The day after the opera the Rostovs went nowhere
and nobody came to see them.
are the ladies more assiduously courted; nowhere
are they better appreciated as the contributors to our highest enjoyments; and nowhere
are they more sensible of their power.
was pictured any of his own people; in all the book was none that resembled Kerchak, or Tublat, or Kala.
in particular," was the reply, "although it is my intention soon to visit the Emerald City and arrange to give a course of lectures to select audiences on the 'Advantages of Magnification.'"
Now, in the words of the writer before quoted--the learned doctor himself nowhere
puts it so concisely: "A man inclosed in such a closet could neither see nor be seen; neither hear nor be heard; neither feel nor be felt; neither live nor die, for both life and death are processes which can take place only where there is force, and in empty space no force could exist." Are these the awful conditions (some will ask) under which the friends of the lost are to think of them as existing, and doomed forever to exist?
The name means "nowhere
," from two Greek words, "ou," no, and "topos," a place.
The poor fellow could not endure the terrors of the white man's parlor, and felt at home and at peace nowhere
but in the kitchen.
For five days he toiled on at "Overdue," going nowhere
, seeing nobody, and eating meagrely.
In the population that throngs the st reets, the extremes of Wealth and the extremes of Poverty meet, as they meet nowhere
The undergrowth was, in places, thick, but nowhere
Although we could nowhere
find, during our whole visit, a single drop of fresh water, yet some must exist; for by an odd chance I found on the surface of the salt water, near the head of the bay, a Colymbetes not quite dead, which must have lived in some not far distant pool.
The rich grew in a moment poor, and the poor as suddenly became rich; so that it seemed a philosopher could nowhere
have so well instructed his pupils in the contempt of riches, at least he could nowhere
have better inculcated the incertainty of their duration.