The weeping old man
with the cigar in his mouth was ludicrous.
cried a terrible voice, as a man
started up from among the graves at the side of the church porch.
At this instant there came into court two old men, one carrying a cane by way of a walking-stick, and the one who had no stick said, "Senor, some time ago I lent this good man
ten gold-crowns in gold to gratify him and do him a service, on the condition that he was to return them to me whenever I should ask for them.
At any rate, they were an amazingly ugly gang, and over the heads of them under the forward lug peered the black face of the man
whose eyes were luminous in the dark.
is a frivolous and incongruous creature, and perhaps, like a chess player, loves the process of the game, not the end of it.
Now in this case the name of the species man
' is applied to the individual, for we use the term 'man
' in describing the individual; and the definition of 'man
' will also be predicated of the individual man
, for the individual man
is both man
And, sir," continued the wounded man
, "I suffer much and would like, if possible, to be carried to some house.
He was a man
of great note in all the doings that brought about the Revolution," said Grandfather.
But others, who had seen more of the world, had watched and waited till they were weary, and had beheld no man
with such a face, nor any man
that proved to be much greater or nobler than his neighbors, concluded it to be nothing but an idle tale.
But if a man
cannot obtain to that judgment, then it is left to bim generally, to be close, and a dissembler.
A shy man
means a lonely man
cut off from all companionship, all sociability.
while it is necessary that every one should do well in his calling, in which consists his excellence, as it is impossible that all the citizens should have the same [1277a] qualifications) it is impossible that the virtue of a citizen and a good man
should be the same; for all should possess the virtue of an excellent citizen: for from hence necessarily arise the perfection of the city: but that every one should possess the virtue of a good man
is impossible without all the citizens in a well-regulated state were necessarily virtuous.