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If any one would choose to fix the administration on the widest basis, he will find none preferable to this; for to rule by turns is what the rich and the poor will not submit to, on account of their hatred to each other.
But it was not merely a falsehood, it was the cruel jeer of some wicked power, some evil, hateful power, to whom one could not submit.
If he replied and argued, it was only because he wished to maintain his independence and not submit to Speranski's opinions entirely.
The doctor perceiving, upon examination, that his pulse was disordered, and hearing that he had not slept, declared that he was in great danger; for he apprehended a fever was coming on, which he would have prevented by bleeding, but Jones would not submit, declaring he would lose no more blood; "and, doctor," says he, "if you will be so kind only to dress my head, I have no doubt of being well in a day or two.
If it were not for your situation, Helen, I would not submit to it so tamely.
But I could not submit to be thrown off in that way, and I made a passionate, almost an indignant, appeal to him to be more frank and manly with me.
I will submit even to what is unreasonable from my father, but I will not submit to it from you.
I may have been mistaken, gentlemen,” returned the youth, ‘but I had pride, and could not submit to such an exposure as this day even has reluctantly brought to light.
I came, madame, intending to complain energetically, and to inform you that I will not submit to such behavior from the Duke of Buckingham.
I will not submit to be penned in between four men there, and four men there.
He had told Mr Rugg that he knew what lawyers and agents were, and that he would not submit to imposition.
As White Fang watched Weedon Scott approach, he bristled and snarled to advertise that he would not submit to punishment.

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