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Does it, in fine, consist in the greater obstacles opposed to the concert and accomplishment of the secret wishes of an unjust and interested majority?
You are right, too, for that, indeed, is an immense obstacle.
This being the field marshal's frame of mind he was naturally regarded as merely a hindrance and obstacle to the impending war.
It was plain that she did not dislike me, and equally plain that there was some obstacle connected with her father, which forbade her to listen to my offer of marriage.
I will tell your mother what the obstacle is," she said, thoughtfully.
The chief one among the obstacles which I mentioned just now is the obstacle presented by that same 'letter.
The perilous position in which she stood toward her husband--as an immovable obstacle, while she lived, between Geoffrey and Mrs.
Miss Roseberry once out of the house, but one serious obstacle is left in Lady Janet's way.
But the race began not in the ring, but two hundred yards away from it, and in that part of the course was the first obstacle, a dammed-up stream, seven feet in breadth, which the racers could leap or wade through as they preferred.
Why should Miss Rachel put an obstacle in your way?
New Jersey is too small a State to think of being a frontier, in opposition to this still more powerful combination; nor do there appear to be any obstacles to her admission into it.
But Conseil's dexterity and the Canadian's strength surmounted all obstacles.