As a result, the accused and his defence don’t have access even to the court records, and especially not to the indictment, and that means we generally don’t know - or at least not precisely -what the first documents need to be about, which means that if they do contain anything of relevance to the case it’s only by a lucky coincidence.
But really, I have been so constantly occupied with my studies since we returned from New York, that I have not had time even to think of the fun it would be to have a bicycle!
Mr. Franklin appeared to think it a point of honour to forbear repeating to a servant—even to so old a servant as I was—what Miss Rachel had said to him on the terrace.
To dupe them intobelieving that this is their duty to God is also impossible, sincetheir refusal is based on the clear, unmistakable law of God,recognized even by those who are trying to compel men to actagainst it.
I did not even know that you were to be married.”
“But if there were none but the ecclesiastical court, the Churchwould not even now sentence a criminal to prison or to death.
“Well then you can go to the devil,” said Kolya, cutting short theconversation; and turning sharply to the right he strode quickly onhis way as though he disdained further conversation with a dolt whodid not even know Sabaneyev.
for with authority commandeth he even the unclean spirits, and they do obey him.
He reviewed his friends' marriages--the supposedly happy ones--and saw none that answered, even remotely, to the passionate and tender comradeship which he pictured as his permanent relation with May Welland.
There were a few middle-aged and even elderly women in the train, their silver-wiry hair and wrinkled faces, scourged by time and trouble, having almost a grotesque, certainly a pathetic, appearance in such a jaunty situation.
It amused her to observe that all her friends seemed determined to send her to Delaford;--a place, in which, of all others, she would now least chuse to visit, or wish to reside; for not only was it considered as her future home by her brother and Mrs. Jennings, but even Lucy, when they parted, gave her a pressing invitation to visit her there.
In England, at all events, we know that government in all its different forms, whether as King, or as a caste of nobles, or as an oligarchical plutocracy, or even as trades unions, is so dwarfing in its action that, for the sake of the future, the individual must revolt.
so loud, that he frightened her so much her 'feet chattered on the floor', she never told her mother, and she ran away, declaring she would never go there any more, not even for the dear piano.
He would always creep in-shore like some uncomfortable amphibious creature, even when the tide would have sent him fast upon his way; and I always think of him as coming after us in the dark or by the back-water, when our own two boats were breaking the sunset or the moonlight in mid-stream.
Tessie's brother got burned in Frisco for knocking over a bank clerk and Tessie never even attended.
While many of the ladies were seated in the sunshine on the piazzas, and even "Bedlam" was so ornamented, there were several who were strolling up and down the board and gravel walks, and of these Fanny Forrest was certainly the most striking in appearance.
If led by an undesirable man, he will be a poor asset, and only a fair one even under good influence."
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This same mode of proceeding I shall have to adopt with thee, for the desire which has sprung up in thee is so absurd and remote from everything that has a semblance of reason, that I feel it would be a waste of time to employ it in reasoning with thy simplicity, for at present I will call it by no other name; and I am even tempted to leave thee in thy folly as a punishment for thy pernicious desire; but the friendship I bear thee, which will not allow me to desert thee in such manifest danger of destruction, keeps me from dealing so harshly by thee.
A person of great timidity is constantly liable to needless alarm and even terror.