On riding up the mound, burnet saw that the ruins were even more extensive than they had appeared at a distance.
"burnet," said Mr. Checkynshaw, opening the window of the banking-room.
The latter work was attacked by burnet and others, but the author showed himself as keen a controversialist as ever.
He asked burnet what Mr. Checkynshaw wanted of him; but the cashier was dumb.
burnet poured forth his congratulations with genuine delight, and then eagerly asked what were His Highness's plans.
His cosmological ideas were based on those of burnet and Leibnitz.
Bishop burnet says of him, at his appointment: ‘As he was never a great divine, so he was now superannuated.’
I'd do all that a man could to make you happy if you would, and I think you'd like burnet to live in.
His eloquence was greatly admired by 433 Evelyn and Pepys, though burnet criticises it as too copious.
burnet had acted with uncommon integrity in accepting the trust.
Burnet Bur·net (bər-nět', bûr'nĭt), Sir (Frank) Macfarlane. 1899-1985.
Australian virologist. He shared a 1960 Nobel Prize for his work on acquired immunological tolerance.