"It was work performed
! And now you feed me, when then you let me starve, forbade me your house, and damned me because I wouldn't get a job.
The ceremony is performed
in his majesty's great chamber of state, where the candidates are to undergo a trial of dexterity very different from the former, and such as I have not observed the least resemblance of in any other country of the new or old world.
It was upon these appendages, fixed tightly on their real noses, that they performed
their gymnastic exercises.
"An altruistic act is an act performed
for the welfare of others.
We may say that an "instinctive" movement is a vital movement performed
by an animal the first time that it finds itself in a novel situation; or, more correctly, one which it would perform if the situation were novel.* The instincts of an animal are different at different periods of its growth, and this fact may cause changes of behaviour which are not due to learning.
The second piece that was performed
Levin could not hear.
Though Napoleon at that time, in 1812, was more convinced than ever that it depended on him, verser (ou ne pas verser) le sang de ses peuples*- as Alexander expressed it in the last letter he wrote him- he had never been so much in the grip of inevitable laws, which compelled him, while thinking that he was acting on his own volition, to perform for the hive life- that is to say, for history- whatever had to be performed
We will therefore take our leave of these good people, and attend his lordship and his fair companions, who made such good expedition that they performed
a journey of ninety miles in two days, and on the second evening arrived in London, without having encountered any one adventure on the road worthy the dignity of this history to relate.
towards him every little office of affection and duty with gentleness, and he rewarded them by his benevolent smiles.
In such cases natural selection might easily specialise, if any advantage were thus gained, a part or organ, which had performed
two functions, for one function alone, and thus wholly change its nature by insensible steps.
A MAN who had traveled in foreign lands boasted very much, on returning to his own country, of the many wonderful and heroic feats he had performed
in the different places he had visited.
"I am known," said the Object, dashing itself again at the wall, "as the Consciousness of Duty Well Performed