1 Rather, it was Gerald's compact smallness that made him what he was, for he had learned early that little people must be hardy to survive among large ones.
2 Its modest "effects," compact of enamel paint and ingenuity, spoke to him in the language just then sweetest to his ear.
3 That blubber is something of the consistence of firm, close-grained beef, but tougher, more elastic and compact, and ranges from eight or ten to twelve and fifteen inches in thickness.
4 The compact round body of its root expands into two broad, firm, flat palms or flukes, gradually shoaling away to less than an inch in thickness.
5 The veselija is a compact, a compact not expressed, but therefore only the more binding upon all.
6 As the blankets yielded before the outward pressure, and the branches settled in the fissure of the rock by their own weight, forming a compact body, Duncan once more breathed freely.
7 Sometimes it went up in little balls, white and compact.
8 A moment later the officers began to bustle among the men, pushing them into a more compact mass and into a better alignment.
9 The only building in sight was a small block of yellow brick sitting on the edge of the waste land, a sort of compact Main Street ministering to it and contiguous to absolutely nothing.
10 It would be a compact of convenience, and the world would be satisfied.
11 At least I was no party to the compact," said Estella, "for if I could walk and speak, when it was made, it was as much as I could do.
12 In fulfilment of the compact I have made with myself, to reflect my mind on this paper, I again examine it, closely, and bring its secrets to the light.
13 Three people have used that very phrase about Kaulbach to me today already, just as though they had made a compact about it.
14 The whole thing was compact, overwhelming, and misshapen.
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15 The centre of the English army, rather concave, very dense, and very compact, was strongly posted.
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