Search Results (45 titles)

Searched over 7.2 Billion pages in 0.61 seconds

 
Chemical Elements (X) English (X) PDF (eBook) (X) Law (X) Most Popular Books in China (X)

       
1
|
2
|
3
Records: 1 - 20 of 45 - Pages: 
  • Cover Image

The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

...ur natural state will blast every cell, every gland, every nerve. It is a chemical change. An alchemy of some sort takes place. But this state has no... ...ort takes place. But this state has nothing to do with the experiences of chemical drugs. Those are experiences, this is not. _______ Does such a... ...false continuity, which destroys the body. It is radically disturbing the chemical balance of the body. The body, which is only interested in surviva... ...ystem demands that relationships be based on love, but the most important elements are security and possessiveness. When your hold on the other weak... ... I think our whole thinking has to be put on a different track. It is all chemical. If, as they say, desires are hormones, then the whole ethical co...

Read More
  • Cover Image

First and Last Things : A Confession of Faith and a Rule of Life

By: H. G. Wells

...n matters. There is more excuse for one here than for the amateur maker of chemical theories, or the man who evolves a system of surgery in his leisur... ...It is true, I hold, of all things. Y ou will think perhaps of atoms of the elements as instances of identically similar things, but these are things n... ...THERHOOD THERHOOD THERHOOD THERHOOD The idea of organizing the progressive elements in the social chaos into a regular developing force is one that ha... ...from being a power, would 85 H. G . Wells be an isolation. Manifestly the elements of organization and uniformity were overdone in my Utopia; in this... ...n every other; secession is the beginning of a new integration. The living elements leave the dead or dying form and gradu- 98 First and Last Things ... ...p-boilers which assures its customers that the soap they make “contains no chemicals.” Drugs are supposed to be a mystic diabolical class of substance... ...to his individual fellow creature. They play against each other, providing elements of contradiction and determining a balanced course. It seems to me...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Time Machine

By: H. G. Wells

...and Filby. But the Time T raveller had more than a touch of whim among his elements, and we distrusted him. Things that would have made the frame of a... ...ms into such intimate contact with those of the ob- stacle that a profound chemical reaction—possibly a far- reaching explosion—would result, and blow...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The House on the Beach

By: George Meredith

...ne fetched the breath, as when men are in the presence of the tremen- dous elements of nature. It sounded the constitution more darkly-awful, and with... ...s champagne!” said Fellingham. “It must be like the contact of two hostile chemical ele- ments.” Annette walked faster. They descended from the shingl... ...e Meredith man, and yet I went and enlisted in the cavalry. If you talk of chemical substances, old Mart Tinman was a sneak who never cared a dump for... ...warned him of 71 George Meredith his accession of property exposed to the elements. Both he and his sister attributed their nervousness to the sinist... ...here are in the world!” meaning, between a man exposed to the wrath of the elements, and the same individual reading from vellum, in that suit, in a p...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Scenes from a Courtesans Life

By: Honoré de Balzac

...back to efface the fatal letters, and altered his complexion by the use of chemicals. Thus meta- morphosing himself face to face with the corpse, he c... ...symptoms.” “The stomach is, in fact, full of food substances; but short of chemical analysis, I find no evidence of poison. “If the characters of cere... ...lty man there with his remorse for company, in silence and dark- ness, two elements of horror, and you will wonder how he ever failed to go mad. What ... ...s, is not far off when the process shall be discovered by which feeling is chemically converted into a fluid not unlike the electric fluid. The phenom... ...effect of gener- osity on this nature, a compound, like bronze, of various elements, of good and evil. Again, Monsieur de Granville, who had reached t...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Billy Budd

By: Herman Melville

...ughman of the troubled waters, life-long contending with the in- tractable elements, there was nothing this honest soul at heart loved better than sim... ...nably impute to a dog of Saint Bernard’s breed. Habitually living with the elements and knowing little 12 Billy Budd more of the land than as a beach... ...ng horse fresh from the pasture sud- denly inhaling a vile whiff from some chemical factory, and by repeated snortings tries to get it out of his nos-...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...eak-minded persons. And these would soon appear to have been but the first elements of confusion under the improved views of spiritual rights. The doc... ...hemistry had its first origin in Arabia; and it is not impossible that the chemical nomenclature for gold and silver, viz. sol and luna, were derived ... ...duality—so indispensable, amongst a thousand other great uses, to the very elements of social distinctions and social rights, But for the endless circ... ...should sketch a rapid out- line [Greek Text: os en tupo pexilabeln] of its elements, (to speak by a metaphor borrowed from practical astronomy)— i. e.... ...dst some Salvator-Rosa-look- ing solitudes of Calabria—how often have such elements, 126 Theological Essays and Other Papers – V olume Two semi-consc... ...page of general history. We do not at all question great stamina and noble elements in the modern Greek character—generations of independence will car...

