Search Results (130 titles)

Searched over 7.2 Billion pages in 1.02 seconds

 
Body mass index (X) Law (X)

       
1
|
2
|
3
|
4
|
5
Records: 1 - 20 of 130 - Pages: 
  • Cover Image

The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

............................................................................377 CONSULTING INDEX OF VOLUME I. ............................................. ...utheran and Calvinistic churches, with the dissenters and seceders from each, that this body of baptized men, which I call the Gentile church, who s... ...CRIPTURES. It was necessary furthermore, to have a visible representation or unchanging body of that truth, which was to be testified to, that is, “... ... of Christ’s sufferings, and “fill up that which is wanting of these sufferings for his body’s sake, that is the church.” These three great parts ar... ...e matter or method of the work, I have added to my work the Indice razonado or digested index of the London edition. Nevertheless, when I shall have... ...ints on which we differ, and amongst which are transubstantiation, the sacrifice of the mass, the seven sacraments, the hierarchy, and the central un... ... antiquities, of classical writers, and the authority of the fathers, whither the great mass of the people cannot follow them: and while thus display... ...ty, and so abolishing his incarnation wholly, which is the very effect of that accursed mass. He is not very man, if his manhood can be in many place... ... have the same fate, that is, that this may be forthwith consigned, as was that, to the Index Romanus: [i.e. the Roman list of proscribed books] the...

...IS ORDINARILY FOUND SET FORTH IN THE CHRISTIAN DOCTORS...328 ARTICLE I....333 ARTICLE II.....350 ARTICLE III....357 ARTICLE IV....377 CONSULTING INDEX OF VOLUME I....383...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The World Set Free

By: H. G. Wells

...; the finer hand, the quicker eye, the bigger brain, the better bal- anced body prevailed; age by age, the implements were a little better made, the m... ...adily in from the country-side and concentrating in hitherto unthought- of masses about a few city centres, food was coming to them over enormous dist... ...s!’ said his father. ‘And old Broomie, the Head I mean, he rots me. Every- body rots me.’ ‘But there is going to be flying—quite soon.’ The little boy... ...ught of bricks, as solid building material, as substantial matter, as unit masses of lifeless stuff, and behold! these bricks are boxes, treasure boxe... ... next lowest thing at once? Why this decay by driblets; why not a decay en masse? … Suppose presently we find it is possible to quicken that decay?’ ... ...n of ease that marks an overstrained nervous system and an under-exercised body. He hesitated at the White Stone Pond whether to go to the left of it ... ...g those who keep the records?’ ‘Not counting those. Of course, the present indexing of research is in itself a very big work, and it is only now that ... ...to-day, because it will interest you—we have our copy of the encyclopaedic index—every week sheets are taken out and replaced by fresh sheets with new... ...t are brought to us by the aeroplanes of the Research Department. It is an index of knowledge that grows continually, an index that becomes continuall...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Research Magnificent

By: H. G. Wells

...ft was opening, so that pres- ently, it seemed possible at any moment, the mass would fall headlong into the blue deeps below. This impending avalanch... ...aw a peasant appearing and disappearing be- hind trees and projecting rock masses, and coming across the previous plank at a vigorous trot… . Under th... ...t destroys him. Raw soldiers under fire bunch together and armies fight in masses, men are mowed down in swathes, because only so is the courage of th... ...d by this misfit fear from a thousand bold successful gestures of mind and body, we are held back from the attainment of mighty securities in pitiful ... ...nificent God scourged and crowned with thorns, who rose in a nail- pierced body out of death and came not to bring peace but a sword.” With something ... ...ght that makes all things like a dream. Benham stood quite motionless, and body and mind had halted together. That confrontation had an interminablene... ...t hand which had hitherto taken no part in the controversy, had raised its index finger by imperceptible degrees. It had been raised almost subconscio...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Pioneers Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...arge clouds, whose color seemed brightened by the light reflected from the mass of snow that covered the earth, floated in a sky of the purest blue. T... ... made of dressed deer-skin, with the hair on, was belted close to his lank body by a girdle of colored worsted. On his feet were deer-skin moccasins, ... ... a law at all, it should be to keep people from the use of smooth-bores. A body never knows where his lead will fly , when he pulls the trigger of one... ...pon them all”—here Natty stretched out his long neck, and straightened his body, as he opened his mouth, which ex- posed a single tusk of yellow bone,... ...uare rule,” no opportunity was found of dis- covering the effect until the massive timbers were raised on the four walls of the building. Then, indeed... .... Here! you Aggy! how far off was the Judge when this buck was shot?” “Oh! massa Richard, maybe a ten rod,” cried the black, bend- ing under one of th... ...s, or chopping jobs, was of great stature, and carried in his very air the index of his character. He was a noisy, boisterous, reckless lad, whose goo... ... use of a forefinger, that was bent like some of his own characters, as an index to point out his meaning. The first thing referred to by the sheriff ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

