'I suppose I must have mistaken another man for Barting, and that man's cold greeting was merely a stranger's civil
acknowledgment of my own.
Elinor tried to make a civil answer, though doubting her own success.
Elinor was prevented from making any reply to this civil triumph, by the door's being thrown open, the servant's announcing Mr.
I received a most civil
answer, thanking me for my courtesy, and complimenting me on the extraordinary aptitude with which I profited by the most incomplete and elementary instruction.
The laws are not accustomed to relaxations, in favor of military exigencies; the civil
state remains in full vigor, neither corrupted, nor confounded with the principles or propensities of the other state.
Even in Great Britain, where the principles of political and civil
liberty have been most discussed, and where we hear most of the rights of the Constitution, it is maintained that the authority of the Parliament is transcendent and uncontrollable, as well with regard to the Constitution, as the ordinary objects of legislative provision.
He killed all the malcontents who were able to injure him, and strengthened himself with new civil
and military ordinances, in such a way that, in the year during which he held the principality, not only was he secure in the city of Fermo, but he had become formidable to all his neighbours.
words!' cried the girl, whose passion was frightful to see.
He confined the knowledge of governing within very narrow bounds, to common sense and reason, to justice and lenity, to the speedy determination of civil
and criminal causes; with some other obvious topics, which are not worth considering.
`Then it wasn't very civil
of you to offer it,' said Alice angrily.
There is a civil
governor, appointed by the King of Portugal, and also a military governor, who can assume supreme control and suspend the civil
government at his pleasure.
THE ESSAYS OR COUNSELS, CIVIL
AND MORAL, OF FRANCIS Ld.