His high personal popularity, and the clearness of his answers, made a great impression; but, as he proceeded, as he showed that the Accused was his first friend on his release from his long imprisonment; that, the accused had remained in England, always faithful and devoted to his daughter and himself in their exile; that, so far from being in favour with the Aristocrat government there, he had actually been tried for his life by it, as the foe of England and friend of the United States--as he brought these circumstances into view, with the greatest discretion and with the straightforward force of truth and earnestness, the Jury and the populace became one.
At every vote (the Jurymen voted aloud and individually), the populace set up a shout of applause.
Then, began one of those extraordinary scenes with which the populace sometimes gratified their fickleness, or their better impulses towards generosity and mercy, or which they regarded as some set-off against their swollen account of cruel rage.
The marshal was ordinarily very adventurous and was wont to hesitate at nothing; and he had that lofty contempt for the populace
which army officers usually profess.
are hailing him 'Prince of Poets,' as well as 'Glory of the East,' 'Delight of the Universe,' and 'Most Remarkable of Cameleopards.' They have encored his effusion, and do you hear?
Like other celebrations of its kind in early modern European cities, Ferrara's palio was a public relations extravaganza organized by the local governors.(7) Typically for such city-sponsored holidays, the program of amusements was orchestrated to impress the populace
with the beneficence, wealth, and power of the ruling family.(8) Thus, though clearly intended to entertain, these feasts were more like official pageantry than the carnival events celebrated by Mikhail Bakhtin which were "offered not by some exterior source but by the people to themselves."(9) The introduction of statutes pertaining to the palio shortly after the inauguration of Estense rule tie its administration, if not necessarily its historical origin, to this regime.
As well as being an efficient transport interchange for its commuting populace
, this impressive new station in an Oslo suburb is a bold and cohesive urban statement.
Can one compare the characteristics of the European population with those of the Istanbul populace
when the nature of the European group is not made clear?
The political administration and Pak Army had made foolproof security arrangements on the occasion where media was briefed with regard to issues pertaining repatriation and rehabilitation of the displaced populace
of South Waziristan which witnessed RahaeNijat operation against terrorists in 2009.
KARACHI -- The free medical camp established by Pakistan Navy at Rural Health Centre Diplo, Tharparker on Thursday continued to provide medical assistance to the local populace
thinks politics and government are too complicated to understand, a mere 4 percent of the home-schooled study participants agreed with this statement.
And they "tend to be wealthier and more educated than the general populace
." Therefore, "taxpayers as a whole should not be compelled to subsidize entertainment for a select few."
Cohen argues that the refuges developed to care for problematic women in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Tuscany "laid the groundwork for many of the techniques in correction and social welfare that would subsequently be applied to the populace
at large" (3).
KARACHI -- The free medical camp established by Pakistan Navy (PN) at Rural Health Centre Diplo, Tharparker on December 4 continues to provide medical assistance to the local populace
KARACHI -- MQM Raabta Committee members alleged that PPPled government snatches rights from Sindh's urban populace
, while Haider Abbas Rizvi has alleged that the government jobs in Sindh are sold against money.