She reproaches her mother for wanting her to live as though she had no genital, and recognizes this reproach in the introductory sentence of the dream; the mother sends away her little one so that she must go alone.
In stating the penalty of an offense, the legal word sentence is now more common than condemn; as, he was sentenced to imprisonment; but it is good usage to say, he was condemned to imprisonment.
However, we got him excommunicated for six weeks, and sentenced in no end of costs; and then the baker’s proctor, and the judge, and the advocates on both sides (who were all nearly related), went out of town together, and Mr. Spenlow and I drove away in the phaeton.
The main point is that they should have good intentions and be desirous of doing right in all things, for they will never be at a loss for persons to advise and direct them in what they have to do, like those knight-governors who, being no lawyers, pronounce sentences with the aid of an assessor.
The criminal sees that the evidence is so complete that he is soon to be convicted and seeks a mitigation of the sentence by confession, or he hopes through a more honest narration of the crime to throw a great degree of the guilt on another.
He had an odd autobiographical habit which led him to compose in his mind from time to time a short sentence about himself containing a subject in the third person and a predicate in the past tense.
"Because sentence against an evil work is not executed speedily, therefore the heart of the sons of men is fully set in them to do evil.
If he (Jefferson) condescended to turn ---- sentences for delicate ears--still, he was essentially an earnest man.
Anathema was the papal weapon, and while the King's declaration might even be resented by other rulers as an attempt to dictate to them in a matter of common concern to all, the papal sentence on the King was regarded by all as influencing the fate, not of the King only, but of all who remained in communication with him, if not in this world, at any rate in the world to come.
My first endeavor was to divide the sentence into the natural division intended by the cryptographist.”
While the excellent Professor spoke sentence after sentence, he stood with folded arms, utterly still, motionless to all my uncle's gesticulations.
Nick himself thinks he was destinedfor a harsh sentence from the start.
He was not quite sure whether she heard this latter sentence before she went to the brook to wash her palette.
Students sometimes acquire the habit of reading single sentences at a time, then of writing them down, thinking that by making an exact copy of the book, they are playing safe.
Often many of these modifiers are not strictly necessary to complete the sense and a period may be inserted at some point before the close of the sentence without destroying its grammatical completeness.
If we bring the sentence up to date, and it is as true now as it was then, we may substitute "business" for "court."
We have only just begun, however—”Again Nastasia Philipovna did not hear the sentence out.
The variations in sentences due to emphasis have given rise to a rhetorical division of sentences into two classes, called loose and periodic.