The presence of the problem of man
's free will, though unexpressed, is felt at every step of history.
But the back-fat, the kidneys, and the tongues - these shall go into other mouths than thine and mine, old man
But in each of these movements emerged a good result, a tendency to the adoption of simpler methods, and an assertion of the sufficiency of the private man
. Thus it was directly in the spirit and genius of the age, what happened in one instance when a church censured and threatened to excommunicate one of its members on account of the somewhat hostile part to the church which his conscience led him to take in the anti-slavery business; the threatened individual immediately excommunicated the church in a public and formal process.
It was said he could pull a grown man
's head right off.
A belated man
in business clothes, and in haste to catch a car, bounced against her shoulder.
For instance, 'man
' is predicted of the individual man
After the meal the two curled up together in a thicket, the man
's black head pillowed upon the tawny side of the panther.
For two weeks the man
had eluded and exceeded pursuit.
As for the one, a man
would praise her when he came to understand her; but the other is blameworthy: and they are wholly different in nature.
Many people mistake the shy man
's timidity for overbearing arrogance and are awed and insulted by it.
In England we almost always laugh when a man
takes himself seriously at anything save sport.
"Look sharp, my girl!" the old man
shouted after her, good-humoredly, and he went up to Levin.