On the shore are many stones full of crystallizations in the heart.
All the wealth of his imagination, all the crystallizations of his poetical dreams, he threw into his passion.
These are but the natural results and outward demonstrations of slavery, the crystallizations from the chattel principle.
Rome was very wise—her policies were the crystallizations of the world-wisdom of centuries.
Continue these evaporations and crystallizations, till no more crystals will shoot in the liquor.
The potash should be purified from the best pearlash; and the borax should be refined by one or two crystallizations.
In some crystallizations the mimicry is beautiful and complete; for example, in the well-known one called the Arbor Dianæ.
The value of my lectures would depend altogether upon suggestiveness,—not upon any crystallizations of fact.
Not here—in legend, in miracle, in the beautiful out-worn forms and crystallizations of older thought.
At any one time the crystallizations are usually alike, but different snow-falls seem to have each its own special conformation.