1 There only remained a resolution to return to my ancient studies and to devote myself to a science for which I believed myself to possess a natural talent.
2 I was partly urged by curiosity, and compassion confirmed my resolution.
3 With this resolution I traversed the northern highlands and fixed on one of the remotest of the Orkneys as the scene of my labours.
4 I have declared my resolution to you, and I am no coward to bend beneath words.
5 My first resolution was to quit Geneva forever; my country, which, when I was happy and beloved, was dear to me, now, in my adversity, became hateful.
6 At length I gathered resolution to address him in a pause of the tempest of his passion.
7 Her resolution was formed as she read.
8 But then at other times I have not resolution enough for it.
9 The reason alleged was their determined resolution of not leaving their mother at that time of the year.
10 Donavan says there is nothing materially to be apprehended; her constitution is a good one, and her resolution equal to any thing.
11 To see Marianne, I felt, would be dreadful, and I even doubted whether I could see her again, and keep to my resolution.
12 But the resolution was made only to be broken.
13 How soon he had walked himself into the proper resolution, however, how soon an opportunity of exercising it occurred, in what manner he expressed himself, and how he was received, need not be particularly told.
14 The effort of resolution necessary to the achievement of this purpose I found to be quite awful.
15 But long after that, and long after I had heard the clinking of the teacups and was quite ready, I wanted the resolution to go down stairs.