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  • I will in like manner seize any occasion which may offer to do the like good turn for you with Condorcet, Rittenhouse, Madison, La Cretelle, or any other of those worthy sons of science whom you so justly prize.

    Letters

  • The Syriac Bible in like manner names the collection

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • That their Saxon ancestors had, under this universal law, in like manner left their native wilds and woods in the North of Europe, had possessed themselves of the island of Britain, then less charged with inhabitants, and had established there that system of laws which has so long been the glory and protection of that country.

    Memoir Correspondence And Miscellanies

  • As when the sea is uncommonly agitated, the water finds its way into creeks and holes of rocks, which in its calmer state it never reaches, in like manner the effect of these turbulent times is felt even at Orchard-side, where in general we live as undisturbed by the political element, as shrimps or cockles that have been accidentally deposited in some hollow beyond the water mark, by the usual dashing of the waves.

    Selected English Letters

  • If a man be acquainted with the cause of any nature (as whiteness or heat) in certain subjects only, his knowledge is imperfect; and if he be able to superinduce an effect on certain substances only (of those susceptible of such effect), his power is in like manner imperfect.

    The New Organon

  • De Baros relates that the Portuguese in like manner vainly attempted to destroy a Malay, so long as he wore a bracelet containing a bone set in gold, which rendered him proof against their swords.

    Bygone Beliefs

  • So also in the inquiry concerning the process of development in the generation of animals, from coition to birth; and in like manner of other bodies.

    The New Organon

  • And it may be remarked that in like manner his ultramontane conservatism in matters of theology and Biblical criticism did not hamper his warm sympathies with political Liberalism.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • That is to say, length is naturally commensurable with length, and breadth with breadth, and depth in like manner with depth?

    Laws

  • The weakest heat of all, I think, is that from tinder, such as we use to kindle flame with; and in like manner that of touchwood or tow, which is used in firing cannon.

    The New Organon

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