An anchor is forged and fashioned for faithfulness; give it ground that it can bite, and it will hold till the cable parts, and then, whatever may afterwards befall its ship, that anchor is "lost." The honest, rough piece of iron, so simple in appearance, has more parts than the human body
has limbs: the ring, the stock, the crown, the flukes, the palms, the shank.
As this was his fourth offense, Miranda inquired how many bones there were in the human body
, "so 't they'd know when Mark got through breakin' 'em." The time for paying the interest on the mortgage, that incubus that had crushed all the joy out of the Randall household, had come and gone, and there was no possibility, for the first time in fourteen years, of paying the required forty-eight dollars.
I had after this described the reasonable soul, and shown that it could by no means be educed from the power of matter, as the other things of which I had spoken, but that it must be expressly created; and that it is not sufficient that it be lodged in the human body
exactly like a pilot in a ship, unless perhaps to move its members, but that it is necessary for it to be joined and united more closely to the body, in order to have sensations and appetites similar to ours, and thus constitute a real man.
I became acquainted with the science of anatomy, but this was not sufficient; I must also observe the natural decay and corruption of the human body
. In my education my father had taken the greatest precautions that my mind should be impressed with no supernatural horrors.
As I said just now, God alone knows what poor Captain March discovered--it must have been something too ghastly for human endurance, if my theory is correct that the once beautiful human body
of Lady Arabella is under the control of this ghastly White Worm."
The atmosphere of precautions and recriminations, and in the midst a human body
growing more vivid because it was in pain; the end of that body in Hilton churchyard; the survival of something that suggested hope, vivid in its turn against life's workaday cheerfulness;--all these were lost to Helen, who only felt that a pleasant lady could now be pleasant no longer.
"Mammy!" the little one cried again and again, stretching itself forward so as almost to escape from Silas's arms, before he himself was aware that there was something more than the bush before him--that there was a human body
, with the head sunk low in the furze, and half-covered with the shaken snow.
Percerin's workshop, which the Parisians rejoiced in hacking into so many pieces with the living human body
As I passed through the noisy throng, which by this time completely environed the Ti, I looked with fearful curiosity at the three packages, which now were deposited upon the ground; but although I had no doubt as to their contents, still their thick coverings prevented my actually detecting the form of a human body
'"God is Infinite Wisdom, and Power, and Goodness - and LOVE; but if this idea is too vast for your human faculties - if your mind loses itself in its overwhelming infinitude, fix it on Him who condescended to take our nature upon Him, who was raised to heaven even in His glorified human body
, in whom the fulness of the Godhead shines."
Dudley Pickering's attitude towards automobiles, on the other hand, more nearly resembled that of a surgeon towards the human body
. To him a car was something to dissect, something with an interior both interesting to explore and fascinating to talk about.
He said the use of sufficient quantity of vegetables on daily basis increased resistance in human body
against various diseases like blood pressure, cancer and blood sugar etc.