Is an indefinite power to raise money dangerous
in the hands of the federal government?
"On the contrary," said Guph, "there are now hundreds of chickens in Oz, and they lay heaps of those dangerous
"So that the governor got rid of the dangerous
and the crazy prisoner at the same time?"
"I am sent off," said he, "without seamen to man my boat, in boisterous weather, and on the most dangerous
part of the northwest coast.
The Bill of Rights of that State declares that standing armies are dangerous
to liberty, and ought not to be kept up in time of peace.
The poor partisan, therefore, was fain to leave his vagabonds among these birds of their own feather, and being too weak in numbers to attempt the dangerous
pass across the mountains to meet Captain Bonneville on Salmon River, he made, with the few that remained faithful to him, for the neighborhood of Tullock's Fort, on the Yellowstone, under the protection of which he went into winter quarters.
For travellers in the air, this situation is just as dangerous
From my ledge to the base of the cliff is a matter of several thousand feet of dangerous
climbing; yet I venture to say that the first ape from whose loins my line has descended never could have equaled the speed with which I literally dropped down the face of that rugged escarpment.
Yes, a dangerous
matter -- so dangerous
that even the most saintly dared only whisper their religious opinions with bated breath, lest something which fell from their lips might be misconstrued, and bring down a swift retribution upon them.
"What's any more dangerous
than that job up yon- der -- but nothing's come of it."
have I found it among men than among animals; in dangerous
paths goeth Zarathustra.
Point those dangerous
weapons aside, I entreat of you; more for your own sakes, than for mine.