Check your premises, Dagny. (not reviewed by editor)
Let them check their premises. (not reviewed by editor)
Check your premises, Miss Taggart. (not reviewed by editor)
What he now felt was a violent impulse to order his mother off the premises. (not reviewed by editor)
Whenever you think that you are facing a contradiction, check your premises. (not reviewed by editor)
The d'Anconia workers everywhere had been handed their last pay checks, in cash, at nine A.M., and by nine-thirty had been moved off the premises. (not reviewed by editor)
If you find it inconceivable that an invention of genius should be abandoned among ruins, and that a philosopher should wish to work as a cook in a diner-check your premises. (not reviewed by editor)
Check your premises. (not reviewed by editor)
He was an attorney who, some generations earlier, would have represented shoplifters and people who stage accidents on the premises of rich corporations; now he found that he could do better by representing men like Kip Chalmers. (not reviewed by editor)
…all of man's values, it has to be earned-that of any achievements open to you, the one that makes all others possible is the creation of your own character-that your character, your actions, your desires, your emotions are the products of the premises held by your mind-that as man must produce the physical values he needs to sustain his life, so he must acquire the values of character that make his life worth sustaining-that as man is a being of self-made wealth, so he is a being of… (not reviewed by editor)
The man who gave me the cigarette said that in such a case one must check one's premises." (not reviewed by editor)
Samples from Other Sources
She was injured on the premises of the defendant.
"Then," I said, "you have been making a miscalculation, and the letter is not upon the premises, as you suppose."
Edgar Allan Poe -- The Purloined Letter
He refuses to do any copying; he refuses to do any thing; he says he prefers not to; and he refuses to quit the premises.
Herman Melville -- Bartleby, the Scrivener: a Story of Wall Street
They would like permission to search the premises, which means we have to vote.