inquiring


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eager to acquire knowledge

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After these things this young lady played her part so well, that though she resolved to have him, and that indeed having him was the main bent of her design, yet she made his obtaining her be to him the most difficult thing in the world; and this she did, not by a haughty reserved carriage, but by a just policy, turning the tables upon him, and playing back upon him his own game; for as he pretended, by a kind of lofty carriage, to place himself above the occasion of a character, and to make inquiring into his character a kind of an affront to him, she broke with him upon that subject, and at the same time that she make him submit to all possible inquiry after his affairs, she apparently shut the door against his looking into her own.
No man of common-sense will value a woman the less for not giving up herself at the first attack, or for accepting his proposal without inquiring into his person or character; on the contrary, he must think her the weakest of all creatures in the world, as the rate of men now goes.
I took the freedom one day, after we had talked pretty close to the subject, to tell him that it was true I had received the compliment of a lover from him, namely, that he would take me without inquiring into my fortune, and I would make him a suitable return in this, viz.
Altaf Hussain for inquiring about the health of the President.
Football Association: inquiring into Weymouth's 9-0 defeat
The Best of Inquiring Mind: 25 Years of Dharma, Drama, and Uncommon Insights" is an anthology of essays and writings from the Buddhist publication known as 'Inquiring Mind'.
But checks revealed it contained data relating to people inquiring about forces careers.
Several years ago, when I was working in a rural diocese, a call came to the office inquiring about the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.
Send an annual notice to tenants inquiring as to whether there is a child under six years old in their apartments.
Inquiring organizations; moving from knowledge management to wisdom.
Here's how the program works: The inquiring attorney first identifies a legal problem or issue and determines which of the categories would encompass such a problem or issue.
Participants, ranging in age from 29 to 63, completed a survey inquiring about psychological symptoms that characterize common mental disorders.
TEI referred to a letter from Senator Charles Grassley to the Treasury Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission inquiring whether disclosure of corporate tax returns in whole or in part would be beneficial in combating tax shelters that are based on differences between book and tax accounting and reporting.