All this is admitted, it will perhaps be said; but does it follow, from an admission of numbers for the measure of representation, or of slaves combined with free citizens as a ratio of taxation, that slaves ought to be included in the numerical rule
He was intensely moved by the grandeur of the struggle for life, and the ethical rule
which it suggested seemed to fit in with his predispositions.
I repeat that the main rule
by which I have been guided in collecting money is to do my full duty in regard to giving people who have money an opportunity for help.
The fencer who demanded a contest according to the rules
of fencing was the French army; his opponent who threw away the rapier and snatched up the cudgel was the Russian people; those who try to explain the matter according to the rules
of fencing are the historians who have described the event.
Then, after a pause, he asked: "Did you say a Tin Woodman rules
The critic, rightly considered, is no more than the clerk, whose office it is to transcribe the rules
and laws laid down by those great judges whose vast strength of genius hath placed them in the light of legislators, in the several sciences over which they presided.
Your father settled down in New England, to rule
over rocks and stones, and to force an existence out of Nature; and mine settled in Louisiana, to rule
over men and women, and force existence out of them.
How would it be possible to agree upon a rule
of apportionment satisfactory to all?
An end, on the contrary, is that which itself naturally follows some other thing, either by necessity, or as a rule
, but has nothing following it.
For the hereditary prince has less cause and less necessity to offend; hence it happens that he will be more loved; and unless extraordinary vices cause him to be hated, it is reasonable to expect that his subjects will be naturally well disposed towards him; and in the antiquity and duration of his rule
the memories and motives that make for change are lost, for one change always leaves the toothing for another.
the hearts of mightiest men - we rule
"With a despotic sway all giant minds.
Then he said, "The Winkies were very kind to me, and wanted me to rule
over them after the Wicked Witch died.
Thus his ideal city is, as he says, a pattern laid up in heaven by which the just man may rule
his life, a pattern therefore in the meantime for the individual and not for the statesman.
But I'm afraid you cannot rule
the Emerald City, as you used to, because we now have a beautiful Princess whom everyone loves dearly.
Kindness is all very well, but you can't rule
them by kindness only.