SOCRATES: And if he disobeys and disregards the opinion and approval of the one, and regards the opinion of the many who have no understanding, will he not suffer evil?
Has a philosopher like you failed to discover that our country is more to be valued and higher and holier far than mother or father or any ancestor, and more to be regarded in the eyes of the gods and of men of understanding?
I repeat that the main rule by which I have been guided in collecting money is to do my full duty in regard
to giving people who have money an opportunity for help.
With regard to legal matters, immediately after the fires he gave orders to find and execute the incendiaries.
With regard to administrative matters, Moscow was granted a constitution.
In being protected, on the other hand, in his life and in his limbs, against the violence of all others, even the master of his labor and his liberty; and in being punishable himself for all violence committed against others -- the slave is no less evidently regarded
by the law as a member of the society, not as a part of the irrational creation; as a moral person, not as a mere article of property.
to precipitous heights, if you are beforehand with your adversary, you should occupy the raised and sunny spots, and there wait for him to come up.
The maxims on which they rely are of this nature: "A specification of particulars is an exclusion of generals"; or, "The expression of one thing is the exclusion of another." Hence, say they, as the Constitution has established the trial by jury in criminal cases, and is silent in respect to civil, this silence is an implied prohibition of trial by jury in regard
to the latter.
Mr Venus begins drearily replying, 'Of her words, in her own handwriting, that she does not wish to regard
herself, nor yet--' when Silas cuts him short with dignity.
At times men at other tables regarded
the girl furtively.
Wohlgemuth for much very useful information as regards
The even tone has two variations differing from each other only in pitch; the oblique tone has three variations, known as "Rising, Sinking, and Entering." In a seven-syllable verse the odd syllables can have any tone; as regards
the even syllables, when the second syllable is even, then the fourth is oblique, and the sixth even.