Since I learned it, I have repeatedly observed in such cases, from harmless assault to murder, that people, although they had not been seen to deal any blows, were often accused of complicity simply because they were making suspicious movements that led to the following inference: “They stuck their hands into their trousers pocket looking for a knife, clenched their fists, looked as if they were about to jump, swung their hands.”
Everything being thus mapped out with almost diabolical cunning, the main body of the redskins folded their blankets around them, and in the phlegmatic manner that is to them, the pearl of manhood squatted above the children's home, awaiting the cold moment when they should deal pale death.
24:012:006 For even thy brethren, and the house of thy father, even they have dealt treacherously with thee; yea, they have called a multitude after thee: believe them not, though they speak fair words unto thee.
Her husband, Angel Clare himself, had, like others, dealt out hard measure to her; surely he had!
Sir Francis Cromarty had observed the oddity of his travelling companion--although the only opportunity he had for studying him had been while he was dealing the cards, and between two rubbers--and questioned himself whether a human heart really beat beneath this cold exterior, and whether Phileas Fogg had any sense of the beauties of nature.
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. (
That the authors of such splendid benefits should be requited by martyrdom; that their reward should be to be dealt with as the vilest of criminals, is not, upon this theory, a deplorable error and misfortune, for which humanity should mourn in sackcloth and ashes, but the normal and justifiable state of things.
This, too, was thy work, and I, Josane, would be even as they, but that I have been reserved to deal out vengeance to their slayer!
“There’s not so much promotion in mine,” said Tommy regretfully, “and a great deal less variety.
For every humbling blow he dealt my vanity, for every tooth in my metaphorical jaw he knocked loose with stunning aim, I am grateful beyond any facility of expression.
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.
One of those who supported it, leaving the burden to his comrades, advanced to meet him, flourishing a forked stick that he had for propping up the stand when resting, and with this he caught a mighty cut Don Quixote made at him that severed it in two; but with the portion that remained in his hand he dealt such a thwack on the shoulder of Don Quixote's sword arm (which the buckler could not protect against the clownish assault) that poor Don Quixote came to the ground in a sad plight.
His ladies screamed in alarm; the warrior dealt a savage sword thrust at Sadasiva, whose arm was severed.
Then did Hector deal him the stroke that slew.
We often hear from the victim who really desires to tell the truth, “I was quite convinced that X dealt me the deep stab in the shoulder, but he has only pushed and not stabbed me—I did not perceive a stab.”
and directly out jumped the stick, and dealt a shower of blows on the coat or jerkin, and the back beneath, which quickly ended the affair.
Philology as ephexis in interpretation: whether one be dealing with books, with newspaper reports, with the most fateful events or with weather statistics--not to mention the "salvation of the soul."...
Bank employees, particularly those whowork in dealing rooms, are notorious for using the most obvious passwords,generally those that reflect their own ambitions: Porsche and sex are perennialfavorites.
With thrust of my sword, the darling, I dealt them due return!
<p 6>Now let us for once frankly confess why we are dealt these disgraceful reproaches.
New York had expected something a good deal more reasonant in a young woman with such a history.
Archiv, IX, 213Of course the statistics of morality deal with quantities not qualities, but in the course of statistical examination the latter are met with.
In order to live in accord with nature, it is necessary to know what nature is; and to this end a threefold division of philosophy is made--into Physics, dealing with the universe and its laws, the problems of divine government and teleology; Logic, which trains the mind to discern true from false; and Ethics, which applies the knowledge thus gained and tested to practical life.
Hardly more help toward understanding the subject is to be derived from certain expressions which deal with a determinate <p 308>and also with a determining trait of woman.
In the preceding lecture I dealt in outline with the physical side of this problem.
Get into the fight or else take stripes upon your body,'Then said Odysseus, 'Swear to me, all of you, that none of you will show favour to Irus nor deal me a foul blow,'All the wooers cried out that none would favour Irus or deal his opponent a foul blow.
The principal are, The produce of French prizes L.690,449 18 9 Composition for French prisoners 670,000 0 0 What has been received from the sale of the ceded 95,500 0 0 islands Total, L.1,455,949 18 9 If we add to this sum the balance of the earl of Chatham's and Mr. Calcraft's accounts, and other army savings of the same kind, together with what has been received from the bank, the East-India company, and the additional shilling in the pound land tax, the whole must be a good deal more than five millions.
Judge Duffy sat behind the high desk, wearing a look which seemed to indicate that he was dealing out the milk of human kindness by wholesale.
why do we deal treacherously every man against his brother, by profaning the covenant of our fathers?
09:025:030 And it shall come to pass, when the LORD shall have done to my lord according to all the good that he hath spoken concerning thee, and shall have appointed thee ruler over Israel; 09:025:031 That this shall be no grief unto thee, nor offence of heart unto my lord, either that thou hast shed blood causeless, or that my lord hath avenged himself: but when the LORD shall have dealt well with my lord, then remember thine handmaid.
More complicated propositions can be dealt with on the same lines.
Nor ever did Zeus turn from the strong fight his shining eyes, but ever looked down on them, and much in his heart he debated of the slaying of Patroklos, whether there and then above divine Sarpedon glorious Hector should slay him likewise in strong battle with the sword, and strip his harness from his shoulders, or whether to more men yet he should deal sheer labour of war.
If you dispute my honesty," said he, "you may go to any other of our trade, and if he gives you more, I will be bound to forfeit twice as much; for we gain only the fashion of the plate we buy, and that the fairest dealing Jews are not contented with."
26:025:012 Thus saith the Lord GOD; Because that Edom hath dealt against the house of Judah by taking vengeance, and hath greatly offended, and revenged himself upon them; 26:025:013 Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; I will also stretch out mine hand upon Edom, and will cut off man and beast from it; and I will make it desolate from Teman; and they of Dedan shall fall by the sword.
42:001:024 And after those days his wife Elisabeth conceived, and hid herself five months, saying, 42:001:025 Thus hath the Lord dealt with me in the days wherein he looked on me, to take away my reproach among men.
Anne is the only person that knows of it, and she has no judgment at all; indeed, she does me a great deal more harm than good, for I am in constant fear of her betraying me.
The dreamy game strategist has been dealt a bad hand.
Fate had dealt grimly with him through the last four- and-twenty hours.
The deal was, the gweilo paid them to run the instance with him, and he could just hang back and let the raiders do all the heavy lifting, but he'd come forward to deal the coup de grace to any big bosses they beat down, so he'd get the experience points.
You’re dealing with me now, not Gerald.’
I have but one excuse for not having dealt frankly with you in this matter.
And they who before were wont to abide in the circle of the ships, and they who were helmsmen and kept the steerage of the ships, or were stewards there and dealt out food, even these came then to the place of assembly, because Achilles was come forth, after long ceasing from grievous war.
And Automedon took bread and served it on a table in fair baskets, while Achilles dealt out the flesh.
Begone, poor puppet; not for my flinching shalt thou climb on our towers, neither carry our wives away upon thy ships; ere that will I deal thee thy fate."
But time, in its immemorial rudeness, dealt us no courteous extensions.
It is not known what sort of trade Lü Pu-wei had carried on, but probably he dealt in horses, the principal export of the state of Chao.
The entire garrison and proletariat of Petrograd are ready to deal the enemy of the people a crushing blow.
You deal with way wonkier dynamics than that.”
He could do better dealing with the art directors or the better stores.
Even so dealt David with all the cities of the children of Ammon.