Accordingly, in a dialectical contest we must put objective truth aside, or, rather, we must regard it as an accidental circumstance, and look only to the defence of our own position and the refutation of our opponent's.
Any resemblance to any actual persons, living or dead, or to any events or locales is entirely coincidental.
They found about seventy continental soldiers, who had been engaged merely for the defence of the frontiers, whom they butchered with every circumstance of horrid cruelty.
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So far from still higher wages for well-paid workpeople being regarded in the world of manual labor as detrimental to the interests of other workpeople, it has become almost a point of honor to believe the contrary.
He traveled far and took a long time to it, but the simplicity of his kitchen arrangements was elemental.
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While typhoid fever, smallpox, cholera and diphtheria retreated before the remedies which enlightened science applied by means of the experimental method, removing their concrete causes, we see on the other hand that insanity, suicide and crime, that painful trinity, are growing apace.
Thus, while the Dissenter might alter the terms of his liturgy to a degree not allowed to the Churchman (though the latter would in those lax days go pretty far sometimes), he was still supposed to be 'sound' on the fundamental creeds.
Then, in a low sweet gentle voice, she uttered these words: "O gracious sir, why do you, having just delivered me from a terrible death, now overwhelm me in a sea of love whose waves are the agitations of anxiety driven by the wind of passion?
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Can these possibly be one in any other sense than as principal and instrumental are one?
then as to good and evil we are affected pleasurably or painfully, as the case may be: sometimes, if I am right in my conclusion, through the mind itself alone; at other times..." (10) Or, "they are mental partly, partly physical."
At the time of the Commonwealth, while the interior of the sacred fabric underwent every sort of desecration and mutilation,--while stones were torn from the pavement, and monumental brasses from tombs,--while carved stalls were burnt, and statues plucked from their niches,--a similar fate attended the portico.
It may be believed, as Fox himself came at last to believe, that Napoleon in his latest years was really an enemy to freedom, in the sense that he was an enemy to that very special and occidental form of freedom which we call Nationalism.
de la Chine occidentale, p. 45), says that all the inhabitants of Khotan are seeking for precious stones, and that melons and fruits are more plentiful than at Yarkand.--H. C. Mr. Johnson reports the whole country to be rich in soil and very much under-peopled.
The ventilator above the divan, which he had determined to be the spy-hole through which his every movement was watched, had an ornamental framework studded with metal knobs.
Madonna Maria, left so young a widow--she was only twenty-five--consecrated her life to the care of her young son--just eight years old--and, under her parental roof in the Via del Corso, she engaged some of the best teachers of the day to undertake his education.
of establishing rules for deciding what captures on land and water shall be legal; of granting letters of marque and reprisal in time of peace; appointing courts for the trial of piracies and felonies on the high seas; for deciding controversies between the States and between individuals claiming lands under two or more States whose jurisdiction has been adjusted; of regulating the alloy and value of coin struck by their authority and of foreign coin; fixing the standard of weights and measures; regulating the trade with the Indians; establishing and regulating post offices from one State to another and throughout all the States, and exacting such postage as may be requisite to defray the expenses of the office; of appointing all officers of the land forces except the regimental; appointing all the officers of the naval forces; to ascertain the necessary sums of money to be raised for the service of the United States and appropriate the same; to borrow money and emit bills of credit; to build and equip a Navy; to agree on the number of land forces and to make requisitions on each State for its quota; that the assent of nine States shall be requisite to these great acts.
At a hasty Cabinet Council, held just before they were to speak, it was agreed, after about twenty minutes' discussion, that the borough rental should be raised to L6.
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I am indebted to my friend, Professor A. J. Carnoy, of the University of Louvain, for having kindly gathered and placed at my disposal material on the "twin-brother" motif from Indo-European sources, supplemental to Rendell Harris' work.
To temperamental pairing, he declared, the century owed its breed of decadents.
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Still more remarkable endurance tests are the transcontinental trips which are undertaken so frequently nowadays that they no longer attract attention.
Our business, our unsentimental business, is to set about establishing such conditions that they will so die out.