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The convention might with propriety have meditated the punishment of the Executive, for a deviation from the instructions of the Senate, or a want of integrity in the conduct of the negotiations committed to him; they might also have had in view the punishment of a few leading individuals in the Senate, who should have prostituted their influence in that body as the mercenary instruments of foreign corruption: but they could not, with more or with equal propriety, have contemplated the impeachment and punishment of two thirds of the Senate, consenting to an improper treaty, than of a majority of that or of the other branch of the national legislature, consenting to a pernicious or unconstitutional law -- a principle which, I believe, has never been admitted into any government.
Hardyman had not yet announced the contemplated marriage to his parents and friends; and Isabel was determined not to become his wife until she could be first assured of a courteous and tolerant reception by the family--if she could hope for no warmer welcome at their hands.
As the days wore on, disappointments and difficulties seemed by a kind of fatality to beset the contemplated announcement of the marriage.
I determined to go back to Yorkshire on that day, and to begin my contemplated investigation the next morning.
If I wanted to see him, it would be advisable to lose no time in paying my contemplated visit.
During this interval, I arranged to employ myself in opening my contemplated inquiry, among the guests present at the birthday dinner who were personally known to me, and who were easily within my reach.
Lupton's broad face might well wear a smile of complacency as she contemplated the heir of Hunsden Wood occupied in paying assiduous court to her darling Sarah Martha.
Roth used unconventional approaches to literally and metaphysically peer into the mysteries of nature: not only did he walk at night and very early morning to experience the quiet and the dark, he hung upside down from trees, squeezed his vision through cracks between leaves and branches, or contemplated the same sight night after night to personally soak in the progression of differences.
It is contemplated that the convertible notes will be senior unsecured obligations of the Company.
From my perspective as a retirement fund director, I believe mismanagement will lead to serious concern on the part of retirees, who never contemplated their nest eggs carrying the weight of the nation's bridges and roadways.
The Company also announced that, in addition to routine matters normally presented for consideration by its shareholders, the Company intends to submit to its shareholders the transactions and related matters contemplated by the Company's Master Formation and Contribution Agreement dated as of October 3, 2006, as amended (the "Master Agreement"), with POP Venture, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company affiliated with The Shidler Group.
within the time period contemplated by said Agreement and therefore had to be rejected.