1 The movement of humanity, arising as it does from innumerable arbitrary human wills, is continuous.
2 But to arrive at these laws, resulting from the sum of all those human wills, man's mind postulates arbitrary and disconnected units.
3 And the farther we go back in examining events the less arbitrary do they appear.
4 And while their manners were thus the subject of sarcastic observation, the untaught Saxons unwittingly transgressed several of the arbitrary rules established for the regulation of society.
5 If it is a purely arbitrary one, it may be impossible for us to solve it.
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6 He is a seemingly arbitrary man, but this is because he knows what he is talking about better than any one else.
7 And yet she's firmly persuaded that I'm an arbitrary overbearing bossing kind of person.
8 And should this happen, she had no legal rights, no legal redress, except those same drumhead courts of which Tony had spoken so bitterly, those military courts with their arbitrary powers.
9 Thirdly, Despotical power is an absolute, arbitrary power one man has over another, to take away his life, whenever he pleases.
10 Nicholas, though he had never seen Ilagin, with his usual absence of moderation in judgment, hated him cordially from reports of his arbitrariness and violence, and regarded him as his bitterest foe.