1 A man of facts and calculations.
2 But, Mrs. Sparsit was wrong in her calculation.
3 A calculated, cast up, balanced, and proved house.
4 The end to which it led was before him, pretty plainly; but he troubled himself with no calculations about it.
5 As to Tom, he was becoming that not unprecedented triumph of calculation which is usually at work on number one.
6 The calculations of various life assurance and annuity offices, among other figures which cannot go wrong, have established the fact.
7 You are not impulsive, you are not romantic, you are accustomed to view everything from the strong dispassionate ground of reason and calculation.
8 He really liked Sissy too well to have a contempt for her; otherwise he held her calculating powers in such very slight estimation that he must have fallen upon that conclusion.
9 The bridesmaids, down to little Jane Gradgrind, were, in an intellectual point of view, fit helpmates for the calculating boy; and there was no nonsense about any of the company.
10 All his proceedings were the result of the nicest and coldest calculation; and it was not without cause that Mrs. Sparsit habitually observed of him, that he was a young man of the steadiest principle she had ever known.
11 It is lamentable to think of; but this restraint was the result of no arithmetical process, was self-imposed in defiance of all calculation, and went dead against any table of probabilities that any Actuary would have drawn up from the premises.
12 Knowing that your clear head would propose that alternative, I have gone over the calculations in my mind; and I find that to compound a felony, even on very high terms indeed, would not be as safe and good for me as my improved prospects in the Bank.