You build up your sentences well; you clinch your conclusions
in a workmanlike manner.
Comparison of what he has accomplished with what I have accomplished has led to startling conclusions
And out of the data of past experience, I reached certain conclusions
With those introductory words, he briefly reverted to the earlier occurrences of the day, and then added, by way of commentary, a statement of the conclusions
which events had suggested to his own mind.
It would have been sheer waste of time--to say nothing of its also implying a want of confidence in my wife--if I had attempted to set things right by disputing Mercy's conclusion
After five years' work I allowed myself to speculate on the subject, and drew up some short notes; these I enlarged in 1844 into a sketch of the conclusions
, which then seemed to me probable: from that period to the present day I have steadily pursued the same object.
For if, as you say, justice is the obedience which the subject renders to their commands, in that case, O wisest of men, is there any escape from the conclusion
that the weaker are commanded to do, not what is for the interest, but what is for the injury of the stronger?
I did not mean to abuse the cloth; I only said your conclusion
With this conclusion
we may leave the emotions and pass to the consideration of the will.
And now, the hand that traces these words, falters, as it approaches the conclusion
of its task; and would weave, for a little longer space, the thread of these adventures.
I had already come to the conclusion
, since there were no signs of a struggle, that the blood which covered the floor had burst from the murderer's nose in his excitement.
He then went into the matter of the smear on the paint, and stated the conclusions
he drew from it--just as he had stated them