But in the towns, and among men of business, the words "be felt by" are omitted and the sentence is abbreviated
to, "Let me ask you to feel Mr.
The sprawling Martians were no longer to be seen, the mound of blue-green powder had risen to cover them from sight, and a fighting-machine, with its legs contracted, crumpled, and abbreviated
, stood across the corner of the pit.
She insisted on taking her turns at walking, and when he breathed the panting mares on the steep, and Saxon stood by their heads caressing them and cheering them, Billy's joy was too deep for any turn of speech as he gazed at his beautiful horses and his glowing girl, trim and colorful in her golden brown corduroy, the brown corduroy calves swelling sweetly under the abbreviated
The story of the Odyssey, abbreviated
 in very simple prose, for children--of all ages--will speak for itself.
leg looked as though the devil had there clutched for the Cockney's soul and missed the shadow for the substance.
The neat little lady in mourning, whose light-brown ringlets are falling over the colored embroidery with which her fingers are busy, is of course Lucy Deane; and the fine young man who is leaning down from his chair to snap the scissors in the extremely abbreviated
face of the "King Charles" lying on the young lady's feet is no other than Mr.
She seldom abbreviated
the girl's name, and when she did so it was always a sign of affability.
What may be called the first part appeared originally in English in 1605 and is known by the abbreviated
title, 'The Advancement of Learning'; the expanded Latin form has the title, 'De Augmentis Scientiarum.' Its exhaustive enumeration of the branches of thought and knowledge, what has been accomplished in each and what may be hoped for it in the future, is thoroughly fascinating, though even here Bacon was not capable of passionate enthusiasm.
Within this circle is Jehovah's name, Forward and backward anagrammatiz'd, Th' abbreviated
names of holy saints, Figures of every adjunct to the heavens, And characters of signs and erring stars, By which the spirits are enforc'd to rise: Then fear not, Faustus, to be resolute, And try the utmost magic can perform.
Vixen could not even see her master look at them without painful excitement: she got into the hamper and got out again the next moment, and behaved with true feminine folly, though looking all the while as wise as a dwarf with a large old-fashioned head and body on the most abbreviated
He glanced down his beard, and, after a moment of thoughtful silence, handed to Razumov a half-sheet of notepaper--an abbreviated
note of matters already discussed, certain points of inquiry, the line of conduct agreed on, a few hints as to personalities, and so on.