If our soldiers are not overburdened with money, it is not because they have a distaste for riches; if their lives are not unduly
long, it is not because they are disinclined to longevity.
He learned to eat and dress and generally comport himself after the manner of civilized man; but through it all he remained himself, not unduly
reverential nor considerative, and never hesitating to stride rough-shod over any soft-faced convention if it got in his way and the provocation were great enough.
des moeurs de Caton a-t-elle dit--sotte!" Hers, I thought, must be a curious soul, where in spite of a strong, natural tendency to estimate unduly
advantages of wealth and station, the sardonic disdain of a fortuneless subordinate had wrought a deeper impression than could be imprinted by the most flattering assiduities of a prosperous CHEF D'INSTITUTION.
As I don't want you to think that I am unduly partial to the girl we shall say that she failed decidedly to endear herself to that simple, virtuous and, I believe, teetotal household.
As it was not considered absolutely necessary to take them into full confidence, they neither expected the girl to be specially cheerful nor were they discomposed unduly by the indescribable quality of her glances.
Wherefore it is better to be a guest of the law, which though conducted by rules, does not meddle unduly
with a gentleman's private affairs.
And when Anne, utterly insensible to the honor, refused him, as delicately and considerately as she could -- for even a Sloane had feelings which ought not to be unduly
lacerated -- Sloanishness still further betrayed itself.
It is not my desire that you should suffer unduly
for your humane visit here, but I might remind you that under the circumstances it is a little compromising.
Archer, who was seldom unduly
pleased with human events, had been altogether glad of her son's engagement.
People found guilty of crimes linked to terrorism, paramilitarism and organised crime groups could see their sentences reconsidered under the Unduly
Lenient Sentence scheme.
Arfon Jones has written to the UK's most senior lawyer, the attorney general, raising his concerns about "unduly
lenient" punishments for sex offenders.
The report, however, says that the assessment of Form 45 reveals that 22,319 forms or 28% were either inaccurate, unduly
filled or were only partially available.
TERRORISM convicts could see unduly
lenient sentences reconsidered, it was revealed yesterday.
His victims, and the Crown, were concerned the sentence did not match the severity of the offences and launched an appeal against it as "unduly
Assistant State Prosecutor Christian Tracy Bachiller said that Pampilo "unduly
interfered with the presentation of the prosecution's evidence."