Angus Duer and he had received appointments to Zenith General Hospital, where he would have an incomparable training, but Zenith General gave its interns, for the first year, nothing but board and room, and he had feared that he could not take the appointment.
The sight of him on the floor in his wife’s fur coat, being a seal on an ice-floe, was incomparable.
But most of the processes were incomparably tedious: removing samples of the culture every six hours, making salt suspensions of corpuscles in small tubes, recording the results.
He noted how bored were most of the newspapermen by being galvanized into a new saving of the world once a fortnight, and how incomparably bored was the Man in the Street when the nineteenth pretty girl in twenty days had surged up demanding that he buy a tag to support an association of which he had never heard.
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"This hand makes sounds incomparable to anything I’ve ever heard.
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A chorus of older women sang a spiritual with voices of ancient, incomparable sorrow.