They intend to
get everything for themselves and leave us nothing.
We by no means intend to
abolish this personal appropriation of the products of labour, an appropriation that is made for the maintenance and reproduction of human life, and that leaves no surplus wherewith to command the labour of others.
But I do not intend to
forget these Schlegels in a hurry.
We don't mean to say much about them yet, because we are such very new brooms, but we don't intend to be idle.
Certainly not, though you do hear charming girls say that they intend to do it sometimes.
Whether the Baroness Burmergelm will take this circumstance into consideration when I come to beg her pardon (for I do intend to make her amends) I do not know; but I doubt if she will, and the less so since, so far as I know, the circumstance is one which, of late, has begun to be abused in the legal world, in that advocates in criminal cases have taken to justifying their clients on the ground that, at the moment of the crime, they (the clients) were unconscious of what they were doing--that, in short, they were out of health.
Nor do I intend to let the Baron off," I continued calmly, but with not a little discomfiture at De Griers' merriment.
If they do not, they might intend something, but they do not intend to
Surely the company did not intend to
ship equipment to a fake colonel and suffer the loss of the equipment.
Attorney General Bill Lockyer says, ``I do not intend to
submit my name as a candidate.
The companies announced that they intend to
develop and implement joint solutions across a range of Nokia business terminals, including the Nokia 6800, as well as Symbian-based devices like the Nokia 9210i Communicator, and the Nokia 7650.
Compared with women who plan to have their baby delivered in a hospital, women who intend to
have their baby delivered by a professional provider at home have a greater likelihood of complications during and after labor and delivery, and their newborn has an increased risk of compromised health.