His security from the danger that threatens him is in my hands alone; and he shall pay the price
of his rescue to the last farthing of the debt that justice claims for me as my due -- no more, and no less.
"I love a tender sensation," answered the niece, "and would pay the price
of a tear for it at any time."--"Well, but show me," said the aunt, "what was you reading when I came in; there was something very tender in that, I believe, and very loving too.
To pay the price
out of sheer heart-love that could recognize no price too great to pay, had been the ennoblement of Dag Daughtry which Michael had worked.
At any rate, whether I had given cause or not it went without saying that I could not pay the price. I could not accept.
This optical trick gave her a sort of phantasmagoric brightness, and while I was still the victim of it I heard a whisper somewhere in the depths of my conscience: "Why not, after all--why not?" It seemed to me I was ready to pay the price. Still more distinctly however than the whisper I heard Miss Tita's own voice.
'They bring the body, and we pay the price,' he used to say, dwelling on the alliteration - 'QUID PRO QUO.' And, again, and somewhat profanely, 'Ask no questions,' he would tell his assistants,
He understood his duty, in short, to have three branches: to take what was brought, to pay the price, and to avert the eye from any evidence of crime.
The poor and vulnerable will pay the price
for leaving the EU just as they paid the price for the greed of bankers.
Summary: Istanbul [Turkey], Jun 20 (ANI): Shortly upon the release of a UN report regarding Jamal Khashoggi's killing, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said that late journalist's killers "will pay the price
CHINESE state media has warned UBS economist Paul Donovan must "pay the price
" over remarks he made referencing Chinese pigs.
He said: "After the mayhem caused by TSB's computer meltdown last year, it must be made absolutely clear that customers will not pay the price
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I have read that Phillip Hammond, the Chancellor, has told us that somebody will have to pay the price
for the mess created by this present government, and that somebody will be the British public.
The Communication Workers Union said it was clear the Government will try to make workers pay the price
of leaving the EU.