They may love other individuals far better than their relatives,--they may even cherish dislike, or positive hatred, to the latter; but yet, in view of death, the strong prejudice of propinquity
revives, and impels the testator to send down his estate in the line marked out by custom so immemorial that it looks like nature.
But it was the constant shadow of my presence, the closest propinquity
of the man whom he had most vilely wronged, and who had grown to exist only by this perpetual poison of the direst revenge
She loved Emma Jane, but it was a friendship born of propinquity
and circumstance, not of true affinity.
Who is there that has yet to learn, that if the strongest bond to love is propinquity
, so is its tenderest tie, sympathy?
I remember his insisting very especially (among other things) upon the idea that the principle source of error in all human investigations lay in the liability of the understanding to under-rate or to over-value the importance of an object, through mere mis-admeasurement of its propinquity
As she walked, however, some footsteps approached behind her, the footsteps of a man; and owing to the briskness of his advance he was close at her heels and had said "Good morning" before she had been long aware of his propinquity
She may have had no particular feeling for him, but succumbed to his wish from propinquity
or idleness, to find then that she was powerless in a snare of her own contriving.
He could hardly follow her outlining of the work he must do, so amazed was he by her delightful propinquity
I believe that something more is included; and that propinquity
of descent,--the only known cause of the similarity of organic beings,--is the bond, hidden as it is by various degrees of modification, which is partially revealed to us by our classifications.
But he reassured himself with a glance down at his host--a big man himself but dwarfed by the propinquity
of the giant.
While it was facile to state that America as a nation was predisposed to hate Sunnis after 9/11, the propinquity
to favour Iran was manna from heaven or, to use another idiom, Washington found in Tehran the goose that laid a golden egg, even if revenge and greed were not the ways to conduct a country's foreign policy -- much less protect its national security goals.
With such a demanding work performed in such frequent propinquity
, it's wise to have a back-up cast, and they were showcased last Thursday, with Anthony Negus' wonderfully shapely, structured conducting an ever-present cushion.