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|C. E. Crimmins Never use a long word when a diminutive one will do. William |
Safire Never make a defence or apology before you areaccused. King Charles I
Never take a solemn oath. People think you mean it. Norman Douglas Never
|"What exactly do you mean by never expecting to see her in a place like that," |
asked Carly. ... projects and fundraisers like car washes, and I tried to get Connie
to help one time and do you know what she said? ... "People do change, Luke.
|“You mean I had a choice? ... Now, if we had a couple more, maybe you'd get a |
break. ... I told them about that new lady in our church who's a nurse—you know
the one I mean? She and her husband joined a couple of weeks ago. I've only
spoken with her a couple of times, but she seems—” “Yes, I think hiring more
nurses was a good decision,” Lukas ... I've never heard any complaints about his
decisions, either, although I never—” “Lauren,” Mercy interrupted gently, “does
|Q. I don't think you told us ; perhaps you did ; it may be my mistake ; where did |
you go from to Brighton ? ... Q. You mean it never came into Court ? ... your
solemn oath, was there not, to your knowledge, a well-known card case at
Brighton, in which John and Harry Broom, and Staden, and James, were
implicated, and were ...
|Did not Hogg charge you with taking away his coat from Woodborough ? Thomas |
... You mean you were never put into custody for carrying away a coat 16 March
1843. from Hogg's house at ... Now, sir, consider, and upon your solemn oath
answer me, whether you have or have not made such a representation before? ...
How many people were employed in canvassing that district together with you ?
|Yes; but not sent down from London, I think. ... I did ; it was by their direction ; they |
were so very cold ; I was going down-stairs ; they said, " As you are going ... I take
my solemn oath I did not. ... You never applied to anybody? ... you mean by the
friends of the party ? ... I had the people helped ; I do not know that I ordered but
very little ; there were Wood's friends, he asked me whether he should not have ...
|8g28 when did you first hear that he had heen to Mr. Bratley ; do you recollect at |
all ? — He told us on ... You say he is given to romancing, what do you mean ?
Do you look ... You might think that. ... I take very little notice of what he does say.
8836. ... You pledge your solemn oath that you ... You have never exchanged a
word with him ? ... Do many people assemble at your house at night iu the
|Did you ever ask any of the members of the cum mi I tee whether that was true or |
not? — I never did. I have already assigned my ... I think you said afterwards you
heard it from one of the committee? — No. Mr. Anstruther. — Then I desire you to
answer me upon oath, and take care of the answer you give this question,
whether you have not given a different ... occasions, that such questions are not
pertinent to the issue, as he has bound himself by his solemn oath to speak the
|Q. But afterwards, when he said it might be in Mr. Alner's or two other names, did |
not you think he did not know where it was ? A. He said that was what Mr. Alner
had told him — I never asked the prisoner to lend me 2002. ... Q. Do you mean to
swear that at this time you do not owe the prisoner money 1 A.I do swear it most
solemnly — here is my account ... though not on oath ; and after 1 had made my
statement, and gone through the account, the prisoner said every word I had
|"I don't mean funny like something's funny you lau h at," Ramsey explained |
laboriously. ... with a crash that gave the chandelier in Mrs. Meigs's parlor, below,
an attack of jingles. "You let me up!” Fred gasped. " You take your solemn oath to