Where it decides
that a guide is necessary, you are forbidden to go without one.
One ought to be at Enscombe, and know the ways of the family, before one decides
upon what he can do," replied Mrs.
Michael Vanstone, and the sooner you will know what he decides
on doing for his brother's orphan daughters.
The result at the open targets should decide
Will it not be more safe, as well as more simple, to dismiss such vague and uncertain calculations, to examine each power by itself, and to decide
, on general principles, where it may be deposited with most advantage and least inconvenience?
The federal Constitution, therefore, decides
with great propriety on the case of our slaves, when it views them in the mixed character of persons and of property.
Monsieur de Sucy has received a violent shock; his passions are strong; but, in him, the first blow decides
Ma foi, yes; like you, I hesitated, but the count's eloquence decides
They are excellent also at fighting from chariots, and nothing decides
the issue of a fight sooner than this.
A word, a look, will be enough to decide
whether I enter your father's house this evening or never.
When a man decides
to die he ought to know how to sell his life to the executioner.
It's time I married and the woman who decides
to be my wife is going to be glad to stay with me--"