Read More
  • Cover Image

One of Our Conquerors

By: George Meredith

...ved the profession. He was that man in fifty thousand who despises hostile elements and goes unpunished, calmly erect among a sneezing and tumbled hos... ...cal; he had not the sensation of cold, other than that of an effort of the elements to arouse him; and so quick was he, through this fine animation, t... ...t a sign of the clock, was beyond him. It pointed to one of the embod- ied elements, hot from Nature’s workshop. It told of the en- durance of powers,... ...ses of what is denied to their external vision: thus they fortify credence chemically on an abundance of meats and liquors; fire they eat, and they dr... ...s.’ Victor stepped mutely beneath the windows of the bellied glass-urns of chemical wash. The woman might be inside there now! She might have seen his... ...d round the corners. There you have Na- ture, if you want her naked in her elements, for a text. He loved his Nataly truly, even fervently, after the ... ...ing and bear- ing the imprimatur of common sense. They refreshed him, as a chemical scent a crowded room. All because he could not open his breast to ... ...ated almost hon- estly her positive negative. How we are mixed of the many elements! she thought, as an observer; and self-justifyingly thought on, an... ...Mrs. Marsett, was of the class of mixtures prop- erly to be handed over to chemical experts for analysis! She had her aspirations on behalf of her sex...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Doctor Grimshawe's Secret a Romance

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...ed up with bookshelves, and various machines and contrivances, electrical, chemical, and distillatory, wherewith he might pursue such researches as we... ...been a picturesque one, made up as it was of several apparently discordant elements, each of which happened to be so combined as to make a more effect... ...him better than the Doctor ever succeeded in doing. He touched springs and elements in the nature of both that had never been touched till now, and th... ...b and finger, turned it over and over, and then proceeded to rub it with a chemical substance which soon made it bright. It proved to be a silver key,... ...robe as of one who abides within doors, and has nothing to do with outward elements; a pair of slippers. A dull, dreamy reverie seems to have possesse... ...ow how I sprung out of mystery, akin to none, a thing concocted out of the elements, without visible agency; how all through my boyhood I was alone; h... ...n, sweet grass, which thou wilt not scorn to associate with thy dissolving elements, remembering that thy forefather owed a debt, for his own birth an...

Read More
  • Cover Image

20, 000 Leagues under the Sea

By: Jules Verne

... commander of this floating dwelling-place proceed? Would he obtain air by chemical means, in getting by heat the oxygen contained in chlorate of pota... ...s Under the Sea the wherewithal to make the electricity—sodium to feed the elements, coal from which to get the sodium, and a coal-mine to supply the ... ... of the mountain. There must have been a terrible struggle between the two elements, a struggle which ended in the victory of Neptune. But many ages h... ... by the carbonic acid with which the air was filled—ah! if we had only the chemical means to drive away this deleterious gas. We had plenty of oxygen;... ...d, some miles from the port of New York. I can describe this strife of the elements! for, instead of fleeing to the depths of the sea, Captain Nemo, b... ...ve in which to reflect their image. As I thought of the deep calm of these elements, compared with all those passions brooding imperceptibly within th...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Confidence- Man

By: Herman Melville

...ce, that it is atheistical? And here is my prime reason for opposing these chemical practitioners, who have sought out so many inventions. For what do... ... upon the power above? T ry to rid my mind of it as I may, yet still these chemical practitioners with their tinctures, and fumes, and braziers, and o... ... on in him for things as unbeknown in present time to him as me— a sort of chemical preparation in the soul. for malice, as chemical preparation in th... ...ught, assimilate with it, and swell it. At last, tak- ing counsel with the elements, he comes to his resolution. An intenser Hannibal, he makes a vow,...

Read More
  • Cover Image

In the Days of the Comet

By: H. G. Wells

...d seemed to think that; how that the spectroscope was already sounding its chemical secrets, perplexed by the unprecedented band in the green, how it ... ... intention of achieving financial adventures. The dishonest and reck- less elements were indeed so evident in this movement as to add very greatly to ... ...upon occasion be; but the poison in the air, its poverty in all the nobler elements which made such moments rare and remarkable—all that has 135 H. G... ...ase wrappings, of its pride, its suspicions, its mercenary and competitive elements, until at last it stood up in our minds stark, shining and invinci...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Portrait of a Lady

