We cannot remove our respective sections
from each other, nor build an impassable wall between them.
Finally, in times when the class struggle nears the decisive hour, the process of dissolution going on within the ruling class, in fact within the whole range of society, assumes such a violent, glaring character, that a small section
of the ruling class cuts itself adrift, and joins the revolutionary class, the class that holds the future in its hands.
For this reason many in the Middle and Lower classes, and all without exception in the Polygonal and Circular orders, prefer a third method, the description of which shall be reserved for the next section
Next, there is the instinct for 'harmony' and rhythm, metres being manifestly sections
The hostile clans, residing in the more remote sections
of the island, and very seldom holding any communication with foreigners, are in every respect unchanged from their earliest known condition.
Several times some masses of enormous bulk were forced up through the well-hole with inconceivable violence, and, suddenly expanding as they came into larger space, disclosed sections
of the White Worm which Adam and Sir Nathaniel had seen looking over the trees with its enormous eyes of emerald- green flickering like great lamps in a gale.
Between the two sections
of his flock he was often the only link, and it was his avowed custom to select those of his migratory sheep who seemed worthy, and give them a few hours in the pastures of the permanent.
He plodded through the poetry sections
His title of Captain of the Kaolian Road explained his timely presence in the heart of the savage forest, for every highway upon Barsoom is patrolled by doughty warriors of the noble class, nor is there any service more honorable than this lonely and dangerous duty in the less frequented sections
of the domains of the red men of Barsoom.
I said that if that potentate must go over in our ship, why, I supposed he must --but that to my thinking, when the United States considered it necessary to send a dignitary of that tonnage across the ocean, it would be in better taste, and safer, to take him apart and cart him over in sections
in several ships.
WHOEVER has had opportunity of acquaintance with society in New England during the last twenty-five years, with those middle and with those leading sections
that may constitute any just representation of the character and aim of the community, will have been struck with the great activity of thought and experimenting.
As the reader may surmise, the four allegorical personages were somewhat weary with having traversed the three sections
of the world, without having found suitable opportunity for getting rid of their golden dolphin.