"The criminal who now sits before the court licking her paws," resumed the Woggle-Bug, "has long desired to unlawfully
eat the fat piglet, which was no bigger than a mouse.
(all of you) by the merits of the Saviour that ye are not pirates, nor have shed blood lawfully or unlawfully
within forty days past, you may have licence to come on land.'
He remembered later the scandal over a boy, whom he had taken from the country to bring up, and, in a fit of rage, had so violently beaten that proceedings were brought against him for unlawfully
And if he had not unlawfully
kept the bottle of Liquid of Petrifaction standing on his shelf, the accident to his wife Margolotte and to Unc Nunkie could not have occurred.
Indeed great men have often more than their fair share of poor relations, inasmuch as very red blood of the superior quality, like inferior blood unlawfully
shed, WILL cry aloud and WILL be heard.
Kate's very natural impression was, that these engaging individuals had called with the view of possessing themselves, unlawfully
, of any portable articles that chanced to strike their fancy.
The abstract, the typical, the general--these were everywhere exalted at the expense of the image, the specific experience, the vital fact.' Lowell declares that it 'ignored the imagination altogether and sent Nature about her business as an impertinent baggage whose household loom competed unlawfully
with the machine-made fabrics, so exquisitely uniform in pattern, of the royal manufactories.' Still more hostile is Matthew Arnold: 'The difference between genuine poetry and the poetry of Dryden, Pope, and all their school, is briefly this: Their poetry is conceived and composed in their wits, genuine poetry is conceived and composed in the soul.
Meantime intelligent, with a sort of lofty simplicity, and curious at heart, but not like many women merely of social gossip, she amused her age by attracting within her ken through the power of her great, almost historical, social prestige everything that rose above the dead level of mankind, lawfully or unlawfully
, by position, wit, audacity, fortune or misfortune.
Should he then presume to demand it, or to affirm he was unlawfully
made my prisoner, by the belt of Saint Christopher, he will speak to one who hath never refused to meet a foe on foot or on horseback, alone or with his vassals at his back!''
Dobbin's stammering, blushing, and awkwardness added to the other's convictions that he had a rogue to deal with, and in a majestic tone he told that officer a piece of his mind, as he called it, simply stating his belief that the Major was unlawfully
detaining his late son-in-law's money.
The applicant further stated that her son was unlawfully
kept at the police station and requested the court to help recover him.
Sir Richard Henriques, who in 2016 ran a review of the investigation, also said he believes warrants to search the properties of high-profile figures were "obtained unlawfully