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Dark and terrible as is this picture, I hold it to be strictly true of the overwhelming mass of professed Christians in America.
Strictly speaking, the pronunciation of all words such as Liang, Kiang, etc.
The consummate leader cultivates the moral law, and strictly adheres to method and discipline; thus it is in his power to control success.
More strictly speaking, I had noticed him when, on a previous occasion, he had come to play cards here, and I had followed him home.
Although favored by a strictly vegetable descent myself, the laws of nature have not permitted me to escape from the influence of this common rule.
Moreover, it is strictly true that most ships will sail without ballast for some little time before they turn turtle upon the crew.
It is not for us to blame any expectations on your father's side of your marrying to advantage; where possessions are so extensive as those of your family, the wish of increasing them, if not strictly reasonable, is too common to excite surprize or resentment.
And after a time, set before thee thine own example; and examine thyself strictly, whether thou didst not best at first.
What would the countess have done had she not been able sometimes to scold the invalid for not strictly obeying the doctor's orders?
Yet there is a clear note of originality (so it seems to us) in the peculiar charm of his strictly personal compositions; and, generally, in such touches as he gives us of the soul, the life, of the [114] nineteenth century.
The face, when completed, could not have been considered strictly beautiful; but it wore a smile so big and broad, and was so Jolly in expression, that even Tip laughed as he looked admiringly at his work.
Your wishes have been strictly carried out, most strictly.