Mrs. Carden was a selfish woman, with a firm belief in her own opinions, and her own importance; anyone who contradicted her or disagreed with her was at once a detestable person.
We have disagreedabout settlements,” said the nephew.
We disagreed on various subjects every day, on the marriage question and on—on—” “On what?
You and I used to disagree on the subject--one of the first questions we have ever seriously disagreed upon since we were little children.
This would have made no difference to Dan except that Billy blandly and serenely continued to expound his views upon peace in spite of the fact that every member of Sunrise camp disagreed with him.
The offer is not accepted, the view of duty is disagreed from by the accused persons, the motion for a Select Committee is negatived and the matter drops, the balance of disadvantage remaining with the accused persons.
And in these hard times many Conservatives who disagreed altogether with Lord Randolph Churchill's views felt that his return to a commanding place was a necessary condition, if the waning fortunes of their party were to be retrieved.
A dozen Armenians, including the "elders" who had disagreed with Kagig, stood arguing rather noisily near the door.
To have disagreed would have been like flapping a red cloth at a tiger.
There was no united Germany then, and my pupils disagreed continually about the pronunciation of their own language, which seemed, like that of Babel, intelligible to nobody.
If any officer appointed by the Home Government disagreed with his policy he suspended him from his office, and left him to seek redress from his friends in England--a tedious process, which lasted for years.
The House of Representatives disagreed to the Senate amendment, and a Committee of Conference was ordered, which reported in its favor.
The House of Representatives disagreed to the substitute, and asked a conference.
But this was disagreed to by the House, and at the second conference the Senate receded from the amendment, so that it was lost.
Whether the fairies made any mention of the five thousand pounds, and it disagreed with Baby, is not speculated upon.
Mr. Hendricks disagreed with the Senator from Delaware that the people of the South, at once and without consideration, must turn their backs upon the proposition now made them in order to maintain their honor.
There were some Republicans in Congress who disagreed with Mr. Stevens in his theory of the condition of the late rebel States, yet no one ventured immediately, to use a contemporary expression, "to take the Radical bull by the horns.
Statesmen who havedisagreed widely on other points have agreed in the opinion that the only constitutional measures of value are metallic coins, struck as regulated by the authority of congress.
I see where the honorable court of appeals has disagreed with me agin.
Well, they've still got quite a piece to go yit before they ketch up with the number of times I've disagreed with them.
The jury, upon being requested, if any of them disagreed to the verdict to make it known by a nod, seemed to express their unanimous assent; and no juror expressed his dissent.
The English and American authorities are hopelessly disagreed about the exact numbers engaged, and among the Americans themselves there are very great differences.
He was a blustering man, who became very angry when anyone disagreedwith him, and who very soon was known as "William the Testy.
He was the leader of a political party, a party which contended with, fought with, disagreed with at every turn the party of which Alexander Hamilton was one of the chief leaders.
He disagreed with Shann's suggestion for tracking Taggi and Togi when those two emerged from the underbrush obviously well fed and contented after their early morning activity.
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