1 In general, they conspired to regulate the conduct of his life; they turned him towards the gloom; they rendered him kindly and simple; they counselled him to the same things.
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2 Since my convalescence I have so many affairs of this kind on my hands that I am forced to regulate them a little.
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3 He wished to hasten their steps; but Athos took his arm and passed it under his own, and the young man was forced to regulate his pace by that of his friend.
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4 There are here no procurators who regulate successions beforehand.
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5 There was a chairman to regulate the proceedings, and this functionary now took the case into his own hands.
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6 His wife was a thin, pale, sharp kind of person with no fortune of her own, and the misfortune of having to regulate her husband's rather sordid amorous exploits.
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7 There was a spasmodic abandonment about it as if, in allowing herself to utter the sound the woman's brain had authorized what it could not regulate.
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8 As for me, my own affairs are regulate; and as I have nothing else to do, I shall go make arrangements for the travel.
9 He performed these two social duties for old dignity's sake but conceded nothing further to the conventions which regulate the civic life.
10 The first who attempted to pass a law to this effect was the tribune Terentillus, who proposed that a committee of five should be named to consider and regulate the power of the consuls.
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11 This clock, of course, all the hundred or more workmen depended upon to regulate their hours of beginning and ending the day's work.
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12 It would be ridiculous in me to regulate my conduct by such caprices.
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13 And so you maintain that the laborer himself is an element to be studied and to regulate the choice of methods in agriculture.
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14 To make up for this, at home Pierre had the right to regulate his life and that of the whole family exactly as he chose.
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15 He has regulated all his charities.
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