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She beheld herself the champion of married love in its purity and supremacy; what her niece stood for she was quite unable to say, but she was filled with the gravest suspicions.
You make me feel very uncomfortable, Mary," said Rosamond, with her gravest mildness; "I would not tell mamma for the world.
Though her judgment told her that all would be well were her Tarzan to go alone in accordance with the mysterious stranger's summons, her intuition would not permit her to lay aside suspicion of the gravest dangers to both her husband and her son.
Our country is in the gravest danger and nothing else is of the slightest possible significance.
The blacks were getting more sullen and defiant, and the appearance of the men the previous night on his veranda--one of the gravest of offences on Berande--was ominous.
And thou thyself seem'st otherwise inclined Than to a worldly crown, addicted more To contemplation and profound dispute; As by that early action may be judged, When, slipping from thy mother's eye, thou went'st Alone into the Temple, there wast found Among the gravest Rabbies, disputant On points and questions fitting Moses' chair, Teaching, not taught.
Although I had feared as much, since our experience in England, I could not but own to a feeling of marked disappointment, and to the gravest fears of the future, which induced a mental depression that was in no way dissipated by the continued familiarity between Victory and Snider.
I can tell you," said Sir Patrick, in his gravest and dryest manner.
The gravest questions of morals and politics may be discussed, and even solved.
In the four succeeding chapters, the most apparent and gravest difficulties on the theory will be given: namely, first, the difficulties of transitions, or in understanding how a simple being or a simple organ can be changed and perfected into a highly developed being or elaborately constructed organ; secondly the subject of Instinct, or the mental powers of animals, thirdly, Hybridism, or the infertility of species and the fertility of varieties when intercrossed; and fourthly, the imperfection of the Geological Record.
Because, if I am not mistaken, we shall have to say that about men poets and story-tellers are guilty of making the gravest misstatements when they tell us that wicked men are often happy, and the good miserable; and that injustice is profitable when undetected, but that justice is a man's own loss and another's gain--these things we shall forbid them to utter, and command them to sing and say the opposite.
NNA - President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday extremism and terrorism are the gravest problems of the region and that Iran and Turkey should cooperate on a joint scientific plan to uproot them in Middle East.
That dog killed that child in an offence of the gravest harm imaginable.
Numerous representatives of government institutions, the academia and the business sector of the Republic of Macedonia and the region shared their experience and discussed the possibilities of teaming up and assuming a regional approach to fighting cyber crime as one of the gravest modern-day security threats.
23 broadcast, illustrated in the gravest terms the dire conditions of America's roads and bridges - and indicted congressional inaction on this major issue.