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By 1652 it had resulted in the loss of Milton's eyesight, previously over-strained by his studies--a sacrifice in which he gloried but which lovers of poetry must always regret, especially since the controversy largely consisted, according to the custom of the time, in a disgusting exchange of personal scurrilities.
and with that he fled alike from the controversy and the danger.
Can we wonder that men who felt their happiness here and their hopes of hereafter, their worldly welfare and the kingdom of heaven at stake, should sometimes attach an importance beyond their intrinsic weight to collateral points of controversy, connected with the all- involving object of the Reformation?
Those who had an opportunity of seeing the inside of the transactions which attended the progress of the controversy between this State and the district of Vermont, can vouch the opposition we experienced, as well from States not interested as from those which were interested in the claim; and can attest the danger to which the peace of the Confederacy might have been exposed, had this State attempted to assert its rights by force.
Begbie, too eager for the controversy to wait any longer at the gate.
On being asked about her take on controversies, Mahira said, 'This is my first bout with controversy.
Summary: Analysts say the timing of the Gujarat elections and the Taj controversy is suspect
Morgan Lewis today welcomes Jenny Austin, a skilled federal tax controversy lawyer and seasoned tax litigator, as a partner in Chicago.
Each volume opens with a 50-page historical overview, then delves into current and emerging controversies; each controversy essay includes cross references.
com)-- Philip Karter and Herbert Odell, of the Philadelphia office of national law firm Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry, have been ranked among the top federal tax controversy attorneys nationwide in Chambers USA's 2016 Guide to the World's Best Legal Professionals and Law Firms.
If I wasn't so taken by the beat, and actually listened to the words, I would have gotten a sense of his god-ness in his third album, 1981's Controversy.
PRIME Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday spoke on several issues in his monthly radio address Mann Ki Baat , but choose to remain mum on the Lalit Modi controversy, for which for which Congress warned him that the issue will continue to haunt him.
Covering major controversies that took place over the 2014-2015 school year, our latest report highlights controversy trends such as the impact that social and digital media are having in the field of sexuality education, including new and alternative forms of sexuality education that are accessible to students.
In her thoroughly researched book, Burnett analyzes the role of Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt in the eucharistic controversy of the early Reformation.