He once intended to acquaint Allworthy with the whole; but he could not bring himself to submit to
the confession, by which he must take to his share so great a portion of guilt.
for it seems not right to turn out and banish such a one; neither does it seem right to govern him, for that would be like desiring to share the power with Jupiter and to govern him: nothing then remains but what indeed seems natural, and that is for all persons quietly to submit to
the government of those who are thus eminently virtuous, and let them be perpetually kings in the separate states.
Valour was at length forced to submit to
superiority of numbers; the enemy entered the camp and put all to the sword.
Now therefore the artful Irregular whom I described above as the real author of this diabolical Bill, determined at one blow to lower the status of the Hierarchy by forcing them to submit to
the pollution of Colour, and at the same time to destroy their domestic opportunities of training in the Art of Sight Recognition, so as to enfeeble their intellects by depriving them of their pure and colourless homes.
Would Connecticut and New Jersey long submit to
be taxed by New York for her exclusive benefit?
Section 2808 also requires the Secretary of Defense to submit to
the cognizant congressional committees, within seven days after operation and maintenance funds are obligated for a construction project, notice that includes the following:
Despite Data Bank costs that are four times higher than in the Unisys contract (see below), an executive of one of the largest malpractice insurance companies said that in 1992 there continue to be "rather frequent" data entry or keying errors in the many malpractice reports they submit to
the Data Bank.