It had returned to her sanctified in her eyes; made precious as material things sometimes are by being forever identified
with a significant moment of one's existence.
The Mengwe, the Maquas, the Mingoes, and the Iroquois, though not all strictly the same, are identified
frequently by the speakers, being politically confederated and opposed to those just named.
Indeed, with a feminine eye for costume, she had at once identified
the damask dressing-gown, which enveloped him, as the same in figure, material, and fashion, with that so elaborately represented in the picture.
You, sir, of all men whom I have known, are he whose body is the closest conjoined, and imbued, and identified
, so to speak, with the spirit whereof it is the instrument.
By the above definition of what a whale is, I do by no means exclude from the leviathanic brotherhood any sea creature hitherto identified
with the whale by the best informed Nantucketers; nor, on the other hand, link with it any fish hitherto authoritatively regarded as alien.
It took a couple of hours to get them out of the way, and in the end Jurgis saw them go into the chilling rooms with the rest of the meat, being carefully scattered here and there so that they could not be identified
When he had identified
these objects in what benighted mind he had, he said, in a dialect that was just intelligible:
When I went to dinner next day, and on the street door being opened, plunged into a vapour-bath of haunch of mutton, I divined that I was not the only guest, for I immediately identified
the ticket-porter in disguise, assisting the family servant, and waiting at the foot of the stairs to carry up my name.
I thought, feeling my heart shoot as I identified
In the representations of the Comic poets, and in the opinion of the multitude, he had been identified
with the teachers of physical science and with the Sophists.
It was this deficiency, I considered, while running over in thought the perfect keeping of the character of the premises with the accredited character of the people, and while speculating upon the possible influence which the one, in the long lapse of centuries, might have exercised upon the other--it was this deficiency, perhaps, of collateral issue, and the consequent undeviating transmission, from sire to son, of the patrimony with the name, which had, at length, so identified
the two as to merge the original title of the estate in the quaint and equivocal appellation of the "House of Usher"--an appellation which seemed to include, in the minds of the peasantry who used it, both the family and the family mansion.
But, writing as a Historian, he has identified
himself(perhaps too closely) with the views generally adopted by Flatland, and (as he has been informed) even by Spaceland, Historians; in whose pages (until very recent times) the destinies of Women and of the masses of mankind have seldom been deemed worthy of mention and never of careful consideration.