Sentence Examples

  • It will be observed that the equations x': y' :z = X: Y: Z before mentioned do not of themselves lead to the other system of equations x: y : z= X': Y': Z', and thus that the theory does not in anywise establish a (r, I) correspondence between the points (x, y, z) and (x', y', z) of two planes or of the same plane; this is the correspondence of Cremona's theory.
  • The personages are not anywise heroic, even when like Alphonso V.