John Smith, Esq., 'Chatsworth', Melton Road, Leamington.
How is it that during the year in which that scheme has been, so to speak, 'in the pillory', no alternative has, at any rate, been made public?Times.
Robert Brown and William Marshall, convicted of robbery with violence, were sentenced respectively to five years' penal servitude and eighteen strokes with the 'cat', and seven years' penal servitude.Times.
...not forgetful of how soon 'things Japanese' would be things of the past for her.Sladen.
So that the prince and I were able to avoid that 'familiarity that breeds contempt' by keeping up our own separate establishments.Corelli. ...the Rector, lineal representative of the ancient monarchs of the University, though now, little more than a 'king of shreds and patches'.Huxley. We agree pretty well in our tastes and habitsyet so, as 'with a difference'.Lamb.
(1) Views advocated by Dr. Whately in his well-known 'Essays'; It is enough for us to reflect that 'Such shortlived wits do wither as they grow'. We hear that 'whom the gods love die young', and thenceforth we collect the cases that illustrate it. (1 a) 'You are breaking the rules.' 'Well, the rules are silly.' (1 b) 'Certainly not;' he exclaimed 'I would have died rather'. (2) 'I cannot guess' he retorted 'what you mean'. (3) But 'why drag in Velasquez?' But what is the use of saying 'Call no man happy till he dies'? Is the question 'Where was he?' or 'What was he doing?'? How absurd to ask 'Can a thing both be and not be?'!
'The passing crowd' is a phrase coined in the spirit of indifference. Yet, to a man of what Plato calls 'universal sympathies,' and even to the plain, ordinary denizens of this world, what can be more interesting than 'the passing crowd'?B.
I remember an old scholastic aphorism, which says, 'that the man who lives wholly detached from others, must be either an angel or a devil.'Burke.
Then, with 'a sarvant, sir' to me, he took himself into the kitchen.Borrow.
They make it perfectly clear and plain, he informed the House, that 'Sir Antony MacDonnell was invited by him, rather as a colleague than as a mere Under-Secretary, to register my will.'Times.
It is long since he partook of the Holy Communion, though there was an Easterday, of which he writes, when 'he might have remained quietly in (his) corner during the office, if...'.Times.
He then followed my example, declared he never felt more refreshed in his life, and, giving a bound, said, 'he would go and look after his horses.'Borrow.
The next question is, Whence is this income derived?Times. The next question is 'Whence is this income derived?'. (Full direct quotation. Observe the 'monstrosity' stop) The next question is whence this income is derived. (Indirect quotation) The next question is 'Whence this income is derived'. (Indirect quotation with quotation marks, or half-and-half quotation, like the Borrow sentence)