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  1. But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp.
  2. They are clearly desperate to usurp these regions.
  3. Behind the scenes, his son Absalom, is scheming to usurp the throne.
  4. He was plotting something, developing some final plan to usurp the region.
  5. He was slowly entering the age when memories usurp reality, the here and now, and even the future.

  6. For surely it would be impossible for a high-minded man to usurp authority by violence and to continue to hold it.
  7. And, if there is a willing telepath, we can take control of their bodies just as easily as we can usurp technology.
  8. Now, a god cannot usurp another god’s symbol of power directly-that is forbidden by the most ancient of divine laws.
  9. Why, he even declared that they usurp the fruits of development without any contribution to the growth of the economy.
  10. His activity was directed to the preparation of a rising in which he was to usurp the power and call together a council.
  11. American tradition schooled their officers never to usurp civilian supremacy; politics were to be left to the politicians.
  12. Then, after Ali’s short disputed reign, Muawiyah used the assassination of Othman as his excuse to usurp the caliphate in AD 659.
  13. It seems that you need a dragon of your own, one who will defend the harmony of your Plane as vehemently as the red dragon intends to usurp it.
  14. When caste and caprice usurp the place of justice and humanity, every man will thenceforth hold life, liberty and property by sufferance of the mob.
  15. Our races have united with the intention of sealing the invasive breaches that Guardon and Ankharet have been using to usurp and harass our villages.

  16. For the last time in his life he allowed passion to usurp cunning and reason, and it was because of his great love for John Thornton that he lost his head.
  17. It seems, however, that to satisfy gentlemen the President should have refused to carry this law into execution, which I acknowledge does usurp judicial authority.
  18. He took her away and assumed the role of V’lane, in love with a mortal at the Seelie Court, biding time to usurp the rule of their race, both light and dark courts.
  19. It would go to usurp all the powers of the State Governments; for the Government could not be said to be complete without possessing the powers of both Governments combined.
  20. Even before the ink was dry on the deed of Indian partition, Pakistan surreptitiously pressed the tribal Musalman hordes into Kashmir to usurp the Paradise on Earth for itself.
  21. This company – New Vistas – had clearly mounted a campaign to usurp every other advertiser in the promotion of its product, running at the top and a message at tail end of each break.
  22. In a word, Senor Don Alvaro Tarfe, I am Don Quixote of La Mancha, the one that fame speaks of, and not the unlucky one that has attempted to usurp my name and deck himself out in my ideas.
  23. The supporters of this bill do not pretend to usurp any power retained by the States or the people, but contend that the power to pass the bill is expressly delegated, if the facts assumed are true.
  24. This was the shocking thing; that the slime of the pit seemed to utter cries and voices; that the amorphous dust gesticulated and sinned; that what was dead, and had no shape, should usurp the offices of life.
  25. Envied by men who hadn’t the equal of those powers in strength, having only half the chromosomes that carry it, that jealousy caused them to deny its very existence in women, usurp the mantle of power from them.

  26. Envied by men, who hadn’t the equal strength of those powers, having only half the chromosomes that carry it, that jealousy caused them to deny its very existence in women and usurp the mantle of power from them.
  27. The geo-political strategies of the Western nations in those cold war days enabled Pakistan, which teamed up with them against the Soviet Union, to usurp the thirteen-thousand-odd km square area, which is ironically called ‘Azad Kashmir’.
  28. I felt distressed to think that a woman who was not only a stranger but young should be going to associate with us in so many relations of life, without having any right to do so—nay, that this young woman was going to usurp the place of our dead mother.
  29. There cannot be any disagreement between these two requirements, the one being material and the other spiritual, unless it should develop that a Caesar presumes to usurp the prerogatives of God and demand that spiritual homage and supreme worship be rendered to him.
  30. Whatever, Allah didn’t send the angels of war to help Musalmans at the next turn in the Battle of Uhud, even though things became too hot for them against the Quraysh; though, after a series of strategic compromises and winning maneuvers Muhammad could subdue them to usurp the Kabah for Islam.
  31. While you cannot pretend to sit in judgment on the souls of your fellows, and while you may not forgive sins or otherwise presume to usurp the prerogatives of the supervisors of the heavenly hosts, at the same time, it has been committed to your hands that you should maintain temporal order in the kingdom on earth.
