He likes Nettie Blewett pretty well, too, and mother would rather
he married her than any one.
But while I am alive and have desires I would rather
my hand were withered off than bring one brick to such a building
But I presume you would rather
be heard in private.
Pro: I would rather
live my life openly and truthfully.
For those physician executives who fear giving up control--who would rather
tell people the answer than ask them for their suggestions--a word of caution: Whoever asks the questions, controls the interaction.
Mumbo Jumbo itself can, in fact, be regarded as Reed's contribution to this "future Text" and a product of Jes Grew: "the manic in the artist who would rather
do glossolalia than be 'neat clean and lucid'" (211).
He does not actually demand that marriage be abolished, because, being a pragmatist, he would rather
undermine it by extending all its benefits to unmarried partners--in fact, to everybody.
Surveys have consistently found that most people would rather
continue to live at home rather than in a nursing home.
CBS would Rather
he stay: In an unexpected move, CBS quietly has given ``CBS Evening News'' anchor Dan Rather a contract that will keep him at the network at least until 2004, according to sources familiar with the deal.
We know Billy's parents don't love him because his father (Ben Gazzara) killed his puppy and his mother would rather
watch a football game than talk to him, but, again, it doesn't really matter.
It makes me think of the point in the Odyssey when Achilles met Odysseus in the underworld and said, "I would rather
be a slave among the living than the king of spirits in the underworld.