A council to a magistrate, who is himself responsible
for what he does, are generally nothing better than a clog upon his good intentions, are often the instruments and accomplices of his bad and are almost always a cloak to his faults.
You will be treated by us as a Tharkian chieftain, but you must not forget that every chief who ranks you is responsible
for your safe delivery to our mighty and most ferocious ruler.
Yes," cried Milady, "but I shall lose that which is much dearer to me than life, I shall lose my honor, Felton; and it is you, you whom I make responsible
, before God and before men, for my shame and my infamy.
If you mean as responsible
agent when you ask me the question, I believe there is nothing to say against him, and that you will be content with the way in which he has performed his duty.
Now an army is exposed to six several calamities, not arising from natural causes, but from faults for which the general is responsible
I am merely your family tutor--not a son of yours, nor yet your ward, nor a person of any kind for whose acts you need be responsible
He is one of the body responsible
for the planet's traffic, and for that reason must not be interfered with.
O Kulan Tith, Mightiest of Jeddaks," he said, "I alone be responsible
for this grievous error.
could not find who was responsible
, I would whip them all, from
As the Negro becomes economically independent, he becomes a responsible
part of the Southern life; and the whites so recognize him.
He said that as he was responsible
for the delay he ought to bear the whole burden of it; that he had given his word and bound himself forever, but that he did not wish to bind Natasha and gave her perfect freedom.
I returned, however, with unabated vigour to my work--a more arduous task than anyone can imagine, who has not felt something like the misery of being charged with the care and direction of a set of mischievous, turbulent rebels, whom his utmost exertions cannot bind to their duty; while, at the same time, he is responsible
for their conduct to a higher power, who exacts from him what cannot be achieved without the aid of the superior's more potent authority; which, either from indolence, or the fear of becoming unpopular with the said rebellious gang, the latter refuses to give.
Likewise, at first, tossed down in the canoe house, he had bristled and snarled at his fellow captives, not realizing their plight, and, since always he had been trained to look upon niggers as the eternal enemy, considering them responsible
for the catastrophe to the Arangi and to Skipper.
You look as if you held me responsible
for his death.
Multitudes of drivers might howl in his rear, and passengers might load him with opprobrium, he would not awaken until some blue policeman turned red and began to frenziedly tear bridles and beat the soft noses of the responsible