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Metamorphose в предложении (на )

  1. It can metamorphose.
  2. The hunters metamorphose to run on their hind legs.
  3. She must metamorphose into the next creature, Garcia said.
  4. Grandet came down the staircase thinking of his splendid speculation in government securities, and wondering how he could metamorphose his Parisian silver into solid gold; he was making up his mind to invest in this way everything he could lay hands on until the Funds should reach a par value.
  5. Fred felt sure that he should have a present from his uncle, that he should have a run of luck, that by dint of "swapping" he should gradually metamorphose a horse worth forty pounds into a horse that would fetch a hundred at any moment—"judgment" being always equivalent to an unspecified sum in hard cash.

  1. Consequently, their gentle features, their sensitive expressions equal to those of the loveliest women, their soft, limpid eyes, their charming poses, led the ancients to glorify them by metamorphosing the males into sea gods and the females into mermaids.
  1. We become metamorphosed forever.
  2. Her earlier jubilation has metamorphosed into concern.
  3. The ward had been metamorphosed into something closer.
  4. She let out a guttural groan that metamorphosed into quiet tears.
  5. However, slowly the ruins metamorphosed into a very spectacular sight.
  6. Israel has metamorphosed into the Body of Christ - blasphemy at its most blasphemous.
  7. All these have contributed to your belief system, which too has undoubtedly metamorphosed.
  8. The most fantastic dream seemed suddenly to have been metamorphosed into the most vivid reality.
  9. For a moment I was confused, but shortly afterwards confusion metamorphosed into fear and apprehension.
  10. All of a sudden, our country home metamorphosed into a beehive of sort, with many vehicles frequently moving in and out.
  11. He realised as he grappled with these ideas that they were nonsense: an intrusive stranger and a bedroom that metamorphosed into a cell.
  12. As the transaction metamorphosed over a period of months, it occurred to me that if I collected some money from it I was going to leave the United States and go to Mexico.
  13. He finds himself on a little desert isle, a little living room alone in the midst of a universe, with a honeycomb that has turned into a bear trap, with a butterfly metamorphosed into a wasp.
  14. Inland, along the whole northern bank of the Plata, I saw, besides modern tertiary beds, only one small patch of slightly metamorphosed rock, which alone could have formed a part of the original capping of the granitic series.
  15. The town, centre for the ill-fated groundnut scheme which then became the school for European children, had again metamorphosed into the main base camp for insurgency operations against the white-ruled regimes in Southern Africa.
  16. Desa did a quick little tinkle, Klegnif’s drone metamorphosed into an orchestra and Alan got blown halfway back to YingolNeerie because suddenly that yandrille was screaming in all colors and the whole room was stomping with it.
  17. They passed the gates, visited the manikin anchorite in his grotto, tried the mysterious little effects of the famous cabinet of mirrors, the wanton trap worthy of a satyr become a millionaire or of Turcaret metamorphosed into a Priapus.
  18. It is familiar to almost every one, that in a flower the relative position of the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistils, as well as their intimate structure, are intelligible on the view that they consist of metamorphosed leaves, arranged in a spire.
  19. Naturalists frequently speak of the skull as formed of metamorphosed vertebrae; the jaws of crabs as metamorphosed legs; the stamens and pistils in flowers as metamorphosed leaves; but it would in most cases be more correct, as Professor Huxley has remarked, to speak of both skull and vertebrae, jaws and legs, etc.
  20. According to the views here maintained, such language may be used literally; and the wonderful fact of the jaws, for instance, of a crab retaining numerous characters, which they probably would have retained through inheritance, if they had really been metamorphosed from true though extremely simple legs, is in part explained.
  21. It does not seem probable that the most ancient beds have been quite worn away by denudation, or that their fossils have been wholly obliterated by metamorphic action, for if this had been the case we should have found only small remnants of the formations next succeeding them in age, and these would always have existed in a partially metamorphosed condition.
  22. The immense areas in some parts of the world, for instance in South America, of naked metamorphic rocks, which must have been heated under great pressure, have always seemed to me to require some special explanation; and we may perhaps believe that we see in these large areas the many formations long anterior to the Cambrian epoch in a completely metamorphosed and denuded condition.
