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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...ted for the habitation of it, he shall lead them into it with a mighty and outstretched arm; and sit upon the throne of David, judging and seeking ju... ...ty of sentiment amongst such differently constituted minds, and differently constituted systems, with respect to the one great point of the place at ... ... own power that which God hath reserved for the stretching out of his own most glorious arm. But into this subject I enter no further at present. An... ...lace, shall first take an estimate of the comparative usefulness, and profit of the two systems; the more willingly as my good author, being a textua... ...at is, the orthodoxy of the question. CHAPTER I. THE COMPARATIVE USEFULNESS OF THE TWO SYSTEMS. THE two views of the second advent which our author... ...nd avenge his elect, and deliver his own people with a mighty hand and an out-stretched arm, and plant them in their own land, and rule the world in ... ...an of sin, the son of iniquity shall formally sit, publicly shewing himself, and freely operating therein, as if he were God: “shewing himself that ...

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Mcteague : A Story of San Francisco

By: Frank Norris

...s vest, and, having crammed his little stove full of coke, lay back in his operating chair at the bay win- dow, reading the paper, drinking his beer, ... ... corner where he manufactured his moulds. In the round bay window were his operating chair, his dental engine, and the movable rack on which he laid o... ..., doing nothing, listening, waiting. Old Grannis did the same, drawing his arm-chair near to the wall, knowing that Miss Baker was upon the other side... ...me dim memo- ries of the novels of her girlhood. She took her place in the operating chair. McTeague began the filling. There was a long silence. It w... ...ria, stand- ing in the door, a very dirty, half-filled pillowcase over one arm. “No, nothing—nothing that I can think of, Maria,” re- plied Old Granni... ...famous first day. There it was, the little jacket she had carried over her arm the day he had terrified her with his blundering declaration, and still... ...tificial orange blossoms was finally discovered behind the bureau. The two systems of operation often clashed and tangled. Mrs. Sieppe was found by he...

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The Sha Shaving Ving of Sha Shagp Gp Gpat an Arabian Enter Entertainment

By: George Meredith

...and the shield of thy fair will, while I perform good work in this city by operating on the unshorn.’ When he had spoken, the King made a point of his... ... old hag appeareth deep in the fountain of events, and she will be a right arm to me in the mastering of one, a torch in darkness, seeing there is wis... ...e. It was on a night when they were so together, the damsel leaning on his arm, her eyes toward the lake, and lo! what seemed the reflection of a larg... ...; and blessed was the eye beholding it! So when he was within reach of her arm, the damsel sprang to him and caught from his hand the Jewel, and held ... ...rmination, is’t not such as sufficeth for the over- turning of empires and systems, O my mistress, fair one, sapphire of this city? And is’t not writt...

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Unconscious Comedians

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ps win your suit for you.” Gazonal bounded; but Bixiou had held him by the arm ever since they left the cafe, thinking perhaps that the flush on his f... ...I’ve made myself a small vocation by arresting for debt.” “He is the right arm of the commercial police,” said Gaillard in Bixiou’s ear, “but you can ... ... stays a hatter!” cried the Southerner, with a bound that almost broke the arm which Bixiou had linked in his. “You shall see the man,” said Leon. “Yo... ... an ordinary head,” he said to Leon, pointing to the person on whom he was operating,—”a grocer, or something of that kind. But if we devoted ourselve... ...will an- nihilate themselves and their fortune for it. It is the same with systems as it is with material things. Utterly impracti- cable newspapers h... ...nothing; just as an artist who blurs art with political combi- nations and systems loses his genius. Not long ago, a man endowed with the gift of divi...

