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suppose this weapon to be six times stronger and the animal ten times more powerful; launch it at the rate of twenty miles an hour, and you obtain a shock capable of producing the catastrophe required.
Well, then, madame, I will tell you frankly that I do not understand the life I am required to lead.
Though he was a stranger, occupying another's pulpit, he had felt this to be his duty, and took for his text the words from St Luke: "Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of thee
For many years the black had been in charge of the refitting of captured battleships that they might navigate Omean, and so was familiar with the construction of the propellers, housings, and the auxiliary gearing required.
As the world measures such things, I am a success--I dare to say a success more conspicuous than the success of the average successful man, and a success that required a pretty fair amount of brains and will power.
I required two, three, or four drinks to get an effect commensurate with the effect the average man got out of one drink.
The old 24-pounder shot required for its discharge sixteen pounds of powder.
Then there must be another class of citizens who will bring the required supply from another city?
Of him to whom less is given, less will be required, but our utmost exertions are required of us all.
But you are not required to abstain from the substantial dinner of to-day: you are only advised to partake of these coarser viands in such moderation as not to incapacitate you from enjoying the choicer banquet of to-morrow.
In all bargains, whether to fight or to marry, or concerning any other such business, little previous ceremony is required to bring the matter to an issue when both parties are really in earnest.
In the third place, even in the clearest cases of acquired habit, such as speaking, some instinct is required to set in motion the process of learning.