In the future the "bat" is to be a boat, and the long-unheeded demand of the true sportsman for "no daylight under mid-keel in smooth water" is in a fair way to be conceded
. The new rule severely restricts plane area and lift alike.
Under somewhat similar circumstances, privileged people have been received as passengers, or rather as guests, in her majesty's ships--and what has been conceded
on former occasions may, by bare possibility, be conceded
They have had to concede a few things since the time of Chaucer, but are none the less hot in defence of those to be conceded
Spiritual revelations were conceded
to England at that favoured period, as at this.
Being established in that position, and having deliberately resolved to make himself prince and to seize by violence, without obligation to others, that which had been conceded
to him by assent, he came to an understanding for this purpose with Amilcar, the Carthaginian, who, with his army, was fighting in Sicily.
He was, after all, but one of a large number of heroes who, throughout the world, devoted their lives to the Revolution; though it must be conceded
that he did unusual work, especially in his elaboration and interpretation of working-class philosophy.
Jackson reluctantly conceded
, "it's to be hoped they can tide him over--this time anyhow.
I have conceded
something on my side, in allowing you to write.
"It was partly to get you to do something," I conceded
. "But, you know, you didn't do it."
And whatever they may reveal of the divine love in the Son, the soft, curled, hermaphroditical Italian pictures, in which his idea has been most successfully embodied; these pictures, so destitute as they are of all brawniness, hint nothing of any power, but the mere negative, feminine one of submission and endurance, which on all hands it is conceded
, form the peculiar practical virtues of his teachings.
"Well, we might do that, if it isn't a very religious one," conceded
"Well, I admit that," conceded
Miss Cornelia reluctantly.