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Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ysiologists have long wondered at this phe- nomenon, which overturns their systems and upsets all theo- ries; it is in fact a thunderbolt working with... ...hing!’ You are as fit, I told you, ‘to be put forward in public life as my arm is to turn a windmill. Honors will be your ruin!’ You would not listen ... ..., and they were about to start, when Virginie, the cook, caught him by the arm:— “Monsieur, madame does not wish you to go out—” “Pshaw!” said Birotte... ...just look how fine they are; fresh as a daisy,” she said, plunging her red arm into a sack of filberts. “Plump, no empty ones, my dear man. Just think... ...- ated. Those lands about the Madeleine don’t amount to any- thing; we are operating elsewhere. Hey! my dear sir, if we were not involved in the Champ...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...n theme, and the candle-light revealed her in a straight golden frock, her arm arched to the bow, her lips serious. Every man fell in love then with r... ... be a big lawyer, maybe a judge, and I need you, and I’d protect you—” His arm slid behind her shoulders. The insinuating music drained her independen... ...res of poetry; their silences were content- ment, or shaky crises when his arm took her shoulder. All the beauty of youth, first discovered when it is... ... Mott: Have you ever tried any experiments with any of the new educational systems? The modern kindergarten methods or the Gary system?” “Oh. Those. M... ...from a medical predecessor, and changed it only by adding a white enameled operating-table, a sterilizer, a Roentgen- ray apparatus, and a small porta... ...room beyond, looking on Main Street, was business-office, consulting-room, operating-room, and, in an alcove, bacteriological and chemical laboratory.... ... that— Both you and I might have been blown up? You knew it while you were operating?” “Sure. Didn’t you? Why, what’s the matter?” CHAPTER XVI Kennico... ... the gritty carpet. Vida was an advocate of culture-buying and efficiency- systems. She hinted that they ought to have (as at the committee-meetings o... ...nic. The thing she gained in Washing- ton was not information about office-systems and labor unions but renewed courage, that amiable contempt called ...

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The Trial or More Links of the Daisy Chain

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...d he flung himself into his father’s chair, his long legs hanging over one arm— an attitude that those who had ever been under Mrs. May’s discipline t... ...ordinary practice for me; and what do I find him doing the next thing, but operating upon one of the worst throats he could find! I told him he was as... ... long- ing those words seemed to convey. He felt her movement, and put his arm round her, saying, ‘No, Ethel, do not think I envy them. I might have d... ...thel wondered if he forgot how much of the unserviceableness of his maimed arm had once been attrib- uted to Mr. Ward’s dulness, or how many times he ... ...are not to suppose it always hails crack rifles on all sorts of im- proved systems, as it does when Captain Hector is in the house.’ ‘They are only on...

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Babbitt

By: Sinclair Lewis

...eep knocking the Traction Company and not realize the difficulties they’re operating under, like these cranks that want municipal ownership. The way t... ...for high- grade coal!” In delight Babbitt patted Gunch’s back, stroked his arm. “That’s all right, but what I want to know is: who’s the real-estate s... ...treamline bodies, hill-climbing power, wire wheels, chrome steel, ignition systems, and body colors. It was much more than a study of transportation. ... ...chuckled and gurgled over his ability to “give the Boys a real shot in the arm to- night.” He was, in fact, so exhilarated that he was within a block ... ...t the lady who wished to be wild. He raised the shade; he lay with a puffy arm tucked between his head and the skimpy pillow, looking out on the slidi... ..., characterized by their complete plants and the finest school-ventilating systems in the country, bar none; our magnificent new hotels and banks and ... ...at gets double-crossed. Well, now we’ve been ethical and got it out of our systems, the question is where we can raise a loan to handle some of the pr...

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Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh

By: Thomas Carlyle

...itter, by accumulation, drove him out of doors: but Lieschen was his right-arm, and spoon, and necessary of life, and would not be flatly gainsayed. W... ...l weather, and in battle from many strokes (for he rolls it about his left arm); and not only dressed, but harnessed and draperied.” 37 Thomas Carlyl... ...p deepest while fancying ourselves most awake! Which of your Philosophical Systems is other than a dream-theo- rem; a net quotient, confidently given ... ...h, the worst death, a spiritual. What are your Axioms, and Categories, and Systems, and Aphorisms? Words, words. High Air-castles are cunningly built ... ...countries, for some eighteenpence a day; but for Fantasy planets and solar-systems will not suffice. Witness your Pyrrhus conquering the world, yet dr... ...dity, and goose-speech which was the sign of these two, are gone. The Coat-arm is stretched out, but not to strike; the Breeches, in modest simplicity... ...ismemberment, we are organized into Polities, into nations, and a whole co-operating Mankind, the creation, as has here been of- ten irrefragably evin...

