If she desired to go, she might: the nuisance of her presence outweighs the gratification to be derived from tormenting her!'
Conversely the nasal and frontal formation was derived in a direct line of lineage which, though interrupted, would continue at distant intervals to more distant intervals to its most distant intervals.
Then the pay is not derived by the several artists from their respective arts.
Bermuda's tourism industry - which derives over 80% of its visitors from the US - continues to struggle but remains the island's number two industry.
And both Buddhism and Christianity wear garments of ritual and formula that seem to be derived through Hellenistic channels from that land of temples and priestcraft, Egypt, and from the more primitive and fundamental mentality of the brown Hamitic peoples.
From the produce or rent of the public lands, the ancient republics of Greece and Italy derived for a long time the greater part of that revenue which defrayed the necessary expenses of the commonwealth.
It was derived under her father's will, and it amounted to the sum of twenty thousand pounds.
A measure derived via methods of questionable validity from data of a dubious and vague nature.
But the framers and followers of the outward beautiesderive thence the rule of judging of them, but not of using them.
From this common city it is, that understanding, reason, and law is derived unto us, for from whence else?