If she were an ordinary wage-worker, we should say of her that her occupation was an unstandardized one, and that individually she was too dependent upon the personal goodwill of another.
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High o'er his head waved a bright golden standard-- Now let the waves bear their wealth to the holm.
On August 18th the following letter on the "Eight Hours Movement" appeared in The Standard:-- Sir,--Supposing it were the custom, in a certain town, to sell eggs in paper bags at so much per bag, and that a fierce dispute had arisen between the egg vendors and the public as to how many eggs each bag should be understood to contain, the vendors wishing to be allowed to make up smaller bags; and supposing the public were to say, "In future we will pay you so much per egg, and you can make up bags as you please," would any ground remain for further dispute?
The fireman on a fast locomotive is kept extremely busy, for he must keep the steam-pressure up to the required standard--150 or 200 pounds--no matter how fast the sucking cylinders may draw it out.
With equal if not greater rapidity the Roman silver coinage penetrated into Spain, where the great silver-mines existed and there was virtually no earlier national coinage; at a very early period the Spanish towns even began to coin after the Roman standard.(20) On the whole, as Carthage coined only to a very limited extent,(21) there existed not a single important mint in addition to that of Rome in the region of the western Mediterranean, with the exception of that of Massilia and perhaps also those of the Illyrian Greeks in Apollonia and Dyrrhachium.
The other fourteen carried a less number of slaves (and they might have taken more on board if they had pleased); so that the average number in the nineteen was but one man and four-fifths to a ton, or ten in a hundred below their lowest standardA. One again said, that no inconvenience arose in consequence of the narrow space allowed to each individual in these voyages.
so easy to come up to an existing standard!--as easy as it is to the lover to swim to his maiden, through waves so grim before.
The history of Alnwick is the history of the castle and its lords, from the days of Gilbert Tyson, variously known as Tison, Tisson, and De Tesson, one of the Conqueror's standardbearers, upon whom this northern estate was bestowed, until the present time.
"--Truth Fundamental to Deity.--Relatively Low Standard of Greeks.--Incidental Testimony of Herodotus.--Truthfulness of Achilles.--Plato.--Aristotle.--Theognis.--Pindar.--Tragedy of Philoctetes.--Roman Standard.--Cicero.--Marcus Aurelius.--German Ideal.--Veracity a Primitive Conception.--Lie Abhorrent among Hill Tribes of India.--Khonds.--Sonthals.--Todas.--Bheels.--Sowrahs.-- Tipperahs.--Arabs.--American Indians.--Patagonians.--Hottentots.-- East Africans.--Mandingoes.--Dyaks of Borneo,--"Lying Heaps.
The streets of Oxford resound with many hoofs; armed troopers are gathering beside chapel and quadrangle, gateway and tower; the trumpeter waves his gold and crimson trappings, and blows, "To the Standard,"--for the great flag is borne to the front, and Rupert and his men are mustering for a night of danger beneath that banner of "Tender and True."
What can prevent this republick from soon raising a literary standard?"--Ib.,
What can prevent this republic from soon raising a literary standard?"--Id. "
The more modern statements of Socialism do not contemplate making the State the sole employer; it is chiefly in transport, mining, fisheries, forestry, the cultivation of the food staples, and the manufacture of a few such articles as bricks and steel, and possibly in housing in what one might call the standardisable industries, that the State is imagined as the direct owner and employer and it is just in these departments that the bulk of the irksome toil is to be found.
A city hammers and polishes its denizens into a defined model: it worships standardisation; but the country encourages differentiation, it loves new types.
One is occasionally tempted to hope that women's costumes might be similarly standardised.
Government standardization. (
The tendency of group morality to standardize man--and thus reduce all men to the dead level of an average mediocrity--is one that the law should combat.
Out of this same gross scale of things come many other evils; great states subsisting on the subjugation and exploitation of small and alien peoples; great cities which when they exceed more than 100,000 in population are a menace, when they exceed 1,000,000 are a crime; division of labour and specialization which degrade men to the level of machines; concentration and segregation of industries, the factory system, high finance and international finance, capitalism, trades-unionism and the International, standardized education, "metropolitan" newspapers, pragmatic philosophy, and churches "run on business methods" and recruited by advertising and "publicity agents."
Well, in the mood cited, the institution raises and standardizes its entrance-requirements and generally excludes special students.
