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If Tolkien "first learned charity and forgiveness" from Father Francis Morgan, it may imply that there was little mercy or forgiveness when they were living with his mother, especially during the "sad and troublous time," the years at Sarehole (emphasis added).
90) The Attorney General urged Congress not to repeat the "mistake" that it had made "during the troublous days of reconstruction," when it stripped Supreme Court jurisdiction in habeas cases.
It opposes "our" space, seen as a safe haven and a potential place of asylum, to "their" space as inherently troublous.
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1465 Thus when my daies at length are ouerpast, and tyme without all troublous tumult spent, An aged man J shall depart at last, Jn mean estate, to dye full well content.
Leading journalist and communist organizer Marvel Cooke noted that: "morbidly curious throngs pass through their [mediums] portals day after day seeking advice on all sorts of problems - primarily, during troublous times, those affecting employment.
T]he President's course in this troublous time has been all that could be desired.
With that (he shrugging up his shoulders strong) Spake (like a Christian) in the Kentish tongue, Quoth he, Kinde sir, I am a Fisherman, Who many yeeres my living thus have wan By wading in these sandy troublous waters For Shrimps, Wilks, Cockles, and such usefull matters, And I will lead you, (with a course I keepe) From out these dangerous shallowes to the deepe.
The appalling absence of trial courts in Sulu and its municipalities bespeaks the troublous times besetting Sulu," the senator said.
Thus the military's troublous (mis)adventure in politics drew Nigeria to the fringes with the dubious regimes of Babangida and Abacha (1985-1998) as the worst period of crisis and military dictatorship in the entire post-independence period and as the time tickled away, the juntas and the whole military institution drifted and lost their sense of direction.
You will have heard in plenty of the troublous times in which we live in England these days," the father began, "and of the mighty struggle we are entered upon, of the difficulties to be met and overcome in achieving the ultimate and certain victory for rational and free-thinking peoples.
I wonder if Nathan's opera King Charles II, Merry Freaks in Troublous Times written in Australia in 1842 has survived in manuscript.