In my opinion the Roman Catholic religion is not a faith at all, but simply a continuation
of the Roman Empire, and everything is subordinated to this idea--beginning with faith.
I regret exceedingly that I cannot help you in this matter, and any continuation
of this interview would be a waste of time.
It was a continuation
of the poem on God which he had begun in the chapel, and it was so indecent that Rachel did not understand half of it although she saw that it was indecent.
Opening her own letter Dorothea saw that it was a lively continuation
of his remonstrance with her fanatical sympathy and her want of sturdy neutral delight in things as they were--an outpouring of his young vivacity which it was impossible to read just now.
They soon regained the road of yellow brick, which proved to be a continuation
of the road they had left on the other side, and then Tip once more mounted the Pumpkinhead upon the back of the Saw-Horse.
The result was that the continuation
of my ledge lay twenty feet below me, where it ended as abruptly as did the end upon which I stood.
He raised the candle above his head and peered across the black void, and there upon the opposite side he saw the continuation
of the tunnel; but how was he to span the gulf?
Baffled and beaten at every turn of Fortune's wheel, reacted upon time after time by his own malign plotting, the principal victim of his own criminality, Paulvitch was yet so blind as to imagine that his greatest happiness lay in a continuation
of the plottings and schemings which had ever brought him and Rokoff to disaster, and the latter finally to a hideous death.
Like a frightened deer he leaped across the narrow chasm to the continuation
of the passage beyond.
He went to find out whether there was any other European Power whose alliance would be a more advantageous thing for Japan than a continuation
of their alliance with us.
It is perhaps fortunate for the continuation
of our mutual relations that you did not think of it," he remarked quietly.
In Chicago, he was loaded upon a track, carted through the roaring streets of the vast city, and put into another baggage-car which was quickly in motion in continuation
of the eastward journey.