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  • He did it for Michelle, though she would never know of the vandalism or of this act of restitution.†   (source)
  • When robbery is done in open daylight by sanction of the law, as it is done today, then any act of honor or restitution has to be hidden underground.†   (source)
  • Restitution, possibly.†   (source)
  • The equation, so long out of balance, cried for restitution.†   (source)
  • As he passed through these troubled times, Lamar came to understand that the sole hope for the South lay not in pursuing its ancient quarrels with the North but in promoting conciliation and in the development and restitution of normal Federal-state relations and the withdrawal of military rule.†   (source)
  • That is, Erik and Arthur will make full restitution to all of you for all of your stolen property.†   (source)
  • The second chance you get when your parents can guarantee full restitution.†   (source)
  • Or do you want them to make full restitution to you, like men, and get on with their lives?†   (source)
  • Their names are written in my book of restitution.†   (source)
  • On my list of restitution, your name was one of the first.†   (source)
  • Dad got up again, looked at them all, and asked simply, "Do you accept our plan for making restitution or not?"†   (source)
  • If we can get all of you to agree to this restitution plan, and it has to be unanimous agreement, then the Sheriff's Department will not pursue further charges against Erik and Arthur."†   (source)
  • Others-such as myself-had fortunes stolen from us by the Viet Minh; the only path to restitution was if the Americans won the war.†   (source)
  • But a few lucky men like Ghosh never have such worries; there was no restitution he needed to make, no moment he failed to seize.†   (source)
  • Now that he was clearly a danger to himself and bound for jail if his parents hadn't paid the restitution, he had no choice.†   (source)
  • The Browns consulted an attorney and spoke with the Whiteds, arriving at a plea to present to the judge: they agreed to drop the charges if restitution was paid and if Adam would consent to one year in Teen Challenge instead of the year in prison he was facing.†   (source)
  • Subject had an active felony warrant for his arrest and was placed in custody after his wounds were taken care of by St. Joseph's ER staff" Upon receiving the call that their son was in the hospital with self-inflicted stab wounds, as well as wanted by the law for forging checks and stealing property, Janice and Larry paid the ten thousand dollars in bail and restitution and requested that an officer drive Adam from the Garland County jail to a lockdown drug treatment center.†   (source)
  • It was not exactly that I felt I owed Lucy Stark a debt, or had to make restitution, or do penance.†   (source)
  • The third formula is restitution:"I am not trying to destroy people's insides, I am healing them.†   (source)
  • And if restitution was to be made, it was to be made to me, by me.†   (source)
  • Anxieties for the integrity of its body, fantasies of restitution, a silent, deep requirement for indestructibility and protection against the "bad" forces from within and without, begin to direct the shaping psyche; and these remain as determining factors in the later neurotic, and even normal, life activities, spiritual efforts, religious beliefs, and ritual practices of the adult.†   (source)
  • Only they need know of the restitution.†   (source)
  • At least, if there was a debt, it was not to Lucy Stark, and if there was restitution to be made it was not to be made to her.†   (source)
  • For example: You brought a divorce case, or a restitution case, into the Consistory.†   (source)
  • "No, your excellency," returned Bertuccio; "it was a vendetta followed by restitution."†   (source)
  • Bournisien defended it; he enlarged on the acts of restitution that it brought about.†   (source)
  • I complete the restitution by announcing my true name.†   (source)
  • Duty on earth, restitution on earth, action on earth; these first, as the first steep steps upward.†   (source)
  • Show them the restitution of lost humanity, in the future, by Russian thought alone, and by means of the God and of the Christ of our Russian faith, and you will see how mighty and just and wise and good a giant will rise up before the eyes of the astonished and frightened world; astonished because they expect nothing but the sword from us, because they think they will get nothing out of us but barbarism.†   (source)
  • Besides, there was his younger brother, to whom, perhaps, both he and his older brother Allen owed some form of obligation, if not exactly restitution.†   (source)
  • She had, indeed, a quick vision of returning the packet to Bertha Dorset, and of the opportunities the restitution offered; but this thought lit up abysses from which she shrank back ashamed.†   (source)
