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A sad day I passed, between the desire of regaining my liberty of action and of abandoning the wonderful Nautilus, and leaving my submarine studies incomplete.
I told some of you last Thursday of the principles of the Time Machine, and showed you the actual thing itself, incomplete in the workshop.
It was that paper you read this morning; read it again, Dantes, and then I will complete for you the incomplete words and unconnected sense.
The history of the province (and, of course, the history of our chair) would be incomplete without particular mention of it.
Without them, in our incomplete state, there would be no advance towards civilisation.
In one or two cases I have known that detachment from the grosser needs of existence remain regrettably incomplete in the matter of drink.
What has been left incomplete now, shall be finished another day.
Nothing was heard but the deep though affectionate tones of the reader, as he went slowly through this exordium; until, something unfortunately striking the mind of Richard as incomplete, he left his place and walked on tiptoe from the room.
Stuart's party afforded, with the requisite munitions and equipments for a "two years' hunt;" but as their fitting out was yet incomplete, they resolved to wait in this neighborhood until Mr.
But rather such incomplete designs of this life will be perfected nowhere.
A collection of my trifling achievements would certainly be incomplete which contained no account of this very singular business.
I have no notion what you are talking about," said Dr Hood rather haughtily; "my facts are all inevitable, though necessarily incomplete.