Nevertheless I should still maintain, that of relatives some have a quality attached to either term of the relation; others are simple and have their correlatives simple.
My meaning was, that if one term of a relation is taken alone, the other is taken alone; if one term is qualified, the other is also qualified.
Had the argument from the British example been truly stated, it would have stood thus: The term for which supplies may be appropriated to the army establishment, though unlimited by the British Constitution, has nevertheless, in practice, been limited by parliamentary discretion to a single year.
A power to destroy the freedom of the press, the trial by jury, or even to regulate the course of descents, or the forms of conveyances, must be very singularly expressed by the terms "to raise money for the general welfare."
When the last day of term came he and Rose arranged by which train they should come back, so that they might meet at the station and have tea in the town before returning to school.
"I say, I'm jolly glad we're in the same study this term. Ripping, isn't it?"
Mingo was a term
of peculiar reproach, as were Mengwe and Maqua in a less degree.
No one of these terms
, in and by itself, involves an affirmation; it is by the combination of such terms
that positive or negative statements arise.
Godfrey indignantly refused to listen to these monstrous terms
When the Professor had quite done with my mother's hand, and when I had warmly thanked him for his interference on my behalf, I asked to be allowed to look at the note of terms
which his respectable patron had drawn up for my inspection.
Are you desirous to come to terms
? Do you ask to be allowed as a favour to come to terms
?' Mr Wegg again planted his arm, and put his head on one side.
In plainer terms
still, this anxious matter meant nothing less than the possibility that she might again become a mother.