"The saddest she has ever seen," replied the grocer; "for though the voice of prayer was silenced in her churches during the awful season of the plague, yet then men's minds had been gradually prepared for the calamity, and though filled with terror, they were not taken by surprise, as must now be the case.
Alfred had begun to believe trial by jury would never be allowed him, and when at last, after many postponements, the trial did come on, he was being examined in the schools, and refused to come till his counsel had actually opened the case.
Jean and the Comte are dressed in beautiful English blue serges, and look neat enough to be under a glass case.
Conviction before him would have been certain in this case.
The exact reverse is of course the case.
"Now, what's in there," demanded Mittens, as he gave a contemptuous kick to the False Hare's dress-suit case.
Father and mother come in that ship," which was actually the case.
And then, to be wrong in every thing, they suggest that any noun on which such a participle, with its adjuncts, "depends, may be put in the genitive case;" whereas, such a change is seldom, if ever, admissible, and in our language, no participle ever can depend on any other than the nominative or the objective case.
Reason, which serves well enough in the everyday conditions of life, becomes a drivelling fool, like Polonius, in exceptional cases.
That is, if you continue to take an interest in my case.
Among his Notes, he has one with reference to this "objective case absolute," as follows: "It is not governed by the conjunction, for on no other occasion does a conjunction govern any case; or by any word understood, for we can insert no word, or words, that will reconcile the phrase with any other rule of grammar: and if we employ a pronoun personal instead of the relative, as he, which will admit of being resolved elliptically, it must be put in the nominative case.
In such cases the application of cold water, and the removing of the cause, whether it be from chafing of the blinders, forcing the blood to the head through the influence of badly fitting collars, or any other cause known, is all I can recommend in their case.
If there be anything more than this required of me, I must believe it as well as I am able, in spite of the witnesses, and out of a decent conformity to the votes of parliament; for I suppose the Fanatics will not allow the private spirit in this case.
And of furniture, there’s no such thing, ’twas never in the place, Except the stool I sit upon—and that’s an old gin case.
Churches, rescue missions and the National League on Urban Conditions Among Negroes have offered relief in some of these cases.
I said that it seemed to be the most reasonable one possible, and to square with the common-sense view of the case.
Almost certainly this ringing portended an urgent case.
The ship was seized by the American authorities under a charge of violation of the maritime laws of the United States, and was ordered to New York, for a trial of the case.
Day by day news grows scant in this midwinter season; all events seem to compress into a small record, yet a little reflection shows that this is not the case.
Eight days without a new case.
Originally coroners held small courts of inquiry upon cases of wreckage, destructive fires, or sudden death, but in course of time their jurisdiction became confined to the last-named class of cases.
I did not have an opportunity personally to experience the management of these food cases.
It is obvious, however, to the most casual observer of the place, that the reverse must have been the case.
"Learning may be ruination," responded the Doge, "though it wouldn't have been in your case.
It consists, almost entirely, of a compacted mass of spores and spore-cases.
This does certainly strike one as a remarkable case.
I by no means, as you perceive, despaired of Mr. Jennings' case.
Before he has the chance of meeting you it will be well for you to hear the real facts of the case.
This is not the case.
It may be thought that my remarks are opposed to fact, and that the child is never occupied with anything beyond the individual objects or events which are presented to it from time to time, and then only in so far as they interest and excite its will for the moment; but this is not really the case.
This responsibility belongs properly to the missionaries, and they, we say it with all due respect, are much better qualified to bear this responsibility; for they are better qualified to judge of the evidence and discover the truth in the case.
But this has nothing to do with your case.
An' the first thing I noticed was that she wasn't carryin' no suit-case.
Such, however, was rarely the case.
What mark or sign is put after master to show that he is in the possessive case?
His various accounts of his interviews with Mr. Parry, who, it was thought, once owned the book, are inconsistent with each other, and at variance with Mr. Parry's own testimony, and the probabilities, not to say the possibilities, of the case.
The terrified young man leapt in a state of desperation from his bed, and searched the apartment narrowly, as people commonly, but foolishly, are wont to do in similar cases.
Of course she is doing splendidly, and Cutler says he can't spare her and she'd be simply thrown away on one case.
Satisfied with having given the jury an opportunity to contrast his client's present cheerfulness and manly aspect with the sullenness he had maintained while in doubt of Carmel's real connection with this crime, Mr. Moffat rested his case.
That which is technically called a honeymoon lasted a week in this case.
That doctrine she applies to Maggie's case.
I inquired whether it ever occurred that actual execution took place; to this my new acquaintance replied, "Wall, yes, where the nigger had dar'd to strike a white man;" but that it was usual to go to a magistrate first, in such cases.
There is no shadow of doubt that this was really the case.
If yet he would be stirred up to consider his case, whence he is fallen, and whither he is falling, and set himself to serious seekings of God, cast down himself before Him, abase himself, cry for mercy as for his life, there is yet hope in his case.
Tom Guidoboni, the defense attorney in the Internet Worm case.
Yet such was the case.
He roused my zeal so much that I took the liberty to tell him he knew nothing of the cause: which I do most seriously believe was the case.
This is probably an over-estimate, unless the stream is very crooked, which, he stated, was not the case.