The little viscount is a brave fellow, but he knew hardly anything about his adversary; and it was so much the better.
She looked hard and muscular, and as strong as any two men--in fact, no mean antagonist, even had he been similarly armed, and he was unarmed.
"Who wouldn't want to be a boss?"
When he was appointed to her, and found his old enemy Captain Reid in command, he did mean to bear all his tyranny patiently.
Prepositions: Candid in debate; candid to or toward opponents; candid with friend or foe; to be candid about or in regard to the matter.
THE FIRST MOUNT OF MARS In the first Mount of Mars, at the commencement of the Line of Life, and especially when the subject is born in the House of Mars (March 21st to April 21st, and in a minor way until the 28th), he possesses a strong martial nature which will make its tendencies manifest in all actions of the life, whether the man be a business man, a soldier, or a leader of men in any line whatever.
"What," we asked the manager of a bookshop which caters to a large high-grade clientèle, "do you find your greatest trouble?"
“Nevertheless I venture to suggest,” Fetyukovitch continued, “thatin spite of his independent mind and just character, my opponent mayhave formed a mistaken prejudice against my unfortunate client.
I step across now to beg your forgiveness a thousand times for having been led by my feelings to express myself too strongly for a stranger.