Why, you read about them in Murger, in Musset, in Balzac, and in Flaubert; and the fact of your having read about them is, I may add, their chief importance
The alcalde finally put it in legal form, and the declaration was made with all the formalities required in such cases, at which Don Quixote and Sancho were in high delight, as if a declaration of the sort was of any great importance
to them, and as if their words and deeds did not plainly show the difference between the two Don Quixotes and the two Sanchos.
If such men will make a firm and solemn pause, and meditate dispassionately on the importance
of this interesting idea; if they will contemplate it in all its attitudes, and trace it to all its consequences, they will not hesitate to part with trivial objections to a Constitution, the rejection of which would in all probability put a final period to the Union.
With what propriety, therefore, or for what good purposes, are attempts at this particular period made by some men to depreciate the importance
of the Union?
As the accuracy of the census to be obtained by the Congress will necessarily depend, in a considerable degree on the disposition, if not on the co-operation, of the States, it is of great importance
that the States should feel as little bias as possible, to swell or to reduce the amount of their numbers.
The choice of servants is of no little importance
to a prince, and they are good or not according to the discrimination of the prince.
Captain Bonneville did his best to set forth the merits of his nation, and the importance
of their friendship to the red men, in which he was ably seconded by his worthy friend, the old chief with the hard name, who did all that he could to glorify the Big Hearts of the East.
Les ordonnances" were in her mouth constantly, and it was easy to perceive that she attached the greatest importance
to these ordinances, whatever they were, and fancied a political millennium was near.
In the orientation of the winds that rule the seas, the north and south directions are of no importance
He wore the Holy Ghost, the Garter, and the Golden Fleece, three orders of such importance
, that a king alone, or else a player, could wear them at once.
The British government soon began to perceive the importance
of this region, and to desire to include it within their territorial domains.
Every emendation of Anne's had been on the side of honesty against importance