to visit Madame Terentieff, the widow of Captain Terentieff, my old subordinate
Rabourdin, who was never exacting with his subordinates
allowed du Bruel to go off to rehearsals, come to the office at his own hours, and work at his vaudevilles when there.
The toast was scarcely drunk with all honour to Tim Linkinwater, when the sturdiest and jolliest subordinate
elbowed himself a little in advance of his fellows, and exhibiting a very hot and flushed countenance, pulled a single lock of grey hair in the middle of his forehead as a respectful salute to the company, and delivered himself as follows--rubbing the palms of his hands very hard on a blue cotton handkerchief as he did so:
He was the familiar friend of everyone with whom he took a glass of champagne, and he took a glass of champagne with everyone, and when in consequence he met any of his disreputable chums, as he used in joke to call many of his friends, in the presence of his subordinates
, he well knew how, with his characteristic tact, to diminish the disagreeable impression made on them.
After saying this he lowered his eyes, signed rapidly two single sheets of paper, and only then laid down his pen, and sat well back, directing an inquiring gaze at his renowned subordinate
so far complied, as to withdraw their hands from the locks, though the threatening barrels still maintained the portentous levels.
now, with the subordinate
phantoms, what wonder remained soon waned away; for in a whaler wonders soon wane.
When we rode away, our main body had already been on the road an hour or two - I speak of our camp equipage; but we didn't move off alone: when Cathy blew the "advance" the Rangers cantered out in column of fours, and gave us escort, and were joined by White Cloud and Thunder -Bird in all their gaudy bravery, and by Buffalo Bill and four subordinate
Asks another question of the subordinate
before his first is dry
Civil power, properly organized and exerted, is capable of diffusing its force to a very great extent; and can, in a manner, reproduce itself in every part of a great empire by a judicious arrangement of subordinate
governments, which can extend their care to all those other subjects which can be separately provided for, will retain their due authority and activity.
By "honour", however, is by no means meant "indulgence", but a reverent regard for their highest interests: and the Circles teach that the duty of fathers is to subordinate
their own interests to those of posterity, thereby advancing the welfare of the whole State as well as that of their own immediate descendants.
True, he is only a subordinate
official, and sometimes loves to rate and scold; yet why should he not do so--why should he not indulge in a little vituperation when he feels like it?
But where one genus is subordinate
to another, there is nothing to prevent their having the same differentiae: for the greater class is predicated of the lesser, so that all the differentiae of the predicate will be differentiae also of the subject.
I never used my razor during my stay in the island, but although a very subordinate
affair, it had been vastly admired by the Typees; and Narmonee, a great hero among them, who was exceedingly precise in the arrangements of his toilet and the general adjustment of is person, being the most accurately tattooed and laboriously horrified individual in all the valley, thought it would be a great advantage to have it applied to the already shaven crown of his head.