“They will bring forward Edinburgh, or that drookit hole of a Glasgow, as if they were fit to be compared with the real metropolis.”
“To be sure this would not mean much to Marcus, who was probably not more than three or four years older than they were. âAnd bring forward the pouch and veil. â âRelease Decius, â said the leader. âI am not bargaining, â I said.”
“Some initial hazinessor room for improvementcan be important to stimulate discussion and bring forward ideas; haziness can be a marketing strategy.”
“ Or, if you like, bring forward any one of those who are supposed to be divinely possessed, who conceive divinity from the fumes which they inhale bending over an altar, and (“ructando curantur”) are delivered of it by retching, giving vent to it in gasps.”
“Lord John had joined the Ministry on the condition that he should bring forward his measure of reform; from the first most of his colleagues were very lukewarm towards it, but Palmerston was definitely, though covertly, antagonistic,”
“The President "wisely announced in limine that none who had not valid arguments to bring forward on one side or the other would be allowed to address the meeting; a caution that proved necessary, for no fewer than four combatants had their utterances burked by him, because of their indulgence in vague declamation.”
“He was keenly anxious that his friends, the Liberal Unionists, should not let the opportunity slip, but should bring forward a “counter scheme to Gladstone's,” giving real powers of local government.”
“Pantheists indeed bring forward various arguments in support of their several positions, and in reply to criticism aimed at the details of their system; but what lies back of their reasoning and what has prompted the construction of all pantheistic theories, both old and new, is the craving for unity.”
“I felt that he was the one who could help bring forward our still-vague ambitions.”
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