His foibles - faults if you like - will never be dwelt upon in any memorandum of mine," he declares, and goes on - "he whose splendid and matchless achievements will be remembered with admiration while there is gratitude in the hearts of Britons, or while a ship floats upon the ocean; he whose example on the breaking out of the war gave so chivalrous an impulse to the younger men of the service that all rushed into rivalry of daring which disdained every warning of prudence, and led to acts of heroic enterprise which tended
greatly to exalt the glory of our nation.
But Francis was tended
as never a man was tended
Withal, my knowledge of him is so meager that I should rather not undertake to say if he were himself persuaded of the truth of what he relates; certainly such inquiries as I have thought it worth while to set about have not in every instance tended
to confirmation of the statements made.
But a shepherd found the babe and tended
him, and delivered him to another shepherd who took him to his master, the King or Corinth.
They were, moreover, in the present case, embittered with certain circumstances, which being mixed with sweeter ingredients, tended
altogether to compose a draught that might be termed bitter-sweet; than which, as nothing can be more disagreeable to the palate, so nothing, in the metaphorical sense, can be so injurious to the mind.
he said, "don't you know that I only love you in the world--you, who are a stone to me--you, whom I tended
through months and months of illness and grief, and who bade me farewell with a smile on your face, and forgot me before the door shut between us
Tulliver's savage silence, which seemed to add to the hollow resonance of the bare, uncarpeted room when the aunts were talking, heightened the unpleasantness of these family visits on all sides, and tended
to make them rare.
Because of these inherent shortfalls associated with estimating the "after" easement value, in the past, some appraisals tended
to rely on the concept of a 10% to 15% safe harbor for facade preservation easement valuations which originated from a series of court cases dating back to the 1980's.
Soils that are acidic, such as those in the Amazonian rainforest, tended
to harbor fewer species.
Vegetarians in this population tended
to be mainly lacto-ovo vegetarians, and they tended
to be younger, female, and low-income in status.
investors have tended
to be out in front of global shareholder activism," says Carolyn Kay Brancato, director of The Conference Board's Global Corporate Governance Research Center.
While it may seem counterintuitive to write about the clinical needs of older men given the advantages afforded them by society over older women, it is essential to note that older men have tended
to be underserved as a population and remain largely invisible to social service providers in the community (Thompson, 1994).