The people all keep their eyes and ears directed to him, and he deals with them all as his children.
But as a matter of fact we are dealing with only one identical probability which has merely been counted in two ways.
He awoke at last, drowsy and lazy, and casting his eyes about in every direction, observed, "There comes, if I don't mistake, from the quarter of that arcade a steam and a smell a great deal more like fried rashers than galingale or thyme; a wedding that begins with smells like that, by my faith, ought to be plentiful and unstinting."
However, the percentage of women is clearly higher than the low-single-digit range typical for technical professions, and female hackers are generally respected and dealt with as equals.
“The elder Varsonofy did sometimes seem rather strange, but agreat deal that’s told is foolishness.
18:006:015 My brethren have dealt deceitfully as a brook, and as the stream of brooks they pass away; 18:006:016 Which are blackish by reason of the ice, and wherein the snow is hid: 18:006:017 What time they wax warm, they vanish: when it is hot, they are consumed out of their place.
19:078:056 Yet they tempted and provoked the most high God, and kept not his testimonies: 19:078:057 But turned back, and dealt unfaithfully like their fathers: they were turned aside like a deceitful bow.
It was her deal as loser of the last game.
Once there was an old aged man over at Mellstock--William Dewy by name--one of the family that used to do a good deal of business as tranters over there--Jonathan, do ye mind?--I knowed the man by sight as well as I know my own brother, in a manner of speaking.
There was a hush for a moment after this announcement, and the officers glanced at me more kindly, while I silently blessed the kind-hearted judge, and hoped that any poor creatures who might be afflicted as I pretended to be should have as kindly a man to deal with as Judge Duffy.
His power of will, which made him so difficult to deal with as a boy, now formed the backbone of his character, and made him most indefatigable and energetic in whatever he undertook.
If you are dealing with him as a tradesman, resist the temptation to take advantage of his impracticality and don't treat him as if you thought money was everything.
And you have already explained carefully to the latter that she must not deal plates around the table like a pack of cards, or ever take them off in piles either. (
The St. Valentine's deal in Chi'll look like a Sunday school binge after this one."
But we should not forget that the Almighty's plan for the world did not deal with man and woman as separate entities, but man and woman as counterparts of a single unit, in which His laws should find full expression, if the two were truly mated--not merely married.
This seemed to them a good deal like a joke, but they answered in perfect earnestness that they would be quite willing to do the doubling as soon as he did the doubling, and in less than a year the salary was doubled accordingly.
Once Rachel arrived in the US, she was outraged to discover that her adopted country, the one that had fought for the freedom of Europe, was dealing with Black Americans like the Germans dealt with the Jews.
It’s a good deal like geometry, I expect.
She dealt with moral problems as a cleaver deals with meat: and in this case she had made up her mind.
A deal in the political sense is a bargain, substitution, or transfer for the benefit of certain persons or parties against all others; as, the nomination was the result of a deal; in business it may have a similar meaning, but it frequently signifies simply a sale or exchange, a dealing; as, a heavy deal in stocks.
A great deal of the trouble that is in the world is medicine which is very bad to take, but which it is good to take because it makes us better.
A. T. Stewart relied on ---- dealing as the secret of mercantile success.
It deals with moral and aesthetic judgments as phenomena of mind and products of mental evolution.
There is a good deal of Cyprus bronze which contains antimony; a good deal which seems to be tin is antimonythe ancients trying to get tin, but actually getting antimony and thinking it was tin.