Striking most disagreeably on Clifford's auditory organs
and the characteristic sensibility of his nerves, it caused him to start upright out of his chair.
Here, then, are three sources of vague and incorrect definitions: indistinctness of the object, imperfection of the organ
of conception, inadequateness of the vehicle of ideas.
Our bodies are half made up of glands and tubes and organs
, occupied in turning heterogeneous food into blood.
Now run the organ
under the tree, and we'll dress it when Bubbles comes back," Sir Christopher cried.
A bump arose at once on my sinciput, and turned out to be as pretty an organ
of order as one shall see on a summer's day.
We never played either the melodeon or the organ
except at devotions--but I am too fast: young Albert did know part of a tune something about "O Something-Or-Other How Sweet It Is to Know That He's His What's-his- Name" (I do not remember the exact title of it, but it was very plaintive and full of sentiment); Albert played that pretty much all the time until we contracted with him to restrain himself.
In the opposite corner of that same cabin was an organ
for which the people told me they were paying sixty dollars in monthly instalments.
Brooke's pen went off into a little speech which it had lately reported for that imperfectly edited organ
the "Middlemarch Pioneer.
It not only indicates where my excellent heart lies, but covers very neatly the patch made by the Wonderful Wizard when he placed that valued organ
in my breast with his own skillful hands.
AN Orator afflicted with atrophy of the organ
of common-sense rose in his place in the halls of legislation and pointed with pride to his Unblotted Escutcheon.
No philosopher was he-- just a plain, commonplace person gifted, for the time being, with a pathological indifference: the organ
that he feared consequences with was torpid.
And when, at last, after twenty years of almost unbroken silence as a poet, he once more let his organ
voice be heard, it was not a man he spoke of, but Man.