I have therefore believed, monseigneur, knowing your prudence and your personal relation
to the events of the present time, that you will choose to hold your forces concentrated in the interior of the French kingdom and leave to her own the new government of England.
A movement of compunction, helped by those small indefinable influences which every personal relation
exerts on a pliant nature, had urged him into a secret marriage, which was a blight on his life.
There is a reason against this matter, there is a personal relation
concerned in this matter, not yet explained to you.
Of course, as time goes on, to her he becomes more and more their simple personal relation
This, in fact -- a desire to put myself in my true position as editor, or very little more, of the most prolix among the tales that make up my volume -- this, and no other, is my true reason for assuming a personal relation
with the public.
Personal relations, that we think supreme, are not supreme there.
I know that personal relations are the real life, for ever and ever.
The strong bent of nature is seen in the proportion which this topic of personal relations usurps in the conversation of society.
I have been told that in some public discourses of mine my reverence for the intellect has made me unjustly cold to the personal relations. But now I almost shrink at the remembrance of such disparaging words.
To Dorothea, still in that time of youth when the eyes with their long full lashes look out after their rain of tears unsoiled and unwearied as a freshly opened passion-flower, that morning's parting with Will Ladislaw seemed to be the close of their personal relations
. He was going away into the distance of unknown years, and if ever he came back he would be another man.
He did not utter a word on any other subject and did not display the slightest desire to enter into more personal relations
with the two ladies.
This makes him a standing puzzle to the huge number of uncultivated people who have been brought up in tasteless homes by commonplace or disagreeable parents, and to whom, consequently, literature, painting, sculpture, music, and affectionate personal relations
come as modes of sex if they come at all.