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

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

... of the Saint for his niche among those who have given themselves soul and body to God’s Work. It has been an almost solemn work of anxiety, as well a... ...ture of worldliness. I remember well the look he then had, his countenance massive for one so young, with good sense and good feeling, in fact, full o... ...not having wasted much time here.... I really don’t see my way through the mass of work before me, and half repent having to go up for class. 38 Life... ...ess makes you low and uncomfortable. The weather too is trying to mind and body, and though you try as usual to shake off the sense of depression whic... ...for work in large towns. He could deal with individuals bet- ter than with masses, and his metaphysical mind, coupled with the curious difficulty he h... ...he ends of the world tells of my peace of mind, of one sound and hearty in body, and, I thank God, happy, calm, and cheerful in spirit.’ ‘July 11, 185... ...ot looking for that kind of thing. You want to see how far the face is any index of the character and life and work. I don’t think it odd that I shoul...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley Volume 2

By: Thomas Hutchinson

......................................................................... 235 Index of First Lines...................................243 12 V olume Two ... ... frail and bloody pomp which Time has swept In fragments towards Oblivion. Massacre, For this I prayed, would on thy sleep have crept, T reason and Sl... ...And, mingled with the shades of twilight, lay 24 V olume Two On the brown massy woods—and in the east The broad and burning moon lingeringly rose Bet... ...ey, “Poetical Works”, 1839, 1st edition. Wealth and dominion fade into the mass Of the great sea of human right and wrong, When once from our possessi... ...is memory is by death. My beloved child lies buried here. I envy death the body far less than the oppressors the minds of those whom they have torn fr... ... the minds of those whom they have torn from me. The one can only kill the body, the other crushes the affections.’ POEMS POEMS POEMS POEMS POEMS WRIT... ... _15 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. And from its head as from one body grow, As … grass out of a watery rock, Hairs which are vipers, and the... ...s from the abode where the Eternal are.’ Putney, May 1, 1839. 243 Shelley Index of First Lines Symbols (With what truth may I say— 98 [I am afraid t...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Wheels of Chance a Bicycling Idyll

By: H. G. Wells

...r endogenous sneers, by the eternal wrangling of an uncomfortable soul and body. I tell you, I lead a cat and dog life—But what is the use of talking?... ...ked at him and made off to its fastnesses amid the sunlit green and purple masses of Hindhead, where Mr. Grant Allen writes his Hill T op Novels day b... ...the sides of the road itself set about with grey heather scrub and prickly masses of gorse, and pine trees with their year’s growth still bright green... ...njured up a weird thing of shreds and patches, a simulacrum, an artificial body of a man, with but a doubtful germ of living flesh lurking somewhere i... ...s. To that, he held, we were coming. How far such odd substitution for the body is possible need not concern us now. But the devil, speaking by the li... ...in cigarette smoke, and pass out of sight up the street. In- continently a mass of cloudy uneasiness, that had been partly dispelled during the day, r... ...ht hand into his pocket and produced six coins, counted them with his left index finger, and held them out to her. “Thirteen four half,” said Mr. Hoop...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Hamlet