  • She wanted to make restitution.†   (source)
  • "And now," said Prior Aymer, "I will pray you of restitution of my mules and palfreys, and the freedom of the reverend brethren attending upon me, and also of the gymmal rings, jewels, and fair vestures, of which I have been despoiled, having now satisfied you for my ransom as a true prisoner."†   (source)
  • After putting his horse at Coketown through the storm, as if it were a leap, he waited up all night: from time to time ringing his bell with the greatest fury, charging the porter who kept watch with delinquency in withholding letters or messages that could not fail to have been entrusted to him, and demanding restitution on the spot.†   (source)
  • 'If reparation can be made to any one, if restitution can be made to any one, let us know it and make it.†   (source)
  • Mme. Coquenard recognized her present, and could not at first comprehend this restitution; but the visit of Porthos soon enlightened her.†   (source)
  • Such being the case, and he, the old bachelor, in possession of the ill-gotten spoil,—with the black stain of blood sunken deep into it, and still to be scented by conscientious nostrils,—the question occurred, whether it were not imperative upon him, even at this late hour, to make restitution to Maule's posterity.†   (source)
  • …that there was no amatory fire or pulse of romance acting as stimulant to the bustle going on in his gaunt, great house; nothing but three large resolves—one, to make amends to his neglected Susan, another, to provide a comfortable home for Elizabeth-Jane under his paternal eye; and a third, to castigate himself with the thorns which these restitutory acts brought in their train; among them the lowering of his dignity in public opinion by marrying so comparatively humble a woman.†   (source)
  • The object of the quest now, he said, was if any of the unhappy family were discovered alive to carry a petition to the feet of Caesar, praying restitution of the estate and return to their civil rights.†   (source)
  • 'Make restitution to an innocent and unoffending child, for such he is, although the offspring of a guilty and most miserable love.†   (source)
  • He thought that it would be well to open it, and that this package might possibly contain the address of the young girls, if it really belonged to them, and, in any case, the information necessary to a restitution to the person who had lost it.†   (source)
  • The divine tribunal had changed its aspect for him; self-prostration was no longer enough, and he must bring restitution in his hand.†   (source)
  • Meanwhile Venn had left the heath and gone to call upon Mrs. Yeobright, with whom he had been on friendly terms since she had learnt what a providential countermove he had made towards the restitution of the family guineas.†   (source)
  • I hastened to put myself between them, and to assure her that we would all take care that he should make the utmost restitution of everything he had wrongly got.†   (source)
  • "I am endeavoring," he thought, "to make this man happy; I look upon this restitution as a weight thrown into the scale to balance the evil I have wrought.†   (source)
  • He carried the strictness of this order so far as to detain in England the ambassadors of Denmark, who had taken their leave, and the regular ambassador of Holland, who was to take back to the port of Flushing the Indian merchantmen of which Charles I had made restitution to the United Provinces.†   (source)
  • It was really before his God that Bulstrode was about to attempt such restitution as seemed possible: a great dread had seized his susceptible frame, and the scorching approach of shame wrought in him a new spiritual need.†   (source)
  • But Mr. Bulstrode had to-night followed the order of his emotions; he entertained no doubt that the opportunity for restitution had come, and he had an overpowering impulse towards the penitential expression by which he was deprecating chastisement.†   (source)
  • Has misgivings that the goods of this world which we have painfully got together early and late, with wear and tear and toil and self-denial, are so much plunder; and asks to whom they shall be given up, as reparation and restitution!'†   (source)
  • He believed at that moment that he had a grave duty to perform: the restitution of the six hundred thousand francs to some one whom he sought with all possible discretion.†   (source)
  • Make restitution!†   (source)
  • That change of plan and shifting of interest which Bulstrode stated or betrayed in his conversation with Lydgate, had been determined in him by some severe experience which he had gone through since the epoch of Mr. Larcher's sale, when Raffles had recognized Will Ladislaw, and when the banker had in vain attempted an act of restitution which might move Divine Providence to arrest painful consequences.†   (source)
