or who, sitting calmly under his own vine, is to pass a judgment on the doings of a poor, hunted dog, slavishly
rebellious, like John Nicholson on that particular Sunday?
It is a great pity that the ardent youth should not be permitted and even encouraged to say this to himself, instead of falling slavishly
before a great author and accepting him at all points as infallible.
This they will follow slavishly
whether in hotels, on promenades, at meetings, or when on a journey.
But looking at her carefully she came to the conclusion that the hospital nurse was only slavishly
acquiescent, and that the look of satisfaction was produced by no splendid conception of God within her.
But in the last resort he simply ceased to believe in himself, and doggedly, slavishly
sought arguments in all directions, fumbling for them, as though someone were forcing and drawing him to it.
Sensible despots have never confined that precaution to women: they have taken their whips with them when they have dealt with men, and been slavishly
idealized by the men over whom they have flourished the whip much more than by women.
We seem to be slavishly
adopting the NRL's ban, which legally doesn't make sense.
Mr Corbyn has denied he is a pacifist and makes an important reference to "bombing first", which is the policy favoured by Trump and set to be followed slavishly
by May and Johnson - here we go again, hanging on to the coat-tails of a warmongering US President
A Perfect Fit: Clothes, Character, and the Promise of America is slavishly
quoted all over my book Mamaleh Knows Bestit convincingly shows that the concerns of women, so frequently dismissed as Style Section fodder, are a vital way of looking at a culture.
THE Journal report (September 29) of Jeremy Corbyn's conference speech, took its customary "Labour Voice" stance and slavishly
repeated details from the pre-speech briefing notes issued by the Party.
DEPENDING on your point of view, one of the best/worst traits of the UK is to slavishly
follow US trends.
He draws on his own fields of music theory and music aesthetics to develop the foundations of a general theory of modern music, believing that music historians need to stop slavishly
imitating their colleagues in mainstream cultural history, develop a historiography suitable to music, and begin to speak with their own voice.