So Momulla went to Kai Shang and asked him if there was such an apparatus as a wireless by means of which ships could talk with each other
at great distances, and Kai Shang told him that there was.
The men in one of his visions, seen in heavenly light, appeared like dragons, and seemed in darkness; but to each other
they appeared as men, and when the light from heaven shone into their cabin, they complained of the darkness, and were compelled to shut the window that they might see.
In the meantime, Dame Aloise, delighted to see them thus bending towards each other
and whispering, said as she toyed with the clasps of her prayer-book,--
Maggie, if you loved me as I love you, we should throw everything else to the winds for the sake of belonging to each other
In the face of labor-saving machinery, of organized production, of the increased efficiency of combination, you would set the economic sun back a whole generation or so to the time when there were no great capitalists, no great machinery, no railroads--a time when a host of little capitalists warred with each other
in economic anarchy, and when production was primitive, wasteful, unorganized, and costly.
The common degrees of these are easily distinguished, though it is not impossible but in particular instances they may very nearly approach to each other
You can both of you go on quarrelling with all the world and with each other
on those two topics.
They ran towards each other
, and stood together hand in hand in the vast church of nature and of poetry, while over them sounded the invisible holy bell: blessed spirits floated around them, and lifted up their voices in a rejoicing hallelujah!
Now if in this particular science any one would attend to its original seeds, and their first shoot, he would then as in others have the subject perfectly before him; and perceive, in the first place, that it is requisite that those should be joined together whose species cannot exist without each other
, as the male and the female, for the business of propagation; and this not through choice, but by that natural impulse which acts both upon plants and animals also, for the purpose of their leaving behind them others like themselves.