He watched us with sullen eyes until we had left his premises.
“In that case I should be glad to hear the evidence and to examine the premises without an instant of unnecessary delay.”
Sir Pitt had judged correctly, that she would not quit the premises.
The phœbe had already come once more and looked in at my door and window, to see if my house was cavern-like enough for her, sustaining herself on humming wings with clinched talons, as if she held by the air, while she surveyed the premises.
She shrank from following out the premises to their conclusion, and so acknowledging to herself how much she valued his respect and good opinion.
Her way back to the house was by a path through a young plantation of tapering firs, which had been planted some years earlier to shelter the premises from the north wind.
They would start by scouting the idea; ten to one they would deny the premise, and retort that life was just what we chose to make it; which is a fallacy, in that it assumes that any one atom in the human scheme is absolutely independent--firstly, of the rest of the crowd; secondly, of circumstances--in fact, is competent to boss the former and direct the latter.
To dream of entering strange premises and have a bulldog attack you, you will be in danger of transgressing the laws of your country by using perjury to obtain your desires.
The Secret Service seized all copies of the game at the company’spremises and made doubly certain that they collected the data for Loyd’s manualas well.
I see you profit by my advice, and are making the most of your time in inspecting the premises—in-satisfying your eyesWith the memorials and the things of fameThat most renown this city.—
Hence, when we criminalists study a difficult case with regard to the question of proof, there are two things to do in order to test the premises for correctness accord-<p 143>ing to the standards of our other experiences, and to draw logically correct inferences from these premises.
I have heard of a dog that barked at every stranger who approached his master’s premises with clothes on, but was easily quieted by a naked thief.
The modern quantification of psychology was begun by Herbart, who developed a mathematical system of psychology by introducing certain completely unempirical postulates concerning the nature of representation and by applying certain simple premises in all deductions concerning numerical extent.
"Does he always guard the premises in this way?"
Some years later, ESR (disappointed by Hastings and Tarr's failure to exploit a great premise more thoroughly) posted a 3-times-longer complete rewrite called "UNIX WARS"; the two are often confused.
If the conciseness and generality of Baron Humboldt's dissertation had not obliged him in this instance to content himself with enunciating his conclusion without discussing the premises, he would doubtless have recognised that the question cannot be decided on grounds so simple as those to which he confines himself.