When its head was knocked off, out came a stream of gold, which the Carpenter quickly picked up and said, "Well, I think thou art altogether contradictory and unreasonable; for when I paid you honor, I reaped no benefits: but now that I maltreat
you I am loaded with an abundance of riches."
I have called him an atavism, but in this he was worse than an atavism, for the males of the lower animals do not maltreat
and murder their mates.
"What!" was Gluck's reply--"to sell to you that which would enable you to enslave and maltreat
suffering Humanity?" And though the war departments of the nations have continued to experiment in their secret laboratories, they have so far failed to light upon the slightest trace of the secret.
If we maltreat
her we not only couldn't collect a sou, but they'd send us to prison for our pains.
They were naturally rough and brutal, as primitive men are supposed to have been since the dawn of humanity, but they did not go out of their way to maltreat
It is those who injure women who get the most kindness from them--they are born timid and tyrants and maltreat
those who are humblest before them.
"Why, to be sure I am!" returned the now unnosed squire; "Tom Cecial I am, gossip and friend Sancho Panza; and I'll tell you presently the means and tricks and falsehoods by which I have been brought here; but in the meantime, beg and entreat of your master not to touch, maltreat
, wound, or slay the Knight of the Mirrors whom he has at his feet; because, beyond all dispute, it is the rash and ill-advised bachelor Samson Carrasco, our fellow townsman."
Like all people of similar character, whether civilized or savage, they are prone to be imposed upon; and are especially maltreated
by the ruthless Blackfeet, who harass them in their villages, steal their horses by night, or openly carry them off in the face of day, without provoking pursuit or retaliation.
Nor would they permit Gabriel to be any way maltreated
, say or do what he would; so that it came to pass that Gabriel had the complete freedom of the ship.
Sometimes he glanced over the magazines and newspapers to see how "Ephemera" was being maltreated
. It had made a hit.
He had been there at least an hour and a half, lacerated, maltreated
, mocked incessantly, and almost stoned.
Then he realised that this was Mit-sah, one of his own particular gods, who was being maltreated
. It was no reasoned impulse that made White Fang do what he then did.