  32. This is a part of a plan that started before the murder of JFK and has continued to steal money from the US and usurp government power through grid control of their giant cathode ray triode amplifier system that pumps out profits for crooks at the cost of bankruptcy of the US government and death to its citizens (under the guise of good neighbor Sam).
  33. Wedon, being elevated to high priest by the god Quetzalcoatl himself made him the most powerful priest in Anahuac, no priest would dare to usurp this god-given position, all other priests would come under his direct guidance and their usual scheming would be stopped by him, before it could fester and infect the whole priesthood as it had under the Teoti.
  34. His egotism was of the sort that is most frequently found developed in masculine and especially in military circles, and which had become a part of his life to such a degree that he understood no other choice than to domineer or to humiliate himself; and his egotism was the mainspring even of his private impulses; he liked to usurp the first place over people with whom he put himself on a level.
  35. But although in that country the three branches of its legislature are called omnipotent, and the people might not deem themselves justified in resistance, yet here there is no apology of this kind; the limits of our power are distinctly marked; and when the three branches of this Government usurp upon this constitution in particulars vital to the liberties of this people, the deed is at their peril.
  36. If this is the true reason why the right of coining money and fixing its value was given to Congress, does not the right to issue that which is to be the representative of this coin; which, in fact, is to usurp its place; which is to be the real currency of the nation, necessarily belong to Congress? Does not the right to create a bank, which shall issue this representative of money, come within the same reason? I think it does.
  37. Is it possible that such a power, if it had been intended to be given by the people, should be left dependent upon the effect of general expressions; and such too, as were obviously applicable to another subject; to a particular exigency contemplated at the time? Sir, what is this power we propose now to usurp? Nothing less than a power, changing all the proportion of the weight and influence possessed by the potent sovereignties composing this Union.
  38. How can all men, I do not say Christians, Christian pastors, but all philanthropists, moralists, all those men who value their lives, their security, their well-being, quietly look on? This organization will certainly act in the same way, no matter in whose hands it may be: to-day, let us say, this power is in the hands of an endurable ruler; to-morrow a Biron, an Elizabeth, a Catherine, a Pugachév, a Napoleon the First, a Napoleon the Third may usurp it.
  39. The average person is entirely innocent of any deep thinking; he accepts the ideas of others and repeats them in very much the same way as a parrot; this is readily seen when we understand the method which is used to form public opinion and this docile attitude on the part of a large majority, who seem perfectly willing to let a few persons do all their thinking for them, is what enables a few men in a great many countries to usurp all the avenues of power and hold the millions in subjection.
  40. Since this sort of details might, particularly at the present moment, and to use an expression now in fashion, give to the Bishop of D—— a certain "pantheistical" physiognomy, and induce the belief, either to his credit or discredit, that he entertained one of those personal philosophies which are peculiar to our century, which sometimes spring up in solitary spirits, and there take on a form and grow until they usurp the place of religion, we insist upon it, that not one of those persons who knew Monseigneur Welcome would have thought himself authorized to think anything of the sort.
  41. Sancho had hardly uttered these words when two gentlemen, for such they seemed to be, entered the room, and one of them, throwing his arms round Don Quixote's neck, said to him, "Your appearance cannot leave any question as to your name, nor can your name fail to identify your appearance; unquestionably, senor, you are the real Don Quixote of La Mancha, cynosure and morning star of knight-errantry, despite and in defiance of him who has sought to usurp your name and bring to naught your achievements, as the author of this book which I here present to you has done;" and with this he put a book which his companion carried into the hands of Don Quixote, who took it, and without replying began to run his eye over it; but he presently returned it saying, "In the little I have seen I have discovered three things in this author that deserve to be censured.
  1. The man was usurping his role.
  2. Once revealed, The Boss could see about usurping him.
  3. Though their release would likely have been eminent, the usurping of.
  4. I too have powerful friends and none of us will tolerate your tyrannical usurping.
  5. I will add only a few words in relation to the moral and political consequences of usurping this power.
  6. Hundreds of years ago, an anti-wizard organization developed with the intention of usurping the government.
  7. I regret constructing a new breach to rescue him when Guardon and Ankharet are still desirous of usurping our lands.
  8. The news has migrated from objective reporting to subjective judgement, thus abdicating both its role and usurping our own.
