by creating the modern state, destroyed the individualism of the artist, and made things monstrous in their monotony of repetition, and contemptible in their conformity
to rule, and destroyed throughout all France all those fine freedoms of expression that had made tradition new in beauty, and new modes one with antique form.
They were Agnes la Herme, Jehanne de la Tarme, Henriette la Gaultière, Gauchère la Violette, all four widows, all four dames of the Chapel Etienne Haudry, who had quitted their house with the permission of their mistress, and in conformity
with the statutes of Pierre d'Ailly, in order to come and hear the sermon.
If you admit it (which we take for granted), do you intend, now that you are a millionaire, and do you not think it in conformity
with justice, to indemnify Burdovsky?
de Baisemeaux, thoroughly impressed with what Aramis had told him, and in perfect conformity
with the king's order, hoped only that one thing might happen; namely, that the madman Marchiali might be mad enough to hang himself to the canopy of his bed, or to one of the bars of the window.
Casaubon a listener who understood her at once, who could assure her of his own agreement with that view when duly tempered with wise conformity
, and could mention historical examples before unknown to her.
They are at least not part of the polemic which their author sustained in the essays following them in this volume, and which might have been called, in conformity
with 'My Literary Passions', by the title of 'My Literary Opinions' better than by the vague name which they actually wear.
Any one who cares to do so might test the validity of those rules in the nearest possible way, by applying them to the varied examples in this wide  survey of what has been actually well done in English prose, here exhibited on the side of their strictly prosaic merit--their conformity
, before all other aims, to laws of a structure primarily reasonable.
Their arms and legs were proportioned more in conformity
with human standards, but their entire bodies were covered with shaggy, brown hair, and their faces were quite as brutal as those of the few stuffed specimens of the gorilla which I had seen in the museums at home.
At last, in 1672, the authorities abandoned the ineffective requirement of conformity
, and he was released and became pastor of his church.
She is handsome - or rather I should say distinguished and interesting - in her appearance, but by no means amiable - a woman liable to take strong prejudices, I should fancy, and stick to them through thick and thin, twisting everything into conformity
with her own preconceived opinions - too hard, too sharp, too bitter for my taste.
makes them not false in a few particulars, authors of a few lies, but false in all particulars.
In fact, the good squire was a little too apt to indulge that kind of pleasantry which is generally called rhodomontade: but which may, with as much propriety, be expressed by a much shorter word; and perhaps we too often supply the use of this little monosyllable by others; since very much of what frequently passes in the world for wit and humour, should, in the strictest purity of language, receive that short appellation, which, in conformity
to the well-bred laws of custom, I here suppress.
Never had the impossibility of his position in the world's eyes, and his wife's hatred of him, and altogether the might of that mysterious brutal force that guided his life against his spiritual inclinations, and exacted conformity
with its decrees and change in his attitude to his wife, been presented to him with such distinctness as that day.
A homo is certainly a homo," he said, stretching forth an arm in an argumentative manner; "so far as the animal functions extend, there are the connecting links of harmony, order, conformity
, and design, between the whole genus; but there the resemblance ends.
She then inquired of him what things it was necessary we should carry over with us, and he, like a very honest as well as knowing man, told her thus: 'Madam, your cousins in the first place must procure somebody to buy them as servants, in conformity
to the conditions of their transportation, and then, in the name of that person, they may go about what they will; they may either purchase some plantations already begun, or they may purchase land of the Government of the country, and begin where they please, and both will be done reasonably.