in those days as now.
The girl thought the arrogance and granite-heartedness of the magnate of the play was very accurately drawn.
You, sir," - turning to the superior animal - "are, as he has accurately observed, a rabbit.
revelations, later writers reverently and accurately copy whatever
At length, on the 22d of September, less than a twelvemonth after Barbicane's original proposition, the enormous weapon, accurately bored, and exactly vertically pointed, was ready for work.
In reality, it lies in desiring another to kiss your a-- for having just before threatened to kick his; for I have observed very accurately, that no one ever desires you to kick that which belongs to himself, nor offers to kiss this part in another.
That is to say if we suppose that A is the event remembered, B the remembering, and t the interval of time between A and B, there must be some characteristic of B which is capable of degrees, and which, in accurately dated memories, varies as t varies.