We by no means intend to abolish this personal
appropriation of the products of labour, an appropriation that is made for the maintenance and reproduction of human life, and that leaves no surplus wherewith to command the labour of others.
property; all, or nearly all, of which was put into the possession of Temple, who was the only ostensible proprietor in the concern, while, in secret, the other was entitled to an equal participation in the profits.
Fashion understands itself; good-breeding and personal
superiority of whatever country readily fraternize with those of every other.
The men of this party said and thought that what was wrong resulted chiefly from the Emperor's presence in the army with his military court and from the consequent presence there of an indefinite, conditional, and unsteady fluctuation of relations, which is in place at court but harmful in an army; that a sovereign should reign but not command the army, and that the only way out of the position would be for the Emperor and his court to leave the army; that the mere presence of the Emperor paralyzed the action of fifty thousand men required to secure his personal
safety, and that the worst commander in chief if independent would be better than the very best one trammeled by the presence and authority of the monarch.
Do you mean that I cry up Brooke on any personal
To invite personal
combat, therefore, denotes confidence in his own swordsmanship, and great courage, two attributes that were calculated to fill the Black players with hope and valor when evinced by their Chief thus early in the game.
Without wishing to be in any way personal
, I might say that there are statesmen in your Government, for whom you must accept a certain amount of responsibility, who have been largely instrumental in bringing this hideous danger upon the country.
Don't talk to me about personal
appearances, sir," cried Mrs.
Then I decline to interfere," said the Governor, with asperity; "a man who abuses his office by making it serve a private end and purvey a personal
advantage is unfit to be free.
From my own personal
observation, I contradict every word of it.
in the Phaedrus, Phaedo, Republic; to which may be added the criticism of them in the Parmenides, the personal
form which is attributed to them in the Timaeus, the logical character which they assume in the Sophist and Philebus, and the allusion to them in the Laws.
It was printed in the largest type, and was followed by a personal
statement of the facts, taken one way--which was followed, in its turn, by another personal
statement of the facts, taken in another way.
It is often important to consider also whether the author's personal
Every man who knows to the minutest details all the complexity of the conditions surrounding him, cannot help imagining that the complexity of these conditions, and the difficulty of making them clear, is something exceptional and personal
, peculiar to himself, and never supposes that others are surrounded by just as complicated an array of personal
affairs as he is.
And she had deliberately permeated her house with her personal
atmosphere of coolness, and freshness, and equableness.