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He had risen from his position to his hands and knees, and though his leg obviously hurt him pretty sharply when he moved--for I could hear him stifle a groan--yet it was at a good, rattling rate that he trailed himself across the deck.
He tried to sound her, but the old lady obviously knew nothing.
And while it is obviously possible that such decision may be erroneous in any given case, still the evil effect following it, being limited to that particular case, with the chance that it may be overruled and never become a precedent for other cases, can better be borne than could the evils of a different practice.
It is obviously not a sufficient answer that Socrates had never professed to teach them anything, and is therefore not justly chargeable with their crimes.
Utterson again walked some way in silence and obviously under a weight of consideration.
Fettes was an old drunken Scotchman, a man of education obviously, and a man of some property, since he lived in idleness.
Plots are either Simple or Complex, for the actions in real life, of which the plots are an imitation, obviously show a similar distinction.
But obviously, that was not now the chief and the most important matter: I had to make haste and at all costs save my reputation in the eyes of Zverkov and Simonov as quickly as possible; that was the chief business.
The writer, however is obviously laughing at her own countrymen, and insulting them as openly as she dares.
It obviously follows that the more punishment is inflicted the more crime is produced, and most modern legislation has clearly recognised this, and has made it its task to diminish punishment as far as it thinks it can.
But no symptom of that incipient affection which was to govern her life, could either of her parents ever discover; and in the exhibitions of her attachments, there was nothing to be seen but that quiet and regulated esteem, which grows out of association and good sense, and which is so obviously different from the restless and varying emotions that are said to belong to the passion of love.
He was pacing the drawing-room, by the light of a single tallow candle, obviously in great mental distress.