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  • Thus the work of the universe, now that it is better known, bespeaks a workman, and so many never-varying laws announce a law-giver.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • The different parties of hadjys, distinguished by their provinces or towns, keep close together; and each knows its never-varying station in the caravan, which is determined by the geographical proximity of the place from whence it comes.

    Travels in Arabia

  • If, observing himself, man sees that his will is always directed by one and the same law (whether he observes the necessity of taking food, using his brain, or anything else) he cannot recognize this never-varying direction of his will otherwise than as a limitation of it.

    War and Peace

  • At the end of that hour, she would pay her bill, and return again to her quarters: A steady, never-varying routine, Kira thought, and one that makes me very suspicious.

    Proud Helios

  • As Sergius turned and entered the house, those who had seen him saluted as the favorite of the emperor and the idol of the crowd, and thence had believed unbounded happiness must be his never-varying lot, would have been astonished to know how many things there were which rankled painfully in his heart, and, for the moment, made him discontented and fretful.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 4, April, 1864

  • Khadeejeh brought him wealth and this gave him the necessary time and ease in which to meditate, and the never-varying devotion and trust of his faithful wife brought him repose and the power to aid his impoverished uncle, and to be regarded among the tribes as a man of influence.

    Cosmic Consciousness

  • Jesus was intensely human in His earthly life -- He repeatedly said a never-varying "no" to the self-life, and lived a constant victory until the very last triumphant shout of victory on Calvary.

    Quiet Talks on Power

  • The same scenes, the same faces, the same limited range of books, the same dull friends, exhausted long ago -- no new nourishment for powers cloyed with their never-varying food -- these are what make rural life, as it is usually lived, unattractive and most unfruitful.

    Lessons in Life A Series of Familiar Essays

  • The individuality of every human soul is this new factor, and because of it, of its infinite variability -- because no two atoms that are cast into the crucible of life are ever the same, or can be wrought into character by the same means -- because of this, no fixed rules can ever be laid down for evolving a definite result, in the realm of soul, by never-varying means.

    The Evolution of Dodd

  • They planted corn, which never failed to grow tall; they hunted the buffalo through flowery vales, till they pierced his side with a never-varying arrow, Akkeewaisee asked the spirits if it was permitted to them to revisit the land of the living.

    Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 1 (of 3)


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