He was an excellent raconteur, and his stories had a stamp of their own which would have made them always and everywhere acceptable.Huxley, Leonard
In New York his society was composed of free elements altogether, come-outers, reformers, radicals of every description.Frothingham, Octavius Brooks
Once, long ago, award ceremonies were rather unruly and rambunctious affairs.
Certainly when one gave the hideous experiment full thought, its possible angles of development, its many potential ramifications, were astounding in the extreme.Various
Poverty is rampant — much of the population lives on just a few dollars each day, according to recent estimates — and unemployment remains high.New York Times (Nov 4, 2011)
They strove with heart and soul to establish the teachings by which divergent people might be brought together and no strife, rancor or hatred prevail.`Abdu’l-Bahá
Ms. Tindall, 48, did not work for Mr. Stevens, but several people said they had a strong mutual respect and a warm rapport.New York Times (Aug 12, 2010)
It is hard to imagine many casual park visitors being captivated by the conceptual systems that gave rise to such rarefied abstractions.New York Times (Aug 19, 2011)
The people, she said in an e-mail message, “are tired of the same old rationalizations and excuses.”New York Times (Jun 9, 2010)
The heaviest flooding in 50 years ravaged farms, automotive and electronics plants and is thought to have taken 800 lives.
You know that makes them ravenous, and they’d eat him out of house and home in time.Doyle, A. Conan
Such questions are generally considered not to belong to the realm of positive physical science, but will before long be annexed to its domain.Martin, Thomas Commerford
Every new plaza the city opens, like the recent one on Gansevoort Street, instantly fills up; local shop owners reap the benefits.New York Times (Dec 2, 2011)
Their founders also tend to be rebellious types who enjoy challenging authority.
But analysts at banks and brokerages noted that Putin, known for his sharp rebukes of tycoons, avoided direct criticism of the company’s owners.
If one candidate specifically criticizes another in an answer, the victimized candidate is generally given rebuttal time.Seattle Times (Nov 22, 2011)
The officials of the state banks especially proved recalcitrant and refused to surrender Government moneys.Various
But he quickly recanted and later denied having made the statement at all.
He then recapitulated, with rapid but accurate detail, the principal circumstances of my story, bestowing some brief comment on each as he went.Lever, Charles James
So successful is Buffalo’s Veterans Court that it boasts a zero recidivism rate — none of the participants have been rearrested and returned.
The society left open the possibility of transplanting hearts into patients over age 70, as long as recipients were otherwise in very good health.New York Times (Apr 23, 2012)
He took some pains, moreover, to reciprocate the civilities he had received, by entertaining his hosts in return.Prescott, William Hickling
He must not continue to withdraw himself from their society, they urged, and live the life of a recluse and hermit.Sudermann, Hermann
The Reverend Mr. Prattleton literally recoiled at the words, and staggered back a few steps in his dismay.Wood, Mrs. Henry
He was released under the first declaration of indulgence; but as he instantly recommenced his preaching, he was arrested again.Froude, James Anthony
In 1830, the United States government made a large grant of lands to his heirs as a further recompense for his military services.Various
They split up two weeks later, then reconciled, then split up again.New York Times (Apr 24, 2012)
On both sides of Lamb, however, there lie literatures more difficult, more recondite.Bennett, Arnold
This 38 metre-long remotely operated airship is designed to carry communications and monitoring equipment for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.
But despite calls for national unity to face this challenge, Mexico’s politicians keep slinging mud and trading mutual recriminations over who is to blame.
You must be morally upright and of steadfast rectitude.