  9. How else explain the ease with which he accepted me usurping Aunt Queen's magnificent bed in my, how shall we put it, vanity?
  10. Again, the big problem on this set was the same as always—Natasha telling Marilyn how to act and usurping the director’s influence over her.
  11. Except, of course, the poor slob who didn't have a Shell Card to nullify the usurping of his or her means of getting home, by the star of the piece.
  12. Because the theme of the false or the usurping or the adulterous brother or all three in one is to Shakespeare, what the poor are not, always with him.
  13. After the Hallorans and the O’Kierneys were killed by Rocky, the O’Bannions controlled the city for nearly a decade until the McLaughlins began usurping their turf.
  14. They consider him to be a traitor for manoeuvering Japan into war with the U S; a traitor for sacrificing American lives, and a traitor for usurping the Constitutional power of Congress.
  15. I hereby inform you that the fugitive and schismatic Don Cossack, Emelian Pugatchéf, after being guilty of the unpardonable insolence of usurping the name of our late Emperor, Peter III.
  16. When she return’d to find myself and Daniel there, usurping her Proper Place, she both wept for her Nurse (whom she now regarded as the Mother of her Heart) and was enraged to find herself replaced at Home.
  17. The unfortunate physician, while uttering these words, lifted his hands with a look of horror, as if he had beheld some frightful shape, which he could not recognize, usurping the place of his own image in a glass.
  18. Alwyn as Prospero was ‘intellect’; Hal as his usurping brother was ‘iniquity’; Edgar’s Ariel was ‘cunning ingenuity’; Terry’s Caliban in slime-green greasepaint would embody ‘brutishness’; Jeremy’s demure Miranda was ‘innocence’; Rolando as Trinculo and the drunks represented ‘humanity and wit’.
  19. Theoretically it is undoubtedly better that dispensing shall be done by the pharmacist, and prescribing by the medical man, but when we pharmacists claim this as a right, and accuse medicine of unjustly usurping our functions, it is well for us to remind ourselves that medical men, although they may not now as frequently as of old take the degree of L.
  20. The trust-eroding habit of the gossipy nosey neighbor has evolved into the usurping voyeuristic presumption of a right to virtual investigation and invasion of privacy, because of the surveillance culture that invites everyone to participate in the potentially lucrative hobby of scrap-face-booking, as websited on People Chronicling – a wiki-gathered Rogue's gallery of imagemation.
  21. But habit had begot in the town a partiality for the drunken ne’er-do-well, Robin; and this just act of mine was immediately condemned as a daring stretch of arbitrary power; and the consequence was, that when the council met next day, some sharp words flew from among us, as to my usurping an undue authority; and the thank I got for my pains was the mortification to see the worthless body restored to full power and dignity, with no other reward than an admonition to behave better for the future.
  1. Bt man usurped the power, took.
  2. It is not meant to be usurped by mortal whimsy.
  3. Chaos had usurped its throne, and it ruled with fevered lunacy.
  4. Of knowing that you usurped me and then shot me in the head.
  5. The Will has been set aside and Low Desire has usurped the throne.
  6. Today, even the state governments have been usurped by Socialists.
  7. The Winery has usurped the entire half of the Hour Glass where their.
  8. If she’s irritated that Ryodan usurped her plan, she betrays none of it.
  9. Others who have usurped the owners and have no right to it will use this power.
  10. God's Will and purpose are usurped for the will and purpose of the lower nature.
  11. America’s role as principal producer has been usurped in recent years by the Chinese.
  12. His safety from being usurped is helped by the fact that Detroit has never liked Denver.
  13. I understood from the palace gossip that the Queen had been usurped from the royal bedchamber.
  14. Can you imagine the possibility that this world was usurped from its original inhabitants?
  15. These nine judges simply usurped and tore to pieces the charter of freedom of the American people.
  16. Kejriwal’s party had usurped, almost ‘stolen’ it, and built their own political model around it.
  17. Fralgoth discovered and usurped our land, and has been harvesting the plant at much too greedily a pace.
  18. Once Nicky had usurped the vocal duties entirely, each rehearsal became like an audition for the Philharmonic.
  19. Although some said that role had been usurped by the Emperor’s disconcertingly mysterious confessor, Fray Jerónimo.
  20. She is the one who usurped the Northlandic Throne about four months ago and instigated the eternal winter, he said.
  21. How else would the masses of the enemy’s usurped army be held together if not for the fear of the creatures that evil had spawned.
