Do you remember how I told you that day that you would betray
The representatives of the people, in a popular assembly, seem sometimes to fancy that they are the people themselves, and betray
strong symptoms of impatience and disgust at the least sign of opposition from any other quarter; as if the exercise of its rights, by either the executive or judiciary, were a breach of their privilege and an outrage to their dignity.
My best-loved wickedness and art is it, that my silence hath learned not to betray
itself by silence.
No word had fallen from my lips, at that time or at any time before it, that could betray
me, or startle her into sudden knowledge of the truth.
But, Lucy, you must not betray that you know it to any one--least of all to Philip himself, or to Mr.
She did not betray fully what still rankled in her mind as Tom's great offence,--the insults he had heaped on Philip.
Those who think that a man betrays
his character nowhere more clearly than when he is playing a game might on this draw subtle inferences.
I still like him and I kind of want to have a little something with him but I would never betray
I still like him and kind of want to have a little something with him, but would never betray
Tripoli and Koura did not betray
the late Hasan, but knows well who actually betrayed
him, and who bears responsibility for his bloodshed
Kyrgyzstan almost does not have cases when MPs betray
their colleagues, said Ata Meken faction leader Omurbek Tekebaev at the meeting of Parliament deputies, experts and representatives of civil society on deputy immunity discussion on June 27, 2012.
If one betray
's one's God one essentially betrays
ISLAMABAD, December 31, 2009 (Frontier Star): Pakistan has said that India's army chief Gen Kappor's statement betrays
a hostile intent as well as a hegemonic and jingoistic mindset Commenting on the statement made by Indian Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor that Indian army was ready to face Pakistan and China at the same time, the Spokesman said that such statements betray
a hostile intent as well as a hegemonic and jingoistic mindset which is quite out of step with the realities of our time.
Though Goldstein presumes to represent Spinoza's thoughts, she respects his goal of objectivity enough not to betray
the philosopher with voyeuristic inventions about his life.
When the disciple whom Jesus loved asks, "Who is it that will betray