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Of course, she, a handsome young woman without any definite position, without relations or even a country, did not intend to devote her life to serving Prince Bolkonski, to reading aloud to him and being friends with Princess Mary.
Oh, how I longed at that time to be turned out--ME, eighteen years old, poor, half-clothed, turned out into the street, quite alone, without lodging, without work, without a crust of bread, without relations, without a single acquaintance, in some large town--hungry, beaten (if you like), but in good health--and THEN I would show them--
The difficulty is, exactly, for Marion to establish a relation without relation, and his attempts may well resemble the thought of analogy--perhaps as an analogy of analogy, as it were.
The quest for it seems to be one for blind power, without measure, and incidentally a solitary quest without relation.
In this way, slaves could bring their singular experiences to a song without relation to anyone else.
This undemocratic right exists without relation to Simon's approximate 15% economic ownership in the entities that comprise the Simon Property Group.
As a result, the drama remains elliptical and obscure, at times lyrical, intermittently given and distorted by peculiar punctuation (periods and colons appear or disappear without relation to the syntax, and capitalization comes and goes).
This means that variable amounts of parts of goat mammary gland cells are excreted in the milk normally without relation to pathological conditions.
In a study of 2,000 pairs of identical twins, two psychologists at the University of Minnesota have theorized that a "happiness set point" is determined genetically and randomly, without relation to education, income, professional achievement, or marital status.
Hence she scolded Leonard Read, the founder of The Foundation for Economic Education, that it is a "great mistake" to assume "that economics is a science which can be isolated from moral, philosophical and political principles, and considered as a subject in itself, without relation to them.
One cannot underestimate the importance of republican continuity for France's political stability, as the President's evocation of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens of 1789 confirms, but the uncompromising dissociation of the |Republic' from the |French State' of Vichy, as if the latter were a mere interlude without relation to preceding and successive governments, is, according to French historians, an act of expedient rhetoric overlooking historical truth.
We expect the overall picture to resemble that of the airline industry after deregulation, in which prices vary greatly over different routes without relation to distance.