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But of course that is because I do not respect myself.
She could not respect her parents as she had hoped.
Can you not respect that principle of loyalty which made the royalists give up country, friends, fortune, everything, rather than be false to their king?
She concealed them not because she did not respect or did not love her mother, but simply because she was her mother.
On the tables distributed over the floor were the books which humanity in general reads--and does not respect. In the first class, the works of the wise ancients; and the Histories, Biographies, and Essays of writers of more modern times--otherwise the Solid Literature, which is universally respected, and occasionally read.
I will not have a servant in the place who does not respect my wishes.
And in the midst of all these solitary resignations and unseen sacrifices, she did not respect herself any more than the world respected her, but I believe thought in her heart that she was a poor-spirited, despicable little creature, whose luck in life was only too good for her merits.
She could not respect his eye, but his love and his complaisance were unexceptionable.
"Oh no, I shall not respect an Adam who drags the tempo , as you will," said Lucy, beginning to play the duet.
And I could not respect your sorrow more, if you were my father.
One who, profession virtues that he does not respect secures the advantage of seeming to be what he depises.
He began by taking charge of certain delicate missions which can be given neither to a man who respects himself nor to a man who does not respect himself, but are confided to grave and enigmatic individuals who can be acknowledged or disavowed at will.