By: William Shakespeare

... month, or ere those shoes were old With which she follow’d my poor father’s body, Like Niobe, all tears:—why she, even she— O, God! a beast, that wan... ...erefore must his choice be circumscribed Unto the voice and yielding of that body Whereof he is the head. Then if he says he loves you, It fits your w... ... My fate cries out, And makes each petty artery in this body As hardy as the Nemean lion’s nerve. Still am I call’d. Unhand me, g... ...NIUS : And then, sir, does he this—he does—what was I about to say? By the mass, I was about to say something: where did I leave? REYNALDO: At ‘cl... ...u see yonder cloud that’s almost in shape of a camel? LORD POLONIUS: By the mass, and ’tis like a camel, indeed. HAMLET: Methinks it is like a wease... ...Dies not alone; but, like a gulf, doth draw What’s near it with it: it is a massy wheel, Fix’d on the summit of the highest mount, To whose huge spok... ... Ay me, what act, That roars so loud, and thunders in the index? HAMLET: Look here, upon this picture, and on this, The counterfei...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...cited more accurately and dozens Bostoned more smoothly. Every cell of her body was alive—thin wrists, quince-blossom skin, inge- nue eyes, black hair... ...hair. The other girls in her dormitory marveled at the slight- ness of her body when they saw her in sheer negligee, or darting out wet from a shower-... ...her, the smiling and shabby, the learned and teasingly kind, had come from Massachu- setts, and through all her childhood he had been a judge in Manka... ... in the cyclone of final examinations. The house of the president had been massed with palms suggestive of polite undertaking parlors, and in the li- ... ... day in library class she had to read a theme on the use of the Cumulative Index, and she was taken so seriously in the discussion that she put off he... ...m made her more than pause in thought. For months no male emerged from the mass. Then, at the Marburys’, she met Dr. Will Kennicott. CHAPTER II It was... ...thness of the satin back of his waist- coat, seem almost to creep into his body, find in him strength, find in the courage and kindness of her man a ... ...sleepy! I didn’t say he was honest. I said he had savvy enough to find the index in `Gray’s Anatomy,’ which is more than McGanum can do! But I didn’t ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Vittoria

By: George Meredith

... became aware that the moment for serious talk had ar- rived, and bent his body, groaning loudly, and uttering im- precations against him whom he accu... ...e executioner and pecu- niary penalties. Thick scars of wounds covered the body and disfigured the face of Giulio Bandinelli. Agostino had crawled but... ...Moors. To judge by your face, a Moor undoubt- edly: glib, slippery! with a body that slides and a soul that jumps. T aken altogether, more serpent tha... ... tors, nurses, friends,—a tight blanket if you fall from a house- top! and masses for your soul when your hour strikes. The treacherous cur lies rotti... ...ternation. The light lay like a 66 Vittoria blade’s sharp edge around the massive circle. Of Italians of a superior rank, Verona sent none to this re... ...hese shows of decay. It was a most noble face; a fortress face; strong and massive, and honourable in ruin, though stripped of every flower. This lady... ...from Carlo. “Hold fast to it that he means it: conduct is never a straight index where the heart’s involved,” said the chuckling old man; “or it is no...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Diana of the Crossways

By: George Meredith

... presump- tive delinquent. It does not pretend to know the whole, or naked body of the facts; it knows enough for its furry dubi- ousness; and excepti... ...atements, excluding the adjectives, give his Mem- oirs the appearance of a body of facts, attractive to the his- toric Muse, which has learnt to estee... ...e grave, and trans- forms the quiet worms, busy on a single poor peaceable body, into winged serpents that disorder sky and earth with a deadly flight... ...e most dangerous of delusions, causing first the individual to despise the mass, and then to join the mass in crushing the individual. Where- with let... ...ere in the air-full of darts! Oh, that general whisper!—it makes a coup de massue—a gale to sink the bravest vessel: and a woman must preserve her smo... ...ve it,’ said the hog-worshipper; ‘that may be the house, I reckon.’ A dark mass of building, with the moon behind it, shining in spires through a moun... ...rest of him was all cloud. As usual with these conjurations of a face, the index of the nature conceived by him displayed itself, and no more; but he ... ...at of brow for her friend, the print of her features had been on him as an index of depth of character, imposing respect and admi- ration—a sentiment ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Professor

By: Charlotte Brontë

...ned down to a region of mills and warehouses; thence we passed through two massive gates into a great paved yard, and we were in Bigben Close, and the... ...eral bearing, had impressed me with the notion of some- thing powerful and massive; not at all:—my own features were cast in a harsher and squarer mou... ...ions, too; for I suspected his soul had more of will and ambition than his body had of fibre and muscle. Perhaps, in these incompatibilities of the “p... ...my mind from liberty and delight, I seized my hat, and forced my reluctant body out of the Hotel de —— into the foreign street. It was a fine day, but... ...sperate swine; and though not brave singly, they were relentless acting en masse. I understood that before my arrival in M. Pelet’s establish- ment, t... ... to Brussels to finish her education; she is of middle size, stiffly made, body long, legs short, bust much developed but not com- 81 Charlotte Bront... ...at least when I am present, is something extraor- dinary, considered as an index of girlish innocence. The mo- ment I enter the room, she nudges her n...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Spoon River Anthology

