The wonder, Ursula, is, how your people could ever have got hold of that name, and similar ones.
Thomas Gordon Hake, must have been sufficiently striking at any period of his life.
We saw before the reason why Hermes is said to be the son of Maia, the eldest of the sister stars of spring.
The pain, swelling and tenderness is extreme, and the constitutional symptoms, while being severe are not usually grave.
The edges are sharply cut, and both base and edges are bound down to the deeper tissues.
A drop of blood from a man with septic infection will reproduce the disease when injected into the blood of an animal; hence it is a true infective disease.
One of the early signs of absorption is the appearance of the urine, which may assume a smoky, greenish or blackish hue.
This affection is nearly always very acute, beginning as an acute synovitis and extending to the articular fibrocartilages at an early date.
In this way, the leucocytes are able to pass through the interstices between cells, or along narrow channels in the tissues.
The cavity left by the slough rapidly fills with new granulations.
Among the most frequent complications is cellulitis, and this may sometimes be so severe as to necessitate operation.
Certain cases resisting such procedures are best treated with a plaster of Paris cast to immobilize the part for several months.
This symptom is due to the destruction of the synovial covering of the bone ends involved, permitting contact of bone with bone.
Perforating ulcer from lesions of the central nervous system is comparatively rare and it is doubtful if it is ever due to embolism or to ligation of the arteries.
One or several joints may be attacked simultaneously.
She was pale, and there were traces of tears on her cheeks, and Samson, as he glanced at her askance from under his heavy eyebrows before he rose, saw that she was struggling to repress some strong emotion.
The squire caught us, and we were going to stop, but he made us go on, and he saw fair.
As the latter had said, the girl was sleeping still, and Mrs. Busker saw that her position had not changed by a hair's breadth.
Dawn came at last, though it had seemed as if it never would break again, and, for the first time for many a year, the first gleam of sunlight saw her dressed and downstairs.
She scarcely saw them, or anything but the farmhouse, which drew her now with an influence as strong as its repulsion had been an hour ago.
It was bright moonlight now, and as she ran lightly across the Five Ash field in her white summer dress, Dick, waiting in the shelter of the hedge, saw her plainly, and advanced to meet her.
Of course, it was his fault--he saw it all clearly.
He should have the physical power to sit out any time in the midst of any row, no matter how noisy the crowd, and how heated the atmosphere.
The Saw Rock Canyon local fauna may also be middle Pliocene in age but is considered to be from the later part of the late Pliocene, and, therefore, somewhat younger than the Buis Ranch local fauna (Hibbard, op.
The Saw Rock Canyon fauna and its stratigraphic significance.
He assumed, in fact, a defensive attitude with which we were powerless to deal, and in the true spirit of defence he sprang out from time to time to deal us a counterstroke as he saw his opportunity.
His main function, as he and his Government saw it, was to prevent a descent from Southern France upon Neapolitan or Levantine territory.
He saw at once that a theory formed upon the abstract or absolute idea of war would not cover the ground, and therefore failed to give what was required for practical purposes.
The idea was to dispute the control by harassing operations, to exercise control at any place or at any moment as we saw a chance, and to prevent the enemy exercising control in spite of his superiority by continually occupying his attention.
He saw that real war was in fact an international relation which differed from other international relations only in the method we adopted to achieve the object of our policy.
He saw that there was one class of war where the political object was of so vital an importance to both belligerents that they would tend to fight to the utmost limit of their endurance to secure it.
He saw that the distinction between Limited and Unlimited war connoted a cardinal distinction in the methods of waging it.