Before Shrewsbury, and at Shrewsbury, and ever since Shrewsbury," pursued Carton, "you have fallen into your rank
, and I have fallen into mine.
Now the fire began to burn fiercely, and the regiment filed in and took its place in ranks
The tumult was presently increased by the advance of the second rank
on either side, which, acting as a reserve, now rushed on to aid their companions.
Leisure and pleasure drift along, Beggar and marquis join the throng, And care, humility, rank
, and pride In the sight of the flowers are laid aside.
Indiscriminately let those take their places, of whatever rank
they come, who possess the kingly gifts to lead armies or to sway a people--Nature's generals, her lawgivers, her kings, and with them also the deep philosophers who think the thought in one generation that is to revolutionize society in the next.
By this means he says he shall necessarily have an equal number of each rank
, but he is mistaken--for the majority will always consist of those of the first rank
, and the most considerable people; and for this reason, that many of the commonalty not being obliged to it, will not attend the elections.
Dolokhov has been degraded to the ranks
and Bezukhov's son sent back to Moscow.
They were down wind from Tarzan, and so their scent was not carried to him, and as his back was turned half toward them he did not see their cautious advance over the edge of the promontory and down through the rank
grass toward the sandy beach where he lay.
If I had been a young lady in your own rank
of life," she went on, "I might have thanked you for paying me a compliment, and have given you a serious answer.
Then came two-score more archers, ten more men-at-arms, and finally a rear guard of twenty bowmen, with big John towering in the front rank
and the veteran Aylward marching by the side, his battered harness and faded surcoat in strange contrast with the snow-white jupons and shining brigandines of his companions.
Moreover, as Gartner during several years repeatedly crossed the primrose and cowslip, which we have such good reason to believe to be varieties, and only once or twice succeeded in getting fertile seed; as he found the common red and blue pimpernels (Anagallis arvensis and coerulea), which the best botanists rank
as varieties, absolutely sterile together; and as he came to the same conclusion in several other analogous cases; it seems to me that we may well be permitted to doubt whether many other species are really so sterile, when intercrossed, as Gartner believes.
A true knowledge of the world is gained only by conversation, and the manners of every rank
must be seen in order to be known.