When the old man had thus given vent to the nearly dormant, but far from extinct, military pride, that had so unconsciously led him into the very error he deprecated
, his eye, which had begun to quicken and glimmer with some of the ardour of his youth, softened and turned its anxious look on the devoted captive, whose countenance was also restored to its former cold look of abstraction and thought.
Aware his decision might cause controversy, the judge said he was conscious the council might feel the delay in carrying out the evictions was to be deprecated
Two things good about this, apart from getting the search right by entering just the names, were that there was no need to capitalize the name and that 'kallicrates' an alternative spelling much deprecated
in this country produced a decisive 'No matches found'.
Fra ncoise Charles-Daubert shows that even among the skeptics in the seventeenth century, who should have appreciated his support of philosophical freedom, Cremonini was deprecated
because of his rejection of Copernicanism.
Gosling says: "At one time Java actually had that and vestiges of it remain as deprecated
The Christian must realize that as a follower of Christ he becomes a descendant of Abraham," the Pope said, adding that, with this intimate conviction the Christian "cannot allow that a Jew, just because he is a Jew, is deprecated
or, worse, mistreated.