Men write many fine
and plausible arguments in support of monarchy, but the fact re- mains that where every man in a State has a vote, brutal laws are impossible.
Aouda pathetically thanked her deliverers, rather with tears than words; her fine
eyes interpreted her gratitude better than her lips.
If I had a little powder and ball, I would take it out with me, and would now and then shoot a deer; and when I brought the meat home to my hungry family, I would say--This was killed by the rifle of my friend, the bald-headed chief, to whom I gave that very fine
His contention is that racing, without time allowances for anything else but tonnage - that is, for size - has fostered the fine
art of sailing to the pitch of perfection.
The eyes that shed those glances were really not half so fine
as Adam's, which sometimes looked at her with a sad, beseeching tenderness, but they had found a ready medium in Hetty's little silly imagination, whereas Adam's could get no entrance through that atmosphere.
I did not—I could not anticipate that an old, a friendless man like him, would dare to oppose the officers of justice,” interrupted the Judge, “I supposed that he would submit to the search, when the fine
could have been paid, and the law would have been appeased; but now he will have to meet its rigor.
That meant the double fine
if I could get it out of him.
Stumble-at-truth, that fine
old clerical character the Rev.
The row of return on the banquet side, let it be all stately galleries: in which galleries let there be three, or five, fine
cupolas in the length of it, placed at equal distance; and fine
colored windows of several works.
On the other side of the lake stood a fine
illuminated castle, from which came the merry music of horns and trumpets.
The contrary prevails in a democracy; for there they make the poor a proper allowance for attending the assemblies and the courts, but give the rich nothing for doing it: whence it is evident, that if any one would properly blend these customs together, they must extend both the pay and the fine
to every member of the community, and then every one would share in it, whereas part only now do.
And against the gate of the Châtelet, there were very fine