Had it been born ten years later, it might not have been able to survive
The deliberating and comparing faculties generally preserve their strength much beyond that period in men who survive
it; and when, in addition to this circumstance, we consider how few there are who outlive the season of intellectual vigor, and how improbable it is that any considerable portion of the bench, whether more or less numerous, should be in such a situation at the same time, we shall be ready to conclude that limitations of this sort have little to recommend them.
Ambition and play are inexhaustible; in a well-organized man the passions which proceed from the brain will always survive
the passions of the heart.
He may not kill you, Sarkoja, it is not our custom, but there is nothing to prevent him tying one end of a strap about your neck and the other end to a wild thoat, merely to test your fitness to survive
and help perpetuate our race.
Goodbye, dear Arthur, if I should not survive
Hardship and freedom: conditions under which the active, strong, and subtle survive
and the weaker go to the wall; conditions that put a premium upon the loyal alliance of capable men, upon self-restraint, patience, and decision.
As hope, however, is the last thing extinguished in the heart of man, he finished by hoping that he might survive
, even though with terrible wounds, in both these duels; and in case of surviving, he made the following reprehensions upon his own conduct:
Then Ermak, unable to survive
the loss of his Zuleika, throws himself into the Irtisch, and the tale comes to an end.
His own father did not long survive
mine, and within half a year from these events, Mr.
Let us say that each of her voyages is a triumphant progress; and yet it is a question whether it is not a more subtle and more human triumph to be the sport of the waves and yet survive
, achieving your end.
When he had become a little quieter, he explained to Rostov that he was living with his mother, who, if she saw him dying, would not survive
Why, even the tiny balu of the tribe of Go-lat, the great ape, was better fitted to survive
than these, for a balu could at least escape the numerous creatures that menaced its existence, while with the possible exception of Kota, the tortoise, none moved so slowly as did helpless and feeble man.