The profound man, who is by nature differentiated from his fellows, feels this difference too keenly to call attention
to it by any outward show.
It was this observation that drew from Douglas--not immediately, but later in the evening-- a reply that had the interesting consequence to which I call attention
As it did not suit Sir John's purpose, however, that it should be evaded, he appeared quite unconscious of these silent remonstrances, and inclined his hand towards him, as he spoke, to call attention
to him more particularly.
In the first place, we must call attention
to the extreme care he gave to his linen, the only distinction that well- bred men can nowadays exhibit in their clothes.
And now I find you guilty of a most flagrant breach of courtesy in interrupting my learned discourse to call attention
to a mere quadruped of the genus FELIS.
Norbury, a lean, silent man, had been to those parts before, and sat his horse with a rigid neck; but the two young squires gazed eagerly to right or left, and plucked each other's sleeves to call attention
to the many strange things on every side of them.
This I say, not to justify slavery--on the other hand, I condemn it as an institution, as we all know that in America it was established for selfish and financial reasons, and not from a missionary motive--but to call attention
to a fact, and to show how Providence so often uses men and institutions to accomplish a purpose.
Why did you not call attention
to the fact that Jackson was trying to save the machinery from being injured?
The ruling was given by Speaker, Asad Qaiser while disposing of the call attention
notice of the
Taking the floor on a call attention
notice, the PTI legislator said that during the current session, he had presented a call attention
notice demanding the payment of Rs.
The ruling was given by Speaker Asad Qaiser while disposing of the call attention
notice of Mahmood Jan, a PTI legislator from a suburban locality of Peshawar.
Responding to a call attention
notice from MQM lawmaker Rana Ansar as to why Sindh youth policy is not approved, the minister said that although a youth policy draft was sent to the chief minister for approval in 2012, however, due to lack of comprehensiveness, it was returned for some amendments.