This carries back the traditional discovery of salt to the age when blood was first forbidden as food.
A link is thus supplied which carries back the history to the animistic and mythological periods, in this case, prehistoric.
Olga, the Russian Princess, baptized at Constantinople; she carries back into her own country some beginnings of civilization.
The castle, though it carries back its history to early in the thirteenth century, makes little figure in history.
We thus see how thoroughly Leibniz carries back all the properties of bodies to motion.
It carries back my thoughts to a time of misery, to which distance, instead of soothing it into apathy, only adds a new sting.
One of the masters then carries back his valet, and leaving him on the bank, rows over the third master.
And thus in this transfusion of life there is an undertow that carries back into his own life and makes his spirit more fertile.
He falls a victim to the fashionable vice, and carries back to his hitherto untainted home the lethal influence he has imbibed.
He then carries back his bride amid the cheers and cries of his friends, and in the evening there is a feast.