The contrary prevails in a democracy; for there they make the poor a proper allowance for attending the assemblies and the courts, but give the rich nothing for doing it: whence it is evident, that if any one would properly blend these customs together, they must extend both the pay and the fine
to every member of the community, and then every one would share in it, whereas part only now do.
cried out one, as he pricked himself with the Darning-needle; 'he is a fine
I never did see anything so slender and so fine
, so soft and so neat.
A man is born to serve his time on this earth, and there is something fine
in the service being given on other grounds than that of utility.
And Manonmie, patently relieved, stepped back, while Sheldon entered the fine
in the plantation labour journal.
As a proof of his regard, he had determined to give him a fine
horse, which would go further than words, and put his good will beyond all question.
Add to this the pleasure of displaying himself in rides about the city, and of making his fine
military costume, which you may still admire sculptured on his tomb in the abbey of Valmont in Normandy, and his morion, all embossed at Montlhéry, stand out a contrast against the parti-colored red and tawny robes of the aldermen and police.
It was a fine
gam we had, and they were all trumps --every soul on board.
I am convinced," said Edward, "that you really feel all the delight in a fine
prospect which you profess to feel.
The Woggle-Bug was head professor at the Royal College of Oz, and he had composed a fine
Ode in honor of Ozma's birthday.
Augustus Snodgrass, with all the poetic fervour that distinguished him, when they came in sight of the fine
Prince Vasili is a shallow braggart and his son, no doubt, is a fine
specimen," he grumbled to himself.