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From the whole extent of the invisible vale came a multitudinous intonation; it forced upon their fancy that a great city lay below them, and that the murmur was the vociferation of its populace.
Here, along the lines of multitudinous houses, up one street and down another, he wondered which of them might be occupied by her.
They went into the multitudinous divisions of the government, took service in the colonial possessions, and by tens of thousands went into the various secret services.
Multitudinous as those documents were, they appeared to be not sufficiently numerous to satisfy Mr.
Then do you now model the form of a multitudinous, many-headed monster, having a ring of heads of all manner of beasts, tame and wild, which he is able to generate and metamorphose at will.
And now, to him who maintains that it is profitable for the human creature to be unjust, and unprofitable to be just, let us reply that, if he be right, it is profitable for this creature to feast the multitudinous monster and strengthen the lion and the lion-like qualities, but to starve and weaken the man, who is consequently liable to be dragged about at the mercy of either of the other two; and he is not to attempt to familiarize or harmonize them with one another-- he ought rather to suffer them to fight and bite and devour one another.
Dimmesdale's outcry, and interpreted it, with its multitudinous echoes and reverberations, as the clamour of the fiends and night-hags, with whom she was well known to make excursions in the forest.
We got away pretty early in the morning, after a hot breakfast, and went bowling over a hard, smooth road, through the summer loveliness of Switzerland, with near and distant lakes and mountains before and about us for the entertainment of the eye, and the music of multitudinous birds to charm the ear.
Once ashore he kept out of sight of the two-story atrocity that bore the legend "Hotel" to lure unsuspecting wayfarers to its multitudinous discomforts.
They were all stalking seaward, as if to intercept the escape of the multitudinous vessels that were crowded between Foulness and the Naze.
With multitudinous participation by students and citizens, the festival brought together students from the primary to university levels to exhibit their scientific projects.
Because it is a prolonged and multitudinous pastoral activity; and in order to avoid dehydration and sunstroke as a result of the high temperatures that are registered until time of day in the capital, approximately 25 C, the Ministry of Health (Minsa), recommended to the attendees the consumption of abundant water for stay hydrated throughout the day.