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Again, those species which are distinguished
one from another and opposed one to another within the same genus are said to be 'simultaneous' in nature.
Advocate of Republican Institutions was seen pickling his shins in the ocean.
If the two sorts of causal laws could be sharply distinguished
, we could call an occurrence "physical" when it obeys causal laws appropriate to the physical world, and "mental" when it obeys causal laws appropriate to the mental world.
2] The distinguished
Prince de Ligne wrote her eight-page letters.
My eyes became accustomed to the light and to perceive objects in their right forms; I distinguished
the insect from the herb, and by degrees, one herb from another.
We have this on the authority of a distinguished
seaman of Nelson's time.
There are about thirty cases on record, of which the most famous, that of the Countess Cornelia de Baudi Cesenate, was minutely investigated and described by Giuseppe Bianchini, a prebendary of Verona, otherwise distinguished
in letters, who published an account of it at Verona in 1731, which he afterwards republished at Rome.
Of philosophy I will say nothing, except that when I saw that it had been cultivated for many ages by the most distinguished
men, and that yet there is not a single matter within its sphere which is not still in dispute, and nothing, therefore, which is above doubt, I did not presume to anticipate that my success would be greater in it than that of others; and further, when I considered the number of conflicting opinions touching a single matter that may be upheld by learned men, while there can be but one true, I reckoned as well-nigh false all that was only probable.
After I left school, I had the narrowest escape possible of intruding myself into another place of accommodation for distinguished
people; in other words, I was very nearly being sent to college.
Besides," added Barbicane, "even to the most piercing eye a man cannot be distinguished
farther than three and a half miles off; so that, if there are any Selenites, they can see our projectile, but we cannot see them.
I could plainly discover whence one family derives a long chin; why a second has abounded with knaves for two generations, and fools for two more; why a third happened to be crack-brained, and a fourth to be sharpers; whence it came, what Polydore Virgil says of a certain great house, NEC VIR FORTIS, NEC FOEMINA CASTA; how cruelty, falsehood, and cowardice, grew to be characteristics by which certain families are distinguished
as much as by their coats of arms; who first brought the pox into a noble house, which has lineally descended scrofulous tumours to their posterity.