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And yet the feat is only so evidently feasible that the sole wonder is why men have scrupled to attempt it before.
When we were abroad pushing our trail farther and farther toward the distant break which, we assumed, marked a feasible way across the range, we never knew at what second some great engine of clawed and fanged destruction might rush upon us from behind, or lie in wait for us beyond an ice-hummock or a jutting shoulder of the craggy steeps.
Here he gathered together his few belongings that were to buy him the uncertain safety of escape, and as he stood for a moment beside the little table on which he had piled them he searched his brain for some feasible plan either to ensure his safety or to bring revenge upon his enemies.
This seemed so feasible and so easy that he felt horrified.
His errand, which had seemed feasible enough in his own room, began now to present difficulties in the carrying out, and he puzzled over how he should take the first steps.
Ward Valley will jump so that it won't be feasible to buy after that.
No feasible way of coping with China was suggested.
I want to have a feasible plan all ready, before I speak to father.
Upon further discussion, this appeared the safest and most feasible mode of proceeding that could possibly be adopted.
For I am quite ready to acknowledge that the plan which you propose, if only feasible, would do all sorts of good to the State.
When he had gone and Momaya had succeeded in partially subduing her anger, she gave herself over to thought, as she so often had done since the abduction of her Tibo, in the hope that she finally might discover some feasible means of locating him, or at least assuring herself as to whether he were alive or dead.
It seems to me that if, as a matter of method rather than metaphysics, we desire to obtain as much independence for psychology as is practically feasible, we shall do better to accept mnemic causation in psychology protem, and therefore reject parallelism, since there is no good ground for admitting mnemic causation in physics.