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Frasi con counsel (in inglese)

  1. I thank my counsel, too.
  2. The trial counsel sat down.
  3. I do not counsel prudence.
  4. What does the counsel say.
  5. This, then, is my counsel.

  6. Counsel is making a speech.
  7. It was good counsel, he knew.
  8. Wherefore by my counsel we.
  9. The trial counsel began again.
  10. The Counsel predicts that six.
  11. Counsel by passing between them.
  12. I have Counsel Member Shria.
  13. The High Counsel gathered around.
  14. The two men took counsel together.
  15. It seemed as if their wise counsel.

  16. The Counsel had formed all sorts.
  17. One of the High Counsel came forward.
  18. There was hope in such good counsel.
  19. Counsel, are you ready to proceed?
  20. The counsel for the defence jumped up.
  21. High Counsel, figuring it was a bluff.
  22. The trial counsel began to read slowly.
  23. Have you talked to the counsel?
  24. Without counsel, plans go astray, but.
  25. Counsel for the prosecution now said:.

  26. Blake? I presume your legal counsel Mr.
  27. He’s the assistant defense counsel.
  28. Take his counsel whenever he offers it.
  29. He has asked the White House counsel, A.
  30. This is my counsel; to the Kremlin send.
  31. Counsel for the defence rose and said:.
  32. Their evil counsel led him to insincerity.
  33. Beware of evil counsel; it leads to rape.
  34. The name of good in counsel and truly wise.
  35. No counsel for the defense has so acted.
  36. Opposing counsel is badgering the witness.
  37. You seek the counsel of the Oracle?
  38. Lastly, his counsel to Moses was that of.
  39. Counsel for Potter declined to question him.
  40. Cabot was President Quaid’s legal counsel.
  41. She enjoyed being counsel to the President.
  42. If they ask for your counsel, then give it.
  43. She had been a woman of good counsel always.
  44. It is a thing beyond the counsel of the wise.
  45. Julie hesitated, and resolved to take counsel.
  46. We will wait and see what the counsel decides.
  47. George worked there, too, as the legal counsel.
  48. I will come with you, if that is your counsel.
  49. The king saw all this but kept his own counsel.
  50. He and the patent counsel had gone to Harvard.
  51. Miss, your counsel will be truly appreciated.
  52. Investment Counsel and Trust Services of Banks.
  53. Without this, all advice and counsel is useless.
  54. PAUL: The whole counsel of God declared by Paul.
  55. But for this choice he could recall no counsel.
  56. Garcia stood before Gowron and the High Counsel.
  57. Nolan told Claire, You can refuse his counsel.
  58. I was also introduced to the Legal Counsel Bob.
  59. The firm became counsel for Corporation, and Mr.
  60. The defense counsel, Todd Landry, especially so.
  61. Gowron looked to one of the High Counsel members.
  62. Quinn was watching all this, keeping his counsel.
  63. What will the counsel for the defense say?
  64. More parishioners began to seek Thomas’ counsel.
  65. And he got off more by luck than good counsel!.
  66. I think the king would find your counsel helpful.
  67. His will is hidden in the counsel of his thought.
  68. You can also seek the counsel of your pastor of.
  69. Enter Counsel Petrúshin; stout, red, and animated.
  70. Thomas called all of the counsel he could think of.
  71. He would have to keep his own counsel from now on.
  72. Some counsel that we should retreat further into.
  73. Rights of the accused to counsel and trial by jury.
  74. Doug, see to it that he gets to talk to counsel.
  75. It was the husband and wife taking counsel together.
  76. Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel.
  77. And, I intend to counsel with Athena who may have.
  78. Defense counsel is badgering the witness—.
  79. Yours is a counsel of perfection, which is also a.
  80. Let me tell you what the defense counsel told me.
  81. But I want to wait and see what the counsel says.
  82. Suppose you are in trouble, and need counsel on some.
  83. Members of the Counsel were present, as well as the.
  84. He arrived in the grey morning, and seeks for counsel.
  85. His counsel seems not now so good as it did under the.
  86. I said, approach the High Counsel! Gowron shouted.
  87. This would be the first counsel to be run by the gamers.
  88. He would ask Sam Dash, the committee’s chief counsel.
  89. His own counsel since before the foundation of the world.
  90. Thank You for providing wise counsel yesterday through D.
  91. I will not give you counsel, saying do this, or do that.
  92. I never knew it was worth it to counsel a guy after all.
  93. It is probable that he was holding counsel with himself.
  94. One decided that he would go to the Rabbi to seek counsel.
  95. She keeps her own counsel! But she's a real little fool.
  96. If you don’t listen to her counsel, you will regret it.
  97. What's the use of the counsel? I told him all about it.
  98. I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire, that.
  99. God his defending counsel and redeemer had vindicated him.
  100. The district-attorney answered the counsel for the defence.

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  1. There shall be counsels taken.
