The best intentions will not always
Because, under the national government, treaties and articles of treaties, as well as the laws of nations, will always be expounded in one sense and executed in the same manner, -- whereas, adjudications on the same points and questions, in thirteen States, or in three or four confederacies, will not always
accord or be consistent; and that, as well from the variety of independent courts and judges appointed by different and independent governments, as from the different local laws and interests which may affect and influence them.
Man is not always
like that, Mongrel; he is kind enough when he is not excited by religion.
In the case of contraries, it is not always
necessary that if one exists the other should also exist: for if all become healthy there will be health and no disease, and again, if everything turns white, there will be white, but no black.
Though it is not always
the case, I believe, That the longer we've kept 'em, the more do we grieve: For, when debts are payable, right or wrong, A short-time loan is as bad as a long So why in Heaven (before we are there
If Nicholas be not always
found to be blameless or agreeable, he is not always
intended to appear so.
For machinery it is, doing its work in perfect silence and with a motionless grace, that seems to hide a capricious and not always
governable power, taking nothing away from the material stores of the earth.
The conclusions deduced from these facts are unavoidable, and in stating them the author has been influenced by no feeling of animosity, either to the individuals themselves, or to that glorious cause which has not always
been served by the proceedings of some of its advocates.
Unmarried men are best friends, best masters, best servants; but not always
best subjects; for they are light to run away; and almost all fugitives, are of that condition.
Now those things in which a city should be one are of different sorts, and in preserving an alternate reciprocation of power between these, the safety thereof consists (as I have already mentioned in my treatise on Morals), for amongst freemen and equals this is absolutely necessary; for all cannot govern at the same time, but either by the year, or according to some other regulation or time, by which means every one in his turn will be in office; as if the shoemakers and carpenters should exchange occupations, and not always
be employed in the same calling.
To begin with: we do not always
know whether what we are experiencing is a sensation or an image.
At present, if I could be satisfied on one point, if I could be allowed to think that he was not ALWAYS
acting a part, not ALWAYS
deceiving me;--but above all, if I could be assured that he never was so VERY wicked as my fears have sometimes fancied him, since the story of that unfortunate girl"--
He certainly knew what he was doing, and although I did not always
know what I was doing, he made me wish to know, and ashamed of not knowing.
It  is not always
," observes Phlipote, whom every one excepting Claude on those occasions sought with admiring eyes--
The smoke escaped out of the ruined chimney, the light illuminated the room with a kindly glow, and as I ate my simple meal of plain bird and drank the remains of a bottle of red wine which had served me all the afternoon in place of the water, which the region did not supply, I experienced a sense of comfort which better fare and accommodations do not always