"Exactly, sir; and she wishes to marry me--that is, as far as comports
with the delicacy of the female bosom."
Their habitations comported
with their circumstances, and were superior to any the travellers had yet seen west of the Rocky Mountains.
Had a man seen old Roger Chillingworth, at that moment of his ecstasy, he would have had no need to ask how Satan comports
himself when a precious human soul is lost to heaven, and won into his kingdom.
Ill-luck would have it that the day came when Alencon was guilty of believing that the chevalier had not always comported
himself as a gentleman should, and that in fact he was secretly married in his old age to a certain Cesarine,--the mother of a child which had had the impertinence to come into the world without being called for.
Chance had it, though, that he glanced out of the doorway of the cook's tent at the very moment that Kai Shang and Momulla approached the entrance to his, and he thought that he noted a stealthiness in their movements that comported
poorly with amicable or friendly intentions, and then, just as they two slunk within the interior, Gust caught a glimpse of the long knife which Momulla the Maori was then carrying behind his back.
The honor of leading in the Freshman classes fluctuated between Anne, Gilbert and Philippa; Priscilla did very well; Charlie Sloane scraped through respectably, and comported
himself as complacently as if he had led in everything.
Towards the Marshal, who was a Marshal of many years' standing, and with whom he had never had any previous difference, Mr Dorrit comported
himself with severity.
Phunware announced a partnership with Comport
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The 25 new low-floor trolley busses of the latest technology will be equipped with advanced systems of ticket payment, passengers count, access for disabled persons, sophisticated air-conditioning and heating of passenger space, LED lighting and increased comport
at the entrance and exit of passengers from vehicles.
The students who have failed or taken comport
could appear in the examinations in May.
However prevalent or probable, distressed and non-distressed properties must be distinguished by the appropriate definition of value and comparable selection, even in the unlikely event there are no sales that comport
to the dictates of the market value definition.
Chris Christie vetoed the bill last year because it didn't"comport
with the sensibilities and, in some cases, the religious customs, of the people of this state."<br />Advocates have pushed for Maryland, which has a minimum marriage age of 18 with exceptions requiring pregnancy or parental permission for 16- and 17-year-olds and both for 15-year-olds, to eliminate those exceptions.