By: Edgar Lee Masters

...ded to my good fortune. For the Protestants bought this lot, And buried my body here, Close to the grave of the banker Nicholas, And of his wife Prisc... ...ge poetess, Hooted at, jeered at by the Y ahoos of the street For my heavy body, cock-eye, and rolling walk, And all the more when “Butch” W eldy Capt... ...cer From being bruised and continually bruised, And swells into a purplish mass Like growths on stalks of corn. Here was I, a carpenter, mired in a bo... ...pushing ahead, First his waving antennae, like straws of hay, And soon his body, colored like soap-stone, Gemmed with eyes of jet. And you wondered in... ...em, As well as for us? Marie Bateson Y ou observe the carven hand With the index finger pointing heavenward. That is the direction, no doubt. But how ... ...was for the first time published in Reedy’s Mirror of December 18th, 1914. Index of First Lines A A chaplain in the army, 63 A stepmother drove me fr...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Soul of a Bishop

By: H. G. Wells

... All day he was weary; all night he was wakeful. He was estranged from his body. He was distressed by a sense of detachment from the things about him,... ...would be a good phrase: “Christ the Master and Servant.”…. “Members of one Body,” that should be his text…. At last it was finished. The big congregat... ...ey and tennis. The firelight brought out the gracious reposeful lines of a body that ripened in adolescence. And though there was a vibration of resol... ...icance. The bishop glanced through this bale of papers—it had of course no index and no synopsis, and some of the pages were not numbered—handed it ov... ...overloaded with unbelievable myths (such as, among a thousand others, that Massacre of the Innocents which never took place)…. bore their listeners by... ...d be without the witness of the church?—and on the other hand here are our masses out of hand and hostile, our industrial leaders equally hostile; the... ...he bishop stood on the pavement outside Dr. Brighton- Pomfrey’s house. The massive door had closed behind him. It had been an act of courage, of rashn...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Liver Twist

By: Charles Dickens

...rom, or where she was going to, nobody knows.’ The surgeon leaned over the body, and raised the left hand. ‘The old story,’ he said, shaking his head:... ... and the testimony of the beadle; the former of whom had always opened the body and found nothing inside (which was very probable indeed), and the lat... ...a majestic voice. Oliver was about to say that he would go along with any body with great readiness, when, glancing upward, he caught sight of Mrs. M... ...ogether; but nothing was to be descried from it but a confused and crowded mass of housetops, blackened chimneys, and gable ends. Sometimes, indeed, ... ...eves, idlers, and vagabonds of every low grade, were mingled together in a mass; the whistling of drovers, the barking dogs, the bellow ing and plung... ...s legs thrown over one of the arms: an open clasp knife in one hand, and a mass of buttered bread in the other. Close beside him stood Charlotte, open... ... a vent in a hideous disease which had made 369 OLIVER TWIST your face an index even to your mind—you, Edward Leeford, do you still brave me!’ ‘No, n...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Lord Ormont and His Aminta

By: George Meredith

...e justified by the provocation, and the result. He scattered an unprepared body of many hundreds, who might have enveloped him, and who would presumpt... ..., and was punctilious in veracity, scrupu- lous in cleanliness of mind and body, devoted to the honour of his country, the interests of his class. She... ...a score of week- day miserable sinners to penal servitude or the rope. No- body laughs at the judge. Everybody will be laughing at the scornful man do... ...e. The Countess of Ormont’s manner toward him was to be read as a standing index of the course he should follow; and he thanked her. He could not quit... ... should have to season our handful of regulars and mob of levies, turn the mass into troops. With plenty of food, and blows daily, Englishmen soon get... ...fantry prove that their heterogeneous composition can be welded to a handy mass, and can stand fire and return it, and not be beaten by an acknowledge... ... than tactician, my lady? It may be,’ said Weyburn, smiling at her skips. ‘Massing his cannon to make a big hole for his cavalry, my brother says; and...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Typee a Romance of the South Seas

