This American government--what is it but a tradition, though a recent one, endeavoring to transmit itself unimpaired
to posterity, but each instant losing some of its integrity?
So he gave up at last, and left the king in possession of his style unimpaired
I know from terrible warnings I have noted in myself that my reason will not long remain unimpaired
, but I solemnly declare that I am at this time in the possession of my right mind--that my memory is exact and circumstantial--and that I write the truth as I shall answer for these my last recorded words, whether they be ever read by men or not, at the Eternal Judgment-seat.
Barkis made this abrupt announcement of their union, and could not hug me enough in token of her unimpaired
affection; but she soon became herself again, and said she was very glad it was over.
Rain had been falling in the night with her too, I surmised, but it had failed to dim her gay eyes, and had left her complexion unimpaired
His duty is to administer the present government, as it came to his hands, and to transmit it, unimpaired
by him, to his successor.
Thus, the balloon can neither ascend or descend, except within very narrow limits, and its resources, either in gas or ballast, remain comparatively unimpaired
She learned that (the intimacy between them continuing unimpaired
by Mr Elliot's marriage) they had been as before always together, and Mr Elliot had led his friend into expenses much beyond his fortune.
His hat tumbled to the carpet, his heavy umbrella slipped between his knees with a thud; he reached after the one and ducked after the other, but with an unimpaired
smile on his round face spoke simultaneously as follows:
He is in a helpless condition as to his lower, and nearly so as to his upper, limbs, but his mind is unimpaired
On the other hand, we heard wheels in the drive not long after midnight; and Raffles, who was beginning to scout among the shrubberies, stole back to tell me that the guests were departing, and being sped, with an unimpaired
conviviality which he failed to understand.
About his feet is spread the remnant of a city that once had a population of four million souls; and among its massed edifices stand the ruins of temples, columns, and triumphal arches that knew the Caesars, and the noonday of Roman splendor; and close by them, in unimpaired
strength, is a drain of arched and heavy masonry that belonged to that older city which stood here before Romulus and Remus were born or Rome thought of.