Allow me be a little more personal, and perhaps a little more direct, than I would prefer.
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And the comfort to me is, George, that living in the best society in England, as I hope you do; as I think you do; as my means will allow you to do--" "Thank you, sir," says George, making his point at once.
How his mother nursed him, and dressed him, and lived upon him; how she drove away all nurses, and would scarce allow any hand but her own to touch him; how she considered that the greatest favour she could confer upon his godfather, Major Dobbin, was to allow the Major occasionally to dandle him, need not be told here.
But I allow that I can hold him till you come."
If those who remain of the troop persist in coming to the assault, we will allow the besiegers to get as far as the ditch, and then we will push down upon their heads that strip of wall which keeps its perpendicular by a miracle.”
They would not allow Teacher to read any of the papers to me; so the papers were copied for me in braille.
Others, of more austere taste, allow ornament only to emphasize the main lines of the design, or to conceal such inharmonious elements as nature or utility may prevent them from eliminating.
For the body, as I conceive, is not the instrument with which they cure the body; in that case we could not allow them ever to be or to have been sickly; but they cure the body with the mind, and the mind which has become and is sick can cure nothing.
Would he allow imitation to be the ruling principle of his life, as if he had nothing higher in him?
This is the reason why persons who drink strong drinks, who allow themselves to get into fits of temper, who fight, who eat stimulating food, who sing and dance and thus develop their emotions, who are sudden, vehement and emotional, lack the power to concentrate.
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Also,” he added placidly, “I should not allow it!”
In the meantime, allow me to congratulate you on the masterly manner in which you have opened the full fire of your batteries on me at the moment when I least expected it.
I wish Uncle Jack would allow that unfortunate young man, his brother, to come down here sometimes.
He has magnetized her eccentric guardian, who is under the impression that Pate is wealthy, and cordially welcomes him to his house; while he will hardly allow me to exchange a word with Ida, and sometimes when I am in the parlor he will have one of his fits of hypochondria, or whatever you may call it, and will come bounding in on all fours, barking and pretending to bite.
"Will you allow that?"
For should any attempt to dispute against these two last opinions,thus, “If you will not allow, that this formlessness of matter seemsto be called by the name of heaven and earth; Ergo, there wassomething which God had not made, out of which to make heaven andearth; for neither hath Scripture told us, that God made thismatter, unless we understand it to be signified by the name ofheaven and earth, or of earth alone, when it is said, In the BeginningGod made the heaven and earth; that so in what follows, and theearth was invisible and without form (although it pleased Him so tocall the formless matter), we are to understand no other matter, butthat which God made, whereof is written above, God made heaven andearth.”
Under these circumstances, Lord Canterville, I feel sure that you will recognize how impossible it would be for me to allow them to remain in the possession of any member of my family; and, indeed, all such vain gauds and toys, however suitable or necessary to the dignity of the British aristocracy, would be completely out of place among those who have been brought up on the severe, and I believe immortal, principles of Republican simplicity.
No, in that case allow me to tell you of your brother’shighly chivalrous soldierly generosity, for he did give expressionto it at the time.
“I beg you most earnestly, dear Mihail Makarovitch, to restrainyour feelings,” the prosecutor said in a rapid whisper to the oldpolice captain, “or I shall be forced to resort to- “But the little lawyer did not allow him to finish.
“Allow me to interrupt you,” the prosecutor put in politely.
It was not until the fourth season that I could allow myself the least particle to eat, and none of it was ever wasted.
He made presents to his friends, gave liberal alms to the poor, set his slaves of both sexes at liberty, divided his property among his children, appointed guardians for such of them as were not of age; and after restoring to his wife all that was due to her by their marriage contract, he gave her in addition as much as the law would allow him.
But the fact that the Pope had felt himself obliged to allow it in one case sensibly weakened his position and correspondingly strengthened that of the German King.
But whether Mr Clare had spoken seriously or not, why should she, who could never conscientiously allow any man to marry her now, and who had religiously determined that she never would be tempted to do so, draw off Mr Clare's attention from other women, for the brief happiness of sunning herself in his eyes while he remained at Talbothays?
Still, it would not do to allow a little thing like a “reference ” to stop me in my work, and I would not ask any friend to commit herself to further my efforts.
