Now, of those attendant bodies which the sun maintains in their elliptical orbits by the great law
of gravitation, some few in turn possess satellites.
While doing justice to the intellectual power with which a few Circles have for many generations maintained their supremacy over immense multitudes of their countrymen, he believes that the facts of Flatland, speaking for themselves without comment on his part, declare that Revolutions cannot always be suppressed by slaughter, and that Nature, in sentencing the Circles to infecundity, has condemned them to ultimate failure -- "and herein," he says, "I see a fulfilment of the great Law
of all worlds, that while the wisdom of Man thinks it is working one thing, the wisdom of Nature constrains it to work another, and quite a different and far better thing.
Filled with good cheer and mountain mutton, one of the free trappers began to repine at the solitude of his lodge, and to experience the force of that great law
of nature, "it is not meet for man to live alone.
He had discovered a great law
of human action, without knowing it -- namely, that in order to make a man or a boy covet a thing, it is only necessary to make the thing difficult to attain.
That they then began to demolish the house with great fury, and setting fire to it in several parts, involved in a common ruin the whole of the costly furniture, the plate and jewels, a beautiful gallery of pictures, the rarest collection of manuscripts ever possessed by any one private person in the world, and worse than all, because nothing could replace this loss, the great Law
Library, on almost every page of which were notes in the Judge's own hand, of inestimable value,--being the results of the study and experience of his whole life.
For, since the conjunction of male and female is founded upon the great law
of nature, in order to propagate and continue the species, the Lilliputians will needs have it, that men and women are joined together, like other animals, by the motives of concupiscence; and that their tenderness towards their young proceeds from the like natural principle: for which reason they will never allow that a child is under any obligation to his father for begetting him, or to his mother for bringing him into the world; which, considering the miseries of human life, was neither a benefit in itself, nor intended so by his parents, whose thoughts, in their love encounters, were otherwise employed.
In giving her existence a great law
had been broken; and the result was a being whose elements were perhaps beautiful and brilliant, but all in disorder, or with an order peculiar to themselves, amidst which the point of variety and arrangement was difficult or impossible to be discovered.
Bar always had a suspicion of this, and perhaps was glad to encourage it (for, if the world were really a great Law
Court, one would think that the last day of Term could not too soon arrive); and so he liked and respected Physician quite as much as any other kind of man did.
Queensland great Law
played only one Test, in 1995, and had to score four Shield centuries in a season in which he averaged 77 before winning his solitary baggy green cap.
A jurist-in-residence program is one of the hallmarks of a great law
school, and has long been a program I've wanted to see established at our school," said Dean Robert Jerry.
And the great affinity I felt for Judge Titone, being a graduate, as I am also, of that other great law
Well, the Stony Point People don't have a Great Law
the Canadian and Ontario government can copy, but it seems they have appropriated something else indicative of Canada's Native people: The concept of Indian Time.