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|Unless he can win me on that holier ground he may amuse me For a while; but |
he can get no deeper hold, strong as he is. BARBARA. ... Thats Andrew all over,
He never does a proper thing without giving an improper reason for it. CUSINS.
|CUSINS [patiently] No. I have been making a ... No: he only provided the wine. I |
think it was Dionysos ... CUSINS. I have never before ventured to reproach you,
Lady Brit; but how could you marry the Print of Darkness? ... Andrew all over. He
never does a proper thing without giving an impropt reason for it. CUSINS. He
convinced me that I have all my life been doing improper things for proper
|Unless he can win me on that holier ground he may amuse me for a while; but he |
can get no deeper hold, strong as he is. BARBARA. Keep to that ... Thats Andrew
all over. He never does a proper thing without giving an improper reason for it.
|general, Undershaft's major premises are unmistakably clear; he intends them to |
have a force comparable to the munitions he manufactures and sells to the ... He
never does a proper thing without giving an improper reason for it” (1.3.408).
|tcntion to do well, and to serve the cause of his country upon the question which |
was the theme of his pen. ... I am sure you will be glad to find an excuse for any
thing which may appear to you improper in any part of these letters ... that his
motive could be no other than the indignation he felt, at what he conceived a
failure ofjustice in one instance, ... You will by such a verdict convince the world
of the value and importance of the trial b jury, by giving these defendants the fol
benefit of it.
|escaped .this writer, sitting down with the intcntion to do well, and to serve the |
cause ofhis 'country upon the question which was ... I am sure you will be glad to
find an excuse for any thing which may appear to you improper in any part of
theseletters ... that his motive could be no other than the 'indignation he felt, at
what be conceived a failure of justice in one .instance, a too ... You will by such a
verdict convince the world of the value and importance of the trial by jury, by
giving these ...
|When young he was no more than the rest of us ; but by reading and thinking he |
has accumulated a stock of mental riches ... surprise us with new or original
thoughts ; but neither would he shock us with any thing devious from truth or
good sense. ... to Olney, said familiarly to me, " Brother Sutcliff is a safe man : you
never need fear that he will say or do an improper thing. ... Thus it was that he
exemplified the exhortation of the apostle, " Giving no offence, that the ministry be
|No parent and no social background can determine a child's future rationality or |
lack of it. ... Never tell a child: "This is good because I say so." Instead, always say
: "This is good because . . ." Give the child a reason that he can understand.
|I told him I was going. Did you not say, that he might come, that you could give |
him a job, to come ?-No. Nothing of the kind ? ... he did not state what it was
altogether; he said, that the bores had never been put down in Edinburgh to the
proper depth ... He did. That they should be done in an improper manner-°—That
at once the bores should be commenced at the ... thing that you wanted to make
public so long, in your opinion would not have been made public, that is your
reason, is it?