of the proletariat will cause them to vanish still faster.
With the secret of artificial propagation once more in their hands their numbers would soon be made so to overrun the world of Pellucidar that there could be no hope for the eventual supremacy
of the human race, the cause for which I so devoutly hoped, for which I had consecrated my life, and for which I was not willing to give my life.
It is our own dear country and our one great rival across the Pacific who, in the years to come, must fight for the supremacy
of the world.
At the time of our visit, there were four chiefs in arms contending for supremacy
in the government: if one succeeded in becoming for a time very powerful, the others coalesced against him; but no sooner were they victorious, than they were again hostile to each other.
But the interest of the Romans in the island was centered on other things than writing, and the great bulk of the Britons themselves seem to have been only superficially affected by the Roman supremacy
At the same time, apart from her exalted position, she exercised over him the supremacy
a woman's earlier maturity gives her over a young man of her own age.
The fields, being rough and stony, and wholly unfit for the plough, were mostly devoted to the posturing of sheep and cattle; the soil was thin and poor: bits of grey rock here and there peeped out from the grassy hillocks; bilberry-plants and heather - relics of more savage wildness - grew under the walls; and in many of the enclosures, ragweeds and rushes usurped supremacy
over the scanty herbage; but these were not my property.
But it was then that the unexpected happened, the thing which projected their struggle for supremacy
far into the future, past many a weary mile of trail and toil.
At times, too, there came to his ears as he sat here the roar of nations at strife, the fierce underneath battle of the great countries of the world struggling for supremacy
This had come to be the recognised and established state of things; but as John was very anxious to flourish his supremacy
before the eyes of Mr Chester, he did that day exceed himself, and did so goad and chafe his son and heir, that but for Joe's having made a solemn vow to keep his hands in his pockets when they were not otherwise engaged, it is impossible to say what he might have done with them.
Pickwick felt emboldened to renew the conversation; at length, as the editor's countenance gradually relaxed into its customary expression of moral supremacy
, he ventured to resume the discourse by asking--
It may be surprising that Maggie, among whose many imperfections an excessive delight in admiration and acknowledged supremacy
were not absent now, any more than when she was instructing the gypsies with a view toward achieving a royal position among them, was not more elated on a day when she had had the tribute of so many looks and smiles, together with that satisfactory consciousness which had necessarily come from being taken before Lucy's chevalglass, and made to look at the full length of her tall beauty, crowned by the night of her massy hair.