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19 examples of hearings in sentences

Delivers in such apt and gracious words, That aged ears play truant at his tales, And younger hearings are quite ravished: So sweet and voluble is his discourse.'

" Ten days later (December 30) the frequent repetition of the phrase in the press and by members of certain groups and unofficial delegations, who were in Paris seeking to obtain hearings before the Conference, caused me to write the following: "The more I think about the President's declaration as to the right of 'self-determination,' the more convinced I am of the danger of putting such ideas into the minds of certain races.

The President replied that he had no instructions, that the decisions could wait until he returned, though the hearings could proceed and reports could be made during his absence.

They also conduct preliminary hearings in cases where persons are accused of serious crimes, and when the evidence seems to warrant it they may commit the accused person for trial before a higher court.

Delivers in such apt and gracious words, That agรฉd ears play truant at his tales, And younger hearings are quite ravished.

They point out also that already, without the ballot, they are instructing men how to vote and teaching them how to run a city; that women have to journey to the legislature at every session to instruct members and committees at legislative hearings, and that it is absurd that women who are capable of instructing men how to vote should not be allowed to vote themselves.

THOMPSON, CARL D. Confessions of the power trust; a summary of the testimony given in the hearings of the Federal Trade Commission on utility corporations pursuant to Resolution no.83, of the United States Senate approved Feb. 15, 1928.

THE CASE OF LEON TROTSKY; report of of hearings made against him in the Moscow trials.

THOMPSON, CARL D. Confessions of the power trust; a summary of the testimony given in the hearings of the Federal Trade Commission on utility corporations pursuant to Resolution no.83, of the United States Senate approved Feb. 15, 1928.

THE CASE OF LEON TROTSKY; report of of hearings made against him in the Moscow trials.

There was a rush among some of the crowd who were nighest the scene to follow the prisoner into the room; and, sooth to say, the great Mountmeadow was much too enamoured of his own self-importance to be by any means a patron of close courts and private hearings; but then, though he loved his power to be witnessed, he was equally desirous that his person should be reverenced.

They often have hearings down in the town hall in the East Village.

There were several hearings before both branches of the legislature, and a succession of meetings in Association Hall, in which Phillips, Channing, Ernestine L. Rose, Antoinette L. Brown, and Susan B. Anthony took part.

Washington conventions, too, with calls, appeals, resolutions, speeches and hearings before the Committees of Congress and State legislatures, all these came round in the year's proceedings as regularly as pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving, plum pudding for Christmas, and patriotism for Washington's birthday.

During this visit we had two hearings in the Capitol at Albanyone in the Senate Chamber and one in the Assembly, before the Committee on Grievances.

They issued appeals, circulated petitions, and had hearings before the Convention.

I do not think I ever saw a person manifest more passion than was exhibited by this individual on hearings one afternoon, that one of his slaves had taken refuge in our camp, with the avowed intention of going North.

It is simply a mass of testimony taken from hearings before the English Parliament, before state legislatures, state labor boards; from the reports of factory inspectors in many countries; from reports of industrial commissions in the United States and elsewhere; from medical books; from reports of boards of health.

Still, the owner may not be thus engaged; and I think a reasonable time should be provided for such parties to appear and have personal hearings.