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The World Set Free

By: H. G. Wells

...ce of the American people with the monstrous and socially paralysing party systems that had sprung out of their absurd electoral arrangements, led to ... ...the European wars of thirty and forty years before. There was the infantry arm to which Barnet belonged and which was supposed to fight on foot with a... ...ken ground. In addition there were large developments of the engineer- ing arm, concerned with motor transport, motor-bicycle scouting, aviation, and ... ...e Earl of Delhi, with one hand gauntly gesticulating, had taken him by the arm and was all too manifestly disposed to drag him towards the great door ... ...ey- comb of subtly lit apartments, were the spotless research benches, the operating tables, the instruments of brass, and fine glass and platinum and...

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Life of John Coleridge Patteson : Missionary Bishop of the Melanesian Islands

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

... me?’ When Fanny’s love of teasing had exasperated Coley into stabbing her arm with a pencil, their mother had resolution enough to decree that no pro... ...s off the whole time, incessantly bowing, and the King speaking. He walked arm-in-arm with the Queen, who looked well and very much pleased. The Duke ... ... do noth- ing; I mean there is nothing to prevent my sitting all day in an arm-chair and reading “Pickwick.”.... One word about the way languages help... ... me. I feel no tendency to latitudinarianism, but only to see much good in systems unrecognised by your very highflyers. I believe that the Church tea... ...their way from Sydney to Lifu, and that it would do harm to have two rival systems on the island. They acqui- esced but not heartily, and it was a sad... ...pening— ‘T rue, we have not to contend with subtle and highly-elabo- rated systems of false religion. It is the ignorantia purae negationis, comparati... ...astes and modes of thought—a few such men, agreeing well to- gether and co-operating heartily, will probably be enabled to 375 Yo n g e lay foundatio...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 7 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

...thin the said State, and thereby to embarrass the United States armies now operating in the said States of Virginia and Georgia, and even to endanger ... ...as so long been flagrant in China has at last been suppressed, with the co-operating good offices of this Government and of the other Western commerci... ...able number of which were conversions from State banks. Changes from State systems to the national system are rapidly taking place, and it is hoped th... ...t and the people will derive great benefit from this change in the banking systems of the country can hardly be questioned. The national system will ... ...hem by the peaceful means of legis- lation, conference, courts, and votes, operating only in Con- stitutional and lawful channels. Some certain, and ...

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The Writings of Abraham Lincoln in Seven Volumes Volume 4 of 7

By: Abraham Lincoln

... where he says it is,” then my attention will be drawn to that, and I will arm myself for the contest, stating now that I have not the slightest doubt... ...in the most ingenious way, to prepare the public mind for this move- ment, operating in the free States, where there is now an ab- horrence of the ins... ...- ion is, we perhaps shall be better prepared for discussing the different systems of policy that we would propose in regard to that disturbing elemen... ...g paeans to his “Popular Sovereignty” doctrine until his Supreme Court, co-operating with him, has squatted his Squatter Sovereignty out. But he will ... ...t variety in the industrial pursuits and productions of a country, require systems of law conforming to this variety in the natural features of the co...

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Bureaucracy

By: Honoré de Balzac

...vicar had departed, Saillard rolled back the card-table and sat down in an arm- chair in the attitude he always assumed when about to tell some office... ...ond-sight, the reason of which lies perhaps in the purity of their nervous systems, which are, as it were, brand-new. Sebastien had long guessed Dutoc... ...and conceit. The two chiefs were polite to him, but the clerks held him at arm’s length and prevented all com- panionship by means of the extreme and ... ...tec- tion, and then you could suggest to Madame la comtesse the idea of co-operating with the wishes of her Royal Highness.” “You ought to designate t... ...d left at mid- night, radiant in beauty, on the staircase of the Bouffons, arm in arm with Madame de Camps (Madame Firmiani had lately married), the o...

