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Which preposition to use with  demanding

Which preposition to use with demanding

As the theory of bodily freedom demands for each man life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, so the highest theory of to-day lays down demands of economic freedom beyond the mere fad of possible existence.

As the theory of bodily freedom demands for each man life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, so the highest theory of to-day lays down demands of economic freedom beyond the mere fad of possible existence.

"By hanging about in the plantation?" "If he goes no farther than that" "Why should he?" she demanded in the same rather chilling tone.

Speaking the same evening at Bristol, he promised to uphold the principle of the indemnity, and asserted the absolute right to demand from Germany payment for the costs of the War.

Shipping was scarce; for the hostility of the whole foreign naval world had made enormous demands on the British navy and mercantile marine.

he demanded at the end.

Even England, the mother of democracies, and the most stable of all Governments in the maintenance of law, has been shaken to its very foundations in the last three years, when powerful groups of men attempted to seize the State by the throat and compel submission to their demands by threatening to starve the community.

Thus the struggle between the powers of light and darkness for the soul of Afiza continued, until at length the evil spirit deemed it wise to depart; and on the twenty-first day, when it was racking Afiza for the last time, it demanded as the final price of its departure the liver of a black-goat.

In what concerns the fairy tales it is, above all, the children for whom they are destined, "when at night, at the end of their wearisome days, the mothers gather their children around them under the tent, under the shelter of her Bon Rabah, the little ones demand with tears a story to carry their imaginations far away."

" "But I don't intend to wait till he comes; can't you send the demands to a lawyer where he is?" "Certainly, if you wish it; but that course will necessarily be attended with some expense."

The demands during the remainder of the present year already authorized by Congress and the expenses incident to an extension of the operations of the war will render it necessary that large sums should be provided to meet them.

Their petticoats, for instance, were composed of the fox-glove, a flower in demand among Irish fairies for their gloves, and in some parts of that country for their caps, where it is nicknamed "Lusmore," while the Cuscuta epithymum is known in Jersey as "fairies' hair."

He had a few years before given some political speeches in Boston and the adjacent towns, which were well received, but made no deep impression,from no fault of his, but simply because he had not the right material to work upon, where culture was more in demand than vigor of intellect.

If there is any demand against the deceased, I am ready to discharge it."

AHS is already increasing capacity to meet this forecast, and the potential for higher demand due to COVID-19,โ€ AHS said.

Such a credit, bearing no interest, could only be demanded after the payment of all the other indemnities, and would be considered in the complete total of the indemnities.

We travel, we inquire, we look, we workonly knowing that these activities satisfy a certain deep and secret demand within us.

To prevent this state of things, I am directed by the President again to demand through you the effectual interposition of the British Government.

In other words, these forces must persist until the entire excess of demand over supply is eliminated.

She could only beg him to be good and do what was demanded without laying himself liable to punishment.

President Widodoโ€™s victory came amid a difficult economic environment globally, with the trade war between the US and China leading to a slowdown in commerce and demand across the region.

For example, during the Civil War, the courts sanctioned everything the popular majority demanded under the pretext of the War Power, as in peace they have sanctioned confiscations for certain popular purposes, under the name of the Police Power.

In short, by the very absence of that Dignus deo vindice nodus, that knot which only a God could untie, which heathens demanded ere a god was allowed to interfere in the plot of a tragedy; which too many who call themselves Christians demand before the living God is allowed to interfere in that world in which without Him not a sparrow falls to the ground.

Sure, some computers โ€“ Chromebooks in particular โ€“ have impressive battery performance, but as soon as I do anything more demanding than browsing the web and watching videos, battery life goes down the drain.

We hope, however, that the justice, the moderation, and the obvious interests of both parties will lead to satisfactory explanations, and that the business will then go forward to an amicable close of all differences and demands between the two countries.

" actor took to Instagram and provided step-by-step instructions on how to create a mask from the readily available fashion accessories, as face mask manufacturers struggle to keep up with demand amid the coronavirus crisis.

But something of his arrogant demanding of life seemed to have fled, a sort of terror had been planted in him by that view of the park-bench sleepers.

His average monetary demand throughout the month would then be about equal to one day's wages.

Running a more robust schedule in the last half of December makes sense considering the fact that airlines have seen stronger demand around holidays such as Labor Day and relatively fewer passengers in the middle of weeks.

i. p. 319.] He applied to the Parliament for supplies; and that he might be sure not to meet with opposition, he sent no writs to the more refractory barons; but even those who were summoned, sensible of the ridiculous cheat imposed by the pope, determined not to lavish their money on such chimerical projects; and making a pretext of the absence of their brethren, they refused to take the king's demands into consideration [z].

She demanded like Herodias, the head of that press agent on a charger.

What can be demanded beyond this by the most zealous advocate for regular education?

It is considered one of the most demanding in France.

โ€œYouโ€™ve always got to keep an open mind,โ€ Cropps added during an interview last Monday when discussing philosophies that have kept him going in a sport that can be extremely demanding at times.

"Impaired driving files are very, very demanding on police resources.

Despite the weaker prices, positioning and volumes, investment demand via gold ETFs increased, suggesting continued long-term strategic positioning."

There are those who say that Hannibal went from the field of battle to the sea-coast; whence he immediately sailed in a ship, which he had ready for the purpose, to king Antiochus; and that when Scipio demanded above everything that Hannibal should be given up to him, answer was made that Hannibal was not in Africa.

As she had anticipated, her expert and nimble needle was in steady demand by all the folks of Hendrik who had fine sewing to give out.

The governor wants schools to reopen next month but teachers' unions are making costly demands amidst safety concerns.

Like a redwood that has been felled, pulped and turned into pressboard bookshelves, the film has taken something potentially magnificent and created yet another profoundly generic product that is barely serviceable even to the least demanding among us.

She makes a very good chokecherry syrup, I might add, that is in high demand amongst my family members.

โ€œTomorrow is not as physically demanding as today.

"They're always in demand down New York ways, whar they fetch a dollar a pound for the saddles," he explained; "and let me tell yuh it doesn't take a great many o' them to weigh that much.

You demand evidencehere it is."

Whereupon the poets get disgusted with the same hard-hearted prosaic worldwhich is trying to get its living like an industrious animal as it isand demand homagefor what?

He said that he will extend USPS funding (although itโ€™s not certain that a Senate majority would) if the Democrats take some of their other relief demands off the table.

Matt demanded out of his agony.

It is well to remember that there is no foreign source from which we can draw cheap and abundant supplies of timber to meet a demand per capita so large as to be without parallel in the world, and that the suffering which will result from the progressive failure of our timber has been but faintly foreshadowed by temporary scarcities of coal.

Vanguard has benefited from this shift in investor demand toward low-cost index-based funds as the ETF provider offers some of the cheapest broad beta strategies around.

The growing demands towards wireless communication services over the recent years have increased the demand for radio spectrum.

In it she portrayed dowdy, repressed spinster Charlotte Vale, who is forced to cater to her domineering mother's demands until psychiatric therapy and a physical makeover transform her into a beautiful, confident woman.

Marshall said sewing and fashion can be very demanding with time limits and deadlines to meet.

The Taoiseach has dismissed suggestions that Fine Gaelโ€™s demands about priority legislation, property tax reforms, and Fianna Fรกil supporting the government rather than abstaining during votes, will be too big an ask for Martin.