  22. The demons and their fallen angelic fathers wishing to eclipse the reign of King Solomon usurped his control over these lands of Undersea.
  23. An institution called the Church, in which no one, not even if he belong to it, really believes, has for a long time usurped the place of this rule.
  24. This was the custom from the most ancient times, particularly among men who had usurped authority, and men have been long in seeing its baselessness.
  25. No one mourned the passing of fast-food outlets, the busy road that had usurped the once peaceful Esplanade, the high-rise apartments, or the canals.
  26. Naturally, over time, the Ladder Union usurped the power of the politicians and were made the unquestionable leaders of every facet of life in the system.
  27. Later, I found out that he took his Vikings with him, usurped a small settlement south-east of here, killing all the inhabitants who had previously lived there.
  28. Her day was divided between us; no amusement usurped a minute: she neglected her meals, her studies, and her play; and she was the fondest nurse that ever watched.
  29. This means has been employed since remote antiquity, especially by those men who usurped the power, and men for a long time did not see the irrationality of this means.
  30. In the eyes of the British, and it would appear they were somewhat justified; Eisenhower had violated their agreement and usurped the authority of the Allied governments.
  31. There is left but one sphere of human activity which is not usurped by the governmental power,—the domestic, economic sphere, the sphere of the private life and of labour.
  32. Torbin mused that it was some kind of sulking objection at being usurped, though more likely it sensed its primary purpose in sending him to the black hole was no longer valid.
  33. The physical organization, its decay, the indestructibility of matter, the law of the conservation of energy, evolution, were the words which usurped the place of his old belief.
  34. During the continuance of those confusions, the chiefs and principal leaders of those nations acquired, or usurped to themselves, the greater part of the lands of those countries.
  35. His heirs went on to become such a force that by AD 664 they usurped a large part of the Byzantine Empire’s real estate and diminished much of its influence in the formerly Roman world.
  36. In so doing the Court has transgressed the limits of judicial power to interpret the law as assigned to it by the Constitution, and usurped the legislative powers of Congress to make law.
  37. The Missouri and Red River are but roads, on which our imagination travels to new lands and new States to be raised and admitted (under the power, now first usurped) into this Union, among undiscovered lands in the west.
  38. She had not been able to knit during those few dreadful days in which her place had been usurped, and she had bumped after us ignominiously in a cart; and how pleasant it was not to have the ceaseless rattle just behind.
  39. Dismayed, he saw her first with one, then with another, driving, swimming, sitting on the beach under one parasol in the association so intimate, so informal, that, before Lillian came, he had usurped to the exclusion of the many.
  40. The President has not, therefore, violated the constitution, and usurped the war-making power, but he would have violated that provision which requires him to see that the laws are faithfully executed, if he had longer forborne to act.
  41. In the chequered history of Hindustan, its Rajas and their Samantas, who came by dime a dozen all, saw the adjoining territories as but pieces of real estate to be usurped to boost up their vanity or to satiate their greed, and/or both.
  42. All he knew was that he could not eat the flesh of this black man, and thus hereditary instinct, ages old, usurped the functions of his untaught mind and saved him from transgressing a worldwide law of whose very existence he was ignorant.
  43. Do you know that the natural, inborn powers some women still knew how to use hundreds of years ago caused them to be burned as witches by men fearing their usurped authority would be overthrown if those powers weren’t totally wiped out? _yes _no.
  44. It seemed so dismal to go up-stairs, with the wild snow blowing outside, and my thoughts continually reverting to the kirk-yard and the new-made grave! I dared hardly lift my eyes from the page before me, that melancholy scene so instantly usurped its place.
