And if history has for its object the study of the movement of the nations and of humanity and not the narration of episodes in the lives of individuals, it too, setting aside the conception of cause, should seek the laws common to all the inseparably
interconnected infinitesimal elements of free will.
The new soldiers were now produced before the officer, who having examined the six-feet man, he being first produced, came next to survey Jones: at the first sight of whom, the lieutenant could not help showing some surprize; for besides that he was very well dressed, and was naturally genteel, he had a remarkable air of dignity in his look, which is rarely seen among the vulgar, and is indeed not inseparably
annexed to the features of their superiors.
She was, in fact, beginning very much to wonder that she had ever thought him pleasing at all; and his sight was so inseparably
connected with some very disagreeable feelings, that, except in a moral light, as a penance, a lesson, a source of profitable humiliation to her own mind, she would have been thankful to be assured of never seeing him again.
He had read somewhere that every man was born a Platonist, an Aristotelian, a Stoic, or an Epicurean; and the history of George Henry Lewes (besides telling you that philosophy was all moonshine) was there to show that the thought of each philospher was inseparably
connected with the man he was.
At last he found it--the heavy war spear that in past years had formed so important a feature of his daily life, almost of his very existence, so inseparably
had it been connected with his every action since the long-gone day that he had wrested his first spear from the body of a black victim of his savage training.
"I consider, on the contrary, that the two questions are inseparably
connected together," said Pestsov; "it is a vicious circle.
"I think," said Phil, "that a room where one dreams and grieves and rejoices and lives becomes inseparably
connected with those processes and acquires a personality of its own.
"Love followed her," says Walton, "in all places as inseparably
as shadows follow substances in sunshine."
Feminine traits, moulded inseparably
with those of the other sex!
Walking, it would be, I feared, since, for me, that idea was inseparably
associated with the visual impression of Fyne.
And if, in the remaining compositions which I shall introduce to you, there be more or less of a similar tone always apparent, let me remind you that (how or why we know not) this certain taint of sadness is inseparably
connected with all the higher manifestations of true Beauty.
Here are associations whose ties go over and under and through it, a meeting of merchants, a military corps, a college class, a fire-club, a professional association, a political, a religious convention;--the persons seem to draw inseparably
near; yet, that assembly once dispersed, its members will not in the year meet again.