To which Samson replied, "The difference between the two sorts of madmen is, that he who is so will he nil he, will be one always, while he who is so of his own accord
can leave off being one whenever he likes."
He and his old horse used to plod together along the street, like two good partners who understood each other; the horse would stop of his own accord
at the doors where they took coal of him; he used to keep one ear bent toward his master.
By holding out advantages to him, he can cause the enemy to approach of his own accord
; or, by inflicting damage, he can make it impossible for the enemy to draw near.
I begin to believe it possible:' here he clasped his hands: 'that he may have disappeared from among us of his own accord, and that he may yet be alive and well.'
'I begin to believe it possible that he may have disappeared of his own accord, and may yet be alive and well.'
He came to see me of his own accord
, the moment that he heard the glad tidings.
The old servant to whose hut he had gone to get dry evidently approved of Levin's plan, and of his own accord
proposed to enter the partnership by the purchase of cattle.
Considering the strict rules of etiquette established at the court of Anne of Austria, this forgetfulness of customary civilities was a sign of preoccupation, especially on Philip's part, who, of his own accord, observed a respect towards her of a somewhat exaggerated character.
If the Duke of Buckingham does not, of his own accord, discontinue his visits to my apartments I shall forbid him entrance."
Police had been called to remove him from the facility when he refused to leave of his own accord
after being discharged on April 5.
Further, Article 137 of the Employment Law states: "Where an employee, who is bound by a contract of unlimited duration leaves his work of his own accord
after continuous service of not less than one year and not more than three years, he shall be entitled to one-third of the severance pay provided for in the preceding article; where the continuous period of service exceeds three years but does not exceed five years, he shall be entitled to two-third of such severance pay; where the continuous period of service exceeds five years, he shall be entitled to the full severance pay."
One day after the ad-hoc parliamentary committee made the decision to comply with the request of the prosecutor general for stripping Veselin Mareshki of his parliamentary immunity, the leader of Volya party announced he was giving up his immunity of his own accord
, BNR reported.
However, the passenger got off the train and left the station of his own accord
before they arrived.
Police were called to the station, however the passenger got off the train and left the station of his own accord
before they arrived..
"A fourth man later went to hospital of his own accord