There were several of his priests and lawyers present (as I conjectured by their habits), who were commanded to address themselves to
me; and I spoke to them in as many languages as I had the least smattering of, which were High and Low Dutch, Latin, French, Spanish, Italian, and Lingua Franca, but all to no purpose.
(which is frequently the case); and there are not in the unseen world, voices more gentle and more true, that may be so implicitly relied on, or that are so certain to give none but tenderest counsel, as the Voices in which the Spirits of the Fireside and the Hearth address themselves to
When a little later he followed them across the hall, into one of the other rooms, he saw the host and hostess accompany the President to the door and two foreign ministers and a judge of the Supreme Court address themselves to
Thompson: All of the poems address themselves to
an unnamed, mid-Atlantic city undergoing a process of rapid growth and transformation.
The PLO quickly moved towards, as 'Isam Sakhnini put it in 1972, "an autonomous Palestinian action by which the Palestinian people will address themselves to
their cause directly and not vicariously."
All matters address themselves to
the rights of the poor and underprivileged.
Their objectives were: to organize their skills and abilities to influence necessary change, and to address themselves to
significant social problems affecting the Black community and other segments of the population whose needs society has not fulfilled.
He reiterates the need for Kenyans to address themselves to
the future we would want our children to live in and refuse to be distracted by the politics of 2022,' Raila said through his spokesman Dennis Onyango.
1.1.2 the councils intend t...irst instance bidders should address themselves to
the sq only 1.1.7 there is a strong ethos of collaboration underpinning the joint waste enforcement consortium.
Sitaraman is surely correct that unequal financial wealth also leads to despotism, yet there is something structurally different between solutions that focus on property laws as the key to power and those that address themselves to
redistribute accumulated wealth.
For the revealed Law nowhere undertakes to deny or affirm these sciences, and the latter nowhere address themselves to
religious matters." When one reads Imam al-Ghazali's works at a very superficial level, one can easily misunderstand what he is saying as anti-scientific in general.
The final sentences of this story address themselves to
"love," but might as well be read as Drake's manifesto on a city remade: "Love is a demon.
I have since learned that the motivations compelling re-enactors are incalculably complex, but generally address themselves to
the preservation of history and appropriate honor for the fallen." -Eliot Dudik
Authorities in Paris, all these years, have never taken the trouble to address themselves to
Furthermore, black leaders who address themselves to
the fundamental question-that black Americans must have full political and economic franchise--are arrested or harassed.