The first purposes of every such book must be to outline the development of the literature with due regard
to national life, and to give appreciative interpretation of the work of the most important authors.
But we must have due regard
for them, for they only miss greatness by a little, and remind us of the faint threnodies that stir in the throats of bird musicians upon the dawn.
Other difficulties may be resolved by due regard
to the usage of language.
The good old chair, which still seemed to retain a due regard
for outward appearance, then reminded him how long a time had passed since it had been provided with a new cushion.
Follow your inclinations with due regard
to the policeman round the corner.
Rachel Lynde's door without due regard
for decency and decorum; it probably was conscious that Mrs.
Feeling it, however, to be quite inconsistent with a due regard
for my own position--after what has happened--to correspond with Blanche, I address myself to the head of the family, purely in the interests of propriety.
Having no intuitive perception of the cloud which lowered upon his house, the dwarf was in his ordinary state of cheerfulness; and, when he found he was becoming too much engrossed by business with a due regard
to his health and spirits, he varied its monotonous routine with a little screeching, or howling, or some other innocent relaxation of that nature.
But I did it behind a bush, having a due regard
for the decencies.
Not precisely a traitor, but still a man of many dangerous reservations in his fidelity, caused by a due regard
for his own advantage, comfort, and safety.
The whole exercise seems to be run on a cost-saving basis, without due regard
to the rights and wellbeing of the public.
The decision by the TSC to effect mass transfers was issued irrationally and arbitrarily without due regard
to the laid down principles of transfers,' he argued.