such contempts!--Questions asked your servant of no meaning but to break in upon me--I cannot bear it!
This old definition John L. Parkhurst disputes:--says it "is ambiguous;"--questions whether it means, "that the name of such a letter, or the simple sound," requires a vowel! "
what questions you ask!--Questions that you can as well answer yourself-- I can, I will, and thus I answer them-- Still louder I raised my voice.--She was overborne.--Sweet soul!
Kirkbride's Testimony.--Life not Worth Saving by Lie.--Concealing One's Condition from Robber in Bedroom.--Questions of Would-be Murderer.--"Do Right though the Heavens Fall.
Footnote 5: 'cry out beyond dispute'--unquestionably; 'cry out and no mistake.' '
On the 23rd of February the camp left Muttra; on the 3rd of March it was pitched under the walls of Delhi--'unquestionably the place of greatest interest' visited in this part of the tour.
he asked, with a rueful face,--"questions my word, which is incontrovertible?"
In front of it are the Colossal Lions and the Equestion Statue of Prince Albert.
E.--QUESTIONS ON VISUALISING AND OTHER ALLIED FACULTIES.
Survey of the Reign of George III.--The Cato Street Conspiracy.--The Queen's Return to England, and the Proceedings against her.--The King Visits Ireland and Scotland.--Reform of the Criminal Code.--Freedom of Trade.--Death of Lord Liverpool.--The Duke of Wellington becomes Prime-minister.--Repeal of the Test and Corporation Act.--O'Connell is Elected for Clare.--Peel Resigns his Seat for Oxford.--Catholic Emancipation.--Question of the Endowment of the Roman Catholic Clergy.--Constitutional Character of the Emancipation.--The Propriety of Mr. Peel's Resignation of his Seat for Oxford Questioned.
The Toleration Act.--Impropriety of making Catholic Emancipation (or any other Important Matter) an Open Question.--Joint Responsibility of all the Ministers.--Detention of Napoleon at St. Helena.--Question whether the Regent could Give Evidence in a Court of Law in a Civil Action.--Agitation for Reform.--Public Meetings.--The Manchester Meeting.--The Seditious Meetings Prevention Bill.--Lord Sidmouth's Six Acts.
Footnote A: It may possibly strike some of my readers as strange that a geometrical question should be put in a conversation on the alphabet, but it should be remembered that, according to the Infant School system, language is not taught exclusively, but in connection with number and form;--questions like the above, therefore are calculated to excite their memories, and induce an application of their geometrical knowledge.
And no sooner had she made sure of the object than she found her way into the office, asking the porter as well as a clerk where the pelican was to be found,--questions that produced a smile; but smile here or smile there, Annie was not to be beat; nor did she stop in her progress until at last she was shown into a room where she saw, perched on a high stool, with three (of course) long legs, a strange-looking personage with a curled wig and a pair of green spectacles, who no doubt must be the pelican himself.
I have begun by trying to tell you how a great influencing thought was given into Leslie Goldthwaite's life, and began to unravel for her perplexing questions that had troubled her,--questions that come, I think, to many a young girl just entering upon the world, as they came to her; how, in the simple history of her summer among the mountains, a great deal solved itself and grew clear.
UNDER RULE III.--QUESTIONS INDIRECT.
RULE I.--QUESTIONS DIRECT.
UNDER RULE II.--QUESTIONS UNITED.
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CHAPTER V. The Affairs of Ireland.--Condition of the Irish Parliament.--The Octennial Bill.--The Penal Laws.--Non-residence of the Lord- lieutenant.--Influence of the American War on Ireland.--Enrolment of the Volunteers.--Concession of all the Demands of Ireland.--Violence of the Volunteers.--Their Convention.--Violence of the Opposition in Parliament: Mr. Brownlow, Mr. Grattan, Mr. Flood.--Pitt's Propositions Fail.--Fitzgibbon's Conspiracy Bill.--Regency Question.--Recovery of the King.--Question of a Legislative Union.--Establishment of Maynooth College.--Lord Edward Fitzgerald.--Arguments for and against the Union.--It passes the Irish Parliament.--Details of the Measure.-- General Character of the Union.--Circumstances which Prevented its Completeness.
"At Forty Mile River I made some arrangements with the traders there (Messrs. Harper & McQuestion) about supplies during the winter, and about getting Indians to assist me in crossing from the Yukon to the head of the Porcupine, or perhaps on to the Peel River.
Windham's Compulsory Training Bill.--Illness of the King, and Regency.--Recurrence to the Precedent of 1788-'89.--Death of Mr. Perceval.--Lord Liverpool becomes Prime-minister.--Question of Appointments in the Household.--Appointment of a Prime-minister.
Wealth sufficient, increasing not diminishing, had rewarded his labors in the Times, which were now in their full flower; he had influence of a sort; went busily among busy public men; and enjoyed, in the questionable form attached to journalism and anonymity, a social consideration and position which were abundantly gratifying to him.
with, to what equivalent, --each requires its appropriate FORM, --questionable uses of, admitted by MURR.
