And what I say of the attractions of man and wife applies equally well to other family relationships, to friendships, to acquaintanceships and even to our relationship to the people we pass on the street or the heathen we never saw.
Anyhow he blessed his luck that an accident had so quickly broken the ice and established a state of confidential relationship between them.
You have not truly learned the word, brought it into a vassal's relationship with you, so fixed it in memory that henceforth, night or day, you can take it up like a familiar tool.
To see life in patches is to see pieces of a great picture by the square inch, and never to see the relationship of these to each othernever to see the whole.
The lady mentioned Paul's name and her cousin's relationship in that casual manner which constitutes an introduction in these degenerate days.
EXERCISE - Blood (Simple exercises in tracing blood relationships among words are given at the end of the chapter.
We can not get a right philosophy by working for right philosophy, but only by living in the right relationship as individuals: then as a by-product of religion a right philosophy will come.
Consanguinity or relationship by blood betrays itself in a hundred ways.
The ratio in length of the upper limbs to the lower is a fairly constant relationship for each sex normally Deviations occur with a break somewhere in the chain of cooperation of the internal secretions controlling the growth of bone.
It is not the same relationship on an indefinitely extended scale, but only a somewhat similar relationship, the limits of whose similarity are hidden in mystery.
His characteristics strongly resemble in many points both these breeds, and there can be but little doubt of his near relationship at some time or other to the Dandie.
Polygamy was not permitted; and relationship within certain degrees rendered the parties incapable of contracting marriage.
The purposeful and systematic types, in common with the Individualist and Marxist, regard the Normal Social Life, for all the many thousands of years behind it, as a phase, and as a phase which is now passing, in human experience; and they are prepared for a future society that may be ultimately different right down to its essential relationships from the human past.
But the man did not esteem family relationship above the safety of the State, nor was he less inclined to adopt Trajan because the latter was a Spaniard instead of an Italian or Italiot, [Footnote: Dio means by Italian one born in Italy, by Italiot one who settles in Italy.]
I myself had been, of late, less to the flat in the English Prospect, but I knew that he had taken my advice that he should be kind to Nicholas Markovitch with due British seriousness, and that he had been trying to bring some kind of relationship about.
A son and son-in-law of the brother in America were in the Federal army, and here was a sea-divided family filled with all the sad, silent solicitude of affection for beloved ones exposed to the fearful hazards of a war sundering more ties of blood-relationship than any other ever waged on earth.