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" As we perceive the shadow to have moved along the dial, but did not perceive it moving ; and it appears that the grass has grown, though nobody ever saw it grow : so the advances we make in knowledge, as they consist of such minute steps, are only perceivable... "
A General Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary of the English Language: To ... - Sivu xxiv
tekijä(t) George Fulton - 1814 - 407 sivua
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The Popular Educator, Niteet 1–2;Nide 12

1867
...in the woods, almost beyond the sound of city-chime, at intervals heard through the breezeless air. As we perceive the shadow to have moved along the dial, but did not perceive its moving ; and it appears that the grass has grown, though nobody ever saw it grow : so the advances...

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Several Hands - 1781
...learning, confining of infenfible Heps, are only perceivable by the diltance. As we perceive the ihadow to have moved along the dial, but did not perceive it moving ; and it appears that the grafs has grown, though nobody ever law it grow: fo the advances we m;ke in knowledge, as they confift...

Elements of Elocution: In which the Principles of Reading and Speaking are ...

John Walker - 1799 - 398 sivua
...learning, confiding of infenfible fteps, are only perceivable by the diftance. As we perceive the fhadow to have moved along the dial, but did not perceive it moving ; and it appears the grafs has grown, though nobody ever faw it grow : fo the advances we make in knowledge, as they...

A Rhetorical Grammar: In which the Common Improprieties in Reading and ...

John Walker - 1801 - 392 sivua
...those compounded, since they include others, we separate the former by a semicolon, and the latter by commas. As we perceive the shadow to have moved...advances we make in knowledge, as they consist of such minute steps, are only perceivable by the distance. Here the advancement in knowledge is compared to...

An English Grammar: Comprehending the Principles and Rules of the ..., Nide 1

Lindley Murray - 1808
...a still greater pause is necessary, in order to mark the connecting or concluding sentiment : as, " As we perceive the shadow to have moved along the...but did not perceive it moving; and it appears that tlie grass lias grown, though nobody ever saw it grow : so the advances we make in knowledge, as they...

Elements of Elocution: In which the Principles of Reading and Speaking are ...

John Walker - 1810 - 379 sivua
...those compounded, since they include others, we separate the former by a semicolon, and the latter by commas. As we perceive the- shadow to have moved...perceive it moving ; and it appears that the grass has groxvn, though nobody ever saw it grow ; so the advances we make in knowledge, as they consist of such...

The printers' assistant; containing a sketch of the history of printing, an ...

Printer - 1810
...semicolon, the former are to be separated by a colon, as in the following senlencc: " As we,perceive the shadow to have moved along the dial, but did not perceive it moving ; and it appears the grass has grown, though nobody saw it grow : so the advance* •we make in knowledge, as they consist...

An English Grammar: Comprehending the Principles and Rules of the ..., Nide 1

Lindley Murray - 1819
...a still greater pause is necessary, in order to mark the connecting or concluding sentiment: as, " As we perceive the shadow to have moved along the...advances we make in knowledge, as they consist of such insensible steps, are only perceivable by the distance." " A Divine Legislator, uttering his voice...

A Rhetorical Grammar: In which Improprieties in Reading and Speaking are ...

John Walker - 1822 - 383 sivua
...so our advances in learning, consisting of insensible steps, are only perceivable by the distance. As we perceive the shadow to have moved along the dial, but rid not perceive it moving ; and it appears that the grass has grown, though nobody ever siiw it grow...

A Rhetorical Grammar: In which the Common Improprieties in Reading and ...

John Walker - 1823 - 373 sivua
...those compounded., since they include others, we separate the former by a semicolon, and the latter by commas, . As we perceive the shadow to have moved...advances we make in knowledge, as they consist of such minute steps, are only perceivable by the distance gone over. Here the advancement in knowledge is...




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