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Regard me in the light of a husband or a carpet, and beat till you are tired, if that sort of exercise agrees with you.
They never could agree all together; there were so many arguments upon each side, and one would be obstinate, and no sooner would the rest have convinced him than it would transpire that his arguments had caused another to waver.
What can you please or heaven order," said the other, "except to agree to go back?
Yet this singular and almost accidental character of his mission agrees with the divine sign which, according to our notions, is equally accidental and irrational, and is nevertheless accepted by him as the guiding principle of his life.
I would swear to it; what I heard of his symptoms agrees too well with what I have seen in the other cases.
For such a prince cannot rely upon what he observes in quiet times, when citizens have need of the state, because then every one agrees with him; they all promise, and when death is far distant they all wish to die for him; but in troubled times, when the state has need of its citizens, then he finds but few.
THOUGHTS PREVIOUS TO ATTEMPTING AN ESCAPE--TOBY, A FELLOW SAILOR, AGREES TO SHARE THE ADVENTURE--LAST NIGHT ABOARD THE SHIP
He looks ill, and I don't think the air of Holland agrees with him.
Beebe exclaimed: "So she says herself, and since another lady agrees with her, I must own that I am partially convinced.
He finds that nothing agrees with him so well as to make little gyrations on one leg of his stool, and stab his desk, and gape.
Now for fifteen years at least I have studied the Apocalypse, and she agrees with me in thinking that the present is the epoch represented by the third horse, the black one whose rider holds a measure in his hand.
And, [45] in fact, the intellectual public generally agrees with him.