  45. I observed with pleasure, that the fatigues and exercises of the night had not usurped in the least on the life of their complexion, or the freshness of their bloom: this I found, by their confession, was owing to the management and advice of our rare directress.
  46. The dominion of the ocean was completely usurped by it, all commerce forbidden, and every flag driven from it, or subjected to capture and condemnation, which did not subserve the policy of the British Government, by paying it a tribute, and sailing under its sanction.
  47. It is a very short time when the sea is like a lake, the weather is not scorching, the crowds have gone home and one feels that, at last, Alexandria is no longer usurped by the Cairean hordes but is, once again, in the hands of its inhabitants, its illustrious ghosts and its history.
  48. This is a fact most noteworthy, for it has had this effect, that in no place where the Bible in its integrity has been popularly read has the doctrine of evil spirits usurped a disproportionate share of attention, or debased the public mind through the pressure of an overwhelming burden of gloom.
  49. But even this sphere, thanks to the struggle of the communists and socialists, is slowly being usurped by the governments, so that labour and rest, the domicile, the attire, the food of men will by degrees be determined and directed by the governments, if the wishes of the reformers are to be fulfilled.
  50. But there is another most powerful argument against the extension of this article to embrace the right to create States without the original limits of the United States, deducible from the utter silence of all debates at the period of the adoption of the Federal Constitution, touching the power here proposed to be usurped.
  51. Entails are thought necessary for maintaining this exclusive privilege of the nobility to the great offices and honours of their country; and that order having usurped one unjust advantage over the rest of their fellow-citizens, lest their poverty should render it ridiculous, it is thought reasonable that they should have another.
  52. Some listeners considered these drug-infused episodes to be his most organically inspired moments of broadcasting, a fascinating anarchic view into the twisted depths of a genius mind, while others said the show had grown intolerable, just another sad case of a great talent having been usurped and burned out too quickly by greed-dominated corporations.
  53. Had they been allowed to go on, it is impossible that they should not, at some time or another, have attempted to restrain the production of the particular articles of which they had thus usurped the monopoly, not only to the quantity which they themselves could purchase, but to that which they could expect to sell with such a profit as they might think sufficient.
  54. Now I call upon the advocates of this bill to point out, in all the debates of that period in any one publication, in any one newspaper of those times, a single intimation, by friend or foe to the constitution, approving or censuring it for containing the power here proposed to be usurped, or a single suggestion that it might be extended to such an object as is now proposed.
  55. How had it come to pass that the two-leggeds seemed to have assumed control of the Spirit, as though the callous savagery that raged in their hearts had usurped the stewardship long pledged by the Drakaa? How could that be, when the two-leggeds were such a young race, their intellect scarcely developed? The two-leggeds did not yet even recognize the Spirit’s existence, much less understand what it was or what it meant….
  56. What, then, must be my feelings; what ought to be the feelings of a man cherishing such sentiments, when he sees an act contemplated which lays ruin at the root of all these hopes? When he sees a principle of action about to be usurped, before the operation of which the bands of this constitution are no more than flax before the fire, or stubble before the whirlwind? When this bill passes, such an act is done, and such a principle usurped.
  57. What were those measures? They were no less, as regards ourselves, than a violation of the treaty which had been solemnly entered into between this country and France; by harassing our trade, seizing and confiscating our vessels in pursuing the commerce guaranteed to us by that treaty; she had usurped authority in almost every port and city from Elbe to Brest, and excluded the introduction of British products and merchandise, whether belonging to American citizens or British subjects.
  58. After searching for it uselessly in the taste of earth, in, the perfumed letters from Pietro Crespi, in the tempestuous bed of her husband, she had found peace in that house where memories materialized through the strength of implacable evocation and walked like human beings through the cloistered rooms, Leaning back in her wicker rocking chair, looking at Colonel Aureliano Buendía as if he were the one who looked like a ghost out of the past, Rebeca was not even upset by the news that the lands usurped by José Arcadio would be returned to their rightful owners.
  1. Intellect of a human with a dead soul usurps authority over his entire.
  2. Coxtart usurps from Druscilla the Care of my first Orifice, stuffing her enormous Dugs into my Mouth and indeed almost choking me with those pendulous Promontories of Flesh.

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