  23. He may ask where are the remains of those infinitely numerous organisms which must have existed long before the Cambrian system was deposited? We now know that at least one animal did then exist; but I can answer this last question only by supposing that where our oceans now extend they have extended for an enormous period, and where our oscillating continents now stand they have stood since the commencement of the Cambrian system; but that, long before that epoch, the world presented a widely different aspect; and that the older continents, formed of formations older than any known to us, exist now only as remnants in a metamorphosed condition, or lie still buried under the ocean.
  24. Little did I believe that the time would ever come when it would be my lot thus to press economy upon a Republican majority—to intreat that they would come down, not to any ideal imaginary standard of perfection—not to any theoretical proposition of mine—but that in practice they would come down, on the subject of naval expenditure, to the standard established by their Federal predecessors: and that too when we have lost, as I stated before, the Philadelphia and General Greene, and when, I believe, the John Adams is in a condition that I will not attempt to describe—I understand this vessel is so cut down and metamorphosed that nobody knows what to make of her; that she retains nothing of her former character.
  1. Like most metamorphoses it will take him a while to reinvent himself.
  2. Ovid sees four major divisions (after a prologue depicting the creation and primordial events) to the metamorphoses:.
  3. O I had oft’ observ’d the dire Metamorphoses that o’ertake the Human Creature as it grows from Infancy to Old Age.
  4. Why do you think Ovid’s tales are called metamorphoses, eh? Because humans were being metamorphized in their dreams by alien intelligences that were not completely human.
  5. In this case the gradual acquirement at an earlier and earlier age of the adult structure would be favoured by natural selection; and all traces of former metamorphoses would finally be lost.
  6. The metamorphoses of insects, with which every one is familiar, are generally effected abruptly by a few stages; but the transformations are in reality numerous and gradual, though concealed.
  7. The later history of this company was on the extraordinary side, and illustrates some of the strange metamorphoses that have taken place in American business, great and small, in recent years.
  8. Now we come to the story of Abram, who linguistically metamorphoses to Abraham sometime after he follows his God’s directive to go out from the land of his birth to a land that I will show you.
  9. In the cases in which we know of no intermediate or transitional states, we should be extremely cautious in concluding that none can have existed, for the metamorphoses of many organs show what wonderful changes in function are at least possible.
  10. In summer, he metamorphoses himself into a frog; and in the evening, when night is falling, in front of the bridges of Austerlitz and Jena, from the tops of coal wagons, and the washerwomen's boats, he hurls himself headlong into the Seine, and into all possible infractions of the laws of modesty and of the police.
  11. Why was Ovid’s 1st part of The Metamorphoses re-named ‘The Divine Comedy’, when Dante’s book named by that title had already been written? Why have these two ancient books with the same identical name never been compared to each other, eh? Why were these two writers born 1,200 year apart? 1,200 years is a natural harmonic cycle.
  12. An outlandish delegate sustained against both these views, with such heat as almost carried conviction, the theory of copulation between women and the males of brutes, his authority being his own avouchment in support of fables such as that of the Minotaur which the genius of the elegant Latin poet has handed down to us in the pages of his Metamorphoses.
  13. It floats, it flows about her starborn flesh and loose it streams, emerald, sapphire, mauve and heliotrope, sustained on currents of the cold interstellar wind, winding, coiling, simply swirling, writhing in the skies a mysterious writing till, after a myriad metamorphoses of symbol, it blazes, Alpha, a ruby and triangled sign upon the forehead of Taurus.
  14. This problem (I hope it’s a temporary one) is aggravated by the fact that we, in our three-dimensional system of Perception, subjectively identify specific properties of the representatives of both these branches of Forms with flaks (Nonmaterial) features of existence that are not characteristic of the biological analogs of NUU-VVU-Formo-Types currently focused by Us, with that which we cannot do: they are able to move freely in their typical information space, although in a narrower range than in our Space-Time; they are less attached to their external Forms of self-expression typical of their ranges and easily transform from one Form into another Form, to say nothing of all possible qualitative metamorphoses inside their Forms, and other abilities.

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