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- noun Plural form of
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Different kinds of apples brown with different rapidities, and the browning always begins at the core.
I merely look on at the rapidities of change with unalloyed interest.
Between these numbers are those of different rapidities, which affect the eye -- as orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, in an almost infinite number of shades -- according to the sensitiveness of the eye.
It seems no place for the actual realities of our railroad days, and there is a sort of impertinence in bringing us by such means close to its quiet old walls; you feel thrown, as it were, from the go-a-head rapidities of modern times into the calm, heavy, slow-going days of Kaiser Maximilian, without time to consider the change.