  2. Counsels may be found that are.
  3. Such were the counsels by which Mrs.
  4. The court and counsels were sworn in.
  5. But, as I said, the counsels were cooperative.
  6. I’ll see both counsels in chambers, said the judge.
  7. OF THE COUNSELS WHICH DON QUIXOTE GAVE SANCHO PANZA BEFORE.
  8. What additional didactic counsels did he similarly repress?
  9. OF THE SECOND SET OF COUNSELS DON QUIXOTE GAVE SANCHO PANZA.
  10. Q: You cannot save the world by preaching counsels of perfec-.
  11. She wept, too, to see that her sweeter counsels had prevailed.
  12. If you all follow our counsels, then your trip should be bearable.
  13. Krishn counsels Arjun to regard with an equal mind happiness and sor-.
  14. Majesty might give him a share in your counsels, so that he might gradually learn.
  15. Your honor, both counsels have finished with this witness, Captain Palmer said.
  16. In spite of these prudent counsels, we were all but hoist with our own petard at Drissa.
  17. These are the counsels concerning Her spirits to the sons of truth (light) in this world.
  18. I give them all sorts of counsels and admonitions, criticise and point out the true path.
  19. This is what Sant Kabir intends to con-vey when he counsels his disciples to place their.
  20. His Majesty thus seeks your counsels about what to do concerning this sad state of affair.
  21. What of Saruman? What are his counsels to us in this need? This tale I must tell in full, for only.
  22. Tina steeled herself immediately, expecting more criticism about her counsels given to the Koorivars.
  23. After the completion of compulsory rituals, the opposing counsels and the jurry were invited to sit.
  24. The Spanish campaign became in their counsels an argument for force and for adventures by right Divine.
  25. Yet, you have just proven that you could be even more useful to the United States via your knowledge and counsels.
  26. Would to God our agriculturists were chemists, or that at least they would pay more attention to the counsels of science.
  27. Then a city is not to be called wise because possessing a knowledge which counsels for the best about wooden implements?
  28. Well, but is there any war on record which was carried on successfully by him, or aided by his counsels, when he was alive?
  29. He could see that Kenney and Nimitz, both of whom had fought extensively in the Pacific, seemed to appreciate Dows’ counsels.
  30. The only effective means of meeting this difficulty lies in following counsels of perfection in making the original investment.
  31. They hated wisdom and chose not the fear of the Lord; they were not willing to attend to my counsels they mocked at my rebukes.
  32. The woman up to a certain age should lead the youth, and he should in all things follow her counsels with respect and obedience.
  33. Vast nature, formerly so filled with forms, lights, voices, counsels, perspectives, horizons, teachings, now lay empty before him.
  34. Your guardian was not at that time in Miss Havisham's counsels, and she was too haughty and too much in love to be advised by any one.
  35. Haughty as she is, we once triumphed over her, and if we do not listen to the counsels of timidity and despair we shall again prevail.
  36. A ―Fool‖ isn‘t someone who asks a lot of ―foolish‖ questions but someone, rather, who fails to heed the counsels of the Wise.
  37. And whatever counsels there are in mens hearts, Lord, let thy counsel stand, and do thou fulfil the thoughts of thy heart unto all generations.
  38. She was visibly holding out on Markus, while his son was having a hard time stopping even half of her blows despite the counsels she kept giving.
  39. A feeling such as his was prefaced by talk of the rivalry of some Petersburg officer, of the suppositions and the counsels of Stepan Arkadyevitch.
  40. Soon he was in a meeting with Ervin, Baker and their counsels in the same messy, windowless conference Room G-334 where he had first been questioned.
  41. Go, my son—go, my dear Gerard, and by your obedience to my paternal orders, or, if you prefer it, friendly counsels, we will keep you in your place.
  42. The wiser counsels of the Ansahs had prevailed, and the warriors were removed to the bush, still ready to answer to the calls of their chiefs if needed.
