It is worthy of notice that the laws for the collection and security of the revenue arising from imposts were chiefly framed when the rates of duties on imported goods presented much less temptation for illicit trade than at present exists.
I cannot help contrasting the situation of that country with this colony, where I do not hesitate to say perfect tranquillity exists.
Therefore, which should be that, and the comma should be omitted; thus,--"that their government is the most free and perfect that exists on the earth."
This, and not luxurious Broadway; this, and not the comfortable New England village, is the normal type of human life; and this is the model city!--Armed industry, which tills the corn and vine among the cannons' mouths; which never forgets their need, though it may mask and beautify their terror: but knows that as long as cruelty and wrong exist on earth, man's destiny is to dare and suffer, and, if it must be so, to die.... "Yes, I will face my work; my danger, if need be.
It is true that concepts of the suprasensible exist, but nothing can be known through them, there is nothing intuitively given to be subsumed under them.
He recognized afterwards that the Sandwiches only formed an Archipelago, but, nevertheless, his belief that a polar continent farther south exists, remained firm and unchanged."
Yet doubtless many a fine meadow favorably situated exists in almost prime beauty for thousands of years, the process of extinction being exceedingly slow, as we reckon time.
Do synthetic judgments a priori exist, and how are they possible?
No more persuasive rabbi exists.
Coexistence and succession can be represented only in a permanent substratum; they are merely the modes in which the permanent exists.
The press-gangs of old exist no longer, but substitutes for them revive in subtler form.
The fore-court of the mosque is also one of the largest existing; its length is 436 feet, its breadth 408; it is surrounded by fine arabesques and small cells.
That a pineal-centered juvenile or infantile type exists may be safely predicted.
When I opened my eyes in that ante-chamber of the spirit-world into which I have had admittance I discovered that heaven and hell as separate places have no existence, for the good, the bad, and the indifferent exist together exactly as they exist here.
Considering how many causes for exciting ill-will exist, the only wonder is that, when so large a portion of the Republicans are utterly ignorant of the truth as regards England, the feeling is not more hostile.
Seeing that such humours exist, we cannot deny that they are proper subjects for the imitations of art.
Now they are regarded as entirely heterogeneous (that which can never be intuited exists in a mode opposed to that of the intuited and intuitable), and now as analogous to each other (non-intuitable properties of the thing in itself correspond to the intuitable characteristics of the phenomenon).
EVIL is not from creation; nothing but good exists from creation, 444.
Various definitions of this epithet exist.
These observations are made in order that you may acknowledge, that conjugial love of such super-eminence exists, while one of the sex alone is loved.
But I have no doubt that a duplicate exists, and no matter who is the owner of it, even were he an archbishop, I should not hesitate to go up and ask him to sit to me."
"For you," he said, "coming from a border State, where a modified, perhaps a divided, public sentiment exists, that is not only a possible course, but it is a true one; it is your duty to remain, to sustain the Executive and counteract the plots of the traitors.
The practice of burning the dead exists in parts of California and among the Tshimsyan of Fort Simpson.
The agreeable exists for the animal as well, and the good is an object of approval for pure spirits; but the beautiful exists for humanity alone.