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from the moment when individual property can no longer be transformed into bourgeois property, into capital, from that moment, you say individuality vanishes.
Don't dare to believe in God, don't dare to possess any individuality, any property
In an indifferent case we recognize in it more individuality, originality, and independence.
But with Ralph, she had very little of this maternal feeling, and, in consequence, a much keener sense of her own individuality.
How indeed, could she conceive anything far outside her own experience, a woman with a commonplace face like hers, a little round red face, upon which trivial duties and trivial spites had drawn lines, whose weak blue eyes saw without intensity or individuality, whose features were blurred, insensitive, and callous?
Never had Kro-lu and Galu had friendly relations; by the savage laws of Caspak they were deadly enemies, for only so can the several races maintain their individuality.
He had taken off his glasses and their absence revealed a face of strong individuality.
Later on, when each developed individuality and became personally conscious of impulsions and desires, the attraction of the light increased.
I was conscious only of following my fancies as a butterfly, and was unconscious of my individuality as a man.
By this time all the Queen's scholars had gravitated into their own places in the ranks and the various classes had assumed distinct and settled shadings of individuality.
I have heard you say that it is difficult for a man to have any object in daily use without leaving the impress of his individuality upon it in such a way that a trained observer might read it.
The only things that held their own individuality were the firs--for the fir is the tree of mystery and shadow, and yields never to the encroachments of crude radiance.