  43. However, Jeanne/Nancy understood too well the consequences of giving such counsels to Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, or to anyone else from this time period.
  44. That, he counsels, requires that everyone engaged in the program must seek his or her own right balance between being effective and being honest.
  45. Bathke heard our fight, then tackled me, saving Stigler’s sorry ass, so that I even ran into him back in CT years later where he and I were corporate counsels.
  46. Joseph Martin glanced at the others around him as he weighed Ingrid’s words: while her counsels had surprised him, he found them to be both logical and sensible.
  47. The ocean seeks to lead it astray in the alarming sameness of its billows, but the vessel has its soul, its compass, which counsels it and always shows it the north.
  48. Everyone in town, it seemed, was anxious to pass along special counsels to the 'kid going abroad,' whether they themselves had ever even been any further than Truckee.
  49. A guru named Jay Abraham, who counsels some of the major business authors and speakers on business marketing, teaches this method, and charges a pretty penny for his mentorship.
  50. She then predicted nearly point by point what was going to happen in the next two weeks, apart from giving us some very judicious counsels about the future rebuilding of our forces.
  51. A few discreet but well-informed counsels given at key moments by her to Louis would probably be sufficient to avoid many tragedies and much human suffering during the 23 years to come.
  52. Whatever may have been done in these four years, it is my pleasure to acknowledge that much, very much, is due to the earnest interest, the wise counsels, and the practical suggestions of Mr.
  53. Cole's counsels, exclusive of clothes, some jewels, and some plate, I saw myself in purse for a long time, to wait without impatience for what the chapter of accidents might produce in my favour.
  54. In that and many other points, Ingrid was happy to see that Clarence Johnson had been able to walk on his pride and had followed her counsels in order to avoid problems that the future had warned her about.
  55. And so he goes on with his story, saying that the day Don Quixote gave the counsels to Sancho, the same afternoon after dinner he handed them to him in writing so that he might get some one to read them to him.
  56. In truth, his last year of service as Chief of Staff of the Air Force had been most frustrating, with his own counsels largely ignored, while those of a few dangerous demagogues gained favor in the White House.
  57. Sancho listened to him with the deepest attention, and endeavoured to fix his counsels in his memory, like one who meant to follow them and by their means bring the full promise of his government to a happy issue.
  58. She first saved the Philippines from Japanese invasion with her air tactics and her strategic counsels to General MacArthur, then helped ensure the success of our Guadalcanal landing with her new female air group.
  59. If the heathen chastise their slaves when one of them denies his master what think you will your Lord do who has authority over all men? Put away these counsels out of your hearts that you may live continually unto God.
  60. O remove not the speech of the trusty, nor take away the understanding of the aged, nor ever let the things that belong to the nation’s peace be hid from the eyes of those that are intrusted with the nation’s counsels.
  61. O remove not the speech of the trusty, nor take away the understanding of the aged, nor ever let the things that belong to the nation�s peace be hid from the eyes of those that are intrusted with the nation�s counsels.
  62. Do us good in these nations; bless the queen and all in authority; guide publick counsels and affairs; over-rule all to thine own glory; let peace and truth be in our days, and be preserved to those that shall come after us.
  63. Dewey watched Dulles’ evident confusion and took at that moment a decision based solely on his personal judgment, ignoring the counsels he had received to date from the various Washington ‘experts’ during the last days.
  64. Then, I said, we must take Damon into our counsels; and he will tell us what rhythms are expressive of meanness, or insolence, or fury, or other unworthiness, and what are to be reserved for the expression of opposite feelings.
  65. Informed decisions based on evidence and points of law clearly and properly defined, are gradually giving way to preliminary jousting matches between opposing counsels seeking a propitious ―mix‖ that will ‖carry the day‖.
  66. We therefore pray that thou wilt never give us up to our own hearts lust, to walk in our own counsels, but restrain Satan, that roaring lion that goes about seeking whom he may devour: and grant that we may not be ignorant of his devices.
  67. I own that my heart began to fail me when the time for action came so close, but I did not say anything, for I had a greater fear that if I appeared as a drag or a hindrance to their work, they might even leave me out of their counsels altogether.
  68. And that night when she went to her room after a blissful evening of family counsels, hopes, and plans, her heart was so full of happiness that she could only calm it by kneeling beside the empty bed always near her own, and thinking tender thoughts of Beth.
