The management of such a large government impossible, the anti-Federalists warn of the slippery slope toward "the purlieus
of despotism," stimulating the anxieties of readers still haunted by the specter of British monarchy (274).
One more theme that leaps from the pages of Grand Pursuit is the frequency and ease with which the principal members of Nasar's cast of characters crossed the borders between their sequestered academic purlieus
and the open, free-for-all fields of politics and the media.
The city shall ever follow you In these same streets you shall ever wander; And in the same purlieus
you shall roam And in the same house you shall grow grey.
The late Ignacio Marquina made a brave job of reconstructing what the Great Pyramid and its purlieus
might have looked like based on decades of sporadic tunnelling and excavation: the present authors now suggest at least eight major construction stages for the pyramid instead of Marquina's five, beginning around the first century AD or slightly earlier and continuing for 1500 years.
Centuries of afforestation, disafforestation and royal charters had divided England's hunting land into a complex network of forests, chases, warrens, parks, and purlieus
each with their associated, and highly specific, legal status, as well as an army of different courts and officials to preside over disputes.
There were sightings of the cat convoy along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal as the legion of felines headed for the green suburbs, far away from the smoky purlieus
of Scotland Road.
Phillip Cassey may wish to quaff his cafe au lait at Les Deux Magots while others enjoy their Venti Cafe Misto in the familiar purlieus
of a Parisian Starbucks.
Behind him the "city lay smoking, the sad purlieus
of the dead immured with the bones of friends and forbears," the edifice in ruin, yet his heart beating on (471).
Cross's diaries are a great help in understanding the fate of the Drury Lane company in the hands of James Lacy and David Garrick during the 1740s and 50s, but Stede's has an intimate flavour entirely absent from the other, giving us a taste of one man's constant efforts to live a godly life even within the purlieus
of that most godless place, the theatre.
Imagine, no real Impressionists, except De Nittis, and he spent most of his career working in the more sympathetic purlieus
Of course, his reputation beyond the purlieus
of the Left now rests mainly on his two last books, Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four.
The necessary consequences of conduct such as this soon became apparent, his business, to which, on gaining his freedom, he had paid strict attention, was now neglected, but instead of endeavouring, by exertion, to extricate himself from the difficulties which began to surround him--he plunged yet deeper into a life of dissipation, frequenting the purlieus
of the tap both night and day.