They own not merely the labor of society, they have bought the governments; and everywhere they use their raped and stolen power to intrench
themselves in their privileges, to dig wider and deeper the channels through which the river of profits flows to them!--And you, workingmen, workingmen!
He had no better implement with which to intrench
himself in the land than a clam-shell.
The things which the Stygian darkness hid from my objective eye could not have been half so wonderful as the pictures which my imagination wrought as it conjured to life again the ancient peoples of this dying world and set them once more to the labours, the intrigues, the mysteries and the cruelties which they had practised to make their last stand against the swarming hordes of the dead sea bottoms that had driven them step by step to the uttermost pinnacle of the world where they were now intrenched
behind an impenetrable barrier of superstition.
He had promptly intrenched
himself behind a large chair, as if to avoid the first attacks of Madame de Saint-Remy; he had no hopes of prevailing with words, for she spoke louder than he, and without stopping; but he reckoned upon the eloquence of his gestures.
She was too firmly intrenched
in the established to have any sympathy with revolutionary ideas.
To a man intrenched
behind such precautions as these, the chance of being detected might well be reckoned among the last of all the chances that could possibly happen.
Minny's mistress was charmed; but Minny, who had intrenched
himself, trembling, in his basket as soon as the music began, found this thunder so little to his taste that he leaped out and scampered under the remotest chiffonnier , as the most eligible place in which a small dog could await the crack of doom.
The music was dying away along the street, and its dismal strains were mingled with the knell of midnight from the steeple of the Old South, and with the roar of artillery, which announced that the beleaguering army of Washington had intrenched
itself upon a nearer height than before.
But you keep yourself intrenched
in a pretended which paralyzes me.
His latest innovation for which he is applying for worldwide patents is an intrench
support system called the PipePillo[TM].
So that, in effect, there was never the less left for others because of his enclosure for himself: for he that leaves as much as another can make use of, does as good as take nothing at all."); id at [section] 36 ("The measure of property nature has well set by the extent of man's labour and the conveniences of life: no man's labour could subdue, or appropriate all; nor could his enjoyment consume more than a small part; so that it was impossible for any man, this way, to intrench
upon the right of another, or acquire to himself a property, to the prejudice of his neighbour, who would still have room for as good, and as large a possession (after the other had taken out his) as before it was appropriated.").