But the letter, written in his son’s own hand, and addressed to the Mother Abbess of the Convent of the Sisters of Wisdom near Blaye in the district of Santonge, dated a little over five years previously, exercised a powerful effect upon him.
Controversy with Dr. Lyman has compelled him to be very specific, and he definitely dates the madness of Charles Ward from the time the typewritten notes began to reach his parents.
Was he really considering breaking his cardinal rule against dating co-workers?
In comparing the nations that are familiar with the use of bow and arrow, but not yet with the art of pottery (from which Morgan dates the transition to barbarism), we find among them the beginnings of village settlements, a control of food production, wooden vessels and utensils, weaving of bast fibre by hand (without a loom), baskets made of bast or reeds, and sharpened (neolithic) stone implements.
We dated the entire time I was in college.
Because the phone network predates the computer network, the scofflaws known as “phone phreaks” pre-date the scofflaws known as “computer hackers.”
I dated Rebecca, one of the nurses I worked with in Madison.
HIGGINS unconsciously dating herself by the word A problem.
This Work, which is in 254 Books, and nearly as extensive as the former, was the production of Wang Ch’i (������), who dates his preface in 1586, the fourteenth year of Wan-li, the style of the reign of the fourteenth emperor of the Ming dynasty.
The consul proceeded to sign and date the passport, after which he added his official seal.
We were now convinced that this subterranean sea contained only fish known to us as fossil specimens--and fish and reptiles alike were all the more perfect the farther back they dated their origin.
All the nurses talked about the fact that the good-looking ER doctor didn’t date nurses.
But he was pleased to concealone particular, which related personally to myself, whereof I soonfelt the unhappy effect, as the reader will know in its properplace, and whence I date all the succeeding misfortunes of my life.
Hence befalls That Esau is so wide of Jacob: hence Quirinus of so base a father springs, He dates from Mars his lineage.
I signed and dated these lines, enclosed them in an envelope, and sealed it up.
Still further, Athos obtained of M. de Treville six days instead of four, and introduced into these six days two more nights--for they set out on the twenty-fourth at five o’clock in the evening, and as a further kindness M. de Treville post-dated the leave to the morning of the twenty-fifth.
It is from this period, according to the French antiquarians, that we are to date the institution of the magistrates and councils of cities in France.
Madam, when we last had this pleasure by letter dated the sixteenth instant...MRS BREEN: Mr Bloom!
If, dating our inquiries from the body found, and thence tracing a murderer, we yet discover this body to be that of some other individual than Marie; or, if starting from the living Marie, we find her, yet find her unassassinated—in either case we lose our labor; since it is Monsieur G—— with whom we have to deal.
If the minister's voice had not kept her there, there would, nevertheless, have been an inevitable magnetism in that spot, whence she dated the first hour of her life of ignominy.
Pure of stock he knew them to be, for their unmixed blood had had its fountain source in the veins of some of America's best and earliest settlers; primitive in their ideals, strong in their simple purposes and passions, the products of, and perhaps even now factors in, blood feuds whose beginnings dated back generations.
A letter, from Pate to Juliet, was then produced, dated the twenty-fifth of May, in which he spoke of the promise he had made her, and which he would never forget.
This letter was enclosed in another written in French, dated Le 1 fevrier 1890.
How many a man has dated a new era in his life from the reading of a book.
We date this dynasty now somewhere between 2000 and 1600 B.C. and believe that it was an agrarian culture with bronze weapons and pottery vessels but without the knowledge of the art of writing.
Haydon, the painter, dated his decline from the day on which he first borrowed money.
One was reading something from a page of a sensational afternoon newspaper, dated the day previous, and, as Smiles joined them, she hastily slipped it out of sight behind her.
How could a defense attorney be caught dating the supposedly neutral psychiatric counsel?”
It may seem a ludicrous matter, but from it we may date the collapse of humanity.
"No: you date, you see, dear old boy.
I date my getting a choice of the two best sittings to let in the church from that time, and I date the clergyman's first bow from my getting the sittings.
In camp before the Quadi he dates the first book of his Meditations, and shows how he could retire within himself amid the coarse clangour of arms.
From “Little Lord Fauntleroy” I date the beginning of my true interest in books.
We have dated the last Glacial Age and the appearance of the true men as about 40,000 or 35,000 years ago.
Young as I was, I believe that I dated a new admiration of Joe from that night.