Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Very well, the man who disputes none of them we concede to be entitled to go at large.
It's a disgrace that the animals should be allowed to go at large."
"Why is this lunatic allowed to go at large?"
"Whether knave, fool, or Bedlamite, it is intolerable that the fellow should go at large."
Ramsay reported to the court that Linnen was "deranged" and that it would be "dangerous to let him go at large."
He was taken to New York, where due to his rank he was permitted to go at large on his parole.
As the revolutionary fervor rose in Georgia, the Council of Safety decided that his "going at large will... endanger the public safety".
He talked of the overmanagement of the world, and among other things of the laws that would not let a poor simple idiot, a "natural," go at large.
The King is conquered; going at large on his parole; on condition, say, of absolutely good behaviour,--which, in these circumstances, will unhappily mean no behaviour whatever.
"Hence, when Sheriff Reed and Judge McReynolds were thrown into prison at Tyler, it was decided that they should never go at large again".
He can be arrested by the Federal officers at any time they please, and yet he is suffered to go at large, and murder white men at his pleasure."
The main concern, wrote Benjamin Franklin, was the growing number of "lunatics" who "going at large are a terror to their neighbors, who are daily apprehensive of the violences they may commit."
They told us that, on the whole, the sand had made no progress for the last ten years, the cows being no longer permitted to go at large, and every means being taken to stop the sandy tide.
The verdict of the jury having left no doubt that the woman was of an unsound mind, with a kind of insanity dangerous to the safety of the community, she could not be permitted to go at large.
When they were out of the town, Ely allowed his prisoner to go at large, but Cottam, entertaining scruples about the danger which his friend might incur, insisted upon delivering himself up, and was afterwards executed.
All that concerns me is that you do not escape again, and you may rest assured that while Ernst Maenck is governor of Blentz you shall not escape and go at large again.
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Formerly, the cows were permitted to go at large, and they ate many strands of the cable by which the Cape is moored, and wellnigh set it adrift, as the bull did the boat which was moored with a grass rope; but now they are not permitted to wander.