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And he felt that this fact and what she expected of him called for something not fully defined in that code of principles by which he had hitherto steered his course in life.
He would say a lot of pleasant things, ask you to dinner" ("That would not be bad as regards the unwritten code," thought Boris), "but nothing more would come of it.
Hence the Three Laws, mentioned above, suffice for the better regulated States, and may be accepted as a rough exemplification of our Female Code.
"In the meanwhile," continued the magistrate, "our codes are in full force, with all their contradictory enactments derived from Gallic customs, Roman laws, and Frank usages; the knowledge of all which, you will agree, is not to be acquired without extended labor; it needs tedious study to acquire this knowledge, and, when acquired, a strong power of brain to retain it."
The tendencies of the times favor the idea of self-government, and leave the individual, for all code, to the rewards and penalties of his own constitution; which work with more energy than we believe whilst we depend on artificial restraints.
Human nature expresses itself in them as characteristically as in statues, or songs, or railroads; and an abstract of the codes of nations would be a transcript of the common conscience.
The grand principles of virtue and honour, however they may be distorted by arbitrary codes, are the same all the world over: and where these principles are concerned, the right or wrong of any action appears the same to the uncultivated as to the enlightened mind.
Conflicting moral codes have been no more than the conflicting weapons of different classes of men; for in mankind there is a continual war between the powerful, the noble, the strong, and the well-constituted on the one side, and the impotent, the mean, the weak, and the ill-constituted on the other.
By all the codes which I am acquainted with, I am a devilishly wicked specimen of the sex.
The definition of piracies might, perhaps, without inconveniency, be left to the law of nations; though a legislative definition of them is found in most municipal codes. A definition of felonies on the high seas is evidently requisite.
Building Code's referenced accessibility standard (ICC/ANSI A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities) to the 2004 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)--Architectural Barriers Act (ABA) Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities and the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).
The family code is a three-digit number on the coupon that identifies the product or family of products that the offer can be used for.
Looking at the taxpayer's cost accounting systems and its method of allocating costs to codes within specific projects based on allocation percentages established by the planning engineer who initiates the project and based on the total projected costs of the project for each code, as well as using cost pools for labor costs of supervisors and support employees that are subsequently allocated to various projects and/or codes, the Service ruled that if the agent determines that time-reporting engineers specifically track time to project codes, such labor costs are direct labor costs.
In addition to existing code share agreements, the carriers will launch extra code share flights between Tokyo, Osaka,Nagoya and Seoul.
The outline covers the cipher of Mary Queen of Scots, famous coders and code breakers, mechanized secret messages during WW I and WW II, the Navajo code talkers, Egyptian hieroglyphs, and computer and privacy encryption.