“And will the Russian democracy, which has inscribed on its banner the rights of nations to dispose of themselves, allow calmly the continuation of oppression upon the most civilised peoples (in Austria-Hungary)?
A high degree of variability is obviously favourable, as freely giving the materials for selection to work on; not that mere individual differences are not amply sufficient, with extreme care, to allow of the accumulation of a large amount of modification in almost any desired direction.
But you run great risks, allow me to say, in being so indiscreet.
The reader may please to observe, that, in the last article of therecovery of my liberty, the emperor stipulates to allow me aquantity of meat and drink sufficient for the support of 1724Lilliputians.
They would not allow me to be a dwarf, because mylittleness was beyond all degrees of comparison; for the queen’sfavourite dwarf, the smallest ever known in that kingdom, was nearthirty feet high.
He did not now love her enough to allow himself to be carried too far by her ways.
"Indeed, I'll not allow such a thing," promptly responded Ethel. "
"Eustace," she said--Bentley having judiciously left them together for a while--"When you were--when I thought you dead--I wearied Heaven with prayers to allow me one glimpse of you again.
But when my uncle came to understand that they were Danish miles, of eight thousand yards each, he was obliged to be more moderate in his ideas, and, considering the horrible roads we had to follow, to allow eight or ten days for the journey.
It was indeed the policy of their old forefather, when himself was fallen from the station of glory, to seduce mankind into the same rebellion with him, by telling him he might yet be freer than he was; that is more free than his nature would allow, or, if I may so say, than God could make him.
The prohibition of exportation cannot detain a greater quantity of gold and silver in Spain and Portugal, than what they can afford to employ, than what the annual produce of their land and labour will allow them to employ, in coin, plate, gilding, and other ornaments of gold and silver.
If the landlords should, the greater part of them, be tempted to farm the whole of their own lands, the country (instead of sober and industrious tenants, who are bound by their own interest to cultivate as well as their capital and skill will allow them) would be filled with idle and profligate bailiffs, whose abusive management would soon degrade the cultivation, and reduce the annual produce of the land, to the diminution, not only of the revenue of their masters, but of the most important part of that of the whole society.
HOW MANYTIMES ARE THEY GOING TO ALLOW THEIR SECURITY TO BE PENETRATED?
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If you will allow me I will look at his feet; these loose scattered stones are confounded dangerous things for the horses.”
I would not have turned aside to allow even the Doge to pass, and I do not believe that since Satan fell from heaven, any creature was ever prouder or more insolent than I. I went to the Ridotto, and played with a luck which seemed absolutely infernal.
If we allow that Madame Rogêt, from her age and grief, could not go over, (which is allowing a great deal,) there certainly must have been some one who would have thought it worth while to go over and attend the investigation, if they thought the body was that of Marie.
I will not allow you to do so otherwise, and so meanwhile, good-bye, as we have evidently nothing to keep us now.”
You must not allow your father to take such a mad step.
My anxiety and distraction did not allow me to observe or notice particularly what she wore; I could only perceive the colours, which were crimson and white, and the glitter of the gems and jewels on her head dress and apparel, surpassed by the rare beauty of her lovely auburn hair that vying with the precious stones and the light of the four torches that stood in the hall shone with a brighter gleam than all.
While the curate was speaking, the disguised damsel stood as if spell-bound, looking at them without opening her lips or uttering a word, just like a village rustic to whom something strange that he has never seen before has been suddenly shown; but on the curate addressing some further words to the same effect to her, sighing deeply she broke silence and said: "Since the solitude of these mountains has been unable to conceal me, and the escape of my dishevelled tresses will not allow my tongue to deal in falsehoods, it would be idle for me now to make any further pretence of what, if you were to believe me, you would believe more out of courtesy than for any other reason.
Finding himself now clear and quit of all quarrels, his squire's as well as his own, Don Quixote considered that it would be advisable to continue the journey he had begun, and bring to a close that great adventure for which he had been called and chosen; and with this high resolve he went and knelt before Dorothea, who, however, would not allow him to utter a word until he had risen; so to obey her he rose, and said, "It is a common proverb, fair lady, that 'diligence is the mother of good fortune,' and experience has often shown in important affairs that the earnestness of the negotiator brings the doubtful case to a successful termination; but in nothing does this truth show itself more plainly than in war, where quickness and activity forestall the devices of the enemy, and win the victory before the foe has time to defend himself.