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After all," he said, "it is unreasonable to keep one man in bondage to the gifts of another.
Such another, Gurth, will redeem thy bondage, and make thee a brother as free of thy guild as the best.
Thus, self-deluding, and in bondage sore, And wearing out the wretched shred of life To which I am reduced by her disdain, I'll give this soul and body to the winds, All hopeless of a crown of bliss in store.
He might see a reason for his friend's strange preference or bondage (call it which you please) and even for the startling clause of the will.
There, you see," I added, though she made no answer, but only listened in silence, entirely absorbed, "that's a bondage for you
As for Albert and Franz, they essayed not to escape from their ciceronian tyrants; and, indeed, it would have been so much the more difficult to break their bondage, as the guides alone are permitted to visit these monuments with torches in their hands.
There, then, they left him in very cruel bondage, and having put on their armour they closed the door behind them and went back to take their places by the side of Ulysses; whereon the four men stood in the cloister, fierce and full of fury; nevertheless, those who were in the body of the court were still both brave and many.
And whatever you may do or provide against, they never forget that name or their privileges unless they are disunited or dispersed, but at every chance they immediately rally to them, as Pisa after the hundred years she had been held in bondage by the Florentines.
Or they talked of making the Indians their servants; as if God had destined them for perpetual bondage to the more powerful white man.
We remain in everlasting bondage to the productions of our brain and to the work of our hands.
For the same reason, the parents will have to sell the younger son into bondage or the ranks of the army, in order that he may earn more towards the family capital.
Certainly there be, that delight in giddiness, and count it a bondage to fix a belief; affecting free-will in thinking, as well as in acting.