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The cave in which Ulysses hid his treasure is, as I have already said, identifiable with singular completeness.
An observer with anything of an eye for national types would have had no difficulty in determining the local origin of this undeveloped connoisseur, and indeed such an observer might have felt a certain humorous relish of the almost ideal completeness with which he filled out the national mould.
Thus ever does the gross fatality of earth exult in its invariable triumph over the immortal essence which, in this dim sphere of half development, demands the completeness of a higher state.
And even he won't be able to see it in its completeness except on his death-bed.
It was rather that he relished, with a quizzical amusement, the completeness of their mutual comprehension.
We may wonder whether at the acme and summit of the human progress these anachronisms will be corrected by a finer intuition, a close interaction of the social machinery than that which now jolts us round and along; but such completeness is not to be prophesied, or even conceived as possible.
But it was not until Eddy's letter came that she realized the completeness of the change.
The silent organisation which held his little world together was determined to put itself on record as never for a moment having questioned the propriety of Madame Olenska's conduct, or the completeness of Archer's domestic felicity.
Elmo topped the grand white pyramid and gave the picture symmetry, emphasis and completeness.
I know better than to claim any completeness for my picture.
It is very difficult for events to be reflected in their real strength and completeness amid the conditions of court life and far from the scene of action.
It was not the convention of the meeting to say good-bye, or necessarily even to nod to the person with whom one was talking; but, nevertheless, Denham was disappointed by the completeness with which Katharine parted from him, without any attempt to finish her sentence.