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" In fact, so far as mere argument goes, they have been subjected to such a feu d'enfer that it is a miracle if any have escaped. But I have remarked that your typical practical man has an unexpected resemblance to one of Milton's angels. His spiritual... "
Nature - Página 333
editado por - 1882
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Colburn's New Monthly Magazine, Volumen96

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1852
...lago had not cloven feet.* The feet of Mrs. Trollope's splendid sinners reveal the cleft — almost as deep as a well, and as wide as a church door — through patent leather and all. Wondrous is her arithmetical mastery of these impossible quantities....
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays, Volumen32;Volumen964

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 páginas
...that it is a miracle if any have escaped. But I have remarked that your typical practical man has an unexpected resemblance to one of Milton's angels....ichor, celestial or otherwise, he is no whit the worse. So, if any of these opponents be left, I will not waste time in vain repetition of the demonstrative...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen18

1881
...that it is a miracle if they have escaped. But I have remarked that your t ypieal practical man has an unexpected resemblance to one of Milton's angels....weapons, may be as deep as a well and as wide as a church-door, but, beyond shedding a few drops of ichor, celestial or otherwise, he is no whit the worse....
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English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are ..., Volumen32

1881
...have remarked hat your typical practical man ha» an unexpected esemblimce to one of Milton's angols. His spiritual wounds, such as are inflicted by logical weapons, may be as deep as a well and as wide аз a church door, but beyond shedding a few drops of ichor, celestial or otherwise, he is no whit...
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Select works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 páginas
...that it is a miracle if any have escaped. But I have remarked that your typical practical man has an unexpected resemblance to one of Milton's angels....few drops of ichor, celestial or otherwise, he is no * The advocacy of the introduction of physical science into general educauou by George Comhc and others...
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Select Works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 páginas
...that it is a miracle if any have escaped. But I have remarked that your typical practical man has an unexpected resemblance to one of Milton's angels....weapons, may be as deep as a well and as wide as a cbureh door, but beyond shedding a few drops of ichor, celestial or otherwise, he is no * The advocacy...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volumen11

Edward Douglas Armour, Edward Betley Brown, Bram Thompson - 1891
...We know they are not. Again, the distinction between matter of fact and matter of law, though often "as deep as a well and as wide as a church door," becomes at times very subtle. The old enumeration into matter of fact, of law, and of mixed law and...
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Science and Education: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1896 - 451 páginas
...that it is a miracle if any have escaped. But I have remarked that your typical practical man has an unexpected resemblance to one of Milton's angels....ichor, celestial or otherwise, he is no whit the worse. So, if any of these opponents he left, I will not waste time in vain repetition of the demonstrative...
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A Strange, Sad Comedy

Molly Elliot Seawell - 1896 - 281 páginas
...expressive, and when you uttered those terrific sentiments, I saw that you were simply setting a trap for us, as deep as a well and as wide as a church door. But we won't walk in it to please you." Miss Maywood colored quickly. It never had occurred to her literal...
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Science and Education

Huxley, Thomas H. - 1898
...that it is a miracle if any have escaped. But I have remarked that your typical practical man has an unexpected resemblance to one of Milton's angels....ichor, celestial or otherwise, he is no whit the worse. So, if any of these opponents be left, I will not waste time in vain repetition of the demonstrative...
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