I should like to lead you; I should like to arm every colored man in this town, and have them stand firmly in line, not for attack, but for defense; but if I attempted it, and they should stand by me, which is questionable,--for I have met them fleeing from the town,--my life would pay the forfeit.
Ever so peaceful, and relieved from the imbecility of the little boy's father and the questionableness of the little girl's-- VIVIE smothering the word against her breast Sh-sh-sh-sh!
the thing is done; and all that remains to be done is to dilate (as the Rev. Dionysius O'Blareaway would do at this stage of the process) upon the moral question which has been so cunningly raised, and to inquire, firstly,--how the virtues of meekness and humility could be predicated of Frederick Augustus St. Just, Viscount Scoutbush and Baron Torytown, in the peerage of Ireland; and secondly,--how those virtues were called into special action by his questionably wise attachment to a new actress, to whom he had never spoken a word in his life.
The Cuban Question.%--Absorbing as were the election and the tariff, there was another matter, which for two years past had steadily grown more and more serious.
6.--When the adjective is preceded by any other adverb than too, so, as, or how, the article is almost always placed before the adverb: as, "One of the most complete models;"--"An equally important question;"--"An exceedingly rough passage;"--"A very important difference."
I alone in the world understand and could have answered that question,--and that is the reason I go back to Ploszow.
'You cannot give us,' he asked again,--and this was his last question,--'any clearer record of those months which you lived with your husband?'
And yet this Seneca, that could confute and blame them, is all out as much to be blamed and confuted himself, as mad himself; for he holds fatum Stoicum, that inevitable Necessity in the other extreme, as those Chaldean astrologers of old did, against whom the prophet Jeremiah so often thunders, and those heathen mathematicians, Nigidius Figulus, magicians, and Priscilianists, whom St. Austin so eagerly confutes, those Arabian questionaries, Novem Judices, Albumazer, Dorotheus, &c., and our countryman Estuidus, that take upon them to define out of those great conjunction of stars, with Ptolomeus, the periods of kingdoms, or religions, of all future accidents, wars, plagues, schisms, heresies, and what not?
Let those two questionary petitioners try to do this with their whos and their whiches.
A benevolent desire to launch far and wide the already well-spread reputation of the New York rowdy impels the present writer to declare his conviction, that, should Physiology offer a premium for the production of a perfect and unmitigated specimen of polisson, Experience would seek for it among the choice representatives of the class in question,--ay, and find it, too.
To be--or not to be--that is the question--"--Burgh's Speaker, p. 179.
That was not the way he put the question,--but whether she would take seriously to this schoolmaster, and if she did, what would be the neatest and surest and quickest way of putting a stop to all that nonsense.
I pumped the landlord, and the landlady, and the barmaid, and the chambermaid, and the waiters, and the cook, and every thing that could speak in the house; still to no purpose, each ending his reply with, "Lord, Sir, he's as honest a gentleman, for aught I know, as any in the world"; then would come a question,--"But perhaps you know something of him yourself?"
I never loved Melanthe, by heaven, resumed he; she made me advance, and not to have returned, them, would have called even my common civility in question;--but from the first moment I saw your beauties, I was determined to neglect nothing that might give me the enjoyment of them:--fortune has crowned my wishes, you are in my power, and it would be madness in you to lose the merit of yielding, and I compel me to be obliged to my own strength for a pleasure I would rather owe to your softness:--come, come, continued he, after having fastened the door, let us go to bed;--I will save your modesty, by pulling your cloaths off myself.
Question.--Can these link belts be used on dynamos for electric lights?
but, 'Does the sentence ask a question?'"--Churchill's Gram.,
It must not be dispensed with after the fashion of Tummus and Jim, who held the following dialogue upon a vital question:--Tummus. "
A ces mots, Frederic fronca d'abord les sourcils; puis, s'il faut en croire la legende, il sourit et recompensa celui qui avait su repondre spirituellement a sa blessante question.--CLAUDE AUGE.
"Who asks the question?"--very civilly.
Letter XXVI.--Lunatic Asylum at Hanwell.--Humanity and Skill.--Quiet Demeanor of the Patients.--Anecdotes of the Inmates.--The Corn-law Question.--Coleman's Improvement on the Piano.
Letter XXV.--Voyage to Ireland.--Ailsa Craig.--County of Down.--County of Lowth.--Difference in the Appearance of the Inhabitants.-- Peat-Diggers.--A Park.--Samples of different Races of Men.--Round Towers.--Valley of the Boyne.--Dublin.--Its Parks.--O'Connell.--The Repeal Question.--Wall, the Artist.--Exhibition of the Royal Hibernian Society.
Some newspaper had thought the reverse, and had mooted the question;--was not the distance too great for such screams to have been heard, or, at any rate, understood?
FRAMPTON An eye of wanton liking he had placed Upon a Widow, who liked him again, But stood on terms of honourable love, And scrupled wronging his most virtuous wife--- When to their ears a lucky rumour ran, That this demure and saintly-seeming wife Had a first husband living; with the which Being question'd, she but faintly could deny.
Time and again, Josephine found herself repeating this same question,--What more could be asked than this?
Therefore, each eye was turned against its neighbor, and each man, as he passed you, asked the silent question,--"Did you shoot Herman Rosenthal?"