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I have divided it into twenty-four hours, like the Italian clocks, because for me there is neither night nor day, sun nor moon, but only that factitious light that I take with me to the bottom of the sea.
He threw out biting remarks on Lydgate's tricks, worthy only of a quack, to get himself a factitious reputation with credulous people.
And he felt himself oppressed by this creation of factitious purity, so cunningly manufactured by a conspiracy of mothers and aunts and grandmothers and long-dead ancestresses, because it was supposed to be what he wanted, what he had a right to, in order that he might exercise his lordly pleasure in smashing it like an image made of snow.
I revelled in all his appearances in the Histories, and I tried to be as happy where a factitious and perfunctory Falstaff comes to life again in the "Merry Wives of Windsor," though at the bottom of my heart I felt the difference.
What a tiresome custom that is, by-the-by - one among the many sources of factitious annoyance of this ultra-civilised life.
"Ah, yes," said the factitious abbe, who began to understand; "and what name does the young man bear meanwhile?"
I have known many men who, besides any factitious advantages that I may possess, had money and brains into the bargain; but somehow they have never disturbed my good-humor.
Most men, even in this comparatively free country, through mere ignorance and mistake, are so occupied with the factitious cares and superfluously coarse labors of life that its finer fruits cannot be plucked by them.
Jamieson denied the killing and blamed Nichola, 29,claiming she was suffering from post-natal depression or factitious disorder by proxy, where a mother tries to get attention by harming her child.
The fundamental problem with this book lies in the factitious world of tropology.
This would, however, require a very clear political signal from Ukraine's factitious elite.
It seems that "passions for David" are more factitious than grounded.