And that thou mayest clearly see this, say, Anselmo, hast thou not told me that I must force my suit upon a modest woman, decoy one that is virtuous, make overtures to one that is pure-minded, pay court to one that is prudent?
That thou wouldst rob me of it is clear, for when Camilla sees that I pay court to her as thou requirest, she will certainly regard me as a man without honour or right feeling, since I attempt and do a thing so much opposed to what I owe to my own position and thy friendship.
This being so, thou must remember that I am now labouring under that infirmity which women sometimes suffer from, when the craving seizes them to eat clay, plaster, charcoal, and things even worse, disgusting to look at, much more to eat; so that it will be necessary to have recourse to some artifice to cure me; and this can be easily effected if only thou wilt make a beginning, even though it be in a lukewarm and make-believe fashion, to pay court to Camilla, who will not be so yielding that her virtue will give way at the first attack: with this mere attempt I shall rest satisfied, and thou wilt have done what our friendship binds thee to do, not only in giving me life, but in persuading me not to discard my honour.
Kasatsky began to pay court
to her, and not merely for the sake of his career.
The doctor surprised his companions by informing them that this was the way to pay court
to the sultan.
Since we are not to marry each other, it is forbidden to pay court
Your father told me it in so many words when I asked his permission to pay court
to you myself--you are to marry Number Thirteen when his education is complete.
I have shrunk instinctively alike from those to whom you have urged me to pay court
, and from the motives of interest and gain which have rendered them in your eyes visible objects for my suit.
Sam approached with as good a determination to pay court
as did ever suitor after a vacant place at St.
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He was also ordered to sign the sex offenders' register for 10 years and had to pay court
costs of PS340.
Mr Crawford was also asked to pay court
costs of Au25.
Brenden Daly, aged 56, of Brookhill Road, Alum Rock, guilty of stealing copper piping worth PS800, given a PS450 fine, told to pay a PS45 victim surcharge and pay court
costs of PS750.
As well as the PS75 fine they were also ordered to pay court
costs ranging from PS15 to PS40.
She was prosecuted and ordered to pay court
costs and a fine totalling PS904.