It is one of those problems of human nature, which may be noted down, but not solved;--although Ralph felt no remorse at that moment for his conduct towards the innocent, true-hearted girl; although his libertine clients had done precisely
what he had expected, precisely
what he most wished, and precisely
what would tend most to his advantage, still he hated them for doing it, from the very bottom of his soul.
In pronouncing these words, he drew a sharp knife across the guide-rope by which I was suspended, and as we then happened to be precisely
over my own house, (which, during my peregrinations, had been handsomely rebuilt,) it so occurred that I tumbled headlong down the ample chimney and alit upon the dining-room hearth.
To render the matter even surer yet, however, this bullet was discovered to have a flaw or seam at right angles to the usual suture, and upon examination, this seam corresponded precisely with an accidental ridge or elevation in a pair of moulds acknowledged by the accused himself to be his own property.
I have often puzzled myself to imagine why it was that "Old Charley" came to the conclusion to say nothing about having received the wine from his old friend, but I could never precisely understand his reason for the silence, although he had some excellent and very magnanimous reason, no doubt.
It was agreeable to him at this very moment to be sure that when he had answered, after a brief demur, "Well, yes; so, precisely, you may put it
But, quite beautifully, she had too much tact to dot so monstrous an I, and it was precisely an illustration of the way she didn't rattle.
Attiring himself with as much care as if it had been for public worship, and precisely
in the same manner, he stole softly down the staircase, undid the door, and issued forth.
Written by Professor of New Testament (The General Theological Seminary, New York City) Deirdre Good, Jesus' Family Values is a rigorously scholarly examination of exactly what "family values" and dimensions of the family were in the days of Jesus Christ and the apostles, and precisely
what the New Testament has to say--and what it doesn't say--about such matters.
This definition quite precisely
weakens the strong scriptural theology of a scientia divina that deploys a divine revelation with a uniquely authorized provenance; but it is a theologically engaged hermeneutics: it does not read scripture as a mere document to be studied historically or comparatively without "engaging my existence or passion.
41, even though it would not be able to quantify precisely
the overpayment because the credit study is incomplete.
So I would posit that this is precisely
why the family life of Daniel Webster (a nod, yes, to poet Stephen Vincent Benet's book ``The Devil and Daniel Webster,'' though his Webster was a statesman-lawyer) - that aforementioned priest played with consummate skill, sensitivity, wit and no small amount of mumbling by Aidan Quinn - makes for a promising TV series.
In Hawkinson's work, the human element is the artist as observer, but in Dupont's it is harder to locate, and this seems to be precisely
the point: His body has become simply a shape to play with, to pull at here and there, much as one might absentmindedly pull at a lump of clay.
Out of this follow the increasingly shocking medical-technical experiments so prevalent in our day where, precisely
, procreation is independent of sexuality.
Using a network-based lighting calculation programme developed by Zumtobel Staff, the lighting quality could be precisely
displayed in three-dimensional simulations before the project was built.
While Stern feels that "workers don't have a party right now that speaks clearly and precisely
to their economic interests," it is obvious to me that no party on the horizon speaks more clearly and precisely
than the Democrats.