The creature is some sixteen feet in length, while its horn averages five feet, though some exceed ten, and even attain
to fifteen feet.
The first direct attempts of the proletariat to attain
its own ends, made in times of universal excitement, when feudal society was being overthrown, these attempts necessarily failed, owing to the then undeveloped state of the proletariat, as well as to the absence of the economic conditions for its emancipation, conditions that had yet to be produced, and could be produced by the impending bourgeois epoch alone.
Inspired by an ecstatic prescience of the glories beyond the grave, we struggle by multiform combinations among the things and thoughts of Time to attain
a portion of that Loveliness whose very elements perhaps appertain to eternity alone.
In moisture, however, it is otherwise; from December to May is the period of the rains, and during this time the river slowly rises until it attains
a height of nearly forty feet above its low-water mark.
The artisan only attains
excellence in proportion as he becomes a slave," and the slave is only a living instrument of the good life.
But every other part of knowledge is to be pushed to the same extravagance, ere the soul attains
her due sphericity.
It could not be otherwise; they were being condemned, with that wise recklessness of human life which marks the great general, and often saves his forces and attains
his ends, to certain slaughter, in order to give their cause and the remainder of the army a chance of success.
Thus, in order to indicate here only the principal details, while the little Red Door almost attains
to the limits of the Gothic delicacy of the fifteenth century, the pillars of the nave, by their size and weight, go back to the Carlovingian Abbey of Saint-Germain des Prés.
Those who have spent lifetimes hunting the big game of Africa will tell you that scarcely any other creature in the world attains
the speed of a charging lion.
its most malevolent development in this century,
Yet he who reigns within himself, and rules Passions, desires, and fears, is more a king-- Which every wise and virtuous man attains
; And who attains
not, ill aspires to rule Cities of men, or headstrong multitudes, Subject himself to anarchy within, Or lawless passions in him, which he serves.
Thus it is, that it often attains
its most luxuriant growth in separation and under circumstances of the utmost difficulty; and thus it was, that Nicholas, thinking of nothing but the unknown young lady, from day to day and from hour to hour, began, at last, to think that he was very desperately in love with her, and that never was such an ill-used and persecuted lover as he.