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This loss, however great, he bore like a man of sense and constancy, though it must be confest he would often talk a little whimsically on this head; for he sometimes said he looked on himself as still married, and considered his wife as only gone a little before him, a journey which he should most certainly, sooner or later, take after her; and that he had not the least doubt of meeting her again in a place where he should never part with her more--sentiments for which his sense was arraigned by one part of his neighbours, his religion by a second, and his sincerity by a third.
Gabriel had played his trump; and those of us who could not follow suit were arraigned for examination.
Near at hand was a group of very prosperous-looking spirits arraigned for judgment.
The worthy naturalist was not the first by many, who found himself, at the precise moment when he was expecting praise, suddenly arraigned, to answer for the very conduct on which he rested all his claims to commendation.
Well, there was no remedy; the prosecution went on, and on the Thursday I was carried down to the sessions-house, where I was arraigned, as they called it, and the next day I was appointed to be tried.
Michael Freeman, 39, was arraigned for murder Monday morning in the beating death of William Sires at the Lancaster-based correctional center last week.
A 21-year-old Eugene woman was arraigned Monday on arson and burglary charges after she allegedly broke into a number of homes in the Cal Young neighbor hood over the weekend, including one in which a small fire was started.
Dennis McCauley, a 64-year-old suburban Detroit man, has been arrested and arraigned on charges he was allegedly living with a woman's corpse for months in a trailer home.
Nigeria's Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairman, Farida Waziri, has disclosed that detained bank executives would be arraigned soon.
At press time John Fox, 19, and Ilya Shurov, 20, were arraigned on charges of murder, manslaughter, assault, and robbery as a hate crime, while Gary Timmins, 16, faces assault and robbery charges.
There's an interesting twist in the case of former USC defensive end Frostee Rucker, arraigned on two counts of spousal battery and vandalism.
Sabell was arraigned April 18, 2006, in Novi's 52-1 District Court, before Magistrate Andra Richardson, on one count of Child Sexually Abusive Activity, a 20-year felony.