I am the last man in the world, I hope, to shrink from accepting my fair share of
You, my sons, will give her a fair share of
the Agra treasure.
I shall surprise you very much when you hear what I have to say; and I am afraid I shall occupy more than my fair share of
It seemed to me that I was doing more than my fair share of
the work on this trip, and I was beginning to feel strongly on the subject.
This friend was a merchant, a man of enterprising spirit and undoubted talent, who was somewhat straitened in his mercantile pursuits for want of capital; but generously proposed to give my father a fair share of
his profits, if he would only entrust him with what he could spare; and he thought he might safely promise that whatever sum the latter chose to put into his hands, it should bring him in cent.
Indeed great men have often more than their fair share of
poor relations, inasmuch as very red blood of the superior quality, like inferior blood unlawfully shed, WILL cry aloud and WILL be heard.
She included them all in her forecast, she included them all in her maternity, although the party comprised William Pepper and Miss Allan, both of whom might have been supposed to have seen a fair share of
Give her her fair share of
your praise, and how much do you leave for him?
If the number of eggs in one of these nests is, as I believe, not greater on an average than the number laid by one female in the season, then there must be as many nests as females, and each cock bird will have its fair share of
the labour of incubation; and that during a period when the females probably could not sit, from not having finished laying.
You know, my dear, you are only just eighteen; there is plenty of time before you, and neither your uncle nor I are in any hurry to get you off our hands, and I may venture to say, there will be no lack of suitors; for you can boast a good family, a pretty considerable fortune and expectations, and, I may as well tell you likewise - for, if I don't, others will - that you have a fair share of
beauty besides - and I hope you may never have cause to regret it
Thence they took us away and distributed us all in different houses in the town; but as for the renegade, Zoraida, and myself, the Christian who came with us brought us to the house of his parents, who had a fair share of
the gifts of fortune, and treated us with as much kindness as they did their own son.
There he had half killed an insubordinate young elephant who was shirking his fair share of
How, now, will this village pay its fair share of
council tax revenues come 2020 when funding provided by central government comes to a halt?
A recent survey conducted by Pew Research Center revealed that 62 percent of Americans are bothered by the feeling that some corporations don't pay their fair share of
taxes, while 60 percent said the same about wealthy people.
THERESA May has condemned firms which fail to pay their fair share of
taxes six times in the last year.