They just drank temperately
, and I drank temperately
with them as an act of comradeship and accepted hospitality.
The day was devoted to games of agility and strength, and other amusements; and grog was temperately
distributed, together with bread, butter, and cheese.
To whom thus Jesus temperately
replied:-- "Said'st thou not that to all things I had right?
He was likewise reported to have said that in former times a stigma had been cast upon the body by the execution of George Barnwell, to which they should not have basely submitted, but should have demanded him of the legislature-- temperately
at first; then by an appeal to arms, if necessary--to be dealt with as they in their wisdom might think fit.
SOCRATES: Then they who order a state or a house temperately
or justly order them with temperance and justice?
The fruits eaten temperately
need not make us ashamed of our appetites, nor interrupt the worthiest pursuits.
I must temperately
but firmly call upon you, sir, to amend that question.
Butteridge's small shaving mirror and his folding canvas basin he readjusted his costume with the gravity of a man who has taken an irrevocable step in life, buttoned up his jacket, cast the white sheet of the Desert Dervish on one side, washed temperately
, shaved, resumed the big cap and the fur overcoat, and, much refreshed by these exercises, surveyed the country below him.
So the virtuous elephant who had waited temperately
and done kind acts was relieved, at the appointed time, by the very calf whom he had turned aside to cherish - let all listen to the Tataka
Live hard and temperately
, be respectful, exercise your self-denial, bring up your family on next to nothing, pay your rent as regularly as the clock strikes, be punctual in your dealings (I set you a good example; you will find Mr.
I do not mean to imply that arrests, prosecutions, or convictions of those who temperately
express racist ideas or criticize homosexuality represent the typical hate speech case, for they do not.
Missouri courts have stated that they have the power to punish for contempt "but only if the judicial function is integrally threatened," and that this power "should be used sparingly, wisely, temperately
and with judicial self-restraint.