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Indeed this is self-evident: for if a man knows that some particular thing is relative, assuming that we call that a relative in the case of which relation to something is a necessary condition of existence, he knows that also to which it is related.
You have got something against my Natalie," he burst out; "I know it by your whispering, I see it in your looks
He was happy and satisfied to go on making his living in the advertising place until something happened.
And they did talk about something else; but her left hand was still enclosed in his, and he knew, without asking again, that all was well.
Don't you think there's something Louis Quinze about Tushkevitch?
Jarvis will bring you something to eat, then I'll take you round to your aunt's.
it wouldn't do; there was something repulsive in such thoughts at present; she must take something else; she was out of that mood at present.
The man, who had clearly been drinking, poured forth some abusive language, but he left off knocking the horses about, and taking the reins, got into his cart; meantime our friend had quietly taken a note-book from his pocket, and looking at the name and address painted on the cart, he wrote something down.
Indeed, there was something more than his usual expansiveness of bodily action in his appearance at that moment.
But there is something fine in the sudden passing away of these hearts from the extremity of struggle and stress and tremendous uproar - from the vast, unrestful rage of the surface to the profound peace of the depths, sleeping untroubled since the beginning of ages.
Well, my dear fellow, tomorrow we are off at last," said Prince Vasili one day, closing his eyes and fingering Pierre's elbow, speaking as if he were saying something which had long since been agreed upon and could not now be altered.
Is "consciousness" ultimate and simple, something to be merely accepted and contemplated?