Then implacable and dangerous pursuits, redoubtable struggles, were the order of their days and nights.Allain, Marcel
Some efforts at redress were made; but the remedy proved ineffectual, and the discontent of the Indians increased with every year.Parkman, Francis
You have seen him becoming more refined and careful day by day, more carefully dressed, less clumsy in the ways and methods of social life.Wells, H. G. (Herbert George)
Through the same clear mirror La Fayette saw the sun of freedom reflecting its refulgent rays over Columbia’s prolific land.Judson, L. Carroll
She said Kimpton had refurbished many guest rooms to include bigger desks with improved lighting and an ergonomic rolling chair, rather than an armchair.New York Times (Nov 15, 2011)
Whatever falsehoods the counsel for the Crown may advance, and the witnesses swear to, shall meet neither denial nor refutation from me.Lever, Charles James
“Today in the world there is no place for authoritarian administrations, one-party rule, closed regimes,” he said.New York Times (Apr 10, 2012)
Instead of getting better, the team has regressed.Seattle Times (Oct 12, 2010)
He reiterated the previous rules but added an extra rule related to screen size, measured in inches.New York Times (Apr 4, 2012)
Refresh, renew, rejuvenate yourself by play and pleasant recreation.Marden, Orison Swett
With no cure in hand, the goal for most patients with multiple myeloma is to keep treating relapses as long as treatments are available.New York Times (Apr 12, 2010)
Far from basking in a starring role, New York is relegated once again to the bleachers.New York Times (Apr 24, 2012)
Mr. Ponomaryov said he initially resisted the inclusion of nationalist leaders, but relented when members agreed to sign a pact denouncing xenophobia and racism.New York Times (Jan 29, 2012)
“It’s just been relentless, just nonstop,” city spokesman Allen Marquette said Monday.Washington Post (Jan 10, 2012)
Our hypothesis is that kids will be more interested in science and technology when they see its relevance to their own lives.New York Times (Jul 7, 2010)
Clinton earns two Pinocchios: He relied on selective data that would support his case while ignoring other relevant numbers.Washington Post (Sep 22, 2011)
Emerson’s son and biographer some time ago relinquished his medical practice in Concord, and has since devoted himself to art.Wolfe, Theodore F. (Theodore Frelinghuysen)
But relish gets no such respect in the food world, Mr. Levine said: “I think sweet relish has become the forgotten condiment.”New York Times (Apr 4, 2012)
“We have made clear that losses associated with improperly executed foreclosures will not be eligible for loss-share arrangements until problems are appropriately remediated,” she said.Washington Post (Oct 26, 2010)
Major deals were completed in Turkey last year and new funds are emerging on a scale reminiscent of the boom times of 2007.New York Times (Mar 14, 2012)
“Defendant has never expressed doubt or regret or remorse,” she said.New York Times (Feb 16, 2012)
In remote and isolated Manipur, blockades ensure that what little commercial life there is gets choked off.New York Times (Nov 15, 2011)
The annuals, it turned out, did not pay annually, but remunerated their contributors at uncertain periods, varying from two years to ten.Martin, Frederick
This community seemed to be composed of renegades and outlaws from several other communities.Barrows, David Prescott
But companies often reneged on contracts, German says, and the promised jobs never materialized.Nature (Jun 22, 2011)
Because my father having renounced his faith, and my mother being uncertain of hers, they had no particular creed to hold us to.Antin, Mary
This Mr. Jones was a preacher of extraordinary power, renowned and respected throughout Wales.Sikes, Wirt
In all the stories, however, the virtue of self-sacrifice and of renunciation is strongly painted.Edwards, Clayton
There he repented of his errors, was contrite, and reformed himself.Wilson, Epiphanius
There’s no doubt that there can be grave repercussions to living thoughtlessly and recklessly online, from endangering college admissions to potential job opportunities.New York Times (Aug 18, 2010)
In Connecticut, Nelson expanded his repertoire, working on his technique and stamina.Seattle Times (May 29, 2011)
They arrived at the Cape late in May, and stopped there for thirty-eight days, refitting, replenishing provisions, and refreshing the worn-out crew.Whymper, Frederick
Normally, punitive damages are awarded only when the conduct in question is malicious, unusually reckless, or otherwise reprehensible.Education, United States Department of
Rutherford was manly in his feelings, but he could not repress his starting tears.Roe, Azel Stevens
If he continue to offend his neighbor, the next time he shall be openly reproved and admonished before the Congregation when met together.Berens, Lewis Henry
Repudiating the king’s claim to unconditional obedience, they declared the Regulating Act unconstitutional, and called on all officers under it to resign their places.French, Allen
Such accusations, when made by minors, are generally full of disgusting details, which would be repugnant to any adult.Lombroso, Gina
Youngsters, who might be expected to embrace new ways of doing things, must therefore publish in existing, reputable journals if they want recognition and promotion.
