By another statute, which passed a few years later in the same reign, the term "frequently," which had alluded to the triennial period settled in the time of Charles II, is reduced to a precise
meaning, it being expressly enacted that a new parliament shall be called within three years after the termination of the former.
At last, to complete a series of minor indiscretions, at a meeting of our Local Speculative Society held at the palace of the Prefect himself, -- some extremely silly person having read an elaborate paper exhibiting the precise
reasons why Providence has limited the number of Dimensions to Two, and why the attribute of omnividence is assigned to the Supreme alone -- I so far forgot myself as to give an exact account of the whole of my voyage with the Sphere into Space, and to the Assembly Hall in our Metropolis, and then to Space again, and of my return home, and of everything that I had seen and heard in fact or vision.
The true mode of interpretation is the precise
opposite of what Glaucon mentions.
I should have found for myself a form of activity in keeping with it, to be precise
, drinking to the health of everything "sublime and beautiful.
At the precise
time when Madame Danglars, dressed in black and concealed in a long veil, was ascending the stairs leading to Debray's apartments, -- notwithstanding the assurances of the concierge that the young man was not at home, -- Debray was occupied in repelling the insinuations of a friend, who tried to persuade him that after the terrible scene which had just taken place he ought, as a friend of the family, to marry Mademoiselle Danglars and her two millions.
But there is this difference in the Departure: that the term does not imply so much a sea event as a definite act entailing a process - the precise
observation of certain landmarks by means of the compass card.
Ferguson's expedition was to establish, in the most precise
manner, the facts and geographical surveys reported by Messrs.
A worried aide-de-camp ran up to the Rostovs requesting them to stand farther back, though as it was they were already close to the wall, and from the gallery resounded the distinct, precise
, enticingly rhythmical strains of a waltz.
To read one of his greater pastoral poems for the first time is like a day spent in a new country; the memory is crowded for a while with its precise
and vivid incidents:--
But if her conduct and appearance had already somewhat jarred upon their limited and precise
sense of the fitness of things, what were they to think of the next little act in this tableau vivant?
4) The geographical knowledge of a poem like the "Returns" is far wider and more precise
than that of the "Odyssey".
A note couched in precise
terms, containing special interrogatories, was then drawn up and addressed to the Observatory of Cambridge in Massachusetts.