By: Henry James

...er and aspect of a particular engaging young woman, to which all the usual elements of a “subject,” certainly of a setting, were to need to be super a... ... a familiar truth to the novelist, at the strenuous hour, that, as certain elements in any work are of the essence, so others are only of the form; th... ... minimum of strain. The interest was to be raised to its pitch and yet the elements to be kept in their key; so that, should the whole thing duly impr... ...ore than one gives up one’s grandmother. They’re both antecedent to choice—elements of one’s composition that are not to be eliminated.” “I suppose th... ... occasion, as we know, a certain alarm. This alarm was composed of several elements, not all of which were disagreeable; she had indeed spent some day... ...and I don’t mean you by yourself. But together you’re dangerous— like some chemical combination.” “You had better leave us alone then,” smiled Madame ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Abbeychurch or Self-Control and Self-Conceit

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ith some cheap stuff which looks quite as well as isinglass. It is made on chemical principles, she says, for she heard it all explained at the Mechan... ...d not help it. Your speech put me in mind of the prints from Albano’s four elements. Do not you re- 65 CHARLOTTE M YONGE member Juno’s visit to AEolu...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Vanity Fair

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

.... And as if all things conspired in favour of the gentle Rebecca, the very elements (although she was not inclined at first to acknowledge their actio... ...ocal and instrumental; in dancing, without the aid of a master; and in the elements of natural sciences. In the use of the globes both are proficients... ...Cor- pus College, Cambridge), can instruct in the Syriac language, and the elements of Constitutional law. But as she is only eigh- teen years of age,... ...an electrifying machine, a turning lathe, a theatre (in the wash-house), a chemical appa- ratus, and what he called a select library of all the works ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Dombey and Son

By: Charles Dickens

...on of an object, whether of the senses or of the intellect, into its first elements.” As opposed to synthesis, you observe. Now you know what analysis... ... analysis, which could hardly have dis- composed him more if it had been a chemical process; but he was very good to Paul, and so was T ozer, and so w... ...hrinking on, cowering before the angry weather, and looking as if the very elements rejected them. Day after day, such travellers crept past, but alwa... ...ach no importance to them in the least, except as develop- ing these minor elements of Soul; and that, unlike most Mamas-in-law (that odious phrase, d... ... have made it more unhappy, than the wilful and determined warfare of such elements. His pride was set upon maintaining his magnificent supremacy , an...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Bram Stoker's Dracula

By: Bram Stoker

...n callous, and the heart of him is not, he can, within his range, direct the elements, the storm, the fog, the thunder, he can command all the meaner... ..., Undead for all these centuries, is full of strangeness of the geologic and chemical world. There are deep caverns and fissures that reach none Chapt... ...ause she, too, know not what it mean, what it might mean. Just as there are elements which rest, yet when in nature’s course they move on their way a...

Read More
  • Cover Image

God the Invisible King

By: H. G. Wells

...ngs; but it will be found that these two ideas are, so to speak, the basal elements of all theology in the world. The writer is chary of assertion or ... ...ne ‘a series of lucky accidents’—the chance blowing by the wind of certain chemicals into pools on the primitive earth—accounting for the first appear... ...sness of our apparently homogeneous selves, the unincorporated and warring elements that seemed at first altogether absent from the synthesis of conve... ...n fashion to call his neighbour’s attention to what he sees. The necessary elements of religion could be written on a post card; this book, small as i...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Country of the Blind and Other Stories

By: H. G. Wells

...he big electro-magnet, had some extraor- dinary twist given to his retinal elements through the sud- den change in the field of force due to the light... ...lled me down, quite late in the evening,—nearly nine it was,—from cramming chemical equations for my Preliminary Scientific examination. He was standi... ...s, and Plattner was supervising these in the small class-room in which the chemical teaching was conducted. The appliances for the practical teaching ... ... about, and, one night, danced with Creole girls, who found Holroyd’s poor elements of Spanish, without either past tense or future, amply suffi- cien... ...ould change. They led a simple, laborious life, these people, with all the elements of virtue and happiness, as these things can be un- derstood by me...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Dead Souls

By: D. J. Hogarth

...n an exposure of all Russia—what would foreigners think of it? The liberal elements, however, the critical Belinsky 6 Dead Souls among them, welcomed... ... and that he had to employ much force of will to curb within himself those elements which longed to burst forth and revel in freedom. He thought thing... ...ng Franklin’s Notes on Electricity, Virgil’s Georgics, or some work on the chemical properties of soil. “Good gracious!” mentally exclaimed Chichikov....

Read More
       
1
|
2
|
3
Records: 1 - 20 of 45 - Pages: 
 
 





Copyright © World Library Foundation. All rights reserved. eBooks from Project Gutenberg are sponsored by the World Library Foundation,
a 501c(4) Member's Support Non-Profit Organization, and is NOT affiliated with any governmental agency or department.