This is well enough, but nevertheless I cannot, I confess, incline towards the Shakers; view them with much favour, or extend towards them any very lenient
Her mind made up on these several points, and her resolution formed, of always judging and acting in future with the greatest good sense, she had nothing to do but to forgive herself and be happier than ever; and the lenient
hand of time did much for her by insensible gradations in the course of another day.
Masked judges and masked executioners, with unlimited power, and no appeal from their judgements, in that hard, cruel age, were not likely to be lenient
with men they suspected yet could not convict.
If it is necessary to handle you again I shall not be so lenient
I must ask his pardon to-day, and entreat him to be lenient
in his accusation, if the revelation must be made.
Because, Eddy,' clasping her hand on his arm, 'we have so much reason to be very lenient
to each other
having a lenient
consideration,' he stipulated, 'for my being no workman, Doyce.
But in other points, as well as this, I was growing very lenient
to my master: I was forgetting all his faults, for which I had once kept a sharp look-out.
Those whose extensive researches have given them the means of judging my backslidings with more severity, will probably be lenient
in proportion to their knowledge of the difficulty of my task.
If he had got out, the whole business would come to light, and I should have been court-martialled and shot as likely as not; for people were not very lenient
at a time like that.
The PTCL also gives its customers about one month to pay their last month's bill, which is the most lenient
practice in the telecom market of Pakistan.
Rhys Gethin, posting on Facebook, said: "The courts are far too lenient
when it comes to dealing with speeding motorists.
West Midlands Ambulance Service Trust chief executive Anthony Marsh (pictured), who requested the appeal, said: "The sentence is extremely lenient
given the traumatic injuries sustained and the emotional upset experienced.
1) The lenient
view sees such lies as sleazy and so morally unattractive, but a long way from deceiving someone into sex by successfully pretending to be his or her spouse, for example.
Fergus Finlay, speaking to RTE radio show Today With Sean O'Rourke, said he is "reluctant" to second guess a judge but added: "I can't see any basis this sentence could be described as anything other than incredibly lenient