As he possessed no higher attribute, and neither sacrificed nor vitiated any spiritual endowment by devoting all his energies and ingenuities to subserve the delight and profit of his maw, it always pleased and satisfied me to hear him expatiate on fish, poultry, and butcher's meat, and the most eligible methods of preparing them for the table.
He was, indeed, the Custom-House in himself; or, at all events, the mainspring that kept its variously revolving wheels in motion; for, in an institution like this, where its officers are appointed to subserve their own profit and convenience, and seldom with a leading reference to their fitness for the duty to be performed, they must perforce seek elsewhere the dexterity which is not in them.
Nor, perhaps, will it fail to be eventually perceived, that behind those forms and usages, as it were, he sometimes masked himself; incidentally making use of them for other and more private ends than they were legitimately intended to subserve
It by no means follows, however, that the incitements of Passion' or the precepts of Duty, or even the lessons of Truth, may not be introduced into a poem, and with advantage; for they may subserve
incidentally, in various ways, the general purposes of the work: but the true artist will always contrive to tone them down in proper subjection to that Beauty which is the atmosphere and the real essence of the poem.
In addition, I shall leave open whether they have also physiochemical processes that subserve
behavior as components.
Law exists for [human beings] to express their relations and subserve
if it retains one and the same type, the same principles, the same organization; if its beginnings anticipate its subsequent phases, and its later phenomena protect and subserve
its earlier; if it has a power of assimilation and revival, and a vigorous action from first to last.
As an outcome, the narrative text becomes, as Herman puts it, a "nested structure of actions" (Storytelling 40) in which "local textual choices subserve
the more global purpose of narrative worldmaking, which are nested in turn in a still broader ecology of representational goals" (Ibid.
is valuable for what its very presence in us does for us after the manner of habit, even though it be turned to no further account, nor subserve
any direct end' (Newman 1852:104).
Such exploitation of Garvey's legacy might subserve
Korczak and colleagues (5) suggested that the areas that subserve
emotional and cognitive functions have high insulin binding regions in the brain in turn, insulin-induced hypoglycemia may be associated with the neurocognitive deficits.
As a highway for public transportation it is a matter of public concern, and its construction and management belong primarily to the Commonwealth, and are only put into private hands to subserve
the public convenience and economy.