no--that is a species of sentimental knowledge," returned Julia; "it only dwells on the loftier parts of the character, and never descends
to the minute knowledge which makes us suffer so much in each other's estimation: it leaves all these to be filled by the--by the--by the--what shall I call it?
Things were bound to happen so, for persons of her type who have once entered upon that road descend
it with ever-increasing rapidity, even as a sledge descends
Every passion has, like the sea, its tide which ascends and descends
It is only when he descends
from the clouds to pounce upon carrion that he betrays his low propensities, and reveals his caitiff character.
Here it is that this creature takes his daily seat, cross-legged with his tiny stock of matches on his lap, and as he is a piteous spectacle a small rain of charity descends
into the greasy leather cap which lies upon the pavement beside him.
and finds the two 'prentices intently contemplating a police constable, who holds a ragged boy by the arm.
At this point of inflation, it is in exact equilibrium with the air, and neither mounts nor descends
As I daresay you know," went on Sir Henry, "if a man dies intestate, and has no property but land, real property it is called in England, it all descends
to his eldest son.
Granted; but will not any one who descends
guess that a paper must be important for which we risk a man's life?
Whereas Porthos would have every class keep its place, and though fond of going down into the kitchen, always barks at the top of the stairs for a servile invitation before he graciously descends
Their cities stretched from a great sea under the rising sun to a great sea into which the sun descends
at night to cool his flaming brow.
The skilled and seasoned drinker, with a strong constitution, never descends
to anything like that.