inquired the Dodger; taking advantage of the next interval of breathlessness on the part of his friend to propound
Not even the circumstance that Riderhood was their conductor moved him, otherwise than that as he took a dip of ink he seemed, by a settlement of his chin in his stock, to propound
to that personage, without looking at him, the question, 'What have YOU been up to, last?
He was about to propound
the question to Namby, who kept close beside him, sucking a large gold ring on his little finger, when Perker bustled up, and observing that there was no time to lose, led the way into the inn.
The Bacon, the Spinoza, the Hume, Schelling, Kant, or whosoever propounds
to you a philosophy of the mind, is only a more or less awkward translator of things in your consciousness which you have also your way of seeing, perhaps of denominating.
Luzhin, who propounds
the theory of the superiority of wives raised from destitution and owing everything to their husband's bounty--who propounds
it, too, almost at the first interview.
We are satisfactory over the way of managing the national dialogue and views propounded
during the dialogue by parties, movements and national dignitaries , disclosing that the time set for the dialogue is sufficient for all parties to propound
their views .
Few in Iran believe such tales, but the surprise was that state television gave Naghipurfar a platform to propound
Dave Yewlett Whitchurch, Cardiff nowadays the advertisements on television all seem to propound
the idea that "fun" can only be had by children playing Gameboys, Xbox or similar "games" in front of the television.
Today, a plaintiff's counsel with even a passing familiarity with the new federal e-discovery requirements can, and often will, create sweeping and burdensome discovery requests to propound
on corporate defendants.
AS a nation we have a critical need to ditch at the earliest opportunity the corrupt and rotten political chameleons in favour of those who propound
traditional commonsense Judaeo/ Christian ethics and principles.
Perhaps his most controversial stance was to propound
what has come to be known as the consensus school of history.
Typical of the left, they propound
no solution of their own for Iraq except to cut and run.