That class of intriguers
entangled the masses into health, economic and social issues and never allowed knowledge based growth of the national economy and because of that we as a nation harvested an infected crop of elements not compatible to the ideology of Pakistan.
Of all the Machiavellian intriguers
of the play, Fortinbras is the only one Hamlet admired at all, and his endorsement of his candidacy for the throne of Denmark just before his death reinforces his admiration with emphasis.
Richard's careless misreading of the Spanish characters Monina and Hernan de Faro--metaphoric and literal representations of romance--is especially noteworthy on this count as it speaks of a quixotic idealism that, as Moskal and Gary Kelly note, "became a staple of anti-Jacobin rhetoric" (Moskal, 31) during the 1790s and 1810 and gave rise to a subgenre of novels "show[ing] the Quixote figure as an impractical dupe to 'Jacobin' intriguers
, conspirators, and seducers.
In 1792, the Assembly in Paris deemed emigres to be enemies of the Revolution, conspirators and intriguers
who were "planning invasions of France on the heels of absolutist armies that would put good patriots and their women and children to the sword.
Tyrant and adulterers, courtiers and intriguers
damn themselves in their incontinent lust and intemperate neuroses.
Good men or bad--it is all one: all the prizes that merit ought to win are carried off by ambitious intriguers
It is in that crucial intermediary position that he is able to take advantage of the insider knowledge to which he has access, and build a network of informants, intriguers
, and investors.
Expressives may be perceived as intriguers
who, in their well-intended efforts to draw others out, tend to fan latent emotional sparks into real fires, all the while seeming disappointed if others do not share their concerns about the importance of feeling as the necessary cornerstone for meaningful action and change.
46), that the self-interest bringing the various intriguers
together at the end of A Trick 'will inevitably [.
This tremendous popular uprising, aided by the refusal of lesser army officers to follow the wealthy intriguers
, blocked the attempted coup d'etat.
Like Plautine intriguers
, and unlike the alleged source figures, Sidney's Plexirtus and the Iberian stepmother, Edmund speaks in soliloquy and aside, relies on "wit," on his ability to "fashion fit" (1.
for place, pensions, titles," and "the dissipated and licentious.