office was at the top of one of the large Russell Square houses, which had once been lived in by a great city merchant and his family, and was now let out in slices to a number of societies which displayed assorted initials upon doors of ground glass, and kept, each of them, a typewriter which clicked busily all day long.
She moved about the room acquiring small objects with quiet force, and fixing them about her--a locket, a watch and chain, a heavy gold bracelet, and the parti-coloured button of a suffrage
And Bill Totts liked the girls and the girls liked him, while Freddie Drummond enjoyed playing the ascetic in this particular, was open in his opposition to equal suffrage
, and cynically bitter in his secret condemnation of coeducation.
Be good enough to lie still while I walk upon you, singing the praises of universal suffrage
and descanting upon the blessings of civil and religious liberty.
(which is held to be both a privilege and a duty) means,
For, be it known, in my younger days, despite my ardent democracy, I had been opposed to woman suffrage
, which finds such favor in the sight of those persons who belong to the constitutional opposition, as it is called, was a capital institution in the Church, because (as you yourself have just pointed out, dear pastor) the individuals of whom the Church was composed were all well educated, disciplined by religious feeling, thoroughly imbued with the spirit of the same system, well aware of what they wanted and whither they were going.
Yes, said Adeimantus; and you may add my suffrage
to Damon's and your own.
Absolve you to yourself, and you shall have the suffrage
of the world.
He says the most horrid things about women's suffrage
so nicely, and when I said I believed in equality he just folded his arms and gave me such a setting down as I've never had.
By repelling worthy men from your legislative assemblies, it has bred up a class of candidates for the suffrage
, who, in their very act, disgrace your Institutions and your people's choice.
So strangely compounded is the feeling of self-love, that the young soldier, while he knew the utter worthlessness of the suffrages
of his savage umpires, forgot the sudden motives of the contest in a wish to excel.