George neither spoke to nor looked at Legree, who did not countermand
his orders, but stood, whistling, with an air of forced unconcern.
"My Lord, By that which, since I have known you, have suffered by you and for you, I conjure you, if you have any care for my repose, to countermand
those great armaments which you are preparing against France, to put an end to a war of which it is publicly said religion is the ostensible cause, and of which, it is generally whispered, your love for me is the concealed cause.
She had a great access of sensibility too that day, when obliged to go and countermand
the clothes, the darling clothes on which she had set her heart for Christmas Day, and the cut and fashion of which she had arranged in many conversations with a small milliner, her friend.
A week or remorse nearly made Meg sick, and the discovery that John had countermanded
the order for his new greatcoat reduced her to a state of despair which was pathetic to behold.
I first attempted to keep him always with me, or in the nursery, and gave Rachel particular injunctions never to let him come down to dessert as long as these 'gentlemen' stayed; but it was no use: these orders were immediately countermanded
and overruled by his father; he was not going to have the little fellow moped to death between an old nurse and a cursed fool of a mother.
And he assured me with so much impressiveness that he would countermand
the later letters, which would be held over at Bistritz until due time in case chance would admit of my prolonging my stay, that to oppose him would have been to create new suspicion.
Clearly decisions are being taken on an ad-hoc basis, which tells us that the government has no clear on plan on what to do and how best to do it; right now, PTI's inexperience is becoming clearer by the day when each decision they make countermands
the one made previously.