Her performance is purposeful and resolute, but she knows when to let Victoria’s softness show, too.
He says that message is increasingly resonating throughout Iowa, particularly in the rural northwest, where his campaign began to catch fire.Washington Post (Jan 1, 2012)
Authorities have said in court filings they are looking into using the book proceeds to help repay a $23 million restitution order to his victims.Seattle Times (Nov 7, 2011)
The king kept her away from all active warfare, and she grew restive and impatient with her life of inaction.Horne, Charles F. (Charles Francis)
The controversy, however, was by no means ended, and around 1704 it flared again in a resurgence of attacks upon the stage.Anonymous
The baby, he said, needed to be resuscitated twice because his heart had stopped beating.New York Times (Mar 21, 2011)
He said, generally speaking, those who sue him are ” retaliating” for lawsuits he filed against them.
He was reserved and very reticent, cold in manner and not sympathetic.Various
“Ay, the men see to that!” retorted the good lady, getting the last word and going away delighted.Weyman, Stanley John
But no clear motive was ever established, and Mr. Kovalyov later retracted his confession, saying it was extracted under torture.New York Times (Mar 18, 2012)
Is it, like Channel 4, retrenching into TV programming, cutting back any online project not related to core TV programming?
Whatever may be the retribution for individuals beyond the grave, justice on nations must be done in this world; and here it will be done.Various
Then, as revelations of gamblers’ dealings with local players became public, L.I.U. lost four consecutive games, all on the road.New York Times (Mar 15, 2012)
But all this revelry — dancing, drinks, exuberant youth — can be hard to manage.New York Times (Jun 4, 2010)
Thunder reverberating through the mountains awakened hoarse echoes on every side.Morgan, Louisa
Have not his countrymen loved, admired, revered, rewarded, nay, almost adored him?Stark, James H.
Acosta will continue working in Venezuela’s foreign service despite, he added, saying she remained an honorable professional despite being “verbally attacked, reviled, demonized.”Washington Post (Jan 11, 2012)
On average, the agency revokes or denies renewal of 110 licenses annually, records show.Washington Post (Oct 26, 2010)
“He revolutionized the way of seeing nature and as a result completely changed how other artists approached landscape painting.”New York Times (Jun 15, 2010)
A sick disgust clutched at Rose as she watched—an utter revulsion from the whole loathly business.Crosby, Raymond Moreau
Of course no two men could possibly be more unlike in the manner of speaking, but the rhetorical vernacular of both has a considerable resemblance.McCarthy, Justin
Consumer advocates pushed for more rigorous regulation, saying that the institutions responsible for wrecking the economy need strict supervision.Washington Post (Dec 12, 2009)
It’s formally fascinating — the 14 dancers sometimes subdivide into five, six or seven sections, with different movements — and it’s dramatically riveting.New York Times (Sep 27, 2010)
Despite the good news, many economists caution that continued deep declines in the unemployment rate will require more robust economic growth.Washington Post (Apr 5, 2012)
Still, he played with beautiful colorings and articulate touch, especially in the rousing, high-spirited finale.New York Times (Aug 18, 2011)
The simpler processes must, from their earliest rudimentary beginnings, have been leading up to the later and more complex.Kenealy, Arabella
He seemed to ruminate on this thought as if it gave him special cause for reflection.Mulford, Stockton
Graceful farms with white picket fences and horses grazing dot the rural landscape, as do hunting shacks.New York Times (Jan 25, 2012)
I made believe I was flying away, and the Frenchman was deceived by my ruse and came after me, over our positions.Boelcke, Oswald
Beautiful high-resolution photographs of farm animals on a rustic background, which produce their respective noises when prodded.
He was not naturally cruel; but he was ruthless if it served his purpose, and could take pitiless vengeance for an insult or a wrong.Horne, Charles F. (Charles Francis)