This, on arriving in Pulteney Street, took the direction of extraordinary hunger, and when that was appeased, changed into an earnest longing to be in bed; such was the extreme point
of her distress; for when there she immediately fell into a sound sleep which lasted nine hours, and from which she awoke perfectly revived, in excellent spirits, with fresh hopes and fresh schemes.
He was a pedant, to the most extreme point
, the greatest pedant I had met on earth, and with that had a vanity only befitting Alexander of Macedon.
Quickly lighting the pyre in a dozen places, he hurried to the extreme point
of the promontory, where he stripped off his shirt, and, tying it to a fallen branch, stood waving it back and forth above him.
At last her restlessness reached an extreme point
. She would sometimes begin to cry suddenly and was often ill and feverishly delirious.
to the extreme point
of Tierra del Fuego, is densely covered by impenetrable forests.
Near the end, Hall and Billy went out of sight over the south side of the backbone, and when Saxon saw them again they were rounding the extreme point
of rock and coming back on the cove side.
There was an open square for the market-place; and in the centre of it, a large inn with a sign-post in front, displaying an object very common in art, but rarely met with in nature--to wit, a blue lion, with three bow legs in the air, balancing himself on the extreme point
of the centre claw of his fourth foot.
For at the extreme point
nearest them stood up an odd-looking building, unlike anything they could remember or connect with any purpose.
This is an extreme point
. Destiny gives us to one another.
Before lowering the boat for the chase, the upper end of the line is taken aft from the tub, and passing round the logger-head there, is again carried forward the entire length of the boat, resting crosswise upon the loom or handle of every man's oar, so that it jogs against his wrist in rowing; and also passing between the men, as they alternately sit at the opposite gunwales, to the leaded chocks or grooves in the extreme pointed
prow of the boat, where a wooden pin or skewer the size of a common quill, prevents it from slipping out.
But as the original species (I) differed largely from (A), standing nearly at the extreme points
of the original genus, the six descendants from (I) will, owing to inheritance, differ considerably from the eight descendants from (A); the two groups, moreover, are supposed to have gone on diverging in different directions.
In all of these cases, deliberation moves people toward a more extreme point
in line with their predeliberation positions.(62)