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She sat silent, her heart so full of grateful joy that she could hardly remember the words of her dialogue.
There is not much in the other Dialogues which can be compared with the Apology.
but gentlemanly) badinage to creep into your end of the dialogue.
The dripping-pan, where crackled a rain of grease, filled with its continual sputtering the intervals of these thousand dialogues, which intermingled from one end of the apartment to the other.
Young Ladislaw the grandson of a thieving Jew pawnbroker" was a phrase which had entered emphatically into the dialogues about the Bulstrode business, at Lowick, Tipton, and Freshitt, and was a worse kind of placard on poor Will's back than the "Italian with white mice.
Du Bruel was a plodder; at the office he read the newest books, extracted their wit, and laid it by for use in his dialogues.
Dialogues, choruses and recitations followed each other in rapid succession.
To the doctrine that virtue is knowledge, Plato has been constantly tending in the previous Dialogues.
Newman hastened, with joyful steps, to inform Mrs Kenwigs of his friend's acquiescence, and soon returning, brought back word that they would be happy to see him in the first floor as soon as convenient; that Mrs Kenwigs had, upon the instant, sent out to secure a second-hand French grammar and dialogues, which had long been fluttering in the sixpenny box at the bookstall round the corner; and that the family, highly excited at the prospect of this addition to their gentility, wished the initiatory lesson to come off immediately.
His Dialogues, which contain what was immortal in him, lie on the next shelf, and yet I never read them.
The Republic is the centre around which the other Dialogues may be grouped; here philosophy reaches the highest point to which ancient thinkers ever attained.
Weeks afterwards, in the midst of other occupations, he would suddenly cry out, "Brute--you brute, I couldn't have--" and be rent into two people who held dialogues.