France, less favoured
on the whole as to matters spiritual than her sister of the shield and trident, rolled with exceeding smoothness down hill, making paper money and spending it.
He never used the cosy chambers which the Reform provides for its favoured
And if the Venetians and Florentines formerly extended their dominions by these arms, and yet their captains did not make themselves princes, but have defended them, I reply that the Florentines in this case have been favoured
by chance, for of the able captains, of whom they might have stood in fear, some have not conquered, some have been opposed, and others have turned their ambitions elsewhere.
The stupidity with which he was favoured
by nature must guard his courtship from any charm that could make a woman wish for its continuance; and Miss Lucas, who accepted him solely from the pure and disinterested desire of an establishment, cared not how soon that establishment were gained.
The steep shores of the Mediterranean favoured
the beginners in one of humanity's most daring enterprises, and the enchanting inland sea of classic adventure has led mankind gently from headland to headland, from bay to bay, from island to island, out into the promise of world-wide oceans beyond the Pillars of Hercules.
There was, however, a servant of the king's who favoured
the huntsmen, and when he heard that they were going to be put to this test he went to them and repeated everything, and said: 'The lion wants to make the king believe that you are girls.
This indulgence, though not more than Catherine had hoped for, completed her conviction of being favoured
beyond every other human creature, in friends and fortune, circumstance and chance.
us, and in the first we tried the concierge told us that we should find him on the top floor.
They were anything but gentle to the meat with which they had been favoured
by good fortune and the wisdom of Bashti.
hanging, some thought that it would do him good to appear in a suit of tar and feathers.
This is my favoured
lot, My exaltation to afflictions high
The boys snickered, and I noticed the barkeeper favoured
me with a strange, searching scrutiny.
But this is a very false view: we forget that each species, even where it most abounds, is constantly suffering enormous destruction at some period of its life, from enemies or from competitors for the same place and food; and if these enemies or competitors be in the least degree favoured
by any slight change of climate, they will increase in numbers, and, as each area is already fully stocked with inhabitants, the other species will decrease.