By: Herman Melville

...ated on the present site of Rome, N.Y.; and there Gansevoort, with a small body of men, held in check reinforcements on their way to join Burgoyne, un... ...s struggles with mathematics. The following year was passed at Pittsfield, Mass., where he engaged in work on his uncle’s farm, long known as the ‘Van... ...f ‘six dollars a quarter and board.’ He taught for one term at Pittsfield, Mass., ‘boarding around’ with the families of his pupils, in true American ... ...d had at last gone forth, and poor Pedro’s fate was sealed. His attenuated body will be laid out upon the captain’s table next Sunday, and long be- fo... ...l the year 1791, when they were discovered by Captain Ingraham, of Boston, Massachusetts, nearly two centuries after the discovery of the adjacent isl... ...helpless. Although he was utterly unable to stand erect or to navigate his body across the deck, he still magnanimously proffered his services to pilo... ...o that the measure of gew-gaw refinement attained by the chiefs is only an index to the actual state in which the greater portion of the population li...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The History of Troilus and Cressiida

By: William Shakespeare

...ted city, Dardan, and Tymbria, Helias, Chetas, Troien, And Antenorides, with massy staples And corresponsive and fulfilling bolts, Sperr up the sons o... ...; time must friend or end: well, Troilus, well: I would my heart were in her body. No, Hector is not a better man than Troilus. CRESSIDA: Excuse me.... ...road and powerful fan, Puffing at all, winnows the light away; And what hath mass or matter, by itself Lies rich in virtue and unmingled. Troilus and ... ...ticular, shall give a scantling Of good or bad unto the general; And in such indexes, although small pricks To their subsequent volumes, there is seen... ...icks To their subsequent volumes, there is seen The baby figure of the giant mass Of things to come at large. It is supposed He that meets Hector issu... ... of falsehood, If ever she leave Troilus! Time, force, and death, Do to this body what extremes you can; But the strong base and building of my love I... ...er foot speaks; her wanton spirits look out At every joint and motive of her body. O, these encounterers, so glib of tongue, That give accosting welco...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Enoch Arden

By: Alfred Lord Tennyson

.......................................................................... 67 Index of First Lines ......................................................... ..., our pride Looks only for a moment whole and sound; Like that long-buried body of the king, Found lying with his urns and ornaments, Which at a touch... ...at still Took joyful note of all things joyful, beam’d, Beneath a manelike mass of rolling gold, Their best and brightest, when they dwelt on hers. Ed... ...es: nature crost Was mother of the foul adulteries That saturate soul with body. Name, too! name, Their ancient name! they might be proud; its worth ... ...ye, sweating and trembling, His hair as it were crackling into flames, His body half flung forward in pursuit, And his long arms stretch’d as to grasp... ...murmur heard aerially, Phantom sound of blows descending, moan of an enemy massacred, Phantom wail of women and children, multitudinous agonies. Blood... ...steeds Stood by their cars, waiting the throned morn. 69 Enoch Arden, &c. Index of First Lines A A city clerk, but gently born and bred; 39 All alon...

..................................................................................................................................................... 67 Index of First Lines .................................................................................................................................................... 69...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Poems of Emily Dickinson

By: Martha Dickinson Bianchi

... The Single Hound .....................................................251 Index of First Lines.......................................................... ..., she is inevitable, unequivocal. Evasion of fact she knew not, though her body might flit away from interruption, leaving an in- truder to “Think tha... ...; For ’t is His institution,— The complement of hell. LXX THE body grows outside,— The more convenient way,— That if the spirit like to h... ... birds, Pathetic from the grass, A minor nation celebrates Its unobtrusive mass. No ordinance is seen, So gradual the grace, A pensive custom it becom... ...s and the sea! Now Death usurps my premium And gets the look at Thee. 327 Index of First Lines A A bird came down the walk: 95 A cap of lead across ... ...Bible is an antique volume 304 The blunder is to estimate,— 259 334 The body grows outside,— 44 The brain is wider than the sky, 74 The brain wit...

...d Eternity....................................................176 Part Five The Single Hound .....................................................251 Index of First Lines.....................................................................327...

Read More
       
1
|
2
|
3
|
4
|
5
Records: 1 - 20 of 130 - Pages: 
 
 





Copyright © World Library Foundation. All rights reserved. eBooks from Project Gutenberg are sponsored by the World Library Foundation,
a 501c(4) Member's Support Non-Profit Organization, and is NOT affiliated with any governmental agency or department.