Thorndike is interested in Henry Spear, coming up for sentence
in Part Three this morning.
You build up your sentences
well; you clinch your conclusions in a workmanlike manner.
While Benjamin and the lawyer were still poring over the scattered morsels of the letter which had been first discovered, and trying to piece them together again, the chemist had divided the greater part of the fragments specially confided to him into two halves each; and had correctly put together some five or six sentences
of the letter on the smooth sheet of cardboard prepared for that purpose.
And I'll swear I couldn't make out one of my sentences
to-day--no, nor ever could.
Found guilty by a jury notable for the business and professional men on it, the death sentence
was passed upon him and he was removed to San Quentin for execution.
If the hussy stood up for judgment before us five, that are now here in a knot together, would she come off with such a sentence
as the worshipful magistrates have awarded?
Now was the Sun in Western cadence low From Noon, and gentle Aires due at thir hour To fan the Earth now wak'd, and usher in The Eevning coole when he from wrauth more coole Came the mild Judge and Intercessor both To sentence
Man: the voice of God they heard Now walking in the Garden, by soft windes Brought to thir Ears, while day declin'd, they heard And from his presence hid themselves among The thickest Trees, both Man and Wife, till God Approaching, thus to ADAM call'd aloud.
The loss of life and estate would often be virtually included in a sentence
which, in its terms, imported nothing more than dismission from a present, and disqualification for a future, office.
Language in general includes the following parts:- Letter, Syllable, Connecting word, Noun, Verb, Inflexion or Case, Sentence
Oh," said Milady, raising herself, "I defy you to find any tribunal which pronounced that infamous sentence
It is like the message of reprieve from the sentence
of sorrow suspended over many a home, even if some of the men in her have been the most homeless mortals that you may find among the wanderers of the sea.
Then the Snark pronounced sentence
, the Judge being quite Too nervous to utter a word: When it rose to its feet, there was silence like night, And the fall of a pin might be heard.
They not only meet, but they have passed a sentence
One foul sentence
doth more hurt, than many foul examples.
The clerk set to work incontinently to draw up the account of the sentence