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No; Laurence," rejoined Grandfather; "and every warlike achievement involves an amount of physical and moral evil, for which all the gold in the Spanish mines would not be the slightest recompense.
It involves endless claims upon one, endless attention to business, endless bother.
It is a complicated question, and one that involves a thousand connected feelings," said Charles.
Our orthodox friends need not be told that all the merit in this world is comparative; and, once for all, we desire to say that, where anything which involves qualities or characters is asserted, we must be understood to mean, “under the circumstances.
They wore the cast-off graces of the gentry; - and this, I believe, involves the best definition of the class.
But it involves a happiness that will last throughout our lives, will it not?
Every intelligent murder involves taking advantage of some one uncommon feature in a common situation.
It involves me in correspondence with public bodies and with private individuals anxious for the welfare of their species all over the country.
To suppress a paper here involves the ruin of the publisher, almost.
I do not think this general insolvency, which involves in some sort all the population, to be the reason of the difficulty experienced at Christmas and New Year and other times, in bestowing gifts; since it is always so pleasant to be generous, though very vexatious to pay debts.
Every thing in life involves danger; it may even be dangerous to sit down at one's own table, or to put one's hat on one's own head.
It has a roof almost as flat as roofs in the East, which involves sweeping the roof in winter, when it snows; and of course roofs are made to be swept.