And the same sun, yellow and pale, as it behooves
a Dutch sun to be, was shining in the skies; and the same grated window looked down upon him from the Buytenhof; and the same rabble, no longer yelling, but completely thunderstruck, were staring at him from the streets below.
Now, while discoursing of sperm, it behooves
to speak of other things akin to it, in the business of preparing the sperm whale for the try-works.
But once posted in the bank, he fell for a time into a high degree of good fortune, which, as it was only a longer way about to fresh disaster, it behooves
me to explain.
Our dear companion Will Stutely hath been taken by that vile Sheriff's men, therefore doth it behoove us to take bow and brand in hand to bring him off again; for I wot that we ought to risk life and limb for him, as he hath risked life and limb for us.
Now we will lie here in ambush until we can get news, for it doth behoove us to be cunning and wary if we would bring our friend Will Stutely off from the Sheriff's clutches.
At a time when the ruling party is this powerful, with a President with an authoritarian bent at its helm, it behooves
the Senate-as it behooves
the whole nation-that everything be done to secure and promote the legitimacy and impartiality of the impeachment proceedings,' she said in a statement.
every Kenyan to preserve the sanctity of the grounds not just for these noble reasons; the park is the most popular place in the CBD where members of the public retreat to enjoy the freshness of the 'city in the sun' and meditate upon the challenges of their daily struggles.
Having said that, it behooves
Malacaang to disclose the current state of health of the president if only to quell any speculation about his health.
club owners, executives and managers to take responsibility for human capital risks, identify the nature of those risks, proactively respond and constantly send signals that they will not be the cause of any likely risk or club failure that is within their control.
But John is passionate, John is convinced that this is a fatal flaw, and I think sometimes as legislators it behooves
us to give people a vehicle to express their citizenship.
The only place I expect to see behooves
is on behorses.
But like paying taxes, plodding through it is a painful experience that behooves