Let no one be surprised if, in speaking of entirely new principalities as I shall do, I adduce
the highest examples both of prince and of state; because men, walking almost always in paths beaten by others, and following by imitation their deeds, are yet unable to keep entirely to the ways of others or attain to the power of those they imitate.
"In proof of which gentleness I adduce
his adventure with the rabbit.
I don't think you have read ten pages of Spencer, but there have been critics, assumably more intelligent than you, who have read no more than you of Spencer, who publicly challenged his followers to adduce
one single idea from all his writings - from Herbert Spencer's writings, the man who has impressed the stamp of his genius over the whole field of scientific research and modern thought; the father of psychology; the man who revolutionized pedagogy, so that to-day the child of the French peasant is taught the three R's according to principles laid down by him.
Yet the American citizen plumes himself upon this spirit, even when he is sufficiently dispassionate to perceive the ruin it works; and will often adduce
it, in spite of his own reason, as an instance of the great sagacity and acuteness of the people, and their superior shrewdness and independence.
There is no evidence to adduce
, and whether or not the man himself committed the murders there is now none to say.
But the Wellands always went to Newport, where they owned one of the square boxes on the cliffs, and their son-in-law could adduce
no good reason why he and May should not join them there.
He said that he wrote the letter of representation to the AGC, claiming that this was done after the prosecution was unable to adduce
evidence to sustain the charge brought against How.
Continuing, the judge described Chana's appeal bid as "naive" and said his attempts to adduce
fresh evidence could not impact on the safety of the conviction.
They would correctly adduce
that the City of London and its financial institutions shed more than 40,000 jobs last year alone.
His Honour stated that he did 'not read the reasons of Emmett J to go so far as to suggest that the burden shifts back to a representee once evidence has been adduced by the representor.' (94) Rather, Keane JA gave Emmett J's comments a narrow interpretation, holding that they simply 'advanc[e] the common sense proposition that, when a representor does adduce
evidence attesting to reasonable grounds, it will be a matter for the court to determine if that evidence does establish reasonable grounds' before the deeming provision will cease to operate.
no evidence indicating the inquiry can be conducted on a class-wide basis," Chaney said in the ruling.
In our judgment the evidence of the four expert witnesses is capable of belief, it may afford a ground for allowing these appeals; there is a reasonable explanation for the failure to adduce
the evidence in those proceedings.