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If fighting is sure to result in victory, then you must fight, even though the ruler forbid it; if fighting will not result in victory, then you must not fight even at the ruler's bidding.
That's the result of all our Study in Scarlet: to get them a testimonial
Like 'Sartor Resartus' it has much subjective coloring, which here results in exaggeration of characters and situations, and much fantasy and grotesqueness of expression; but as a dramatic and pictorial vilification of a great historic movement it was and remains unique, and on the whole no history is more brilliantly enlightening and profoundly instructive.
Further, the restless stirrings of his age, beginning to arouse itself from the social lethargy of centuries, appeared to him pitifully unintelligent and devoid of results.
To achieve these results, and to secure a note of invitation which could be shown to Lady Glyde, were the objects of my visit to Mr.
On my return to Blackwater Park (with the letter of invitation) I found that the doctor's imbecile treatment of Marian's case had led to the most alarming results.
The "good gentleman" sent in this note by a street boy, and paused for results a door or two farther on.
The minor precautions which I observed in communicating with Limmeridge House are already known, so is the magnificent success of my enterprise, so are the solid pecuniary results which followed it.
We are indebted to her for these results," the lawyer had said.
A search engine accepts the search string from the user and displays a list of relevant websites along with the hit count inside the 'search engine result page' (SERP).
sample distribution to the participating laboratories with clear identification, instructions and test result format; and
Alternatively, futile care has been defined as "ineffective and incapable of achieving a desired result or goal.