I can do it, for I have May Chester as a model, and I'll improve
There is at this time a Parian philosopher residing in Athens, of whom I have heard; and I came to hear of him in this way:--I came across a man who has spent a world of money on the Sophists, Callias, the son of Hipponicus, and knowing that he had sons, I asked him: 'Callias,' I said, 'if your two sons were foals or calves, there would be no difficulty in finding some one to put over them; we should hire a trainer of horses, or a farmer probably, who would improve
and perfect them in their own proper virtue and excellence; but as they are human beings, whom are you thinking of placing over them?
Savages now sometimes cross their dogs with wild canine animals, to improve
the breed, and they formerly did so, as is attested by passages in Pliny.
Neville is exceedingly industrious and attentive, and that he improves
apace, and that he has--I hope I may say--an attachment to me.
When the horses were swollen out to about twice their natural dimensions (there seems to be an idea here, that this kind of inflation improves
their going), we went forward again, through mud and mire, and damp, and festering heat, and brake and bush, attended always by the music of the frogs and pigs, until nearly noon, when we halted at a place called Belleville.
It brightens the eye, improves
the voice, imparts a new vivacity to one's thoughts and conversation: you should try it, Ned.
We are all quite well, and Fanny improves
Let us improve
our opportunities, then, before the evil days come.
His abilities in every respect improve
as much upon acquaintance as his manners and person.
Waldengarver smiled at me, as much as to say "a faithful dependent - I overlook his folly;" and then said aloud, "My view is a little classic and thoughtful for them here; but they will improve
, they will improve
I have always thought, that one of the most curious and valuable objects of antiquaries has been to trace the progress of society, by the efforts made in early ages to improve
the rudeness of their first expedients, until they either approach excellence, or, as is more frequently the case, are supplied by new and fundamental discoveries, which supersede both the earlier and ruder system, and the improvements which have been ingrafted upon it.
The Musgroves came back to receive their happy boys and girls from school, bringing with them Mrs Harville's little children, to improve
the noise of Uppercross, and lessen that of Lyme.