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It is to be regretted that a portion of our community should be practically in slavery, but to propose to solve the problem by enslaving the entire community is childish.
I shall remember your doubts, Miss Temple, when next I visit my old friend Mohegan, and either his skill, or that of Leather-Stocking, shall solve them.
The English think that a cheque-book can solve every problem in life.
In another instant the banths would be upon me, but I could not force my gaze from the features of the red girl, for I knew that her expression meant anything but the enjoyment of the grim tragedy that would so soon be enacted below her; there was some deeper, hidden meaning which I sought to solve.
You may readily understand that I have occupied my mind with this subject, which was, necessarily, so interesting to me, but I have not been able to solve the problem with the appliances now known to mechanical science.
It is one of a dozen similarly hideous things that your father has created in his mad desire to solve the problem of life.
And Mister Haggin had failed to solve the mystery of Patsy's and Kathleen's disappearance.
So, under stress of circumstances, the attempt to solve the mystery of Ferrari's disappearance was suspended for a while.
But our expedition of to-night will solve them all.
I like to ponder on all kinds of problems, though I can't solve 'em," said Captain Jim.
But Herschel's calculations were in their turn corrected by the observations of Halley, Nasmyth, Bianchini, Gruithuysen, and others; but it was reserved for the labors of Boeer and Maedler finally to solve the question.
Very well, old Barbicane," replied Michel; "they might have cut off my head, beginning at my feet, before they could have made me solve that problem.