You're not killed yet--though if you were, you couldn't cry, you know, and so it's a general rule
against crying, my dear
Are kings, soldiers, and diplomatists exceptions to the general rule
One which is the next best, and has the advantage of compelling the citizens to look to their characters:--Let there be a general rule
that every one shall enter into voluntary contracts at his own risk, and there will be less of this scandalous money-making, and the evils of which we were speaking will be greatly lessened in the State.
His tone was certainly provoking, but, as a general rule
, Mary was not easily provoked.
As a general rule
I don't approve of putting engaged people together, it concentrates conversation so.
One portion of it, however, was an exception to this general rule
Three of the villagers did certainly assure us that they had seen the woman, but as they were quite unable to describe her, and quite incapable of agreeing about the exact direction in which she was proceeding when they last saw her, these three bright exceptions to the general rule
of total ignorance afforded no more real assistance to us than the mass of their unhelpful and unobservant neighbours.
In dress all were nearly similar, and in manners there was small difference; exceptions there were to the general rule
, but the majority gave the tone to the establishment, and that tone was rough, boisterous, masked by a point-blank disregard of all forbearance towards each other or their teachers; an eager pursuit by each individual of her own interest and convenience; and a coarse indifference to the interest and convenience of every one else.
But with reverence to these grave authorities, it seems unlikely that the assembled princes of Europe should have adjudged to Godfrey a coat armorial so much contrary to the general rule
, if such rule had then existed; at any rate, it proves that metal upon metal, now accounted a solecism in heraldry, was admitted in other cases similar to that in the text.
It may be that he was doubtful as to how much James would stand, or it may be that his soul as a general rule
was above money.
Your Majesty must excuse her,' the Red Queen said to Alice, taking one of the White Queen's hands in her own, and gently stroking it: 'she means well, but she can't help saying foolish things, as a general rule
The laws of correlation of growth, the importance of which should never be overlooked, will ensure some differences; but, as a general rule
, I cannot doubt that the continued selection of slight variations, either in the leaves, the flowers, or the fruit, will produce races differing from each other chiefly in these characters.