Prince Houssain could not view this quarter without admiration.
If you meet the approval of a much admired bishop, you will be successful in your undertakings in love or business.
To see a bent or rusty pin, signifies that you will lose esteem because of your careless ways.
All that we want is a spirit of fairness and coöperation which will give every man a chance to make good on his own account.
Carlton Fitzpatrick is a mustached, sinewy, well-tanned Alabama native somewhere near his late forties, with a fondness for chewing tobacco, powerful computers, and salty, down-home homilies.
Here he finds, among other odd things, that the people enjoy extreme happiness; that they have no law; that they die without pain; that they are from ten to thirty feet in height; that they live five thousand years; that they have an emperor called Irdonozur; and that they can jump sixty feet high, when, being out of the gravitating influence, they fly about with fans.
If he is a fat man, praise him for his popularity, his political astuteness, his financial acumen, his artistic ordering of a dinner, for his impartiality.
Some explanation of the position in which Mr. Blake’s interference has placed her as an authoress, seems due on the ground of common justice.
She heard footsteps brushing the grass, and had a consciousness that love was encircling her like a perfume.
This final elaboration of the dream is due to a regard for intelligibility--a fact at once betraying the origin of an action which behaves towards the actual dream content just as our normal psychical action behaves towards some proffered perception that is to our liking.
Are you allied by blood or love?"
The allegory which makes the contention arise out of the loves, and proceed in the assembly, of the feathered race, is quite in keeping with the fanciful yet nature-loving spirit of the poetry of Chaucer’s time, in which the influence of the Troubadours was still largely present.
The first of these theories, namely, that which regards discomfort and pleasure as actual contents in those who experience them, has, I think, nothing conclusive to be said in its favour.*
In regard to Gareth, too, my chief desire was to see justice done her.
Regulated companies resemble, in every respect, the corporation of trades, so common in the cities and towns of all the different countries of Europe; and are a sort of enlarged monopolies of the same kind.
Considerable sympathy was expressed for the mother of the deceased, who was greatly affected during the giving of her own evidence, and that of Dr. Birrell, who had made the post-mortem examination of the deceased."
But a paper on "Polemics and Tolerance" which he read at another convention two years later kept his listeners wide awake.