his struggles--despite his strength and activity, which seemed wasted in a void, he felt the cold fingers close upon his throat.
the fact, therefore, that all Nietzsche's views in this respect were dictated to him by the profoundest love; despite
Zarathustra's reservation in this discourse, that "with women nothing (that can be said) is impossible," and in the face of other overwhelming evidence to the contrary, Nietzsche is universally reported to have mis son pied dans le plat, where the female sex is concerned.
The president tore open the envelope, read the dispatch, and, despite
his remarkable powers of self-control, his lips turned pale and his eyes grew dim, on reading the twenty words of this telegram.
Fogg accordingly tasted the dish, but, despite its spiced sauce, found it far from palatable.
Fogg talked about was not really in good earnest, and whether his fate was not in truth forcing him, despite his love of repose, around the world in eighty days!
the un-Russian appearance of the locality and surroundings- fruit gardens, stone fences, tiled roofs, and hills in the distance- and despite
the fact that the inhabitants (who gazed with curiosity at the soldiers) were not Russians, the regiment had just the appearance of any Russian regiment preparing for an inspection anywhere in the heart of Russia.
And yet, despite my physical loathing for alcohol, the brightest spots in my child life were the saloons.
Despite my two disastrous experiences, here was John Barleycorn, prevalent and accessible everywhere in the community, luring and drawing me.
In this respect, indeed, I feel nervous, for the reason that it is so difficult to divine what your taste in books may be, despite
my knowledge of your character.
my griefs, I did all in my power to appear composed and cheerful, well knowing that by manifesting any uneasiness, or any desire to escape, I should only frustrate my object.
She has seen that the tears are not dry on These cheeks, where the worm never dies, And has come past the stars of the Lion, To point us the path to the skies -- To the Lethean peace of the skies -- Come up, in despite
of the Lion, To shine on us with her bright eyes -- Come up, through the lair of the Lion, With love in her luminous eyes."
The first stage of Michael's new adventure involved no unusual hardship, despite
the fact that he was so cramped in his crate that he could not stand up and that the jolting and handling of the crate sent countless twinges of pain shooting through his shoulder.