2) The Cyclic poets (as we can see from the abstract of Proclus) were careful not to trespass upon
ground already occupied by Homer.
But I have done them upon mine own land, which you now trespass upon
; and I shall answer only to the King--whom God preserve!--for my actions."
Having provided themselves with a wagon, and a number of empty casks, they sally off, armed with their rifles, into the wilderness, directing their course east, west, north, or south, without any regard to the ordinance of the American government, which strictly forbids all trespass upon
the lands belonging to the Indian tribes.
"Was it not proved nineteen hundred years ago--if I may trespass upon
your domain a little?
Hook me behind!"-- "Dearest Lucia, may I trespass upon
you for a pin?" For Miss Bartlett had announced that she at all events was one for church.
I will be entirely at your service in three minutes, if I might trespass upon
your patience so far." He rose with a very courteous air, and, bowing to us, he passed out through a door at the farther end of the room, which he closed behind him.
Their first business was to get canoes; and in this they were obliged not to stick so much upon the honesty of it, but to trespass upon
their friendly savages, and to borrow two large canoes, or periaguas, on pretence of going out a-fishing, or for pleasure.
Hilbery had taken their absence, so far, with paternal benevolence, but they could not trespass upon
These tribes would continually trespass upon
the hunting grounds of each other, from which quarrels ensued, and finally in 1802 a battle was fought by agreement to end it once and for all on halfway ground, in Town Mount Prairie, at the edge of Franklin & Williamson county, about three miles southwest of West Frankfort.
Use in excess of one's permit would be seen as a trespass upon
other permit holders, and would therefore be penalized at greater than market value.
Norse mercenaries, medieval highwaymen, and modern outdoors enthusiasts share the protagonists role with the birds they watch, the fields they trespass upon
, and the thousand-year-old groves on Ringstone Hill.
Olmstead argued that because "[t]he insertions were made without trespass upon
the property of the defendants," there was no "search" for the purposes of the Fourth Amendment.
In fact, the trial judge in White found that the police had "neither statutory authority to conduct the searches nor a constitutionally unrestricted right to trespass upon
private property to conduct the searches." The Court of Appeal upheld this finding, showing strong support for the protection of Mr.
But "if you trespass upon
them, they will trespass upon
Director of Jerusalem Center for Legal Aid and Human Rights, Issam Al-Arouri, said that these new measures are a trespass upon
the citizens' right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.