  69. But the source to which I look for the aids which alone can supply my deficiencies, is in the well-tried intelligence and virtue of my fellow-citizens, and in the counsels of those representing them in the other departments associated in the care of the national interests.
  70. But so deep an impression had the rejection of Quiteria made on Camacho's mind that it banished her at once from his thoughts; and so the counsels of the priest, who was a wise and kindly disposed man, prevailed with him, and by their means he and his partisans were pacified and.
  71. He treats first of music or literature, which he divides into true and false, and then goes on to gymnastics; of infancy in the Republic he takes no notice, though in the Laws he gives sage counsels about the nursing of children and the management of the mothers, and would have an education which is even prior to birth.
  72. Would the counsels be deemed wise, of that statesman who should recommend that the nation should be unarmed—that the art of war, the martial spirit, and martial exercises, should be prohibited—and that the great body of the people should be taught that national happiness was to be found in perpetual peace alone? No, sir.
  73. For example, there is no doubt that new drug development has suffered in the pharmaceutical industry as more of the CEOs who lead these companies are promoted from within the corporate suite (such as managers who have been CFOs or General Counsels), or from outside, unrelated businesses instead of CEOs with science backgrounds.
  74. But neither great Washington, nor Napoleon, nor Nelson, will answer a single hail from below, however madly invoked to befriend by their counsels the distracted decks upon which they gaze; however it may be surmised, that their spirits penetrate through the thick haze of the future, and descry what shoals and what rocks must be shunned.
  75. It remains only, that, faithful to ourselves, entangled in no connections with the views of other powers, and ever ready to accept peace from the hand of justice, we prosecute the war with united counsels and with the ample faculties of the nation, until peace be so obtained, and as the only means, under the Divine blessing, of speedily obtaining it.
  76. O, vindictive Julian! O, covetous Judas! Traitor, cruel, vindictive, and perfidious, wherein had this poor wretch failed in his fidelity, who with such frankness showed thee the secrets and the joys of his heart? What offence did I commit? What words did I utter, or what counsels did I give that had not the furtherance of thy honour and welfare for their aim?
  77. Indeed, so far as we are aware, all expositors agree that it foretells the exterminating judgment of God, which in due time was executed by the Roman armies under Titus, by whom the city was overwhelmed as 'with a flood' (a figure often used for an invading army), and the city and the land were given over to the age -- long 'desolations,' which had been 'determined' in the counsels of God.
  78. If any one is desirous of carrying out in detail the Platonic education of after-life, some such counsels as the following may be offered to him:-- That he shall choose the branch of knowledge to which his own mind most distinctly inclines, and in which he takes the greatest delight, either one which seems to connect with his own daily employment, or, perhaps, furnishes the greatest contrast to it.
  79. Moment by moment the event is imperceptibly shaping itself, and at every moment of this continuous, uninterrupted shaping of events the commander in chief is in the midst of a most complex play of intrigues, worries, contingencies, authorities, projects, counsels, threats, and deceptions and is continually obliged to reply to innumerable questions addressed to him, which constantly conflict with one another.
  80. Sancho perceiving it his master's final resolve, and how little his tears, counsels, and entreaties prevailed with him, determined to have recourse to his own ingenuity and compel him, if he could, to wait till daylight; and so, while tightening the girths of the horse, he quietly and without being felt, with his ass' halter tied both Rocinante's legs, so that when Don Quixote strove to go he was unable as the horse could only move by jumps.
  81. Behold, the churches of men have fallen! They are fallen! Even every one of them has forsaken Me! All have went backward and not forward! Each one refuses to obey, nor will they incline the ear, but follow the counsels and dictates of their own evil hearts! Lo, with open palms they greedily receive false testimony, as they give ear to every false prophet and teacher who comes to them speaking lies and pleasant things, saying, Peace, peace.
  82. Lord God! Hear us when we pray to Thee; strengthen with Thy might our most gracious sovereign lord, the Emperor Alexander Pávlovich; be mindful of his uprightness and meekness, reward him according to his righteousness, and let it preserve us, Thy chosen Israel! Bless his counsels, his undertakings, and his work; strengthen his kingdom by Thine almighty hand, and give him victory over his enemy, even as Thou gavest Moses the victory over Amalek, Gideon over Midian, and David over Goliath.
