1 When this medical research was ended, the Saxon peasant desired humbly to have back the medicine which he had found so salutary; but the Grand Master frowned severely at the request.
2 Now from this double point our research must commence, and we will begin it by presuming that what the lad says is absolutely true.
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3 I had often endeavoured to elicit from my companion what had first turned his mind in the direction of criminal research, but had never caught him before in a communicative humour.
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4 Towards evening, however, the breaking of a test-tube brought his research to a premature ending, and he sprang up from his chair with an exclamation of impatience and a clouded brow.
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5 Returning to France, I spent some months in a research into the coal-tar derivatives, which I conducted in a laboratory at Montpellier, in the south of France.
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6 This may be some trifling intrigue, and I cannot break my other important research for the sake of it.
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7 When I found Patrick Cairns among the harpooners, my research was nearing its end.
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8 Seated in a corner like an interested student who observes the demonstration of his professor, I followed every step of that remarkable research.
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9 I will begin my research by going round and finding if each of them is at his post.
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10 The abounding good cheer of these English whalers is matter for historical research.
11 Nor have I been at all sparing of historical whale research, when it has seemed needed.
12 In short, one needs, before doing this, to carry out a prolonged probing with the aid of an insight sharpened in the acute school of research.
13 To us, their descendants, who are not historians and are not carried away by the process of research and can therefore regard the event with unclouded common sense, an incalculable number of causes present themselves.
14 She had left Thornfield Hall in the night; every research after her course had been vain: the country had been scoured far and wide; no vestige of information could be gathered respecting her.
15 Curiosity, earnest research to learn the hidden laws of nature, gladness akin to rapture, as they were unfolded to me, are among the earliest sensations I can remember.