exclaimed K., he had thought the businessman would just wait there for him while he quickly settled his business with the lawyer, and then they would leave together to discuss everything thoroughly and undisturbed. “
And as with these examples I have reached Italy, which has been ruled for many years by mercenaries, I wish to discuss them more seriously, in order that, having seen their rise and progress, one may be better prepared to counteract them.
asked Dorian, holding up his Burgundy against the light, and wondering how it was that he could discuss the matter so calmly.
The salesman listens sympathetically to this tale of woe, leads the conversation away from the bad year behind to the good year ahead, and in a little while they are eagerly discussing plans for business in the next month or so.
Before applying the principles arrived at in the last chapter to organic beings in a state of nature, we must briefly discuss whether these latter are subject to any variation.
We read the details in the papers, and, knowing that he had been a friend of our father's, we discussed the case freely in his presence.
It may appear singular, and, indeed, not a little ludicrous, that an affair of this kind, which in later days would have been referred to no higher jurisdiction than that of the select men of the town, should then have been a question publicly discussed, and on which statesmen of eminence took sides.
One language group that has been keenly discussed is the Basque group of dialects.
One lived and died attached and tied to some patriarchal tribe, if one was a nomad, or to some great household if one was civilized or to one of the big temple establishments which we will presently discuss.
The artisans were able to get together and discuss their affairs more readily than the toilers on the land, and they were able to form guilds to restrict output, maintain rates of pay, and protect their common interest.
“I will go with Pencroff,’ answered the reporter, “and the two of us, well armed, and Top with us—”“My dear Spilett, and you, Pencroff, let us discuss the matter coolly.
Everybody was talking loudly, making remarks and comments; some discussed the affair gravely, others laughed.
At thispoint Ippolit Kirillovitch broke off to discuss exhaustively thesuspected connection of Smerdyakov with the murder.
The careless person is the one who discusses personalities aloud in elevators, on the train, and in all manner of public places.
Certain ambiguities must be removed before this question can be adequately discussed.
May was still, in look and tone, the simple girl of yesterday, eager to compare notes with him as to the incidents of the wedding, and discussing them as impartially as a bridesmaid talking it all over with an usher.
Turner's condition was known and frankly discussed.
She had been sitting in a bar listening to two youths boldly discussing the women in the place.
On principle and from a political standpoint we must urgently discuss a means of averting civil war.
For I am well aware that scarcely a single point is discussed in this volume on which facts cannot be adduced, often apparently leading to conclusions directly opposite to those at which I have arrived.
This fact, together with the seeds and eggs of many low forms being very minute and better fitted for distant transportation, probably accounts for a law which has long been observed, and which has lately been admirably discussed by Alph.
However unwillingly a person who has a strong opinion may admit the possibility that his opinion may be false, he ought to be moved by the consideration that however true it may be, if it is not fully, frequently, and fearlessly discussed, it will be held as a dead dogma, not a living truth.
That is too weighty a subject to be discussed parenthetically, and by way of illustration.
As Fanny had put it, it did seem as if they had been impertinently discussing Mrs. Thornton’s feelings; but she also rose up against that lady’s manner of showing that she was offended.
The subject of reading aloud was farther discussed.
"I wish you wouldn't discuss this business any longer, Jennie," he persisted. "
Inasmuch, however, as the subject has been more fully discussed in another volume, no attempt is made to go into details.
It is, therefore, impossible to discuss intelligently the ways and means of successful persuasion, except upon a basis of this law.
Gilbert had ambitions, she knew, and Ruby Gillis did not seem the sort of person with whom such could be profitably discussed.
The phenomenon was widely discussed.
To distinguish between hysterical deception and lying, between a superstitious believer in the reality of an experience and the victim of an actual hallucination, to detect whether a condition of emotional excitement or despair is a cause or an effect, is no less a psychological problem than the more popularly discussed question of compelling confession of guilt by the analysis of laboratory reactions.
Molecules and Atoms are the material employed, but I'll be in a position to discuss them more definitely next month.
We discussed it heatedly for half an hour and it's still unsettled.
We subsequently discussed the psychic results of a feeling of gratification, and we might at the same time have introduced the second assumption, viz.
"That is all easier discussed than accomplished, princess," Denth said.
To argue (L. arguo, show) is to make a matter clear by reasoning; to discuss (L. dis, apart, and quatio, shake) is, etymologically, to shake it apart for examination and analysis.
Here these two talked for ten minutes, discussing, no doubt, the symptoms of the old invalid above stairs; at the end of which period the parlour bell was rung briskly, and answered on that instant by Mr. Bowls, Miss Crawley's large confidential butler (who, indeed, happened to be at the keyhole during the most part of the interview); and the Captain coming out, curling his mustachios, mounted the black charger pawing among the straw, to the admiration of the little blackguard boys collected in the street.
We wanted to discuss how best to help you, I had to handle the lawyer very carefully, he had to handle the office director carefully, and you had most reason of all to at least give me some support.
Well we can certainly discuss this plan of yours,”said the lawyer after a pause. “
Six Commissioners--representing England, France, Russia, Germany, Austria, and Italy--duly discussed the application.
Very well; and may we not rightly say that we have sufficiently discussed the nature of tyranny, and the manner of the transition from democracy to tyranny?
It is necessary now to discuss plainly what is meant by a phrase, used often very carelessly, The Races of Mankind.