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He has not been suffi- ciently rubbed and curried, or he has not been prop- erly fed; his food was too wet or too dry; he got it too soon or too late; he was too hot or too cold; he had too much hay, and not enough of grain; or he had too much grain, and not enough of hay; instead of old Barney's attending to the horse, he had very improperly left it to his son.
Spirited horses, when not enough exercised, are often called skittish, when it is only play; and some grooms will punish them, but our John did not; he knew it was only high spirits.
The master of the house heard with real sorrow that they were to go so soon, and repeatedly tried to persuade Miss Bennet that it would not be safe for her-- that she was not enough recovered; but Jane was firm where she felt herself to be right.
It is not enough that your designs, nay, that your actions, are intrinsically good; you must take care they shall appear so.
And as if it were not enough to have aggrandized the Church, and deprived himself of friends, he, wishing to have the kingdom of Naples, divides it with the King of Spain, and where he was the prime arbiter in Italy he takes an associate, so that the ambitious of that country and the malcontents of his own should have somewhere to shelter; and whereas he could have left in the kingdom his own pensioner as king, he drove him out, to put one there who was able to drive him, Louis, out in turn.
The stock of water for the cylinder was also thrown overboard and only a few pints were retained, but still all this was not enough.
One night there was a beautiful electric storm, though not enough rain fell to damage the cut grain.
But pictures are not enough although most authors draw so badly that if one of them happens to have the genius for line that Mr.
But apparently the coachman's sympathy was not enough for Peter, and he turned on the box toward his master.
Without intending it, he had betrayed his sister's confidence; he was not enough interested in human life to see where things will lead to.
It is not enough that ye should reconcile with him whom ye slay.
I want to be Tandy Hard," she cried, shak- ing her head and sobbing as though her young strength were not enough to bear the vision the words of the drunkard had brought to her.