They had without examination accepted a constitution which allowed their parliament no control over monetary matters.
She lived in a happy completeness which allowed her to carry on the joys of youth into the maturity of years.
I went on with the work at home, and he continued his labors which allowed him neither home nor family.
Each had his hands chained behind him, but all were separate, which allowed each to roam around as he pleased.
It abolished the old rules of the house which for three years had provided a parliamentary procedure which allowed of no practical progress.
These have been thinned out as the stand grew old, but never to a degree which allowed much reproduction beneath them.
With such parents, every probability told against her patient acceptance of a lot which allowed her faculties no scope.
The door to this room was fitted with a spring lock which allowed it to be opened only from the inside, except with a pass-key.
The other two had escaped; but how they squeezed beneath slats which allowed only the tiniest chicks to go through will ever be a mystery to me.
There was an admirable time-table, which allowed the girls periods for play as well as the most suitable hours for work.
As night came on they started a fire and cooked two birds of the penguin type, which allowed themselves to be chased and captured.
Would any earthly tribunal be accounted righteous which allowed a self-sacrificing mother to substitute herself for a son, a son for a father?
He had eaten nothing that day; but even if otherwise, it was a crisis which allowed him to consume the sacred species without fasting.
We were much annoyed during the night by musquittoes and small gnats, or sand-flies, which allowed us but little sleep.
From the occasional rocky ridges, which allowed a more extended view, this sterile jungle could be seen stretching indefinitely on all sides.
Not one, however, in a thousand, who studied ever arrived at a point which allowed him comfort in his singing or pleasure to his hearers.
Beethoven passed his youth near the borders of France, under a government which allowed a republican personal freedom to its subjects.
Hotham at daylight ordered a general chase, which allowed each ship a certain freedom of movement in endeavoring to close with the French.
I have heard it stated that U-boats use the island as an "advanced port" which allowed them to shorten their journeys out on patrol.
At least up to that time that monarch had been able to maintain an ownership in them which allowed him to claim all of the pearls above a certain size.
The clause which allowed Baltimore to dedicate his churches according to the ecclesiastical laws of England excites admiration.
It was the excess of wickedness in his fellow-councillors, who at length went to a stage of violence and injustice which allowed him to hesitate no longer.
In probably three fourths of all the cases of tuberculosis the predisposing factor which allowed the tubercle bacillus to grow in the tissues was the loss of weight or the being underweight.
As soon as I had arrived at the age which allowed me to take possession of my property, I sought the element so congenial to my disposition.
The epilepsy remained probably unchanged but all the superadded emotions were annihilated and she felt an entirely new couragewhich allowed her to control herself between her regular attacks.
After some bargaining she secured a treaty which allowed Peter to go back to Russia in safety, and thus she saved the czar and the empire.
He also slipped the dagger into the back of his coat at the neck, after a southwestern fashion which allowed a man to draw and strike with a single motion.
This was simply an adaptation of the English practice which allowed a majority of the Commons to impeach and a majority of the Lords to convict.
Little would be thought of any business house which entrusted its most delicate operations to inexperienced buyers, or of any municipality which allowed its affairs to be conducted by an amateur.
His nerves had been braced by toilsome exercise and inclement skies; his strong mind had gained power under a discipline which allowed no other rest than change of employment.
So passed the so-called Compromise, which allowed slavery to break its bounds and to spread over Arkansas and Missouri.
This produced a simple series of what are called groined or cross vaults, which allowed height to be given to the window heads of the aisle and to the arcades between the aisles and nave.
There was a little something in the tone of the last words which allowed the hearer to divine that the closing of that chapter had not been without pain, and that the pain had perhaps scarcely died out.
Even in the case of misdemeanours, it admitted the system of extenuating circumstances, which allowed them still further to decrease and alter the penalty in so far as the offence was mitigated by such circumstances.
The end of the richly-embroidered skirt did not go lower than the ankles, which allowed me to admire the neatest little foot and the lower part of an exquisitely moulded leg.
The man overhead looked down upon them, hidden behind his spectacles, which allowed no expression of satisfied hatred or joy to show on his impassive features.
There were no springs; but this deficiency was atoned for by the thick cushionment of the rear portion of the vehicle, which allowed us to lie at full length in luxurious ease as we rolled along.
Underneath he really was the most unlettered man in the vicinity, but he had perfect control over his inborn cunningness, which allowed him for a long time to go triumphantly through life as a man of great ability.
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This was said in a peremptory tone which allowed of no reply.
The safety from overturn was in the long shafts which allowed free play.