It has been a hard fight, for we were, and are to this day, considered the worst plantation in the Solomons from the standpoint
At 5 o'clock, an hour later, she uses almost the same words, but the standpoint
From the tramp standpoint
, the constabulary of the township was particularly rotten, and I proceeded to open the eyes of the good people.
So fortunate," sniffed the man, with uplifted eyebrows; "looking at it from that standpoint
, I suppose I might be glad I wasn't a centipede and didn't break fifty
Before considering modern theories, let us look first at consciousness from the standpoint of conventional psychology, since this embodies views which naturally occur when we begin to reflect upon the subject.
We may take as one of the best and most typical representatives of this school the Austrian psychologist Brentano, whose "Psychology from the Empirical Standpoint,"* though published in
But for Alexey Alexandrovitch it was a necessity to think in that way; it was such a necessity for him in his humiliation to have some elevated standpoint
, however imaginary, from which, looked down upon by all, he could look down on others, that he clung, as to his one salvation, to his delusion of salvation.
From a financial standpoint
, Saxon and Billy were putting aside much money.
To be fearlessly outspoken in her opinions came easily to her, since she judged solely from the standpoint of her social position.
His views and beliefs had nothing in them to shock or startle her, since she judged them from the standpoint of her lofty position.
She had a genius for friendship; girl friends she had in plenty; but she had a vague consciousness that masculine friendship might also be a good thing to round out one's conceptions of companionship and furnish broader standpoints
of judgment and comparison.
The Report highlights the importance of risk management in order to ensure biopharmaceutical safety from a prion-safety standpoint