  • The reader knows, that by "washing the sewer" we mean: the restitution of the filth to the earth; the return to the soil of dung and of manure to the fields.†   (source)
  • Akhilleus' plea to Zeus in Book I, that he "roll the Akhaians back to the water's edge, / back on their ships with slaughter," Is not fulfilled until Book XVI; and by the time Agamemnon makes his formal apology and restitution in XIX, Patroklos' death will have generated a new story that will run its course over five more books before the anger of Akhilleus is fully told.†   (source)
  • Why, now is Cupid a child of conscience; he makes restitution.†   (source)
  • 22:12 And if it be stolen from him, he shall make restitution unto the owner thereof.†   (source)
  • And after the Israelites had rejected God, the Prophets did foretell his restitution; as (Isaiah 24.†   (source)
  • "Thou art wrong there, Sancho," said Don Quixote, "for now that we have a suspicion who the owner is, and have him almost before us, we are bound to seek him and make restitution; and if we do not see him, the strong suspicion we have as to his being the owner makes us as guilty as if he were so; and so, friend Sancho, let not our search for him give thee any uneasiness, for if we find him it will relieve mine."†   (source)
  • 20:18 That which he laboured for shall he restore, and shall not swallow it down: according to his substance shall the restitution be, and he shall not rejoice therein.†   (source)
  • For Performance, is the naturall end of obligation; and Forgivenesse, the restitution of liberty; as being a retransferring of that Right, in which the obligation consisted.†   (source)
  • Those that are found guilty of theft among them are bound to make restitution to the owner, and not, as it is in other places, to the prince, for they reckon that the prince has no more right to the stolen goods than the thief; but if that which was stolen is no more in being, then the goods of the thieves are estimated, and restitution being made out of them, the remainder is given to their wives and children; and they themselves are condemned to serve in the public works, but are…†   (source)
  • I say, I confess the inhumanity of this action moved me very much, and made me relent exceedingly, and tears stood in my eyes upon that subject; but with all my sense of its being cruel and inhuman, I could never find in my heart to make any restitution.†   (source)
  • 22:3 If the sun be risen upon him, there shall be blood shed for him; for he should make full restitution; if he have nothing, then he shall be sold for his theft.†   (source)
  • Now, whether he kill Cassio, Or Cassio him, or each do kill the other, Every way makes my gain: live Roderigo, He calls me to a restitution large Of gold and jewels that I bobb'd from him, As gifts to Desdemona; It must not be: if Cassio do remain, He hath a daily beauty in his life That makes me ugly; and besides, the Moor May unfold me to him; there stand I in much peril; No, he must die.†   (source)
  • But here I was forced to interpose as a mediator, by obliging the two Englishmen not to hurt them, being naked & unarmed, and that the other three should make them restitution, by building their two huts, and fencing their ground in the same manner as it was before.†   (source)
  • "Only let Senor Don Quixote pay me for some part of the work he has destroyed," said Master Pedro, "and I would be content, and his worship would ease his conscience, for he cannot be saved who keeps what is another's against the owner's will, and makes no restitution."†   (source)
  • By this Ransome, is not intended a satisfaction for Sin, equivalent to the Offence, which no sinner for himselfe, nor righteous man can ever be able to make for another; The dammage a man does to another, he may make amends for by restitution, or recompence, but sin cannot be taken away by recompence; for that were to make the liberty to sin, a thing vendible.†   (source)
  • 22:6 If fire break out, and catch in thorns, so that the stacks of corn, or the standing corn, or the field, be consumed therewith; he that kindled the fire shall surely make restitution.†   (source)
  • 22:5 If a man shall cause a field or vineyard to be eaten, and shall put in his beast, and shall feed in another man's field; of the best of his own field, and of the best of his own vineyard, shall he make restitution.†   (source)
  • …to eat, as long as hee had not sinned; and that hee was thrust out of Paradise after he had sinned, lest hee should eate thereof, and live for ever; and that Christs Passion is a Discharge of sin to all that beleeve on him; and by consequence, a restitution of Eternall Life, to all the Faithfull, and to them onely: yet the Doctrine is now, and hath been a long time far otherwise; namely, that every man hath Eternity of Life by Nature, in as much as his Soul is Immortall: So that the…†   (source)
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