The ape-man, naturally, had a slightly more comprehensive realization of the limitations
of time; but, like the beasts, he moved with majestic deliberation when no emergency prompted him to swift action.
It was honorable braggadocio, and despite the fact that he had found his limitations
and was pressing desperately against them, he ran gamely on.
Her own limits were the limits of her horizon; but limited minds can recognize limitations
only in others.
The hard obstruction of the cave-wall, the sharp nudge of his mother's nose, the smashing stroke of her paw, the hunger unappeased of several famines, had borne in upon him that all was not freedom in the world, that to life there was limitations
My friend, you must recognise the laws and limitations
of your being," replied the Tail, with flexions appropriate to the sentiments uttered, "and try to be great some other way.
His spirit, cramped and outraged by the impassable limitations
of human life and by the conventions of society, beat recklessly against them with an impatience fruitless but partly grand.
Men cease to interest us when we find their limitations
I had not been home a full half-hour, after witnessing those playful sham-duels, when circumstances made it necessary for me to get ready immediately to assist personally at a real one--a duel with no effeminate limitation
in the matter of results, but a battle to the death.
This forms a complete barrier against any material oppression of the citizens by taxes of this class, and is itself a natural limitation
of the power of imposing them.
I will tell you: in consequence of their limitation
they take immediate and secondary causes for primary ones, and in that way persuade themselves more quickly and easily than other people do that they have found an infallible foundation for their activity, and their minds are at ease and you know that is the chief thing.
A stranger among them would have been the destruction of all their comfort"; and when Edmund, pursuing that idea, gave a hint of his hope as to the limitation
of the audience, they were ready, in the complaisance of the moment, to promise anything.
For government; let it be in the hands of one, assisted with some counsel; and let them have commission to exercise martial laws, with some limitation