In this life, we want nothing but Facts, sir; nothing but Facts
The speaker, and the schoolmaster, and the third grown person present, all backed a little, and swept with their eyes the inclined plane of little vessels then and there arranged in order, ready to have imperial gallons of facts poured into them until they were full to the brim.
Each new fact
in his private experience flashes a light on what great bodies of men have done, and the crises of his life refer to national crises.
If, therefore, the re-examination of a fact
once determined by a jury, should in any case be admitted under the proposed Constitution, it may be so regulated as to be done by a second jury, either by remanding the cause to the court below for a second trial of the fact
, or by directing an issue immediately out of the Supreme Court.
He was a natural aristocrat--and this in spite of the fact
that he was in the camp of the non-aristocrats.
The broad fact
of association, on the mental side, is that when we experience something which we have experienced before, it tends to call up the context of the former experience.
It is seldom that anything is permanently gained by holding back a fact
Now, since Totski had, of late, been upon terms of great cordiality with Epanchin, which excellent relations were intensified by the fact
that they were, so to speak, partners in several financial enterprises, it so happened that the former now put in a friendly request to the general for counsel with regard to the important step he meditated.
So now the courtiers' pleasure was based as much on the fact
that the news had arrived on the Emperor's birthday as on the fact
of the victory itself.
At any rate I will permit myself the luxury of frankly saying that while I had a deep sense of the majesty and grandeur of Dante's design, many points of its execution bored me, and that I found the intermixture of small local fact
and neighborhood history in the fabric of his lofty creation no part of its noblest effect.
She was so capable, so cheerful in spite of the fact
that she was having a hard time.
I can here give only the general conclusions at which I have arrived, with a few facts
in illustration, but which, I hope, in most cases will suffice.