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The nurseries for males of noble or eminent birth, are provided with grave and learned professors, and their several deputies.
Felton cast his eyes round for means of escape, and seeing the door free, he rushed into the next chamber, in which, as we have said, the deputies from La Rochelle were waiting, crossed it as quickly as possible, and rushed toward the staircase; but upon the first step he met Lord de Winter, who, seeing him pale, confused, livid, and stained with blood both on his hands and face, seized him by the throat, crying, "I knew it
Meanwhile, Lord de Winter, the deputies, the leaders of the expedition, the officers of Buckingham's household, had all made their way into the chamber.
When the deputies returned without an explanation, or even venturing to demand one, she, with the calm energy of her character, determined to chase away the strange cloud that appeared to be settling round Mr.
While Neil Partington, who was a patrolman proper, received a regular salary, Charley and I, being merely deputies, received only what we earned--that is to say, a certain percentage of the fines imposed on convicted violators of the fish laws.
The Report thus became, both as to the matter concerned and for the minister himself, the same as a report to the Chamber of Deputies on a question of laws,--namely, a disquisition in which the reasons for and against are stated with more or less partiality.
He had not considered the government as permanently secure until three hundred deputies at least had the courage to form a compact majority systematically ministerial.
So, scarcely was the decision known, when the Texan and Floridan deputies arrived at Baltimore in an incredibly short space of time.
It became necessary to keep an eye upon the deputies.
The shades evoked, as worldly rumour had it, by Madame de S-- to meet statesmen, diplomatists, deputies of various European Parliaments, must have been of another sort.
You knew my character, you wanted to drive me to fury and then to knock me down with priests and deputies.
Well, produce them all: your deputies, your witnesses, what you like
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- deprive of power
- deprive of protection
- deprive of rank
- deprive of strength
- deprive of the right to inherit
- deprive of vital parts
- deprive of weapons
- deprive oneself
- deprived of
- deprived of legal rights
- deprived of one’s wits
- deprived of sensation
- deprived of sight
- deprived of strength
- depth of thought
- Deputy district attorneys
- Deputy of the attorney general
- deranged intellect
- Derativa potestas non potest esse major primitiva
- dereliction of allegiance
- dereliction of duty
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- Deputies Advisory Working Group
- Deputies Committee
- Deputies Committee of the National Security Council
- Deputies Law Enforcement Association
- deputize (someone) as (something)
- deputize as
- deputize her as
- deputize him as
- deputize me as