Don't talk to me about morality and civic
duty," he replied to a persistent interviewer.
righteousness of Carter Watson flamed up.
Next, we shall ask our opponent how, in reference to any of the pursuits or arts of civic
life, the nature of a woman differs from that of a man?
The introduction to this felicity is in a private and tender relation of one to one, which is the enchantment of human life; which, like a certain divine rage and enthusiasm, seizes on man at one period and works a revolution in his mind and body; unites him to his race, pledges him to the domestic and civic
relations, carries him with new sympathy into nature, enhances the power of the senses, opens the imagination, adds to his character heroic and sacred attributes, establishes marriage, and gives permanence to human society.
While he was notorious in local trampdom, his civic sins were not only not unknown but a crying reproach to the townspeople.
This crook-nosed, gross-bodied harpy'; 'this civic sinner, this judicial highwayman'; 'possessing the morals of the Tenderloin and an honor which thieves' honor puts to shame'; 'who compounds criminality with shyster-sharks, and in atonement railroads the unfortunate and impecunious to rotting cells,'--and so forth and so forth, style sophomoric and devoid of the dignity and tone one would employ in a dissertation on 'Surplus Value,' or 'The Fallacies of Marxism,' but just the stuff the dear public likes.
At all the more public pumps there is much cooling of bare feet, together with much bubbling and gurgling of drinking with hand to spout on the part of these Bedouins; the Cloisterham police meanwhile looking askant from their beats with suspicion, and manifest impatience that the intruders should depart from within the civic
bounds, and once more fry themselves on the simmering high-roads.
Afterwards he smoked at the cabin-door, looking at his children with an air of civic
virtue, till they got caught one after another and put to bed in various staterooms.
The yard was filled with people; bluff civic
functionaries, officers of justice, soldiers, the curious in such matters, and guests who had been bidden as to a wedding.
He emptied and put down the wine-glass half-way through this ancient civic
toast, and took up the box.
Ogg's and its neighborhood were there; and it would have been worth while to come even from a distance, to see the fine old hall, with its open roof and carved oaken rafters, and great oaken folding-doors, and light shed down from a height on the many-colored show beneath; a very quaint place, with broad faded stripes painted on the walls, and here and there a show of heraldic animals of a bristly, long-snouted character, the cherished emblems of a noble family once the seigniors of this now civic
The monthly sales target in Japan is 2,000 units for the new Civic
and 500 units for the new Civic
The site for the new civic
centre and square is in the eastern (Leinster/Westmeath) quarter of the town, just off the main artery that leads to the river and immediately behind St Mary's Church (grim Protestant Gothic, but a key historic landmark).
Kent] Jennings and Kenneth Langton [which] found that the high-school civics
curriculum had little effect on any aspect of civic
Arguing that we have become a nation of isolated individuals who have lost the personal interaction and social cooperation that builds the trust that ultimately creates community, Putnam called for a kind of civic
renaissance--one launched from the individual level, one citizen-volunteer at a time.