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Essays of Michel de Montaigne

By: William Carew Hazilitt

...r’s mind, made by himself at different levels and under a large variety of operating influences. Of all egotists, Montaigne, if not the greatest, was ... ... of- ten enough defect in such a department or such a choice; and in those systems, where ignorance and malice, favouritism, intrigue, and violence go... ...scons to act than talk, yet sometimes they employ the tongue more than the arm, and wit in place of valour. For my own part; sir, it is not in my way ... ...nd the hams, was some mitigation to his pain. But, in good earnest, as the arm when it is advanced to strike, if it miss the blow, and goes by the win... ... Acad., ii. I.]— We suffer ourselves to lean and rely so strongly upon the arm of another, that we destroy our own strength and vigour. Would I fortif...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

... attempt to please here. Even if I presented all my tri-clinic crystals as systems of cubes—— ! Indeed I felt it would not be worth doing. But having ... ... no botanist myself, if my companion were to have a specimen tin under his arm— so long as it is not painted that abominable popular Swiss apple green... ...intellectual basis of mankind is established, that the rules of logic, the systems of counting and measure- ment, the general categories and schemes o... ...e planet; and feeding them and distrib- uting from them, innumerable minor systems, clean little electric tramways I picture them, will spread out ove... ... Utopian guest house! His voice rises and falls, and sometimes he holds my arm. My attention comes and goes. “Good-night,” two sweet-voiced Utopians c... ...dismal grizzling and carry her off?” (You figure the he- roic sweep of the arm that belongs to the V oice.) I positively forget for the moment that we... ... only as well contrived to their ends as a linotype machine, an antiseptic operating plant, or an electric tram-car, there need now at the present mom...

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Autobiographic Sketches Selections, Grave and Gay

By: Thomas de Quincey

...pon which my brother’s rapid eye saw instantly the opportunity offered for operating most effectually by a charge. O. saw it too; and, happening to ha... ...pplause of Galerius, 2 there is a peculiar sling and rotary motion of the arm in launching a stone, which no girl ever can attain. From ancient pract... ... other radii still more vast, both by land and by sea, the same suction is operating, night and day, summer and winter, and hurrying forever into one ... ...n an angel. Long afterwards, Lord Westport and I met her, hanging upon the arm of her husband, a manly and good-natured man, of polished manners, to w... ...ents and rhetoricians to prosecute any general movement, when the national arm had cloven a channel and opened the road before them. Consequently , th... ...lled, and upon principles of Roman science. From mere beds of torrents and systems of ruts, they were raised univer- sally to the condition and appear...

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The Path of Kabbalah

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...“dual Creator”— the first being the Creator Himself, and the second, Creation, operating precisely like the Creator. The creature’s will to receive i... ...l substance, just as two computers can appear identical but use two different operating systems. All religions rely on one’s efforts to receive rewar... ...e, just as two computers can appear identical but use two different operating systems. All religions rely on one’s efforts to receive rewards in this... ...Thus, we only feel the environmental phenomena that correspond to our sensory systems. Moreover, we cannot really feel anything outside us, only our ... ...ions of good and bad. If the computer has been reinstalled with an altruistic operating system, then the understand- ing of good and bad is no longer... ...— but toward something that is outside it the Creator. There are two operating systems that the soul can use to evaluate reality: 1. The egoistic for... ...and” that seemingly embrac- es the soul and surrounds it from three sides: the arm and the forearm, which are of equal length, designate the two long...

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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley Volume 3

By: Thomas Hutchinson

... _400 Her head under her arm upon occasion; Perseus has cut it off for her. These pleasures End in d... ...ht that twinkles in the heaven; Whilst round the chariot’s way Innumerable systems rolled, 112 Volume 3 And countless spheres diffused An ever-varyin... ..._75 114 Volume 3 Eternal Nature’s law. Above, below, around, The circling systems formed A wilderness of harmony; Each with undeviating aim, ... ...hildren famish, and whose nuptial bed Is earth’s unpitying bosom, rears an arm T o dash him from his throne! _... ... is the tyrant’s mandate, red the gaze That flashes desolation, strong the arm _145 That scatters multitudes. T o-morrow ... ...3:— 1. 252, 253:— 1. 252, 253:— Whilst round the chariot’s way Innumerable systems rolled. The plurality of worlds,—the indefinite immensity of the un... ... eternity which preceded his birth a chain of causes was generated, which, operating under the name of motives, make it impossible that any thought of...

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The Firm of Nucingen

By: Honoré de Balzac

...p for Candide. Long live the Kritik of Pure Reason, La Symbolique, and the systems in five closely packed volumes, printed by Germans, who little susp... ...But we must set about it carefully, or the holders may imagine that we are operating in Nucingen’s interests.’ 62 The Firm of Nucingen “Then Werbrust...

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