As a result, these revenues were already quadrupled, and yet the burden was so much more equably
distributed than before, that all the king- dom felt a sense of relief, and the praises of my ad- ministration were hearty and general.
He studied much, slept little, sustained a great deal of fatigue with ease, and was equably
A little tinkle, as of cinders falling from a grate, replied; a movement--a fire was gently stirred; and the slight rustle of life continuing, a step paced equably
backwards and forwards, backwards and forwards, in the apartment.
Well, let us go on to the other facts," continued Fisher, equably
They were victorious at last and divided their conquests equably
among their great patrician families.
In a happy compromise between her two states of existence, she had already become, with her workbasket before her, the equably
vivacious companion with a slight judicious flavouring of information, when the Billickin announced herself.
Only the gas-jet above the table went on purring equably
in the brooding silence of the parlour.
Judges, usually prominent landowners, would swear on the Bible to listen equably
to the pleas of farmers anxious to pay a small fine for their return of their sheep.
These points should be clear and have apparent characteristics and distribute equably
within the images.
Never mind that Brat, who speaks equably
about making Washington work, seems to eschew Cruz's confrontational style.
I think we can all learn from each other," he says equably
, with the amiable air of a negotiator offering a mutually-acceptable compromise.
3), Patrick O'Sullivan offers a heartfelt homage to peasant-led "Nowherean" communities in Aragon during the Spanish civil war, whose inhabitants strove to end rural illiteracy, introduce adult education, distribute food and shelter equably
, create profit-free banking exchanges, and support popular resistance to Franco's fascist state.