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SOME Holy Missionaries in China having been deprived of life by the Bigoted Heathens, the Christian Press made a note of it, and was greatly pained to point out the contrast between the Bigoted Heathens and the law-abiding countrymen of the Holy Missionaries who had wickedly been sent to eternal bliss.
The manner in which the great West Wind chooses at times to administer his possessions does not commend itself to a person of peaceful and law-abiding disposition, inclined to draw distinctions between right and wrong in the face of natural forces, whose standard, naturally, is that of might alone.
The manager understood that the duty which they owed to the community, as honest and law-abiding men, was the duty to which Henry now referred.
The government issued a proclamation for all law-abiding citizens to come in from the mountains for a period of three months.
Gray old law-abiding place, my partner always calls it."
Probably nothing else in the world could so soon have transformed Scarlett Trent from the Gold Coast buccaneer to the law-abiding tenant of a Surrey villa.
The first category, generally speaking, are men conservative in temperament and law-abiding; they live under control and love to be controlled.
While doing this, you can be sure in the future, as in the past, that you and your families will be surrounded by the most patient, faithful, law-abiding, and unresentful people that the world has seen.
of him; how that the Sheriff had a mind to serve the King's warrant upon this same rogue, though little would he mind warrant of either king or sheriff, for he was far from being a law-abiding man.
"Who are you, I'd like to know, to break into a house in this fashion and molest honest, law-abiding men?"
Now, take me on the whole, I'm a quiet fellow: I'm law-abiding, I don't wish any unpleasantness; but I--I--"
Nice, quiet, law-abiding Germans they've been so far....