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From the results already reached this must be regarded at the outset as probable, but the sources of information accessible to us seem hardly sufficient to enable us actually to follow the process, or even so much as definitely to fix its two termini.
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But she did not visit those termini; she was too busy looking after M. Niepce, her grocer.
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Her difficulties commenced when Paris at last definitely resumed its normal aspect and life, when all the women and children came back to those city termini which they had left in such huddled, hysterical throngs, when flats were re-opened that had long been shut, and men who for a whole year had had the disadvantages and the advantages of being without wife and family, anchored themselves once more to the hearth.
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The dear old meditative, contemplative Orientals threw up their hands in despair long years ago and found the figure of the unending wheel to symbolize all processes and procedures: a world, a universe, without termini.
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She knew that a gigantic railway system was crawling like an anaconda under rocky ranges, over foaming rivers, stretching its sinuous steel trail from Bay of Chaleur to Georgia Gulf; with termini that saw the sun rise from the Atlantic Ocean, and watched its setting in the red glory of the far Pacific; and perhaps steam shovels, and iron tight-ropes might furnish her facilities on her long journey.
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In rude health and small omnibuses, with considerable colour in their cheeks, they arrived daily from the various termini.
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By this plan, in this contracted space, upwards of two hundred different pouches and sacks can be distributed into between the termini.
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Only that which lies intermediate between the two inscrutable termini of the world is an object of knowledge.
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My brother supposes they must have filled outside London, for at that time the furious terror of the people had rendered the central termini impossible.
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Like many others who have lived long in a great capital, she had strong feelings about the various railway termini.
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Few great cities are impressive in the neighbourhood of their railway termini.
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Imagine a river flowing sluggishly northward through a flat alluvial plain, and the west side of it lined continuously for over thirty miles with cultivated farms, each presenting those appearances of thrift around them which I mentioned as surrounding the first farms seen by us; but each farm with a narrow frontage on the river of only twenty-four rods in width, but extending back for one or two miles, and each of these narrow farms having their dwellings and the farm out-buildings spread only along the river front, with lawns sloping to the water's edge, and shrubbery and vines liberally trained around them, and trees intermingled- the whole presenting the appearance of a long suburban village- such as you might see near our eastern sea-board, or such as you find exhibited in pictures of English country villages, with the resemblance rendered more striking by the spires of several large churches peeping above the foliage of the trees in the distance, whitewashed school-houses glistening here and there amidst sunlight and green; gentlemen's houses of pretentious dimensions and grassy lawns and elaborate fencing, the seats of retired officers of the Hudson's Bay Company occasionally interspersed; here an English bishop's parsonage, with a boarding or high school near by; and over there a Catholic bishop's massive cathedral, with a convent of Sisters of Charity attached; whilst the two large stone forts, at which reside the officers of the Hudson's Bay Company, or of the colony once called Upper Fort Garry, and situated at the mouth of the Assinniboin, and the other termini the Lower Fort Garry, which is twenty miles farther down the river, helped to give additional picturesqueness to the scene.
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These percepts, these termini, these sensible things, these mere matters-of-acquaintance, are the only realities we ever directly know, and the whole history of our thought is the history of our substitution of one of them for another, and the reduction of the substitute to the status of a conceptual sign.
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Both are provisional or final termini, sensation being only the terminus at which the practical man habitually stops, while the philosopher projects a 'beyond,' in the shape of more absolute reality.
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These termini, for the practical and the philosophical stages of thought respectively, are self-supporting.
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Satisfactory connection of some sort with such termini is all that the word 'truth' means.
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On the common-stage of thought sense- presentations serve as such termini.
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As the intermediaries are other than the termini, and connected with them by the usual associative bonds (be these 'external' or be they logical, i.e., classificatory, in character), there would appear to be nothing especially unique about the processes of knowing.
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Our whole notion of a standing reality grows up in the form of an ideal limit to the series of successive termini to which our thoughts have led us and still are leading us.
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It seems that trouble still exists growing out of the occupation of the streets and avenues by certain railroads having their termini in the city.
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Examples of Termini

Example #1
The question is whether their worship did not also in this most important respect pass through a history the stages of which are reflected in the Pentateuch.
Example #2
With the Hebrews, as with the whole ancient world, sacrifice constituted the main part of worship.
Example #3
Moreover, she would not quit her furniture, which seemed to her to be a sort of rock.
Example #4
Perhaps if she had chanced to visit the Gare St. Lazare or the Gare du Nord, the sight of tens of thousands of people flying seawards might have stirred in her the desire to flee also from the vague coming danger.
Example #5
Then it was that Sophia failed to keep all her rooms let.
Example #6
It came to the same thing in the end, with this advantage, that the bills did not lead to unpleasantness.