That is internationally and universally applicable
I wish also to recall to memory an instance from the Old Testament applicable
to this subject.
If we call an individual man 'skilled in grammar', the predicate is applicable
also to the species and to the genus to which he belongs.
These words were so applicable
to De Guiche that he turned pale, and, overcome by a sudden agitation, was barely able to stretch out one hand mechanically towards Raoul, as he covered his eyes and face with the other.
Near it lay that bulky volume, the Ductor Dubitantium of Jeremy Taylor, full of cases of conscience, and in which most men, possessed of a conscience, may find something applicable
to their purpose.
It is a purely legal phrase, and applicable
precisely in cases such as we have now under consideration, where the probability of the doer of a deed hinges upon the probability of the benefit accruing to this individual or to that from the deed's accomplishment.
Nor did it seem applicable
to a young man who had spent a quiet winter in Rome with his mother.
It appears to me that this maxim is applicable
to the medical as well as to the nautical profession.
A thousand alarming presentiments of evil to her beloved Catherine from this terrific separation must oppress her heart with sadness, and drown her in tears for the last day or two of their being together; and advice of the most important and applicable
nature must of course flow from her wise lips in their parting conference in her closet.
It was quite true that he had spoken of this Lochmaben peerage as a new creation, and of the heir to it in a fashion only applicable
to Alick Carruthers.
They do much better who enumerate the different virtues as Georgias did, than those who thus define them; and as Sophocles speaks of a woman, we think of all persons, that their 'virtues should be applicable
to their characters, for says he,
Numerous inventors of mechanism applicable
to the guidance of balloons came to propose their systems, but he would accept none; and, when he was asked whether he had discovered something of his own for that purpose, he constantly refused to give any explanation, and merely busied himself more actively than ever with the preparations for his journey.