justicer


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This damage is the result of an act of murder, and it generates destructive and self-destructive impulses unthinkable in a Chief Justicer acting on principle.
Corruption in the place!/False justicer, why hast thou let her scape?' (III.v.54-6).
Lear blames his justicers for letting his imagined daughter's escape, but because Lear's daughters are only phantoms of his imagination, none of Lear's followers could have stopped them from leaving.
Albany responds to the news that Cornwall has been killed, attributing the action to the gods acting through the servant: This shows you are above, You justicers, that these our nether crimes So speedily can venge.
He physically attacked her as she called him "Milk-liver'd man," and she laughed at him as she sneered "your manhood meow." By the end of the scene, however, with the news that Cornwall was dead--punished by the justicers above--Albany had pulled himself together to continue the restoration of justice, as well as he could, to Lear and Cordelia.
Yet Clinton throughout the scandal was able to rely on the fact that the mere presence of "dispute" created in the very high minds of our journalistic justicers a prima facie case that the evidence must therefore be somehow dubious or inconclusive--or at any rate that it would be unseemly and injudicious of them to say otherwise.
Unlike Joseph, Shakespearean characters who think they know God's purposes frequently meet with a painful comeuppance, as Albany does in Lear with his confidence that Cornwall's death "shows you are above, / You justicers" (4-2.78-79).
Albany, a man acting like a failing Fortinbras, vainly attempting to restore order to the kingdom, calls the gods "you justicers" (4.2.80).
Albany, for example, hearing of Gloucester's blinding and Cornwall's death, supplies the conventional gloss: `This shows you are above, / You justicers, that these our nether crimes / So speedily can venge!' (4.2.78-80).
Albany, for example, hearing of Gloucester's blinding and Cornwall's death, supplies the conventional gloss: 'This shows you are above, / You justicers, that these our nether crimes / So speedily can venge!' (4.2.78-80).