(1) Can we observe anything about ourselves which we cannot observe about other people, or is everything we can observe PUBLIC, in the sense that another could also observe it if suitably
"And," I added, "this bird, suitably
prepared, is worth knife and fork."
To be going so soon, sent for so kindly, sent for as a comfort, and with leave to take Susan, was altogether such a combination of blessings as set her heart in a glow, and for a time seemed to distance every pain, and make her incapable of suitably
sharing the distress even of those whose distress she thought of most.
Moreover, I will arrange in the event of anything untoward happening to us or to you, that your son shall be suitably
One Sunday they had all gone with a tea-basket into the forest, and when they came to a glade which was suitably
sylvan, Miss Chalice, because it was idyllic, insisted on taking off her shoes and stockings.
All the good people are rewarded and all the bad ones are suitably
But further questions would have been too intrusive, even if he could have framed them suitably
, and he was obliged to carry baby away again to an expectant mother.
Had you worn your armed boots, there might, indeed, have been something to fear; but with the deer-skin suitably
prepared, a man may trust himself, generally, on rocks with safety.
Darnay had once put in practice to "catch" him, and on the diamond-cut-diamond arts in himself, madam, which had rendered him "not to be caught." Some of his King's Bench familiars, who were occasionally parties to the full-bodied wine and the lie, excused him for the latter by saying that he had told it so often, that he believed it himself--which is surely such an incorrigible aggravation of an originally bad offence, as to justify any such offender's being carried off to some suitably
retired spot, and there hanged out of the way.
Bertuccio has suitably
employed the four hours and a half I have given him, and that I shall find a carriage of some sort ready at the door." Albert was used to the count's manner of proceeding; he knew that, like Nero, he was in search of the impossible, and nothing astonished him, but wishing to judge with his own eyes how far the count's orders had been executed, he accompanied him to the door of the house.
Master Florian delivered judgment, none the less, without appeal and very suitably
. It is certainly quite sufficient for a judge to have the .air of listening; and the venerable auditor fulfilled this condition, the sole one in justice, all the better because his attention could not be distracted by any noise.
In practice, in the Arsenale at least, this generated room after room of warps, folds, buckles, morphs, globs and blobs loosely yoked together under suitably
nebulous headings ('Topography', 'Episodes', 'Surfaces', 'Atmosphere' and so on).
Victoria Westall gave us an evil, calculating Stepmother, while Lorena Vidal and Graciela Kaplan were suitably
irritable and silly as the Stepsisters.
Davis argues that instead of releasing the condors where the last wild ones were found--as was once proposed--the computer system, suitably
updated with changes in land use, could be used to determine the best spots for the condors' return to the wild.
Tenders are invited for this competition is being conducted in three lots: 1) the appointment, as a reserved specialist, of a suitably
qualified and experienced electrical contractor, to be appointed as a subcontractor by the main contractor engaged to construct beaumont hospital~s new breast unit.