But, after all, he was somewhat to blame in all that business and we may console ourselves with
the reflection that France has no cause of reproach in the matter and did all she could to serve him."
When we reflect on this struggle, we may console ourselves with
the full belief, that the war of nature is not incessant, that no fear is felt, that death is generally prompt, and that the vigorous, the healthy, and the happy survive and multiply.
If that's the case, then let's at least console ourselves with
the fact that it looked horrible and formed the basis of an awful series.
We can only console ourselves with
these songs for so long.
When the singer's fanatics-like me-miss him, we console ourselves with
the thought that the King of Pop has finally found the Neverland he's always been searching for.
As this most dismal of Newcastle United seasons reaches its nervy climax, perhaps we can console ourselves with
the thought that there have been worse times at the Toon - even if it doesn't feel like that at the moment.
The list of banned or sensitive words continues to grow, and now includes "universal values," "constitutional democracy," and "checks and balances" We console ourselves with
dark humor about our revenge on the censors.
At least we can console ourselves with
the implication that Cyprus is safe and zombie-free, or at least that it's handling the zombie crisis better than it handled the economic crisis.
Or we stand at the grave of a loved one and console ourselves with
the thought that life somehow continues spiritually.
We will have to console ourselves with
the pre-World Masters trophy and that fifth place at the World Championship.
So while we ordinary folks pray that our paltry pensions stay intact and our 401(k)s don't implode, we console ourselves with
the bromide that money can't buy happiness.
Ann Robinson, director of consumer policy at uSwitch.com, said: "Last year at least our neighbours in Ireland were worse off, now we can't even console ourselves with
Sam Hoskins says the TBA Next Generation Committee can help stimulate newcomers' interest in racing and breeding RACING in Britain and Ireland may be suffering from funding problems, but we can console ourselves with
the knowledge that we have the best racehorses and bloodlines in the world.
That was what we tried to console ourselves with
when, an hour later, stomachs full, our guilty conscience pricked over the less than friendly way we treated the delivery man's excuse of "T-t-t-traffic." Anyway, Kipp's brief brush with starvation has helped us have a greater appreciation for the ongoing discussion about rising food prices, and consequently the threat of food shortages in the UAE.
We will console ourselves with
the fact that they are now together and we no longer have the heartache of wondering where Richard is.