Swinburne could not but wonder "why should Ireland wish to break with a country [that is, England] theoretically capable of greatness, of being an imperial nation in the amplest
sense if only it could cast off its unworthy leaders?
3, line 34), when he wonders whether "earth can clothe and feed / Amplest
millions at their need" (st.
On the precariat in socio-political terms, the amplest
and most useful recent contribution is offered by Standing (2011), to be compared and contrasted with the possibly too upbeat essay by Gaggi and Narduzzi (2007).
In 1902, fortified by the growing popularity and initial successes of the Gaelic League's educational campaign, Douglas Hyde spelled out his organization's aim to alter all levels of the educational system in Ireland, claiming that "as the Primary Schools feed the Intermediate, and the Intermediate the University, any new University must make the amplest
provision for this.
The states need the amplest
scope for energy and individuality in dealing with the myriad problems created by our complex industrial civilization.
Pleasure in the intestinal contents becomes enjoyment of money', he explained, 'whatever form may be assumed by money, the enjoyment at possessing it has its deepest and amplest
source in coprophilia'.
While poets have the amplest
freedom to compare extremely different elements, (192) lawyers need to follow strict rules.