One urchin shall hereafter be a doctor, and administer
pills and potions, and stalk gravely through life, perfumed with assafoetida.
The manner in which the great West Wind chooses at times to administer
his possessions does not commend itself to a person of peaceful and law-abiding disposition, inclined to draw distinctions between right and wrong in the face of natural forces, whose standard, naturally, is that of might alone.
And there are certain alternative doses which a man may administer
to himself by keeping unpleasant consequences before his mind: this gives you a sort of smoked glass through which you may look at the resplendent fair one and discern her true outline; though I'm afraid, by the by, the smoked glass is apt to be missing just at the moment it is most wanted.
Those restraints cannot be inflicted without security and respect to the persons of those who administer
them; and it would sound ill indeed to report that a judge had extended favor to a convicted criminal, because he had saved the life of his child.
There had, in fact, been so much of message, of allusion, of recollection, so much of Mansfield in every letter, that Fanny could not but suppose it meant for him to hear; and to find herself forced into a purpose of that kind, compelled into a correspondence which was bringing her the addresses of the man she did not love, and obliging her to administer
to the adverse passion of the man she did, was cruelly mortifying.
No sooner was my first surprise abated than I found myself rejoicing in the shock which we were about to administer
to the General.
Kala Nag-which means Black Snake-and Nazim were two of the biggest elephants in the lines, and one of their duties was to administer
the graver punishment, since no man can beat an elephant properly.
Moreover, he told Kim the names and properties of many native drugs, as well as the runes proper to recite when you administer
Her first duty was clearly to administer
to his comfort, and that was precisely what she would do.
I wished to administer
the finances and to administer
them alone, because I am ambitious, and, above all, because I have the most entire confidence in my own merit; because I know that all the gold of this country will ebb and flow beneath my eyes, and I love to look at the king's gold; because, if I live thirty years, in thirty years not a