Of these the first is that they could never use words or other signs arranged
in such a manner as is competent to us in order to declare our thoughts to others: for we may easily conceive a machine to be so constructed that it emits vocables, and even that it emits some correspondent to the action upon it of external objects which cause a change in its organs; for example, if touched in a particular place it may demand what we wish to say to it; if in another it may cry out that it is hurt, and such like; but not that it should arrange them variously so as appositely to reply to what is said in its presence, as men of the lowest grade of intellect can do.
The maneuver was so arranged
that the young men met in an open space which was left vacant, between the group of players and the gallery, where they walked, stopping now and then for the purpose of saying a few words to some of the graver courtiers who were walking there.
that Davenport should take Oolanga round the neighbourhood for a walk, stopping at each of the places which he designated.
Besides a sufficient stock of pure brandy, he arranged
two water-tanks, each of which contained twenty-two gallons.
The Conservative candidate had announced his intention of addressing a meeting at Blackstable; and Josiah Graves, having arranged
that it should take place in the Mission Hall, went to Mr.
Anna Pavlovna arranged
a group round him, inviting everyone to listen to his tale.
Would monsieur be so very kind as to arrange to have a friend meet Monsieur Flaubert at as early an hour as convenient, that the details might be arranged
to the mutual satisfaction of all concerned?
In any case, I had arranged
that a week's notice on either side should be enough.
Hearing from his foreign correspondents of two women who had made successful first appearances, one at Milan and one at Florence, he had arranged
to visit those cities, and to judge of the merits of the dancers for himself, before he joined the bride and bridegroom.
He ordered at the same time that all the Apes be arranged
in a long row on his right hand and on his left, and that a throne be placed for him, as was the custom among men.
In the Alexandrian Age these poems were arranged
in chronological order, apparently by Zenodotus of Ephesus, at the beginning of the 3rd century B.
Helped by the kindness of my friend, I have arranged
to have a cabin kept in reserve, on payment of a small deposit.