One of the most satisfactory results of the strikes among the garment-workers has been the standardizing of the trade wherever an agreement has been procured and steadily adhered to.
Standardmetalfoulingsolution.--Ammonium persulphate, 1 ounce, or 2 medium heaping spoonfuls.
-10-Augustus limited the number of the populace to be supplied with grain, something previously left vague, to twenty myriads, and, as some say, he gave each one sixty denarii.. .. to Mars, and that he himself and his grandsons, as often as they pleased, and those who were passing from the classification of children and were being registered among the iuvenes, should invariably resort thither; that magistrates being despatched to offices abroad should make that their starting-point; that the senate should there declare their votes in regard to the granting of triumphs and the victors celebrating them should devote to this Mars their sceptre and their crown; that such victors and all others who might obtain triumphal honors should have their likenesses in bronze erected in the Forum; that in case military standards captured by the enemy were ever recovered, they should be placed in the temple; that a festival of the god should be celebrated near the Scalae by the persons successively occupying the office of praefectus alae; that a nail should be driven for his glory by those acting as censors; that senators have the right to undertake the work of furnishing the horses that were to compete in the equestrian contest, as well as the general care of the temple, precisely as had been provided by law in the case of Apollo and in the case of Jupiter Capitolinus.
--Opinions of Contemporary Critics.--Isaac Augustus Dorner.-- Character and Principles.--Keen Definitions.--High Standards.-- Clearness and Consistency.--Hans Lassen Martensen.--Logic Swayed by Feeling.--Right Premises and Wavering Reasonings.--Lofty Ideals.-- Story of Jeanie Deans.--Correct Conclusions.--Influence of Personal Peculiarities on Ethical Convictions.--Contrast of Charles Hodge and James H. Thornwell.--Dr.
To read plebis for plebi would very much improve the sense.--D.O. Footnote 64: Twenty years.--D.O. Footnote 65: The misfortunes of the previous campaign were supposed to exert an influence on the present one.--D.O. Footnote 66: The cavalry at this period wore no defensive armour, and carried only an ox-hide buckler and a light lance.--D.O. Footnote 67: A victorious general who had entered the city could not afterward triumph.--D.O. Footnote 68: It was first necessary for these to be adopted into plebeian families, as none but plebeians were eligible.--D.O. Footnote 69: It stood about where the Arch of Gallienus now stands.--D.O. Footnote 70: Each legion was divided into ten cohorts.--D.O. Footnote 71: A not unusual method of forcing the charge, as not only military honour but religious sentiment forbade the loss of the standards.--D. O. Footnote 72: About twenty miles from Rome in the Alban Mountains.
The lion in the 'Change by no means came up to his ideal standard,--so impossible is it for Nature, in any of her works, to come up to the standard of a child's imagination!
Volunteers from all parts of Italy flocked to his standard,--some four thousand disorderly troops, but devoted to him and to the cause of Italian independence.
to enquire into the condition of the Exchequer (now Board of Trade) Standards.--The Metric System.
That the preservation of national memories is an element and a means of national greatness, that their revival is a sign of reviving nationality, that every heroic defender, every patriotic restorer, has been inspired by such memories and has made them his watchword, that even such a corporate existence as that of a Roman legion or an English regiment has been made valorous by memorial standards,--these are the glorious commonplaces of historic teaching at our public schools and universities, being happily ingrained in Greek and Latin classics.
The highest breeding, you know, comes round to the Indian standard,--to take everything coolly,--nil admirari,--if you happen to be learned and like the Roman phrase for the same thing.
Principles, not Rules, the Bible Standard.--Two Pictures of Paradise.--Place of Liars.--God True, though Men Lie.--Hebrew Midwives.--Jacob and Esau.--Rahab the Lying Harlot.--Samuel at Bethlehem.--Micaiah before Jehoshaphat and Ahab.--Character and Conduct.--Abraham.--Isaac.--Jacob.--David.--Ananias and Sapphira.--Bible Injunctions and Warnings.
This then is love, when judged by a lofty standard,--worship of what is most glorious in mind and soul.
But still, we do not condemn imbeciles, idiots or defectives, or other substandard, subnormal creatures to the prisons.
390.--Standards of the Church and the Empire.--Reduced from an Engraving of the "Entry of Charles V. and Clement VII.
201.--Standard Weight in Brass of the Fish-market at Mans: Sign of the Syren (End of the Sixteenth Century).