Besides other impediments, it may be remarked that, where there is a consciousness of unjust or dishonorable purposes, communication is always checked by distrust in proportion
to the number whose concurrence is necessary.
The various interests and conditions of life within the ranks of the proletariat are more and more equalised, in proportion
as machinery obliterates all distinctions of labour, and nearly everywhere reduces wages to the same low level.
Yes," replied Nicholl; "for if the height of the Selenites is in proportion to the density of their globe, they will be scarcely a foot high.
In the sun, if its density is thirteen hundred and twenty-four thousand times greater, and the attraction is twenty-seven times greater than on the surface of our globe, keeping everything in proportion, the inhabitants ought to be at least two hundred feet high.
Those whose extensive researches have given them the means of judging my backslidings with more severity, will probably be lenient in proportion
to their knowledge of the difficulty of my task.
Or they may be compared to the commanders of armies, whose forces usually increase in proportion to their victories, and who need greater prudence to keep together the residue of their troops after a defeat than after a victory to take towns and provinces.
Thus, in my own case, I am persuaded that if I had been taught from my youth all the truths of which I have since sought out demonstrations, and had thus learned them without labour, I should never, perhaps, have known any beyond these; at least, I should never have acquired the habit and the facility which I think I possess in always discovering new truths in proportion as I give myself to the search.
4) Have ICE and CBP supervisory promotions been distributed between legacy INS and USCS staff in proportion
to the supervisory staff each legacy agency brought to ICE and CBP?
1366(a)(1), all S items of income, loss, deduction and credit pass through the corporation and ale taxed directly to its shareholders in proportion
to their ownership interests.
A judge can always override what a jury determines, for example modifying a rent abatement in proportion
to the facts of the case and the application of the law.