Considering the circumstances, you may go.
Seeing that it was involuntary, he can hardly be blamed.
Roughly speaking, all men are liars.
Looking at it in a shortened perspective of time, those years of transition have the quality of a single consecutive occurrence.H. G. Wells.
The Bill ... will bring about, assuming that it meets with good fortune in the remaining stages of its passage through Parliament, a very useful reform.Times.
Founding the appeal on this basis, it was judged proper to lay before Parliament...Burke.
Flattering themselves that their power is become necessary to the support of all order and government, everything which tends to the support of that power is sanctified.Burke.
Having considered terror as producing an unnatural tension and certain violent emotions of the nerves; it easily follows.Burke.
Having thus run through the causes of the sublime with reference to all the senses, my first observation will be found very nearly true.Burke.
Being much interested in the correspondence bearing on the question 'Do we believe?', the first difficulty arising in my mind is...Daily Telegraph.
My farm consisted of about twenty acres of excellent land, having given a hundred pounds for my predecessor's good will.Goldsmith.
Doubling the point, and running along the southern shore of the little peninsula, the scene changes.F. M. Crawford.
The most trying ... period was this one of enforced idleness waiting for the day of entry.Times.
Having acquired so many tropical colonies there is the undoubted duty attached to such possession of...Times.
SirReferring to your correspondent's (the Bishop of Croydon's) letter in to-day's issue, he quotes at the close of it the following passage.Daily Telegraph.
They had now reached the airy dwelling where Mrs. Macshake resided, and having rung, the door was at length most deliberately opened.S. Ferrier.
The lovers sought a shelter, and, mutually charmed with each other, time flew for a while on downy pinions.S. Ferrier.
A molecular change is propagated to the muscles by which the body is retracted, and causing them to contract, the act of retraction is brought about.Huxley.
Joseph, as they supposed, by tampering with Will, got all my secrets, and was acquainted with all my motions; and having also undertaken to watch all those of his young lady, the wise family were secure.Richardson.
Miss Pinkerton ... in vain ... tried to overawe her. Attempting once to scold her in public, Rebecca hit upon the ... plan of answering her in French, which quite routed the old woman.Thackeray.
But he thought it derogatory to a brave knight passively to await the assault, and ordering his own men to charge, the hostile squadrons, rapidly advancing against each other, met midway on the plain.Prescott.
Alvarado, roused by the noise of the attack on this quarter, hastened to the support of his officer, when Almagro, seizing the occasion, pushed across the bridge, dispersed the small body left to defend it, and, falling on Alvarado's rear, that general saw himself hemmed in on all sides.Prescott.
Murtagh, without a word of reply, went to the door, and shouting into the passage something in Irish, the room was instantly filled with bogtrotters.Borrow.
But, as before, Anne once more made me smart, and having equipped herself in a gown and bonnet of minenot of the newestoff we set.Crockett.
At this I was silent for a little, and then I resolved to speak plainly to Anne. But not being ready with my words, she got in first.Crockett.
For many years I had to contend with much opposition in the nature of scepticism; but having had hundreds of successful cases and proofs it has become such an established fact in the eastern counties that many landowners, &c., would not think of sinking a well without first seeking the aid of a water diviner.Times.
While hesitating to accept this terrible indictment of French infancy, it must be admitted that French literature in all its strength and wealth is a grown-up literature.Spectator.
He and those with whom he acted were responsible for the policy promulgateda policy put forward in all seriousness and honesty believing it to be essential to the obtaining of the better government of Ireland.Times.
Letters on the constant stopping of omnibuses, thus causing considerable suffering to the horses.
The Prince was, by the special command of his Majesty the Emperor, made the guardian of H.I.H. the Crown Prince, thus necessitating the Prince's constant presence in the capital of Japan.Times.
A very wealthy man can never be sure even of friendship,while the highest, strongest and noblest kind of love is nearly always denied to him, in this way carrying out the fulfilment of those strange but true words:'How hardly shall he that is a rich man enter the Kingdom of Heaven!'Corelli.
And then stooping to take up the key to let myself into the garden, he started and looked as if he heard somebody near the door.Richardson.
SirWith reference to this question 'Do we believe', while recognizing the vastness of the subject, its modern aspect has some definite features.Daily Telegraph.
Taken in conjunction with the splendid white and brown trout-fishing of the Rosses lakes and rivers, anglers have now the opportunity of fishing one of the best, if not the best, fishery to be obtained in Ireland.Advt.
SirHaving read with much interest the letters re 'Believe only' now appearing in the Daily Telegraph, perhaps some of your readers might be interested to know the following texts which have led some great men to 'believe only'.Daily Telegraph.
Being pushed unceremoniously to one sidewhich was precisely what wishedhe usurped my place.C. Brontë.
The higher forms of speech acquire a secondary strength from association. Having, in actual life, habitually heard them in connexion with mental impressions, and having been accustomed to meet with them in the most powerful writing, they come to have in themselves a species of force.Spencer.
Standing over one of the sluices of the Aswan dam last January, not only was the vibration evident to the senses...Times.
The following passage may be commended for use in examination papers. 'Always beloved by the Imperial couple who are to-day the Sovereign lord and lady of Great Britain, their Majesties have, on many occasions since the Devonshire houses rejoiced in a mistress once more, honoured them by visits extending over some days.'Times.
I, with whom that Impulse was the most intractable, the most capricious, the most maddening of masters (him before me always excepted)...C. Brontë.
'Special' is a much overworked word, it being loosely used to mean great in degree, also peculiar in kind.R. G. White.
This is said now because, having been said before, I have been judged as if I had made the pretensions which were then and which are now again disclaimed.R. G. White.