  83. Look at individual men in their private life, listen to their standards of conduct in their judgment of one another; hear not only their public utterances, but the counsels given by parents and guardians to the young in their charge; and you will see that, far as their social life based on violence may be from realizing Christian truth, in their private life what is considered good by all without exception is nothing but the Christian virtues; what is considered as bad is nothing but the antichristian vices.
  84. In this book every thinking woman—for this book is chiefly intended for women—will find first of all an indication that there is absolutely no need of continuing to live as insipidly as her forefathers lived, but that it is possible to find better paths of life, using for this purpose science, the experience of men, and her own free thought, and, as the first model of such a use she will find in this book many precious counsels and hints, which will make life easier for herself, her husband, and her children.
  85. Who, hearing the foregoing discourse of Don Quixote, would not have set him down for a person of great good sense and greater rectitude of purpose? But, as has been frequently observed in the course of this great history, he only talked nonsense when he touched on chivalry, and in discussing all other subjects showed that he had a clear and unbiassed understanding; so that at every turn his acts gave the lie to his intellect, and his intellect to his acts; but in the case of these second counsels that he gave Sancho he showed himself to have a lively turn of humour, and displayed conspicuously his wisdom, and also his folly.
  86. It seems, in fact, as though there existed in certain men a veritable bestial instinct, though pure and upright, like all instincts, which creates antipathies and sympathies, which fatally separates one nature from another nature, which does not hesitate, which feels no disquiet, which does not hold its peace, and which never belies itself, clear in its obscurity, infallible, imperious, intractable, stubborn to all counsels of the intelligence and to all the dissolvents of reason, and which, in whatever manner destinies are arranged, secretly warns the man-dog of the presence of the man-cat, and the man-fox of the presence of the man-lion.
  87. Democratic right confiscated, progress becomes a matter of secondary interest, the protests of the street violently repressed, military execution of insurrections, the rising passed over by arms, the Rue Transnonain, the counsels of war, the absorption of the real country by the legal country, on half shares with three hundred thousand privileged persons,—these are the deeds of royalty; Belgium refused, Algeria too harshly conquered, and, as in the case of India by the English, with more barbarism than civilization, the breach of faith, to Abd-el-Kader, Blaye, Deutz bought, Pritchard paid,—these are the doings of the reign; the policy which was more domestic than national was the doing of the King.
  88. If you are only twice and not thrice removed from the truth--not an imitator or an image-maker, please to inform us what good you have ever done to mankind? Is there any city which professes to have received laws from you, as Sicily and Italy have from Charondas, Sparta from Lycurgus, Athens from Solon? Or was any war ever carried on by your counsels? or is any invention attributed to you, as there is to Thales and Anacharsis? Or is there any Homeric way of life, such as the Pythagorean was, in which you instructed men, and which is called after you? 'No, indeed; and Creophylus (Flesh-child) was even more unfortunate in his breeding than he was in his name, if, as tradition says, Homer in his lifetime was allowed by him and his other friends to starve.
  89. The author, having always felt a sentiment of exceptional respect and admiration for this reverend and patriarchal personage, who by his gentle words and sage counsels, no less than his noble generosity, had done so much to elevate and sweeten the tone of his book, fell into an ecstasy of terror at witnessing the approach of his seemingly inevitable destruction; especially as he perceived that the poor old fellow (who never in his life had met with aught but reverence and affection, and knew nothing of the nature of deadly weapons and impulses) was, so far, from attempting to defend himself, or even escape, actually opening his arms to the widest extent of avuncular hospitality, and preparing to take his assassin, sword and all, into his fond and forgiving heart!.
  90. When they take a retrospective view of the subject, and find that most of those statutes were first passed in the times and under the patriot counsels of the old Congress, and that the more general one which took effect in 1794 was passed under the Administration of General Washington, who was himself the chief of soldiers as he was the chief of their patrons and friends in every station; but he was equally the friend of his country, and gave that act the sanction of his name, as founded, at least, in a policy of general justice and right, which the Government had been at length obliged to resort to and maintain in self-defence; that every Congress since has invariably adhered to the general policy of those laws; and, after the lapse of so many years, when the difficulty of doing justice has increased with the increase of time, and when a partial repeal would but tend to increase the discontent and dissatisfaction of every class of claimants which should remain unprovided for, the committee cannot, from any view they have been able to take of the subject, recommend the repeal or suspension of any of those statutes.

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